We look forward to welcoming you to the Green Mountain Inn. Below you will find some information that may be helpful to you in planning your upcoming trip. As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact our Reservations Team at 800.253.7302 or e-mail email@example.com.
At the Inn
Remember your bathing suit. Our outdoor pool and in-ground spa are open year-round!
In Your Room
We are happy to provide any of the following items at no charge, based on availability:
Compact refrigerator | Microwave | Footstool for easier access to our four poster bed | Shower seating caddy | Pack and Play |
High Chair | Side Rails for Beds
We are happy to arrange to have everything from champagne to flowers to chocolates to a cheese and fruit platter in your room upon arrival.
Spring Skiing, sleigh rides, shopping, and brewery tours are just a few spring activities available during your stay.
We serve breakfast in our Main Street Dining Room from 7:00 – 10:30am daily.
We serve lunch and dinner and Sunday brunch in the Whip Bar & Grill. Click here for dining hours.
Whether you dine with us or visit one of over 35 local restaurants we strongly recommend you make dinner reservations for each night of your stay. To see menus of local restaurants follow this link.
Holiday Dining Holiday dinner reservations are necessary to book prior to your arrival. The Whip Bar & Grill will be sold out during the Thanksgiving, Christmas, Martin Luther King and Presidents’ weeks.
Stowe and the surrounding towns host many events throughout the year. Visit our events page to see what is happening during your stay.
We have the areas finest therapists at reasonable rates with a 1-hour massage starting at $80. During busy times we strongly recommend making reservations. Please visit our Stowe Village Massage site for details and to make reservations.
Please be aware that The Vermont Agency of Transportation is rehabilitating VT 100 in the Towns of Waterbury and Stowe. Work will be completed in segments to reduce impacts to the community and travelers. The project will be construction primarily during nighttime hours, from 7PM to 6AM, which will limit the impacts to traffic in the area during construction. It is anticipated that some construction activities may occur during the daytime hours, however, lane closures will be restricted to nighttime activities.
The Route 108 (Mountain Road.) paving project begins at the state highway limits approximately .5 miles north of the intersection of Routes 100 and 108, near Saensook Thai Kitchen and extends approximately 7.2 miles northerly to the vicinity of the Barnes Camp Visitor Center. Work to be performed includes cold planing (milling), pothole repair, paving and line striping. This project is currently scheduled to be completed by Friday, August 3, 2018.
Cold planing operations will require a one-way alternating traffic pattern within the construction zone. Uniformed traffic officers and traffic control personnel will be onsite to assist with the flow of traffic. Delays can be expected, and motorists are advised to add extra time to their travel plans.
Cyclists are reminded that they are subject to the same rules as motorists. When held in a queue for alternating traffic, bicyclists will be held until motor vehicles have been released, then cyclists will be permitted to proceed through the construction zone. This is for the safety of motorists and cyclists. It eliminates the occurrence of cars attempting to pass bicyclists while traveling through active construction.
Please focus on safety when driving through the construction work zone and remember, it is against the law to use a hand held cell phone while driving in Vermont.
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