Our original hotel partner, Topnotch is a majestic mountainside destination that blends the gracious charm of a ski lodge with the luxurious amenities of a world-class resort. With 68 rooms and 23 luxurious resort homes, Topnotch is surrounded by a 120-acre wooded estate and is defined by the close company it keeps with the mountains where you can find cross-country and downhill skiing,horseback riding and sleigh rides, hiking, biking.
Hotel Partnership Program
Stowe Land Trust’s Hotel Partnership Program gives guests an easy way to give back to Stowe so that it will always remain a special place to visit. For every night’s stay at SLT's partner hotels, a $1 nightly donation goes to Stowe Land Trust. These voluntary donations are used to support SLT's work to conserve Stowe's important natural resources.
We invite you to join the Hotel Partnership today. For more information, contact: Kristen Sharpless, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or 802.253.7221.
Trapp Family Lodge is a 2,500-acre mountain resort in the European tradition by the family that inspired "The Sound of Music." Accommodations with Austrian decor and spectacular mountain views. European-style cuisine and New England specialties in 3 restaurants with nightly entertainment. Year-round recreational activities including hiking, biking, garden tours, yoga, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fitness center with indoor pool, 2 outdoor pools, & tennis.
Our newest hotel partner, The Stowehof is a classic Alpine hotel with a storied history unique to Stowe. No two rooms are identical – some are grand, some cozy, and many feature wide-open mountain views. You can play cards in one of their game nooks, shoot pool with friends, read a book by one of several fireplaces, roast marshmallows at the fire pit, stroll through the rolling meadows, and relax by the pool in the summer.
The Stowehof is next door to Wiessner Woods – a beloved community recreation area that was donated to Stowe Land Trust by the family of Fritz Wiessner, a world-famous mountaineer in 1992. Today, Wiessner’s legacy and spirit continue to be celebrated both at The Stowehof and its beloved ratskeller “Fritz Bar”, and in Wiessner Woods, whose trails are open to the public for hiking, snowshoeing and cross country skiing.