Middlebury College, one of the most respected liberal arts colleges in the United States, is located in Vermont’s Champlain Valley. Middlebury is a small school with an enrollment of 2,450 students who love their school and the beauty of the surrounding countryside. The setting, with the Green Mountains to the East and the Adirondacks to the West offers many opportunities for outdoor activities, especially in the winter with many nearby ski areas.
Stay: The Swift House is a classic Vermont country Inn housed in a former governor's mansion. The historic Middlebury Inn is one of the 5 oldest Inns in America, now a full service hotel with 71 rooms. Why not make a weekend out of your visit at the Shelburne Inn, a 45 minute drive. The Shelburne Inn is a very special place devoted to environmental education and sustainable farming - read about it here.
A Step Up: Right in downtown Middlebury, The Lobby offers local, electric fare. Start with one of their award winning cocktails. The Jalapeño Margarita is delicious! Try to get a seat on the outdoor deck during the warmer months. A short ride away, in Vergennes, French inspired Black Sheep Bistro uses only local ingredients. You will feel like you are in Paris. In New Haven, about a 12 minute drive, Tourterelle is a beautiful inn and restaurant owned by Chef Bill, a former sous chef from NYC's Tribeca Grill. Tourterelle dishes up delicious French cuisine with a modern twist.
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MIDDLEBURY FAST FACTS
Blue and White
Early Decision 1 and 2
The Emma Willard House
Address Line 1
Middlebury, VT 05753-6002
(p) (802) 443-3000
(f) (802) 443-0258
Greg Buckles, Dean of Admissions
NCAA Division III
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