Little Place is your own little place in town, an urban pied-à-terre with everything you need to make yourself at home away from home. 10-minute walk to downtown, walking distance to UVM, lake, bike path. Electric Car Level 2-J1772 charging available on site.
People-watch from the new rooftop deck. (See Little Place 2 if this listing is booked -- also with its own deck -- my temporary amateur pics don't do it justice. Or rent both and meet on this middle deck.) A 10-minute walk to downtown, this apartment is an urban pied-a-terre with everything you need to be at home away from home. Located in Burlington's vibrant Old North End, it's two doors away from the neighborhood gathering place/coffee shop, Barrio Bakery (they have delicious vegan baked goods, too, and dine-in pizza Wednesday through Saturday evenings). Half a block north is Butch & Babe's restaurant, and Central Market (Asian) with fresh produce as well as great takeout, and in the other direction there's Drifter's Cafe and a take-out Sushi spot. Walking distance to the waterfront and bike paths, the University of Vermont, and UVM Medical Center. 45-minute drive to Stowe. Private entrance, queen bed, equipped kitchen, bath with shower (no tub), off-street parking, WiFi, AC, hairdryer, couch clicks flat for a third guest. Coffee, tea, milk, juice, organic granola provided. Smoke-free. This apartment faces the street — if you need a quieter environment, you might prefer Little Place 2 (too!) — https://www.airbnb.ca/rooms/2919500?preview — located at the back of the house.
Posted price includes cleaning fee. Single-night reservations or a third guest is an additional $20 — please message me so I may send a special offer with the correct rate. During summer and foliage season, single-night reservations on the weekends will be accepted on a case-by-case basis. The apartment is the top floor front of my triplex.
Guests are welcome to enjoy the backyard but their own deck is more private and less buggy. They have an assigned parking space at the front right-hand side of the driveway.
One-night stay is $185, 11% VT room and meals tax included.
Not really suitable for more than two guests (although the couch clicks flat to a non-standard bed size in a pinch) or children under 12.
I live on the first floor, reasonable courtesies expected.
LED candles provided for flame-free ambience.
I like to meet my guests when they arrive or soon after (I work part time away from home) and orient them to the apartment and the local amenities. I'm a knock on the door away if I'm home or available by cell phone if I'm not. I respect the guests' privacy although I'm always happy to run into them in passing and hear about their adventures.
Native Vermonter, freelance graphic designer, sometime jewelry maker, hopeful but inept gardener, occasional writer. UC Berkeley (linguistics), Syracuse University (graphic design), UVM (psychology). Earned the Dabbler Badge in Girl Scouts — prophetic!