Sinclair Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Vermont Attractions Near Our Country Inn

The Sinclair Inn Bed & Breakfast is located on VT Route 15 in the rural town of Jericho and is centrally located to several destination spots in Northern Vermont – a 30-minute drive (southwest) to Lake Champlain and shops & restaurants in downtown Burlington, a 45-minute drive (east) to the resort village of Stowe, and a 25-minute drive (northeast) to year-round outdoor activities at Smugglers’ Notch and Mount Mansfield.

The Canadian border is just a one-hour drive north, plus another hour’s drive to Montreal, making the Sinclair Inn Bed & Breakfast an ideal place for a layover on your journey north.

For some ideas on things to do and places to visit while in the area, take a look at the sites below.

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Restaurants and Local Eateries

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Museums, Historical Sites, and Places of Interest

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Wineries, Breweries, Cider Mills, and Cheese Makers

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Chittenden County Farmers' Markets

  • Burlington – City Hall Park, Saturday 8:30am – 2pm, May thru October
  • Colchester – Burnham Memorial Library Green, Wednesday 4pm – 7pm, June thru early September
  • Essex Junction Five Corners – Lincoln Place, Friday 3:30pm – 7:30pm June thru early October
  • Jericho – Mills Riverside Park, Thursday 3pm – 6:30pm, June thru early October
  • Richmond – Volunteers Green, Friday 3pm – 6:30pm, June thru early October
  • South Burlington High School – Sunday 10am – 2pm, June thru early October
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Shopping & Entertainment




A brochure containing a complete list of antique shops in central & northern Vermont is available at the B&B, and for those located in the surrounding towns surrounding Burlington, check out this antique website.


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Special Events & Classes

Yearly Special Events

  • Vermont Maple Open House Weekend – Vermont sugar makers open the doors of their sugarhouses to the public, third weekend in March, at participating sugarhouses
  • Burlington Jazz Festival, late May to early June, at Burlington waterfront and other participating venues
  • Vermont Quilt Festival, third or fourth Thursday/Friday/Saturday in June, at Champlain Valley Exposition in Essex Junction

Specialty Classes

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Winter Activities

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Burlington Waterfront and Lake Champlain Activities

Lake Champlain boat cruises – audio-guided tours of Lake Champlain aboard various boats, some with dining and/or snack-bar facilities. Advance ticket sales available by phone or website, and/or at point of departure:

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Art & Music