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Topnotch Resort and Spa
Stowe, VermontEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Topnotch Resort and Spa
It's the quintessential New England hideaway: 68 cozy guest rooms and a lobby-side fireplace in a three-floor lodge nestled among pine trees, with grand touches such as an acclaimed 30-room spa and a nationally ranked tennis center.
Opened in 1959 as the first full resort at Stowe, VT, Topnotch secured a choice location at the base of the state's tallest peak, enclosed by maples and pines. Upon arrival, North Face-wearing travelers often head right for a pair of Rossignols from the Nordic-style rental barn, before spending the better part of the day hitting the slopes on Topnotch's 120-acre grounds. Be sure to save some energy for the hotel's après-ski: even for expert athletes, the post-ski experience gets almost as much attention as the actual schussing at the three-floor lodge. Opt for a hot-stone massage in the 30,000-square-foot megaspa or lounge with a hot cocoa near the large fire that burns in the hotel lobby. The 68 English Country-style rooms, of the toile and ruffled-bed-skirt variety, are neat as a pin and flooded with sunlight throughout the day.
Topnotch's indoor-and-outdoor 10-court tennis center is ranked number one in New England. You won't want to miss the views toward the majestic Green Mountains.
Winter isn't the only time worth a visit. In the summer or in leaf-peeping season, you can hike the hillside trails and shop for cheese and crafts in the white-steepled town.
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Arrive at Burlington International Airport (BTV) which is approximately 39 miles (60 minutes) away from the resort.4000 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Spa Services
- Outdoor Adults-Only Pool
- Outdoor Kids Pool
- Indoor Heated Pool
- Tennis Center
- Equestrian Center
- Conference Facilities
- Kids Activities
- Jogging + Hiking Trails
- Nordic Barn Recreational Center
- Luxury Linens
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- DVD Players
- Cable Television
- Mini Refrigerators
- Coffee Makers
- In-Room Safes
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
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Why We Love Stowe
The town itself boasts all its fortes: world class lodging, award-winning dining, family friendliness and not least of all boundless natural beauty that beckons visitors to step outside. A true New England gem.
Where to Eat: After a day on the slopes, there's no better spot than Blue Moon for house-baked breads, hearty chowder, and heaping servings of braised short ribs over truffle-mashed potatoes.
35 School St. 1-802-253-7006
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: The Rusty Nail is the place for live band performances, guest DJ sets, and secret-recipe margaritas. 1190 Mountain Rd. 1-802-253-6245
Cocktails for two $15.
Where to Shop: Head to Mountain Road, the city's main thoroughfare, to pick up winter necessities such as handcrafted mugs and woven blankets, sold at Stowe's numerous crafts shops.
Why Go Now
The Music Festival of the Americas
Presenting premier international virtuosos and rising young talent from both the classical and world-music genres, while celebrating the rich cultural heritage of the Americas.
Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center.
October 5-7, 2012
Stowe Foliage Arts Festival
An annual autumn gala filled with vendors selling local cheeses, sausages, and microbrews; work by local artists is also on exhibit.
Sundays through mid-October
Stowe Farmers' Market
The very best of the region's classic fall flavors—from apples to maple syrup—sold in a lively outdoor market.
Route 108, Mountain Road