Stowe, Vermont 05662
Stowe VT Lodging Dining Realty & Attractions
Welcome to Stowe, VT – a popular four-season Vermont destination. Stowe is home to Vermont’s highest peak, Mt. Mansfield, which rises 4,393 feet above sea level, Stowe Mountain Resort offers 46 ski trails, a high-speed gondola, and a summer mountain slide.
The Stowe Motel & Snowdrift, 2043 Mountain Rd., Stowe, VT 05672
Stowe Motel and Snowdrift offer a variety of lodging including rooms, efficiencies, fireplace efficeincies, apartments, suites and houses. Nestled between picturesque Stowe Village and the Stowe Mountain Resort on 16 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds bordered by the pristine Westbranch River. Guests from all over the world enjoy the breathaking view of Mount Mansfield .
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The Trapp Family Lodge, 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672
The Trapp family first started welcoming guests in the summer of 1950, today this 93 room resort retains it's original country charm. Owned and operated by the Trapp family, the inspiration for the classic musical and movie "The Sound of Music".
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Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa, 1746 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672
A family-owned and operated luxury resort in the heart of Stowe. The Stoweflake offers a range of luxurious accommodations, including new townhouses. Our two restaurants have won numerous awards for their cuisine and wine lists. The new Spa & Sports Club features over 30 pampering treatments, fitness center, indoor pool, and a racquetball/squash court. Other amenities include outdoor pool, golf facilities, tennis, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, horse-drawn sleigh/carriage rides and even a hot air balloon.
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Michael's on the Hill, 4182 Rt. 100 North, Waterbury-Stowe Road, Waterbury Center, VT
Enjoy the "ultimate Vermont dining experience" from within our Circa 1920 farmhouse. Allow us to provide you with locally driven European cuisine and the highest level of quality and service in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. The restaurant has been awarded with the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, the Sante Magazine Sustainable Restaurant Award and is a Certified Green Restaurant. Vermont's First- Chef of the Year, Breathtaking Green Mountain Views, Private Event Facilities, Fireplace, AC.
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The Whip Restaurant at Green Mountain Inn, 18 Main Street, Stowe, VT 05672
Boasting Stowe's first liquor license, an impressive collection of antique buggy whips & a brass dumbwaiter. Enjoy hand-cut steaks, creative fresh seafood dishes, vegetarian dishes, homemade breads & more in a friendly, casual atmosphere. Sip a VT microbrew, fine wine or drink specialty by the fire. Serving Sun. Brunch, Lunch & Dinner daily. Kid's menu available. Located at the historic Green Mountain Inn, Main St., Stowe.
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Piecasso Pizzeria & Lounge, 1899 Mountain Road, in Stowe, VT
Piecasso opened in Stowe on February 8, 2006. Piecasso is a fun place filled with modern style, eclectic music, and great vibes. Come visit, enjoy traditional New York style pizza, authentic Sicilian pastas, fresh seafood, fine wines, fun martinis, and Vermont micro brews.
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Idletyme Brewing Company, 1859 Mountain Road, Stowe, VT 05672 | 802-253-4765
Real food, real drink and real good people with a few surreal stories thrown in for good measure. Lunch, Dinner, Martini's, Fine Wines and a traditional take on classic European brewing with a healthy dose of the Vermont hop culture thrown in for good measure. Whether your brew preference is brown or pale ale, Helles Lager, or our famous Idletyme Double IPA, you will not be disappointed.
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The Stowe Winter Carnival is a week-long celebration that includes ice sculpture competitions, snowshoe races, snow golf, evening entertainment, dances, and concerts. Exceptional Stowe lodging includes dozens of Country Inns, Motels, full service Resorts, and the world famous Trapp Family Lodge.History abounds in Stowe – home to many New England inns that once flourished as guest houses for early travelers. From quaint, 5 bedroom farm houses, to sprawling estates, these fine establishments offer the unparalleled New England charm that vacationers have come to expect when traveling throughout Vermont.
Hikers of all ages and skill levels are attracted to Stowe, where a wide range of diverse trails traverse the surrounding mountains. A favorite among visitors is the The Long Trail, which runs along the ridgeline and summit of Mt. Mansfield offering spectacular panoramic views. A casual stroll or bicycle ride can be enjoyed on the popular Stowe Recreation Path – an award-winning 5.5 mile paved trail used for Cross-country Skiing in winter, and walking, running, in-line skating, and bicycling in summer. Stowe’s Weissner Woods is an 80-acre trail network owned by Stowe Land Trust is a wonderful place to hike.
The Village of Stowe features many unique shops and a variety of dining venues. With over 95 stores including craft and antique shops, the Helen Day Art Center, and quaint nook-n-cranny gift shops, Stowe Village is a vacationer’s shopping paradise. Stowe is also home to The Stowe Reporter weekly newspaper and the Morrisville-Stowe State Airport. Located in the center of town, the Green Mountain Inn is the focal point of historic Stowe Village. Built as a private dwelling in 1833, the Green Mountain Inn is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, along with the adjacent Depot Building which was built in 1893 to house the Mt. Mansfield Electric Railroad. Stowe Village is located on Route 100 North, just 10 miles north of the Waterbury-Stowe Exit off I-89, which runs from White River Junction, Vermont to Canada. Stowe is a mere 45 minute drive from the Burlington Vermont International Airport. Share Stowe, VT information or questions. Thank you for visiting VT Living.
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