Stowe, VT 

Green Mountain Inn

 
18 Main St
Stowe, VT 05672-0060 US
(800)253-7302
(802)253-7301
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Rates: $139 to $779
Total Rooms: 104

Description

Circa 1833. Green Mountain Inn boasts classic details and gracious modern comforts. Relax in the year-round heated outdoor swimming pool, schedule a massage and stay fit in the fully equipped health club with a large Jacuzzi. This Stowe, Vermont inn also features two restaurants and specialty shops. Choose a tastefully furnished guest room, suite or townhouse with sophisticated amenities and inviting ambiance. A bountiful country breakfast can be ordered in the Colonial Main Street Dining Room. Take a tour of Ben and Jerry's or Boyden Valley Winery. Seasonal outdoor activities are plentiful and popular in this scenic area of the northeast in historic New England. Weddings and corporate events are welcome and easily accommodated in this ideal setting.Publicity and Awards: Snow Country, Elle, National Geographic Traveler, Ski Magazine.Location: Mountains, Country and Stowe Village.

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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $139 to $779
Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Travelers Checks, Discover and Visa.
Rooms: This property has 104 total guest accommodations with private bath.
The types of beds available include King, Queen, Twin and Double.

Policies

Cancellation: A credit card is required at the time of booking to guarantee reservations. If a reservation is cancelled or altered inside of 14 days prior to arrival, a fee of one night's room rate and tax will be charged to the credit card provided. In addition, guests who depart prior to their scheduled departure date are subject to a fee equal to one night's room rate and tax. During the Holiday period a 50% deposit is required at the time of booking and a thirty-day cancellation policy applies.
Pets: We regret that we are no longer able to accept pets.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Afternoon Tea.
Types of meals: Sunday Brunch, Snacks/Refreshments, Restaurant on Premises, Picnic Lunches, Lunch, Gourmet Lunches, Full Gourmet Breakfast, Full Breakfast, Early Coffee/Tea, Dinner, Country Breakfast, Continental Plus Breakfast, Continental Breakfast, Catering Service, Brunch, Afternoon Tea, Banquet Service and Wine.
Amenities In Room: Iron/Ironing Board, Television, Telephone, Restaurant, Wireless Internet Access, Refrigerator, Elevator in Building, Bath Amenities, Hair Dryer, Cable TV, Bathrobes, Fireplace, DVD, Coffeemaker and Air Conditioning.
Amenities On Site: Sauna, Pool, Fax, Suitable for Events, Handicap Access, Free parking on premise, Copy Machine, Gym, Family/Kid Friendly, Computers, Swimming, Game room, Health club, Jacuzzi, Year-round outdoor pool, Massage services, free Wi-Fi, Complimentary afternoon tea and cookies.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, Television, Hair Dryer, FAX On-site, Desk, Gym Nearby, Iron/Ironing Board, Gym On-site, Off-site Dry Cleaning Services and Internet Access.

Spa Services

On-Site Spa Services: Body Wraps, Massages and Body Scrubs.
Spa Packages: Relaxation Getaway Package which includes: Lodging, Full breakfast daily, two 60 minute relaxation massages, Fresh Fruit & Cheese Platter and water.
Nearby Recommended Spas:
Topnotch Resort & Spa

Stoweflake Resort & Spa

Activities

Events Hosted: Romantic Getaways, Family Reunions, Meetings, Seminars, Honeymoons, Weddings and Civil Union Ceremonies.
Other Activities: Bicycling, Canoeing/Kayaking, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Live Theater, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Skiing Cross Country, Skiing Downhill, Sports Events, Major College, Tennis, Water Sports, Beaches, Art Galleries, Antiquing, Wineries, Sleigh rides, Dog sled tours and Hot air ballooning.

Historic Interest

The Inn has a fascinating history! The main building and adjacent Depot building are listed as number 13 and 14 on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn was built by Peter C. Lovejoy as a private dwelling house in 1833. In 1850, Mr. Lovejoy traded the residence with Stillman Churchill for a 350-acre farm. Mr. Churchill added two brick wings and a dance hall to the original building, built a double porch in front and called it the Mansfield House. Owing to financial difficulties, he was obliged to borrow money from W.H.H. Bingham and lost the property when Mr. Bingham found it necessary to foreclose on the mortgage. The Mansfield House was operated as a hotel and then transferred to W.P. Bailey, who operated the property for a few years as the Brick Hotel. In 1893, Mark C. Lovejoy purchased the Brick Hotel and renamed it the Green Mountain Inn. In 1897, the Depot Building was built next door to house the Mt. Mansfield Electric Railroad.
Historic Awards: National Register (Granted) and State Register (Granted).
Historic Memberships: National Trust and State Historical Society.