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"Thank you so much for the wonderful time our group, Nokia, had at your inn last weekend. We thought your inn was perfect for our group. The rooms were spacious and clean. The breakfast in the morning was delicious and your staff was prepared to serve.... After a lond day of skiing, it was great to come back to your inn, relax in the spa and sauna, and enjoy the wonderful apres-ski and the roaring fire in the cafe.  Everyone in my group thoroughly enjoyed themselves and I thank you for making their experience (and mine too) at Stowe one to remember."

Alison Theall
Nokia Telecommunications
Burlington, MA


Biking from the Inn

Guests of the inn have direct access to Stowe’s 5.3 mile (8.5 km) award winning paved recreation path. The path starts at the inn, winds its way through forests and meadows, crosses the West Branch River 11 times on arched wooden bridges, and eventually ends at the Stowe Village, with easy access to Main St. Along the way are numerous shops, lodges, and restaurants all most accessible from the path.

The inn has a selection of bicycles for our guests use. However, If we don’t have what your looking for, the folks at the Nordic Barn Bike Rentals located just next-door will have the perfect bike for you!

Biking in Stowe

Road Cyclists

Ride on 103 miles of road in Stowe - 29 miles are blacktop and 74 miles are unpaved for relatively easy mountain biking.

Mountain Bikers

Stowe is home to Cottonbrook, Vermont's first marked mountain-bike trail on state land. The trail was built as a joint project between Stowe and the Vermont Trails and Greenways Council. Other sanctioned mountain-bike trails are Old County Road, Stowe Hollow and Brownsville. For information on local trails the folks at the Nordic Barn can lead the way!