2021 LODGING OPENS APRIL 15
We are happy to tell you that the North Hero House is now open for lodging. We hope you will pay us a visit to enjoy springtime in the islands.
VERMONTER'S LODGING SPECIAL $99pp
Now through May 15, Vermonter's can stay at the North Hero House in a Lakeview Room, enjoy a 3 course dinner as well as breakfast for 2 for just $99 per person. Upgrade to one of our suites for just $149 per person. Use of one of our bicycles or kayaks is included in the deal. (Vermont Drivers License Required, not available Mother's Day Weekend) Give us a call to book your Vermonter's Special.
WHAT'S NEW AT NHH FOR 2021?
We are very pleased to tell you that we will be adding authentic barbecue to the Pier Bar Menu this summer. Our "Pit Master" Chef Dan will be operating our new commercial smoker and 5 foot grill to offer delicious Ribs, Brisket & Chicken. We're also adding a fryer so we can now offer French fries and onion rings.
As we write, our new docks are being constructed onsite at the rear of the Inn. The docks will have the same configuration as in the past but everything else will be new. Many of our old docks were at least 50 years old. Dr. Sorg had them constructed by Meeco Sullivan in the early 70's. Amazing they lasted so long! Great investment Dr. Sorg! It looks like the level of Lake Champlain will not approach flood stage this year so we hope to have the docks in place by early May.
- NEW REEF MARKERS IN CITY BAY
As many boaters know, there is a reef in City Bay which is about 150 yards east of the NHH Pier. We had requested the Coast Guard mark the reef but they refused and told us we were not permitted to mark it ourselves. Happily, the Coast Guard has inaugurated the PATON System (Private Aids to Navigation) which allow us to mark the reef ourselves provided we provide location coordinates and get a permit. The permit has been granted and this spring we will be installing orange and white buoys at the Northern and Southern extremes of the reef. When approaching the North Hero House by boat stay to the south and west of the southern most buoy and exit the same way. See the photo below.