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Rental unit in Stowe
Stowe Village studio over wine bar, new bathroom!
We want to ensure our guests we have been giving extra care during each cleaning and thoroughly disinfecting the space. Cozy simple studio located over hip natural wine bar & restaurant. Incredible location in the heart of Stowe Village. Easy access to amazing restaurants, coffee shops, and retail stores as well as a short walk from the mountain road shuttle stop (winter only). Full disclosure: you walk past a recycling dumpster to get to the stairs. Fiber optic internet 75 up & down.
$184 per night
Townhouse in Stowe
Bright Cozy One Bedroom, Amazing Stowe location
This centrally-located, charming one bedroom will be perfect for your Stowe vacation. Located directly across the street from the rec path and walking distance to everything Stowe has to offer. You will love the easy access to town from this newly renovated one bedroom, two bath townhouse!! Located on Mountain rd, you will have a quick starting point to the mountain, biking or hiking! If you are looking to be in the center of all the action, this is the house for you!!
$164 per night
Rental unit in Stowe
Stowe Charm in South Village
*Stowe Charm at it’s Finest* This renovated studio features unique touches of reclaimed barn wood, cherry cabinets, maple floors, swiveling TV, barn door, plush bed, and private entrance with large porch. Located in the Historic Village, this property provides walking access to local eateries, shopping, and grocery. In addition, enjoy convenient access to mountain biking, skiing, hiking, & town events.
$127 per night

Stay near Stowe's top sights

Stowe Mountain Resort305 locals recommend
The Lodge at Spruce Peak25 locals recommend
Wiessner Woods39 locals recommend
Mount Mansfield State Forest27 locals recommend
Moss Glen Falls63 locals recommend
Green Mountain Inn12 locals recommend

Stowe house rentals

Home in Stowe
Free meal at the Stowey Deer in the Lower Village
$175 per night
Home in Stowe
Hidden Gem in the middle of Stowe, Walk to it all!
$264 per night
Home in Stowe
Brand new Beautiful Modern Clean Home On River
$564 per night
Home in Stowe
Kobe's Cabin on Main Street (Extended)
$250 per night

Stowe chalet rentals

Chalet in Stowe
Contemporary Chalet in Stowe
$609 per night
Chalet in Stowe
Edson Hill Escape
$201 per night
Chalet in Cambridge
Vintage Chalet Chalet w/fireplace, 2 mins from Smu
$173 per night
Chalet in Stowe
3br Chalet with Amazing Foliage Views of Mansfield
$227 per night

Stowe condo rentals

Condo in Stowe
Bear Cub Studio on Main St
$140 per night
Condo in Stowe
Stowe Village- 'The Annex'- Cozy, Warm, King Suite
$178 per night
Condo in Stowe
Black Bear's Den in Historic Stowe Center
$241 per night
Condo in Stowe
Prime Stowe Spot on Rec Path! Walk&Bike Everywhere
$157 per night

Your guide to Stowe

Welcome to Stowe

This charming town occupies the valleys and rolling hills beneath Vermont’s highest peak, 4,395-foot Mount Mansfield. Popular as a year-round getaway by the mid-19th century, it soon grew into its own as one of the region’s first winter destination areas. Today the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum chronicles this evolution and includes vintage racing equipment, memorabilia from world-class athletes, and locally made craft skis. Savor an old-fashioned main street with lovely views in this mountain village, easily explored on foot or by bike. Shops and eateries line streets climbing up to Smugglers’ Notch, a pass flanked by 1,000-foot cliffs that cut through the Green Mountains, protected by a state park.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Stowe

Snow can linger on the ground, even at lower elevations, from December to March. Spring brings maple sugaring season, plus chilly and often rainy days. Expect pleasant summers with highs in the 70-to-80-degrees Fahrenheit range; just keep an eye out for thunderstorms. Autumn is brisk, but glorious, with foliage hues generally reaching their peak by mid-October. Start the year silly with snow-golf and snow-volleyball at the Stowe Winter Carnival (also known for its stone-cold-serious ice-carving competitions). February also brings the Stowe Derby — a race from Mount Mansfield’s peak to the village — and a fat bike competition with some extravagant spectator costumes. The Fourth of July ushers in the usual fireworks, but also a quirky parade full of quick-built, decorated-on-a-dime floats. Not to mention the Stoweflake Hot Air Balloon Festival, which includes tethered launches, first-come, first-served. Then greet autumn with the Pumpkin Chuckin’ Festival, where guests can launch their festive gourds via catapults.

Top things to do in Stowe

Hope Cemetery

This region supplies much of the headstone granite for the United States. Unsurprisingly, its Victorian-era stone cutters and artisans memorialized each other in high style. Thirty miles southeast of Stowe, this 85-acre graveyard sports lavish memorial sculptures, including a biplane and a giant soccer ball.

Mount Mansfield

The state’s highest peak shelters almost 200 acres of alpine tundra and resembles a human profile, hence features named the Forehead, the Nose, and the Chin (tallest!). Drivers can switchback up the historic Toll Road, which unfurls jaw-dropping views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks (open June to mid-October, weather permitting). Hikers gravitate to the classic 3.3-mile Sunset Ridge route and the more sheltered 2.3-mile Long Trail. Also popular: the Wampahoofus Trail, named for a cryptid deer-boar hybrid with uneven legs, so it could only move in one direction around the mountain.

Ricker Basin

This abandoned farming community stands 15 miles southwest of Stowe in Little River State Park, part of Mount Mansfield State Forest. Established in 1816, the town thrived briefly before its steep hills and poor soil drove residents out. Today visitors can wander among its orchards, stone walls, cemetery, and a lone remaining house. Miles of trails lace this haunting landscape. To stay oriented, grab a History Hike brochure from the visitor center. And consider lingering to boat or fish in the Waterbury Reservoir.

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