Thursday, October 4, 2012

Stowe Lantern Tours!

Interested in Stowe’s local lore? Look no further, “The Stowe At Night Lantern Tours” will take you on a walk through downtown Stowe while listening to entertaining stories of early settlers and the historic resident ghosts of Stowe! Learn something new about the historic town on a candle-lit journey that ends at The Green Mountain Inn. Bring your hats and coats as tours start at 8pm and last one hour, stay at the Green Mountain Inn and catch a chance to learn a thing or two about our own local ghost “Boots Berry”!

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Ski, Ride, and Stay at the Green Mountain Inn

         The Green Mountain Inn has done it again, by bringing back our Ski, Ride & Stay Package this winter! Join us for a one-night accommodation, accompanied by a 1-day lift ticket in the heart of the green mountain state for $109 per person, per day. With an average snowfall of 333” Stowe is the perfect destination to get away for a night. This past year Stowe has invested 4.7 million dollars in new snow making equipment with hopes for earlier season terrain and better snow quality. While visiting make sure to ask about our apartments for your next stay!

Thursday, September 13, 2012

The British are Coming!

             Stowe is being invaded – and we think you will like it. For three days, September 14 – 16, Stowe hosts the British Invasion featuring collections of motorcars such as Bentleys, MGs, Rolls Royces, Jaguars and more. These cars alone are a thing of beauty and with Stowe’s picturesque fall foliage as the backdrop it is a sight to behold. Be sure to be here during this invasion and check it out. See the cars at the show or touring the streets of Stowe.  This is a competition, so be sure to pick your favorite. Cheers!

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Corn Maze Craze!

       There is no better place to get lost in Stowe than in Percy Farm’s corn maze. Put it on top of your things-to-do in Stowe this fall. Located on the Stowe Recreation Path, the peaceful setting may make you want to stay for hours, but the maze usually takes about one hour to complete. Don’t worry, you can’t get too lost, there is a logbook and the staff there will be sure to keep track of you. At the entrance to the maze there are two baby calves to pet, a big hit with children. So bring your kids, and even your dog (on a leash) and discover a maze Stowe-style.

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Take a Ride Into Foliage!

       As the Sun sets a little earlier and the birdsong begin to quiet, anyone visiting Vermont knows the beautiful foliage season is right around the corner! The Sugar Maples are in full “bloom”. The beautiful scarlet and gold leaves glow high above the green valleys of grass, while bright orange pumpkins line the streets of town. Stowe blossoms with true autumn spirit and welcomes all visitors to come enjoy the natural beauty of Vermont during foliage.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Music Festival of the Americas

Join us this weekend for the Music Festival of the Americas 11th year in scenic Stowe! A three-day music fest (August 23-25), featuring the Festival Orchestra along with special guests under the baton of Music Director, Alondra De La Parra. Set in the beautiful mountain surroundings of Stowe, we invite you to listen along to the musical love story, “The Old Europe falls in love with Young America” as these world-class musicians present the music of, Mozart, Grieg, Dvorak, Bacalov, and many others.

Thursday, August 9, 2012

How We Conserve Energy at GMI!

      The Green Mountain Inn has taken measurable steps towards a greener future. Join us in helping to leave a smaller carbon footprint in today’s world. The Hospitality Council Division of the Vermont Chamber of Commerce has named us a “Green Hotel in the Green Mountain State” as we intend to uphold our “Green” standards and help the State of Vermont remain sustainable.

        The Green Mountain Inn takes pride in our efforts in building a sustainable future. Locally grown products are a huge part of Vermont’s agricultural business and also allow us to save emissions through transportation of our foods. We also offer, in-room recycling, composting, and of course the option of not washing you’re towels and linens everyday to consume energy. We believe any contribution, large or small can make a difference in our beautiful State of Vermont and around the World! See for yourself how we can help make a difference!