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... products, and actively involved in supporting not for profit organisations through volunteer work. Awesome corporate philosophy.. Bec tried her first Ben & Jerry's ice cream and seemed to really enjoy it. In the sampling room, they let us try one of their new flavours, the sign said Broccoli, cheddar Chunks. We weren't looking forward to that, but when the board was turned around to reveal Choc mint chunks, we were pretty relieved.
From here we visited a family owned ...
... views. What a nice waterfront! Then we walked up to the downtown core. One of the main streets has been converted to a pedestrian mall. Today is the first day of a jazz festival, so there were several stages set up and live performances up and down the street. We had dinner at one of the many pubs and restaurants lining the mall. We ate outdoors right next to one of the stages with music. All in all, it's been a very nice day. ...
... and headed off down the road towards our destination of Montpelier. About 15 minute down the road, all the drivers coming from the other direction were flashing their lights at us. By this time Bec was driving, so we both said at the same time; Cops ahead. How wrong we were, for just up the road was a Moose grazing roadside. They were warning us of the potential danger. Really cool. We went back to get a photo, but the Moose had moved on.
We continued on to ...
It was 34 degrees Fahrenheit as I headed toward the airport through a mixture of rain and snow. This weather, although typical of early spring here in Vermont, is vastly different from what is experienced in the region of my final destination. After 2 days of travel that ...
... the dark. This was only two streets from our condo. Out of the woods the first crossed the road, Larissa slowed right down and signalled the oncoming car that was that he too should stop. The second leaped across but much slower than the first shocking the drivers even more. The second had just reached the shoulder and ran into darkness to catch up to the first. As we and oncoming traffic started to proceed ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Timberholm Inn Stowe
I spent five days with two friends at the Timberholm Inn in Stowe Vermont. We chose a suite that had two bedrooms, a living room and bath. We were provided a full, gourmet breakfast every morning between 8 and 10 AM. The lodge was rustic and clean. We had the use of a hot tub, videos and a supply of books if looking for something to read. Every afternoon we sat on the deck and enjoyed the beautiful scenery while sipping wine and eating cheese (which we purchased). The lodge provided cookies every afternoon. You couldn't find better hosts who were always willing to give directions and provide maps. The location was great because we were close to the ski lifts, the Von Trapp Lodge, Burlington, and Montpelier (the capital). It was a great experience. I would recommend this lodge to anyone. Even the fellow travellers that we met were friendly. It was great.
Excellent Inn at Stowe
Travelling from England we stayed at the Timberholme Inn at Stowe and the hospitality was excellent. The Inn was set in a beautiful location and the breakfasts were outstanding. Highly recommended.
We visited the Timberholm when it was full, in Mid-August. The inn is beautiful, on a side street, off the main road and very quiet. The views from the inn's deck are remarkable and the place is immaculately maintained.
We are so happy we discovered this B&B in a perfect location in Stowe. It's separated from the main road but it the heart of everything. The innkeepers Rich and Darrick are nothing but the best. They make you feel at home and extremely comfortable. The main living room is very cozy and we really enjoyed the mountain views from the back porch. Perfect place to play a game of chess, read, have a glass of wine or just enjoy the surroundings.
Of course I have to mention the fantastic breakfast! So so so good. You will not leave hungry. Everything from the coffee to the afternoon tea and fresh cookies to the atmosphere was enjoyable and Rich and Derrick are so great!
When Paul and I called the Timberholm and reserved two nights, we knew nothing about Stowe, VT, and very little about the inn. We were a few days into an impromptu vacation, and our only plan was to explore New England with as few plans as possible. The Timberholm was available, affordable, and seemed comfortable enough for a gamble.
From the moment I drove up to the Timberholm Inn I thought, "Awwww relaxation". The Inn itself is like a log cabin with a great front porch and the landscaping is beautiful. The interior of the common areas are very rustic which so fits in with the setting, but the best view is from the back deck. Mountains surround the Inn and the landscaping that they have created are beautiful. They even put in their own mini nature trail! When I went down to breakfast it was wonderful. They serve you individually. Not the normal "continental breakfast buffet". All of their main dishes were homemade and what I had was delicious! The quiches, the stratas and pancakes with fresh fruit and Vermont Maple syrup. Yummie.
An awesome place!!
The innkeepers were absolutely spectacular, they made you fell at home in their inn. The breakfast's were very tasty and prepared well!!..The views were awesome....not too far from the main city and not too close, just right.
Tradition lives on...
My wife and I just recently returned from a trip to Vermont. This was my second stay at the Timberholm, but it's been 12 years since my last visit. The quaint and relaxing traditions of Stowe (and the Timberholm) live on while the new owners have made some wonderful changes.
We were looking for a B&B in Vermont with owners who were excellent cooks, knew a lot about the area and were friendly. We were 3 for 3 on this visit.
This is definitely a wonderful inn where one can relax, get a feel for rustic Vermont and truly experience the good life.
Best breakfasts around!!!!
This is the best place ever if you want to stay around Stowe. The gentlemen who run it, Rich and Darrick and the kindest folks you will meet. They offer wonderful hospitality and make you feel right at home. In the evenings in the winter they have hot soup and other times they have warm baked cookies... Rich makes a "to die for" breakfast.... We have stayed here two times and will be staying a third time in another week. The accomodations are quaint and simple...the hot tub is wonderful...and they are off the main road so if you are looking for peace and quiet this is the place! Give them a shot...they will not disappoint!
Vermont at its best.
Beautiful location just off the mountain road in Stowe....Had an amazing time the two nights we stayed ... ........ ..Would recommend this inn highly.Owners are really helpful and the home cooked food was great..