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Welcoming Brass Lantern Inn as a Hospitality Partner

Posted Thursday, March 2, 2023

We are pleased to announce the Brass Lantern Inn has joined four other premier Stowe lodging businesses as the land trust’s newest Hospitality Partner. Topnotch Resort & Spa and Trapp Family Lodge helped launch the program a decade ago, with Lodge at Spruce Peak and Stowe Country Homes joining in the last two years.

For more than 10 years, the land trust’s Hospitality Partners have given visitors to Stowe an easy way to give back to the local area. For every night’s stay with one of the partners, a $1 donation goes to Stowe Land Trust. These voluntary donations are used to support the land trust’s work to conserve important farm, forest, and recreation lands for the Stowe area community.

Collectively, guests staying with partner establishments have contributed more than $350,000 to the land trust’s conservation programs and projects since 2012.

Located in a circa 1835 brick farm house, and located just north of Stowe Village on Route 100, the Brass Lantern Inn offers guests easy walking access to the nearby Mayo Farm and Sunset Rock, and is just down the hill from Brownsville Forest.

New owners Andrew and Don were already handing out land trust maps and pointing guests toward conserved trails, and were excited to join the Hospitality Partners program, offering their guests an easy way to support the community they love to visit.

The inn is partnering with Firefly Productions for a monthly music series beginning this month. On Thursday, March 16, the first installment of Jazz at the Lantern will feature Saxophonist Bill Pierce, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Stowe Land Trust (a different beneficiary will be selected each month).

For more information on the Hospitality Partners program, click here, or contact