There is a fine line between "quaint" and "run down", but the Foxfire crosses that line. My wife and I are certainly NOT expecting the height of luxury. But when we pulled into the parking lot, we thought we were in the wrong place - from the outside, the building looked like it had been abandoned for a couple years. The inside was better - perfectly clean, everything in order - but furniture, decor etc. was old without being "charming". From our room we could hear *every word* of two different conversations going on in nearby rooms, which was distracting and pretty much ruled out privacy. After dropping off our bags we went down into Stowe, and the idea of returning to the Foxfire later was actually sort of depressing. Oh, and single-ply toilet paper.
- Also Known As:
- Foxfire Inn Stowe, Vermont