The Bluff House Suites at Ye Olde England Inne pamper lords and ladies with luxurious accommodations decorated in true English-manor style. All suites feature graciously spacious bathrooms with full showers and separate whirlpool tubs, as well as a lounge with wing chairs, cherry furnishings, and a private deck or patio. Enjoy sunrises, sunsets, and views of the village while a warm fire roars in the fireplace and a warm tiger roars in your head. Rooms feature high queen-size, four-poster rice-carved beds and walls adorned with classic English paintings and prints. Though this Groupon is valid for two guests per room, some suites can accommodate up to six people; additional guests can stay for a $15 fee each if requested while booking.
Stowe's location in a broad, fertile valley between the Green Mountains and Mount Mansfield—Vermont's highest peak at nearly 4,400 feet—makes it an ideal launching pad for outdoor recreation. Stowe Mountain Resort awaits skiers with 485 acres across 116 powdery trails, and snowboarders can catch big air or an aerial sighting of Bigfoot on the half-pipe.To counterbalance its adventurous outdoors attractions, Stowe also cultivates a more abstractly adventurous art scene. The West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park combines a traditional art gallery with an innovative and spacious sculpture park, showcasing the handiwork of budding and mid-career local artists.
Located inside The Historic Stowe Inn, which is listed on the National Historic Register, Stowe Inn River House Steak and Seafood plates up farm-to-table dishes for travelers or anyone else looking to relax with some wine and an appetizer. Instead of blaring a foghorn at your table, you can start a meal off with mussels cooked in white wine and served with garlic-herb butter sauce and enjoy the beautiful 360-degree view of Stowe, the nearby river, and the four acres of surrounding manicured grounds popular with weddings. Entrees follow in the form of pecan-crusted salmon or slow-roasted prime rib?the restaurant's specialty. You can end your visit with a drink at Grant's Bar in honor of the whiskey-loving president for whom the bar is named. The 35-foot antique mahogany bar is rumored to have been originally located near Grant's Tomb in New York City, and was refurbished and installed at the restaurant in 2003.
A Country Inn off the beaten path yet close to all that Stowe VT has to offer. Rooms with or without fireplaces, highly rated restaurant, sauna, outdoor hot tub, cinema and bar make for a relaxing place to spend a holiday. Nearby are options for skiing, hiking, biking, fishing, golf and shopping.