About this listing
Come visit Stowe in any season! We live on a dead-end dirt road that is close to town and to the mountains. There are trails right from the house and skiing, snowboarding, hiking, music, swimming holes and more just minutes away. Come visit!
Come stay in our sunny one bedroom cottage located on a quiet dead-end road in Stowe, Vermont. Just minutes from beautiful Stowe village, Stowe Mountain Lodge and Ski Area, and Trapp Family Lodge, it is a great place to stay during any season. Bike, walk or snowshoe on trails right from the house and enjoy the many natural, cultural and recreational offerings of this beautiful part of Vermont. Ski or ride in the winter. Hike and swim in the summer or just relax in our backyard with flowering apple and cherry trees and perennials. Listen to the frogs in the spring and enjoy the incredible colors of fall.
Connected by a breezeway to the owners' main house, the one floor cottage has its own entrance and is private and quiet. The main living area has an open floor plan with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and spacious living room. The bedroom has a king-size bed that can split into two twin beds. and a comfortable full-size futon couch. There are ceiling fans in both the bedroom and the living area. The huge bathroom has a separate shower and tub as well as a washer and dryer. Towels and linens are provided.
Longtime Stowe residents and active outdoor enthusiasts, the owners are nearby and always happy to answer questions about the area and to make recommendations for dining and activities. We look forward to welcoming you!
At the cottage, guests have access to our backyard, including the fire pit and trails that link to many of the town trails. Perfect for mountain biking, running, walking and snowshoeing! There is a back deck attached to the cottage.
Interaction with Guests
We are happy to interact with you as much or as little as you like. We are always available to answer any question you may have. We do live on the property but respect your privacy. If we are not around when you have a question do not hesitate to text or call.
Our neighborhood is wonderful in part because it is just that - a true neighborhood. We live on a dead end road and so it is quiet yet still very close to town and all that Stowe offers.
You will need a car to stay here. There are places in town to rent bikes as well. Parking is included.
Other Things to Note
We have three wonderful teenagers who while busy with school and other activities are often available to babysit. Just ask and if they can, they will! They charge $12/hour.
First and foremost, enjoy yourself!
Please no smoking or pets.
Please turn down the heat and shut off the lights if you are leaving for an extended period of time. It helps to keep our cost down and yours!
Check in is at 4pm and check out is at 12pm.
About the Host, Simone
Mike and I have lived in Stowe for more than 15 years. We absolutely love Vermont - the beauty, charm, environmental and community focus, local and fresh food, music, theatre, art and all of the outside activities. Every season brings new activities. The hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, canoeing, kayaking, tubing - all of it - is really wonderful and more than accessible. Mike mountain bikes, skis and hikes more than I do and can give you tons of information about places to go.
I'm originally from Providence, RI and Mike is originally from NH. We feel lucky to have the opportunity to enable people from other places to come and experience Stowe and its surrounding area. We love having guests come and stay in our cottage and are available to answer any questions you may have. The more you can relax and enjoy here the better! Our backyard is peaceful. I like to garden (when I have time!) and hope that you enjoy the flowers and the setting. And we are always open to feedback so if there is something we can do to make your experience better, please let us know. Both Mike and I love to travel and to experience places from a "locals" point of view but also appreciate our privacy and know that you do too. Vermont is a beautiful place so come visit!