The Grand Isle Lake House stands on Lake Champlain.
The Briggs family of Burlington purchased Robinson's Point and built the main building as a hotel in 1903. The property and buildings, which now comprise the Grand Isle Lake House, were donated as a generous gift to the Preservation Trust of Vermont in 1997. In early 1998, the process of restoring the facility began. The Preservation Trust has preserved one of Vermont and Lake Champlain's waterfront treasures, while generating funds to support other Vermont communities and organizations in their preservation efforts.
Robinson's Point, on which the 55-acre property sits, is a rolling piece of land which extends gently into the lake, and offers a view of Lake Champlain and the Green Mountains from the grand wrap around porch.
The grounds easily accommodating large tents for 250 people. The main dining room can hold up to 80 for a sit-down affair and an additional 125 guests on the porch.
Thirteen rooms available, six with private baths, maximum capacity of 30 guests
Lake House Resort, Grand Isle VT
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