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Reviewed February 14, 2015

Enjoyed 3 nights at this wonderful Inn in the charming village of Stowe, VT. From the moment we arrived Linda and George were welcoming and friendly. They made us feel so at home and we enjoyed talking with them so much! The food is fabulous! The rooms are large and comfortable and private. There is a fireplace in each one and a Jacuzzi tub. The towels are thick and plush and the beds very comfortable. We will definitely go back for another visit.

Room tip: All rooms are on the same level and all would be an excellent choice.
Date of stay: February 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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1  Thank KRM2060
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Reviewed February 13, 2015

A surprise Bday adventure led us to the Stone Hill Inn! Websites and reviews are great , but seeing is believing! As we drove up the hill on new fallen snow , the view at the top was soon revealed! A sprawling Inn was there with open arms to take us in from the cold! We were greeted by George the Innkeeper in a warm and hospitable way! We immediately felt at home! The Decor was clean, fresh and nicely appointed in the common areas as well as the rooms! Our room "Fiddlehead" had a view through a glass wall that that brought the outside in, and along with the gas fireplace made for a most romantic stay! Our couples massage at the Inn was just what we needed after a day of snowshoeing! The frosting on the cake was the gourmet breakfast served in sheer elegance and prepared by innkeeper Linda! In all, this was a memorable stay that more than met our expectations ! We will highly recommend it to our friends , with hope to return some day ! Claire and Barry

Room tip: Request a fireplace and jacuzzi tub!
Date of stay: February 2015
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1  Thank Sithoo
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Reviewed February 8, 2015

Had a great stay at this spectacular b&b. I took my girlfriend here for a surprise getaway and it's was absolutely the perfect choice. The rooms are very large and super comfortable. Bathroom has a great jacuzzi tub and fireplace. The view from the room looking out on the garden was stunning and Linda and George are great hosts with lots of great suggestions on where to eat and explore around Stowe. I absolutely recommend this place to any couple. Also, the pancakes were the best I've ever had and the toboggan run is definitely worth it.

Date of stay: November 2014
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1  Thank cdstreet
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Reviewed January 21, 2015

Stone Hill Inn is in a beautiful location. Far enough out of the main hub of pretty Stowe town and close enough to not make it a chore to get places.

George and Linda are extremely warm and welcoming. Wherever George is there are smiles. Linda’s cooking is homely and good. If we have a complaint about breakfasts it can only be that it is too much food! Goodness the portions are huge but then that echoes the generous nature and warmth of the hosts.

We were there over Christmas and stayed in the West Branch room. The room décor is perhaps a tiny bit dated but we did love the romance and warmth our room exuded. The bathroom is spectacular, we loved the dual basins and the soaking tub was a dream. The battery operated candles supplied by the Inn work wonderfully and carry all the charm one would expect even though they are not real and definitely not a fire hazard, a plus for everyone. The room felt very private and secluded and the view of the snow-clad garden outside the room door was gorgeous.

The gas fireplace in the room that sides into the bathroom adds to the romance and we really liked that we had a private bar fridge in the room to keep a few goodies in for when we wanted. There is also a guest kitchen area and I loved the personal touches here of delicious baked and packaged cookies to help yourself to, coffee, tea and hot chocolate as well as a fridge brimming full of soft drinks, bottled water and we especially loved the popcorn to pop yourself in the microwave. There is a great room that has a large screen TV and a selection of well over 200 DVD’s. Rooms also have DVD players so you can watch the DVD’s in the comfort of your own space. Perhaps the only really small gripe was the cleanliness of the rooms. We were there for a week and I just felt the room needed more of a sprucing than it got but that is perhaps my own preference rather than a real issue.

George and Linda helped us plan our dinner schedules and that helped immensely as it was a busy time of year and having reservations was definitely a good thing.

It was a special time to be in this pretty little town and I think we picked the absolute best Inn to stay at. The Inn was wonderfully decorated for the season, warm cosy and romantic. George’s sense of humour and Linda's warmth will always be remembered when we think back to this special little spot.

Room tip: We did not really have a look at other rooms but did love our choice at the end of the hallway. It is a very romantic Inn so I can only imagine all rooms are catered to that feel.
Date of stay: December 2014
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 20, 2015

From the minute you step into their welcoming foyer leading to a great room, you feel something familiar and comforting. Owners George and Linda go out of their way to welcome you the second in come in and show you all the amenities they offer their guests. From the closet full of varying density pillows (to compliment the 4-6 pillows already in every room) to the Toboggan sled and slope that you may use at your own risk. They have a large recreation room with billiards table, board games, and chess/checkers among other incidentals. There is a large selection of movie DVD's (though many are movies are older) and some snacks. A refreshments room with complimentary bottled water and sodas as well as additional snacks is just around the corner. But best of all is the breakfast room with wonderfully large windows and an atrium feel to it that you don't want to leave

Our room (Fiddlers Head) was at the end of one of the 'wings' of the building and backed onto a beautiful piece of their large property. With a total of (9) rooms the atmosphere is quiet and restful and you'll be surprised to even see other guests at breakfast. The room (as do all) had a two person hit tub, see-through gas fireplace, and a large post king bed. Their super-large bath towels and plush robes really gives the impression that the owners carefully thought through their approach to inn keeping.

Breakfasts were fabulous (thanks Linda) with a pre-breakfast table normally covered with fresh fruit and cereals. Normally they had two main selections but would also customize orders if asked. George (whose background would not lead you to this conclusion) is friendly and engaging and with a sense of humor!!!! He dishes out the breakfasts with a flair that invites conversation and interaction instead of silence.

The property is so ideally located that you can drive just a 1/4 mile north and see the slopes in the distance or drop by and shop for shoes (a high end women's shoe store is within walking distance). The center village area of Stowe is just minutes away and another 20 minutes gets you into the town of Waterbury (to the south) with its award winning restaurants (Hen of the Woods is a must). Also close by is a pizzeria, several restaurants, and ski-oriented attractions.

Here's a "toast" to George ... disregard all this detail and just know that you are in for one heck of a memorable stay at this clean, warm, and convenient B&B. Our thanks to George and Linda for making our stay soo special.

Room tip: If you want the utmost privacy choose Fiddler Head of West Branch rooms at either end of the building.
Date of stay: January 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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