The Snowed Inn was Incredible! The peaceful location, the jacuzzi tub in the room, the Belgian Waffles, and the friendly staff were all a huge hit and more welcoming than most chain hotels. The relaxing atmosphere outside the room, where you can lounge downstairs by the fireplace, or at the hot tub, just add to the excellence of ambiance that this Inn delivers. You will surely not regret, booking a stay here, nor the memories you will make !
Great location, fantastic hot tub (really hot; 103 or 104, not 101 or 102 like most places - so great after a hard day of skiing the bumps on Outer Limits). Comfortable beds and a nice breakfast. Ken and Carolyn are wonderful hosts.
My husband and I just spent the weekend at the Snowed Inn, March 2021 for our anniversary. We had an amazing time! The place was beautiful and clean. The Innkeepers were very accommodating. Our room was right by the kitchen so ever morning we woke up smelling the fresh coffee brewing and Belgium waffles cooking! It was amazing! We would definitely recommend this beautiful place!
We stayed at the Snowed Inn 2 weeks ago for 4 nights and had a wonderful time again(but looking back I don't think I ever reviewed it before). We have stayed here at least 6-7 times over the last 15 years and we love it! We stayed in the 2BR 2 Bath apartment and it met all of our needs. We love that there is always someone around - not like if we were staying on a condo. It is very spacious and has everything you need for a family or friends going together. Weather for skiing was ideal and the hot tub after was perfect. We feel very lucky that we got to go before things had to be shut down for Coronavirus - looking forward to next year!! Or maybe we will finally make it up this summer of fall as we always wanted to.
I made a last minute reservation and we picked the studio suite. As some reviewers posted, it is in a separate building, the studio is above a garage. It's more the feel of renting an AirBNB, not a hotel room. There's a mud room in the "garage", and stairs leading up to the studio apt. We did have to carry all our bags through the snow path and up the stairs, but it wasn't a terrible feat. (This room is not handicap friendly due to the stairs and the snow path to get to the bldg.) The studio included a small kitchen (coffee maker, mini-fridge, stove/oven, dishes/pots, wine glasses, cork screw, microwave, small patio). The gas fireplace was so powerful it would heat the entire space in about 10 minutes. Awesome for drying wet ski clothes! There's also a pull out couch. There was coffee and filters in the room, but we picked some up from the market across the street. It was easily walkable if needed. We easily could have walked to a few restaurants if we wanted to. Because we had coffee in the room, we never made it to the continental breakfast. The one downfall for the room was if you wanted to use the hot tub, you needed to walk across the "backyard", and through the hotel. It was a quick run, not too bad when we were extra hot walking back. There is a jacuzzi bathtub in the studio for those that fear frostbite. Parking was plentiful. We drove each day to the mountain so we weren't reliant upon the bus, but it did stop just at the end of the road for anyone who wanted it. We would easily go back again. We didn't experience any noise issues since we were the only ones at the back of the property!…