The Stowehof is one of the most storied and notable of Vermont’s classic Alpine hotels. Surrounded by 26 acres and offering sweeping alpine vistas and unforgettable ambiance, The Stowehof provides an experience unlike any other in Vermont.
Our comfortable and atmospheric guest rooms preserve the quirky intent of the architect, Larry Hess. No two rooms are identical – some are grand, some cozy, and many feature wide-open mountain views.
The iconic architecture and expansive grounds provide the perfect setting for easy conviviality. Play cards in one of our game nooks, shoot pool with friends, read a book by one of several fireplaces in the expansive Lounge, roast marshmallows at the fire pit, stroll through the rolling meadows, and relax by the pool in the summer.
Breakfast is offered daily in our mountain view Mansfield Room, and in the evenings Fritz Bar offers a casual Vermont-Bavarian menu featuring locally sourced foods, beers and spirits.
From its inimitable architectural features to its creaky floorboards, we are proud stewards of The Stowehof’s history.
Beautifully situated on 26 acres with views of Mt. Mansfield and the Green Mountains, there are ample opportunities to walk, hike, mountain bike, cross country ski, and snowshoe.
Stowe is home to a thriving visual arts community. In partnership with our friends at Helen Day Art Center, we are grateful for the opportunity to display and make available for sale the work of local artists at The Stowehof.
Skiing, snowshoeing, mountain biking, snowmobiling, golfing, hiking and more. Stowe’s breathtaking landscape and its bevy of activities are what keep our guests coming back year after year.