Best Elopement Location in Stowe, VT – Romantic Getaway
Updated on April 16th, 2019
Escape to the best elopement location in Stowe, VT! Of course, we’re biased! But consider…..
1. Soft. Quiet. Undisturbed.
Ours is a private, winding, tree-canopied road that welcomes you to the Stone Hill Inn. Intimate — with only nine, luxury guest rooms designed specifically for romantic couples. Secluded — surrounded by the unspoiled beauty of Vermont woods on nine acres. Fifty feet above but visible from the mountain Road. (Many in town don’t even know we are here.) Isolated — from traffic and town noise.
2. Backyard Gardens
The Stone Hill gardens help create a magical aura for elopement and small wedding ceremonies. Vows are often exchanged ten feet from our waterfall under a Maple canopy with a backdrop painted by hundreds of blooming perennials and annuals.
3. Your guest room opens onto these gardens.
Inside you enjoy all the amenities expected of a luxury room – a King bed next to a double-sided fireplace; ample pillows, soft sheets, and a sitting area with cozy chairs to curl up and watch a movie. Double wall construction in each room insures your privacy.
4. Find unexpected opportunities to celebrate life…together
Enjoy each other and the beauty of Vermont among the small nooks throughout the grounds at Stone Hill Inn
Our celebrated three-course breakfasts are the perfect complement to the perfect elopement. Fresh fruit, baked goods, homemade granola, Greek yogurt and juice. Then either a sweet or savory entree. Have special dietary needs? The Stone Hill Inn is AIP, Paleo, Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian and Pescatarian diet friendly.
In an environment of beauty, comfort, and attention to detail, let’s create memories together. Stone Hill Inn.
Among the first to be inaugurated into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame (May 2015), and based upon 2014 customer reviews, Trip Advisor rated Stone Hill Inn the 8th highest rated inn or B&B in the U.S. Yankee Magazine has also selected Stone Hill Inn as the “Best Romantic Getaway in New England.”