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Relax. Quiet, secluded, and barely visible fifty feet above the Mountain Road. Surrounded by woods on 9.5 acres feels like an island of calm. Yet, Stowe, its restaurants, and the best skiing in New England are less than 10 minutes away. Here at our Stowe Vermont B&B luxury is defined by both the thoughtfulness of your accommodations and opportunities for intimacy — intimacy of life and love. This is the beginning of unexpected ways to celebrate life….together
Each of the nine uniquely decorated rooms also features a king-size bed, sitting area, flat screen LCD TV with DVD/VCR, individually controlled heat and air seasonal conditioning, and fine amenities like hypo-allergenic down duvets and pillows, fluffy Egyptian cotton towels, and luxurious bath robes. Please note, this is a place created to help you "get away from it all." You will not find telephones in our guest rooms, although two guest telephones are available in the common areas.
Our guests are treated to evening hors d'oeuvres along with 24-hour soft drinks from the guest pantry (bring your own alcohol if you wish). Glassware, ice, corkscrews, etc. are provided. In the morning, savor a full country breakfast in the window-walled breakfast room with tables set for two. Breakfast is served from 7:30 to 10:00 AM. Homemade baked goods, fresh fruit, and three entree choices are offered daily.
With only nine guest rooms, several common areas, and 9.5 acres of grounds to explore, guests can be assured of privacy and a restful atmosphere.
Linger in our soothing perennial gardens with the sounds of rushing waterfalls. Stroll along our wooded walking trails (snowshoes provided in winter). Snooze in our hammock in the shade. Challenge a fellow guest to a game of billiards in the game room. Or curl up in front of the fireplace with a good book in the sitting room. Borrow a movie from our video library; we even provide the popcorn! Stargaze while soaking in our outdoor hot tub.
Brides and grooms are often seen in the garden taking their wedding vows, as this is a popular site for private wedding ceremonies (as well as proposals, anniversaries and honeymoons!).
Some of our guests spend just about all of their time right here at the Inn and tell us it's a hard place to leave. But for those who do want to get out and enjoy the area (which we highly recommend!), a scenic mountain village awaits at our doorstep. Stowe, Vermont--with its New England charm, hints of European influence, and natural beauty--has been welcoming visitors for over two centuries.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to George and Linda Fulton for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Quiet and secluded; a woodsy ambiance coupled with upscale accommodations.
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
Exceptional facilities, décor and food (breakfast only) – US News & World Report- Travel included Stone Hill among 10 “Spectacular” B&B’s in the U.S.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Unspoiled, gorgeous scenery with so many activities – air/water/ground – during all seasons. 45 restaurants – excellent food!
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
“Best hotel or B&B at which we’ve ever stayed.”
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
There are many more visitors during the summer than in the winter. It’s the Stowe You Didn't Know!
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Depends a bit on the season: Outdoors is the primary attraction for Stowe, so dog sledding, sleigh rides, Nordic/Alpine skiing, or snowshoeing in the winter. Dog sledding on wheels, carriage rides, ballooning, soaring, canoe/kayaking, hiking (easy/medium/difficult trails); Stowe is becoming one of the mountain bike capitals in the US.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Snowshoeing with complementary snowshoes from the resort. The recreation path (5.5 miles) is across the street.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
There are 45 restaurants, so we have excellent selection of food. Several are chef owned and run. We have a list of 15 that we recommend to our guests.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
Stowe has one of the best promotional organizations in the US and the oldest.
How many rooms does your inn have?
Do you accept pets?
We don’t accept pets. There are local kennels and other B&B’s that sometimes will take pets.
About Our Inn
Our historic village is graced by clapboard buildings and a white steepled church. Attentive shopkeepers and local craftspeople will greet customers with a smile. The number and variety of restaurants would impress any world traveler (we are happy to provide recommendations and make reservations). And the area is legendary for outdoor adventure!Stowe has long been known as "The Ski Capital of the East." Other winter-wonderland activities include romantic horsedrawn sleigh rides, snowmobile tours, snowshoeing, ice skating, cross-country skiing, or just playing in the snow. In the warmer months, guests enjoy first-rate golf, hiking, canoeing, fly-fishing, antiquing, touring the Ben & Jerry's factory, and scenic drives through covered bridges, just to name a few. Whatever the season, a myriad of activities awaits visitors in the majestic Green Mountains of Vermont.
Rates vary by season and are between $299 - $400 per room per night (plus 10% VT lodging tax).
Rates include full breakfast, evening hors d'oeuvres, and 24-hour soft drinks.
All rooms accommodate a maximum of two guests, and all rooms are non-smoking.
Several seasonal activity packages are available on an add-on basis.
Come see why Stone Hill Inn is the Ultimate Romantic Mountain Escape!
BreakfastBreakfast, of course, is "the most important meal of the day!" So, Linda insists on everything homemade to be sure you'll be ready for all 4500 feet of Mansfield or shopping at Shaw's downtown!Like the powdered sugar on your orange-pecan waffle, sun dabbles the two of you as you sit within a cathedral of 40 windows. Fresh Vermont Green Mountain coffee magically appears in the pantry by 7am, or earlier if you knock on the kitchen door! Linda might even sneak you a slice of the day's freshly baked treat as well! Our multi-course breakfast is from 8:00 to 10:00 am, however for those who hear the call of fresh powder or for greens with no spike marks 7:30am needs just a whisper in our ear and it’s done!Well, if you're skiing or teeing off early and don't have time to linger, we'll serve breakfast whenever you want! The rest of us may pause, take inventory, share new ideas, even some secrets. Relax. You may have the frittata and the pancakes if you wish. Of course, the syrup is heated. Yes, we can make eggs to order. Coffee was brewed only minutes ago. Nine rooms, nine tables, unless, of course, you want to join with others. Enjoy the views. Listen to the music – some days Celine some days Bach. Yum!
The Notch, like all of our rooms, features a king bed, two-sided gas fireplace that opens to both bedroom and bathroom, and a two-person Jacuzzi tub across from the fireplace in the bathroom. The bathroom in The Notch is properly outfitted as an accessible room, and has been tested by wheelchair-using guests, who confirmed that everything worked well for them.