This summer, Adventure Assist spent a weekend at Stone Hill Inn.
Their reaction: “We were off the walls excited to stay at such a charming place while we enjoyed everything Stowe has to offer – beautiful scenery, outdoor adventures, food, wine, and some REALLY good craft beer.” Well said, we couldn’t agree more.
Head over to their blog post, “Things to do in Stowe, Vermont in the Summer” to read more about their magical weekend in Stowe.
A few of our favorite posts/photos/videos from their trip
The 33rd annual Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival featured a beer and wine garden, food, live entertainment, and of course, hot air balloons flying high above the Vermont landscape.
During your Stowe vacay, get out on the water for a canoe or kayak trip and take-in scenic views that will include covered bridges, old farms, and plenty of wildlife.
Summer is simply magical in New England and the Stone Hill Inn.
Get Inspired: don’t miss reading the full Adventure Assist blog post.
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Come discover Stowe in the Summer
Call us to book your summer Vermont getaway today (802) 253-6282 or book online. Romance is always in season!
Seeking Spectacular Fall Foliage?
Best in the U.S = Stowe, Vermont.
Stowe is #1 in the U.S. for Fall Foliage Viewing based on the feedback from members of the world’s largest travel site, TripAdvisor.
The nights are getting cooler in Stowe; the leaves of our tallest Maple have begun to turn at the top. Stay up to date on the foliage colors at gostowe.com/foliage (lists scenic drives and leaf color) and book your trip at Stone Hill Inn (the #1 ranked Inn/B&B in Stowe, Vermont) – you don’t want to miss out on the best fall foliage in the country.
For over a hundred years people have traveled to Stowe to marvel at gorgeous mountain vistas and beautiful fall colors. Located in the majestic Green Mountains, our idyllic New England town boasts a 200-year-old village lined with quaint shops, cafes and restaurants where guests can unwind after a day of viewing vibrant leafy displays or taking advantage of Stowe’s plethora of outdoor activities.
From early September through late October, visitors to Stowe can delight in the pure gold, orange and red hues of our fall foliage while enjoying many fun autumn events such as:
- Lantern tours
- The Farmer’s Market
- Concerts, performances & local theater
- The 3nd Annual Vermont Fly Fishing Show
- The British Invasion Car Show
- 21th Annual Oktoberfest
- Restaurant Week (October 23 -29)
- The Great Pumpkin & Ghost Festival
Fun Facts – Did you know?
- Leaves of the sugar maple, red maple, red oak, sweet gum, black gum and sourwood, typically turn hues of red. However, they can produce yellow leaves as well.
- Stowe’s first designated ski trail, the Bruce Trail, was cut by the CCC in 1933. You can follow the Bruce Trail today to see the beginnings of this famous ski trail. We can direct you at Stone Hill.
- The first Nordic ski center in the U.S. began in 1968 at the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe.
- The Toll road is a wonderful way to see the foliage both as you drive up the mountain and when you stop at the Octagon Café with it’s deck. In 1937 a thousand-foot tow rope, powered by a Cadillac engine, was installed on the Toll road.
- Leaves of birch, elm, poplar, redbud and hickory, always turn hues of gold & yellow.
- Leaves of the Sumac tree produce a maroon color.
Be overwhelmed by crisp fall air, the natural beauty of Stowe’s stunning fall season that changes its colors and vibrancy every day, and the warmth of the Stone Hill Inn — soft, quiet, and undisturbed.
During leaf season, we have very few vacancies. Make sure to book ahead-of time; many guests even book a year in advance!
Stone Hill is highlighted in the Travel Channel’s list of Top 10 New England B&Bs for a romantic & luxurious getaway.
When Jennifer Plum Auvil, Travel Channel writer, created a top 10 round-up for the best of New England’s luxurious and romantic B&Bs, she highlighted Stone Hill Inn in the list.
Ms Auvil writes on TravelChannel.com:
Experience the best of New England’s characteristic charm and beauty in one of the region’s best bed-and-breakfasts
. With elegant mountainside inns, refined beachfront estates and classic country homes, this list highlights the best of New England’s luxurious and romantic B&Bs.
The Stone Hill Inn in Stowe, VT, is designed for romance. Each of the inn’s 9 rooms has a 2-person Jacuzzi and a fireplace, amenities that are often available only in a bed-and-breakfast’s priciest rooms. All of the tables are set for 2 in the sunny breakfast room, so you can focus on your partner and a pile of orange-pecan waffles! As lovely as things are inside, it gets even better outside, with 9.5 acres of rolling hills for tobogganing, hammocks for lounging and an outdoor hot tub for stargazing in snowy weather or on cool summer nights. Ready to dip a toe into the real world beyond the inn? Stowe’s great skiing and cool village scene with restaurants and shops is just 10 minutes away.
Picky about pillows? Find one that’s just right at the inn’s pillow library.
Proposals, Honeymoons, Vermont Elopements and ‘Just Because’ Getaways
We’re so honored to be part of this prestigious list of New England bed and breakfasts. Celebrating special occasions is the primary reason our guests come to Stone Hill, and we thoroughly enjoy helping our guests plan and secure reservations for their special occasions. We offer special packages for Proposals, Honeymoons, Vermont elopements, and ‘Just Because’ romantic getaways. Guests especially love our beautiful backyard gardens and interior common areas as backdrops for their small Vermont weddings and elopements.
Ready to experience the charm of New England?
Call us to book your trip to our award-winning bed and breakfast (802) 253-6282 or book online. We look forward to showing you why we’re top-rated for luxury and romance!