Sugarhouse Motel is a bit shabby, but it's clean and well run and has
free wireless Internet in the rooms. I stayed there frequently on
birding trips to Dead Creek before I moved here, and happily stayed
there again last winter for several days while my floors were being
redone. It wouldn't be a lot of fun as a base for a long leisurely
family vacation, but it's fine for a short stay on a budget.
You might be able to find a room in a small bed and breakfast somewhere
that would cost less, but at least I'm not aware of any less expensive
motels in the area.
Julie Waters wrote:
> At 8:10 AM +0000 8/12/07, Adam Welz wrote:
>> However, I'm still struggling to find cheap accomodation in the
>> Middlebury area
>> for one night: Saturday 8 September (I'll be going banding with Randy
>> Olsen on
>> Sunday the 9th, and have accomodation for the next week kindly
>> arranged for me
>> by the environmental journalism people at Middlebury College). I've
>> been quoted
>> upwards of $150 per night for accomodation, which strikes me as rather
>> and is certainly far beyond what I'm used to spending.
> I've never stayed here, so I can't vouch for the place (though I'll
> probably be staying there in a few weeks), but last time I was in
> Middlebury, on my way to Dead Creek, I passed by the Sugarhouse Motel.
> It's just north of Middlebury on rte 7, in New Haven:
> Their web site lists their rates as being about $80-$100 for weekends.
> It's not -cheap- but it's also not $150.