Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stowe Inn and Tavern is one of Vermonts architectural treasures. Carefully restored, the inn provides a peaceful, elegant setting for guests and visitors alike. Conveniently located, the Stowe Inn is only a short stroll through a covered bridge to the ... More
The Stowe Inn And Tavern
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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Stowe Inn and Tavern is one of Vermonts architectural treasures. Carefully restored, the inn provides a peaceful, elegant setting for guests and visitors alike. Conveniently located, the Stowe Inn is only a short stroll through a covered bridge to the enchanting village of Stowe where galleries, shops, museums, live theater and fine restaurants flourish.Graceful, wraparound porches overlooking the river, period furnishings, inviting rooms and an exceptional collection of American art distinguish this exceptional property. Ideal for weekend getaways, memorable ski vacations, family reunions, weddings or small corporate retreats, the Stowe Inn caters to discerning travelers looking for a Vermont experience out of the ordinary. Stowe is world renowned as a four seasons, outdoor paradise of incomparable beauty, a perennial favorite for both sports enthusiasts and nature lovers. From the challenging slopes of Mount Mansfield to New England's most extensive cross country skiing network, Stowe offers some of the best skiing in America. Miles of trails crisscross acres of breathtaking wilderness, perfect for mountain bikers and horseback riders. When it comes to year round outdoor activities and special events, no destination rivals Stowe. When it comes to comfortable accommodations in an historic inn in one of the most scenic villages in America, the Stowe Inn also is in a class of its own.Guest rooms in the main inn are elegantly decorated with down feather comforters and cotton white duvet covers, refurbished antique furnishings, full private bathrooms, and color/cable TV. We also offer rooms in our motel section called the carriage house adjacent to the main inn.
Booked this quaint little Inn for UVM graduation - my partner's daughter was graduating. Drove 4 hours to VT only to discover that we were not staying in a quaint little Inn but in the parking lot in back of the Inn in what they refer to as the "Country Lodge", which is really a run down motor lodge. This "Country Lodge" was only missing two things - the hookers and complimentary crack pipes. I have never seen anything so horrific! First - the room was in the back of the "Lodge" up an ungraded dirt path. The room was filthy, had not been updated in what appeared to be....ever. Bed linens disgusting, dust everywhere, no air conditioner, no screens on windows, wall art had been ripped off which left the wall with holes and screws sticking out, and the door only had a shaky handle lock .
When we went to the office to complain - we were treated in a very condescending manner , it was infuriating. The first thing the owner told us was that she was not refunding our money. This was the only thing she seemed to be concerned with - when I told her her website was misleading she argued with me. Eventually she offered us another room - also in the "Lodge" but in the front of the building. We initially decided to take it because it was graduation weekend and everything was booked. After much drama she also offered us a second night in the Main Inn - which was what we thought we were getting in the first place. We went to our new room and found it also disgusting - sink outside the bathroom was rusted and filthy, the room had not been cleaned - bed linens had hair on them, shower also had hair stuck to it, room smelled musty and awful. We were so upset that we left. We called the hotel told the owner that we would not be staying and again said that we would not get any money back. Not only did we loose money on the room for two nights, we had to drive home that night because we couldn't find any other place to stay so we did not get to see my partner's daughter graduate, we lost the money we paid to have our dogs kenneled - which, by the way, would have been a more preferable accommodation than this Inn. BAD BUSINESS PRACTICES, BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE, THIRD WORLD ACCOMMODATIONS. DO NOT STAY HERE
I love this place. It has all the comfort of home and I really enjoyed the ping pong table. Wonderful setting and atmosphere. Comfortable beds, really good showers and the employees are absolutely great. I can't wait for my next visit.
I was very thankful for the friendly service and the warm bed here. It was such a great room and the location was great for all the happenings around town. Really great hospitality! Very friendly people making it a wonderful stay.
We were Stowe-k'd to stay here. It's a cool place and they had the best continental breakfast I ever did eat. I enjoyed all of it! We had a great room and everyone was pleasant, helpful and friendly. We had lots of fun here.
We had a very good time here. It was very comfortable and our dinners were excellent as well as the service. The staff was cheerful, prompt and efficient, the serving sizes were appropriate and the preparation and presentation was great!
We stayed in the Carriage House section of the inn and I will be honest, it is not the most modern and upkept place I have stayed in. WITH THAT BEING SAID, I did not go here for an all out luxury family vacation. This was a weekend ski getaway and year after year this Inn has had the best value. The staff was always very helpful, roms were clean, and best of all you walk out front and a shuttle service takes you to the mountain. The free breakfast is a bonus as well, you just cant beat Vermonts maple syrup
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