The Lodge at Spruce Peak
As Stowe Village's only ski-in, ski-out luxury resort, The Lodge at Spruce Peak is best placed for enjoying all the activities on offer in the region, at any time of year. The lodge has sweeping vistas of the surrounding mountains and a convenient location at the base of Mount Mansfield and in the heart of the Village Centre. With over 200 options of guest rooms, suites and penthouse residences, the lodge is a large property but has all the activities an adventurous family or couple might want.
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There are a number of accommodation options at the hotel, from classic guest rooms to studios to 1, 2 and 3 bedroom suites. Spacious and homely, each space offers a relaxing atmosphere in which to relax after spending the day in the mountains. Amenities include flat screen televisions, high-speed wireless internet and mountain views.
Surrounded by mountain wilderness yet in the heart of Stowe village, the Lodge at Spruce Peak has an enviable location. The shops and restaurants of the village are within walking distance of the hotel as well as the ski-lifts which take visitors up the mountain.
Food and drink
Due to the size of the resort, there are plenty of options when it comes to dining. The Solstice Restaurant is open for breakfast as well as casual evening dining. There is also a lounge and bar area featuring a number of local microbrews as well as pub fare. The Beanery is their grab-and-go service with pastries, smoothies and sandwiches on offer. There is also a pool bar for the warmer months.
The Village itself has raclette bars, a convenience store and deli, a canteen which overlooks the Village Green and The Skinny Pancake which serves crêpes.
Facilities and activities
During the summer and fall months, the hotel is an excellent base for hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking. There are also zip-line's and winery tours on offer too.
This large resort is great for adventure seekers, families and anyone looking to experience the great outdoors in Vermont's mountains.