Boutique, Victorian-Style Inn with Gourmet Restaurant
Built in 1814, The Stowe Inn’s Victorian mansion brims with antique furnishings, including oriental rugs and a mahogany bar from the early 20th century. More wood furnishings accent the 16 guest rooms, where you’ll also find Edwardian-style beds. The wraparound porch gives guests an opportunity to look over all of Stowe, or sit and admire the river and covered bridge nearby. Minutes from the bike and recreation paths, and situated right downtown, The Stowe Inn offers a multitude of options.
Chefs at the onsite River House Restaurant use locally sourced ingredients to prepare an array of dishes, including grass-fed beef and pork belly and saffron risotto with grilled freshwater shrimp. You’ll also find several dining options elsewhere in town, ranging from upscale seafood spots to craft breweries. After visiting the area’s artisan shops and specialty stores, head back to the inn for a relaxing dip in the outdoor pool.
This getaway includes two tickets to the Ben & Jerry’s factory tour in nearby Waterbury. You’ll get behind-the-scenes access to the popular ice-cream company's production process, see cows grazing in the fields, and sample the flavor of the day.
Stowe, Vermont: Quiet Village Flush with Outdoor Adventure
The quaint town of Stowe is nestled in the quiet countryside of northern Vermont. State law bans billboards, ensuring unobstructed views of the sugar maples and hemlock covering the Green Mountains along the roadways. Hiking opportunities abound on mountainside trails that range from steep vertical climbs to flat sprawls. Stop by a local sport shop to rent bikes for exploring the Stowe Recreation Path, a paved 5.3-mile-long avenue that winds along the sparkling West Branch River and through Stowe's main commercial strip. The strip is lined with independent shops and roadside diners and stands out for its lack of chain franchises.
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The Stowe Inn
Built in 1814, The Stowe Inn’s elegant Victorian mansion brims with rare antique furnishings, old-fashioned hospitality, and contemporary amenities. The bed and breakfast nods to its rich history with oriental rugs and a 35-foot mahogany bar from the early 20th century. More wood furnishings accent the 16 guest rooms, where guests can relax upon Edwardian-style beds or use wireless Internet to email their garage door back home.
During the winter, a crackling fireplace warms the inn's library, and an in-ground pool offers a place to cool down during summer. Chefs at the onsite River House Restaurant serve upscale and casual dishes forged from locally sourced ingredients, and inn staffers prep a sumptuous daily breakfast buffet.
The posh inn serves as a convenient outpost near outdoor recreation, artisan shops, and craft breweries throughout the quaint town of Stowe. In nearby Waterbury, Ben & Jerry’s factory tours bestow behind-the-scenes access to the popular ice cream's production. There, visitors find cows grazing onsite, graciously accommodating autograph requests from starstruck fans.
74% of 27 customers recommend
“We enjoyed the friendly service and the clean and comfortable room.”
“Great location and accommodations and the staff were all friendly and helpful. ”
“Location, atmosphere, accommodations were excellent, Hostess was very pleasant and helpful. Would be pleased to stay again.”