"Lovely Spot-very quiet and private. Loved the fact that we had an exterior entrance, breakfast & afternoon tea, very nice. Very pleased with service, rooms were perfectly cleaned, comfortable, and the Packages for Canadians were impressive. We will certainly return again!"
J. Glague Trioro Nova Scotia
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Q: How do I get there from here?
From Boston take 1-93 65 miles north to Bow, N.H. Take 1-89 120 miles north to Exit 10 in Waterbury, Vermont. Take Rt. 100 10 miles north to Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108, drive 4 1/2 miles, inn is on left .
From Hartford, New York, Philadelphia, Washington and points south, take 1-95 to 1-91 North in New Haven. Take 1-91 through Massachusetts into Vermont. At White River Junction, take 1-89 north 61 miles to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take a right off the exit and follow Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108, drive for 4 1/2 miles, inn is on left.
From Albany take 1-87 north to Exit 20 at Glens Falls. Take 149 to Fort Ann, Rt. 4 north to Fair Haven, Rt. 22A north to Vergennes, Rt. 7 North to South Burlington, 1-189 to 1-89, then I89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108, drive 4 1/2 miles, inn is on left.
From Montreal take Rt. 10 east to Rt. 133. Take Rt 133 south to the U.S. border. Take 1-89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108, drive 4 1/2 miles, inn is on left.
From Toronto take Trans Canada Highway 401 east to Cornwall Head south from Cornwall, cross the St. Lawrence River and the U.S. border and pickup Rt. 37 south to Malone. Take Rt. 11 North to Rouses Point. Cross the bridge over Lake Champlain and pickup Rt. 78 in Alburg. Continue along 78 to Swanton and then take 1-89 south to Exit 10 in Waterbury. Take Rt. 100 north 10 miles to Stowe. Turn left onto Rt. 108, drive 4 1/2 miles, inn is on left.
Travel Advisory: Route 108 through Smugglers Notch Pass is a spectacularly scenic, paved, yet windy road between Mt. Mansfield and Spruce Peak. This pass will save you 45 minutes driving time during the Spring, Summer, and Fall months for our neighbors to the north. However, please be aware that the road does have a substantial incline and decline, and a mechanically sound vehicle is highly recommended. Also please be aware that the pass is closed to vehicular traffic from November 15- May 1st most years, due to the snow pack. Always consult a verifiable mapping source.
Why drive when you can fly! If you are traveling from New York, you can leave work in the afternoon and be settled at the Inn for dinner. Jet Blue is running their full jet service to Burlington twice daily from JFK. Their rates start at $49.00 per person each way. We can help you book your flights, arrange car rental and/or taxi pick up from the airport.
Q: How long does it take to get to Stowe? A: That depends on where you start.
Consider the following:
Albany 3.5 hrs
Boston 3.5 hrs
Buffalo 8.5 hrs
Hartford 3.5 hrs
Montreal 3 hrs
NYC 6.5 hrs
Ottawa 4 hrs
Philadelphia 8 hrs
Toronto 8 hrs
Washington D.C. 10 hrs
Road & Traffic Conditions
Summer - Road conditions in the summer including I-89 are good to excellent and traffic in summer is typically light to moderate.
Winter- Road conditions very depending on weather conditions. The road from the inn to the ski area, and to the Village of Stowe is maintained by an excellent State of Vermont highway crew. Roads in the area are plowed and salted during and after snowstorms, so road conditions are usually excellent. We due reccommend the use of all season or winter tires during the months of December to March.