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Reviewed September 25, 2011

We stayed at 7 B&B's during our stay and this one really stood out. We had a great room with a door out to the beautiful garden. There are 2 swings hanging from the trees which were a lot of fun. Being in the juccuzi under the stars was lovely. The staff were great, and nothing was too much trouble.They went out of their way to make sure you had everything you needed. The food was great too. Sharon was very attentive and she liked to know your likes and dislikes (food wise), so that was great. It helped her and you got what you want.
Our bathroom was enormous, with a fireplace that went through to the bedroom. A huge jacuzzi bath and a shower cubicle too. Also a double sink unit and vey large mirror above.
It was our anniversary while we were there and they put a card in our room and a box of chocolates - how sweet! There was an eating place within walking distance, but I believe you had to cut through the trees. We decided to take the car purely because we had both been bitten a few times on our trip and did not want to risk getting bitten again! :-)

Room tip: I think most rooms face the garden, but can't be sure.
Date of stay: September 2011
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Thank BJF4291
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Reviewed September 21, 2011

We stayed here just one night. We have stayed in literally hundreds of inns, B&B's in Vt and around the world and as a haven for the evenings - this is in the top 10. The property has no views to speak of - but the rooms are well appointed, common areas are very spacious and comfortable and the staff are all pleasant, knowledgeable and professional. Small, but very well landscaped property to enjoy a cup of hot coffee or glass of wine. However, I was vastly underimpressed with their breakfast and evening snack. One of the things we always look forward to on our VT Inn stops in particular is the breakfast - the offerings were not that interesting and I ended up ordering eggs that came out cooked incorrectly the first time out. We are used to strong coffee, but can handle most brews in a pinch, so take this comment with that in mind - coffee was much too watery for our taste. So our breakfast experience, at these prices - was hard to accept - but it was only 1 day stay. Evening snack they offer was just a dip with some crackers. Tasty - but underwhelming for these prices again - if you want more taste before going out to eat - stop and get yourself some hearty Vt cheese and crackers, some wine and sit and enjoy your room or the beautiful common rooms at Stone Hill. Overall - a nice place to visit and experience - but at this price, probably would go to another spot for better breakfast and evening snacks. Yes - I would recommend - but with those caveats about food and views

Date of stay: September 2011
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2  Thank xenonian
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Reviewed September 8, 2011

The Inn is very clean, service is attentive and very friendly, everything stated on the web- site is true. The breakfast is really great so are the afternoon snacks. Just bear in mind that you need a car to go to the restaurants for dinner in the evenings (as the Inn does not do dinners). We did walk to Stowe village the first night, only after dark, it is a little bit difficult and uncomfortable to walk back as cars cannot see you clear and you have to walk next to the main road. Do remember to bring your own (alcoholic) drinks as well, as the B& B does not have a bar, of course you can buy something in Stowe if you like. If you would like to go for a hike, we can recommend the "sterling" trail. It is a nice workout and doesn't take too long (however, it is quite steep an hour up and then an hour down again). On Satuday's, there is a local market in Stowe village, with all kind of products from the region, was interesting to see and lots of locals and visitors, really a town happening (starts at 1pm and ends at 3pm). For dinner reservations you can ask the friendly inkeepers, however, if you really would like to have dinner at a specific restaurant we would recommend to make the reservation before arrival, as they might be fully booked. I think we would love to go back there in the winter ... when we can ski and relax in the luxurious room with all you can wish for afterwards.

Date of stay: September 2011
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1  Thank Dutchies266
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Reviewed September 6, 2011

My husband and I are frequent visitors to the Stone Hill Inn, and it consistently delivers exactly what is advertised. We use Stone Hill Inn as our escape to get "away from it all" and have some time for ourselves. This latest visit was just as good as the previous visits. You can't go wrong with any of their rooms as they are all nicely decorated and all have dual sided gas fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs. The innkeepers are super friendly and will go above and beyond to make your stay the best it can be. The center of town is about 2 miles away with plenty of places to eat, or you can order in (as we did). There is also a nice walking path, which has a parking lot not even a mile from the inn (you could walk there, but there's not much room on the side of the road). Breakfast is delicious and the 24 hour coffee/tea/soft drinks is a nice touch. We've visited other select registry inns and they have nothing on this place. Stone Hill Inn is perfect for relaxation and is truly for couples. Sharon, Skip, Darrick and Tony- thanks for another incredible stay. We can't wait to visit again!

Date of stay: September 2011
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Thank narco37
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Reviewed August 25, 2011

My husband and I stayed one night in this luxurious inn last week. Unfortunately, our plans did not include staying longer. We were met by Kelly who was very nice and showed us around the inn and pointed out the many amenities I will mention. In the evening, hor dourves are served to their guests. We did not partake in this event as we had dinner plans in town but the aroma was wonderful. We stayed in the Westbranch room which was huge. Our room included a double sided fireplace (fireplace in the bathroom) and king bed with beautiful linens. The closet had a safe, iron and ironing board. We had french doors that opened out to the landscaped grounds of the inn on one side and two separate windows on the other side of the room.. We also had a flat screen tv and dvd player that swivelled so you could watch tv in bed and two armchairs and a table. A lot of thought was put into the design of the inn for comfort for their guests. The bathroom was huge. It had a long double sink countertop, large separate shower, air jet tub for two, fluffy towels, robes and candles.
The inn itself it immense. It has nine rooms which have all the same amenities as our room did. There is a games room with billiard table and board games with a hugh stone fireplace.
The dining area is a beautiful glassed in room with views to hummingbird feeders. While eating breakfast we enjoyed watching several hummers feeding. There is a large room where people can watch tv or movies and a guest laundry and ice room. Outside there are lounge chairs to sit on, a gazebo and hot tub.

We went to breakfast and met Sharon and Skip the present innkeepers. They were very sweet and I loved Sharon's southern accent! They were very friendly, gracious and hospitable. We started our breakfast with a bowl of fruit, coffee and juice. We were offered the special of a vegetable omelette with homefries and toast or eggs any style as well as pancakes! I was surprised by the variety of foods offered as in past experiences at b&b's and inns, there usually is one type of entree offered such as something sweet or savoury but not usually both. It was delicious and very filling. Skip is a great cook!

As we were leaving, Sharon presented us with a bag of maple syrup popcorn, a cookbook of the inn's recipes and a book containing the Select Registry for Inns and B & B's in the U.S.!
We were overwhelmed at the obvious care and consideration that they offer their guests and would not hesitate to recommend this inn to anyone.

Date of stay: August 2011
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2  Thank Mara M
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