Stowe Village was settled in the early 1800s. This village
location provides an opportunity to discover this world of beauty and charm.
From the specialty shops, restaurants, art center, library, playhouse and craft
shops, you will stroll through 200 years of history. The Helen Day Art
Center and Library is steps from the Inn and offers exceptional exhibits and a
quiet reading library. Use the village lighted tennis courts or in winter take
a spin on the village ice rink. Enjoy entertaining live theater on Main St with
Stowe Theater products.
The Stowe Trolley, which is actually a bus, runs summer and
winter. In winter, the Trolley provides a transportation service for
locals and visitors. For a small fee you can ride the trolley and
leave your car at the Inn. The Trolley stops just steps from our front
The Stowe Congregational Church is one block from the
Inn and hosts over 100 weddings each summer. This scenic New England
church with the tall white steeple is selected by many visitors who get married
in Stowe. If you are planning a wedding, consider renting the Inn for your
special guests. They will be able to walk to the church and enjoy the
town from our location.
Stowe plans events all year long to help visiting guests
enjoy and explore the area. Take a look at the Events Calendar to plan
your stay around favoriate activities. Review the Stowe Events Calendar
Find your Niche
in Stowe....whatever you want to do it is probably here or nearby. We
have two antique car shows each summer, Art on Park every Thursday during
summer months, local theater, exceptional hiking and bicycling, a Sunday
farmers market, ski races, horseback riding, village festivals and much, much
more. Stowe's dining consistently receives positive press from
publications like SKI Magazine, Bon Appetit, Gourmet,
the New York Times and Boston Magazine. With over 45 restaurants,
offering everything from haute cuisine to pub fare, Stowe has something to
please everyone's taste.