Heading up to ski in Stowe this winter? Thinking about spending some time in VT even if you’re not a snow buddy? These next few weeks I’ll post a wrap-up of all the great places we visiting in and around Stowe, Vermont.
We were invited up to Stowe by some friends who go up almost every year around Christmas time. Even though none of us are skiers, we all looked forward to a relaxing weekend in a beautiful part of this country.
Our friends have been guests at The Brass Lantern Inn Bed and Breakfast a number of times before, and we were excited to join them. We went up on a very icy weekend.
We spent a good amount of time on the couches by the fire place, playing games (especially Cards Against Humanity), reading, and drinking.
Oh and playing piano. (or… at least… trying to)
The rooms were incredibly comfortable and very New Englandy.
Each morning, breakfast was posted on a white board.
And there is coffee, tea, and hot chocolate available.
And some local maple syrup and butter. (More on a Cabot in a later post)
The french toast was really great, and I loved the baked apples.
I loved the fruit parfait with really delicious yogurt and granola that tasted very homemade.
The frittata and home fries (sweet potato and yukon gold) was one of my favorite breakfasts that weekend.
These were awesome blueberry pancakes, and that fresh maple syrup on them were fantastic.
We really enjoyed our stay and I would highly recommend this inn (and their delicious breakfasts) to anyone.
The innkeepers, Mary Anne and George, couldn’t be more welcoming and helpful.
A wonderful long weekend away!