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A May 2004 trip to Stowe by raskel-1

Quote: We went to Smuggler's Notch, which is located near Stowe. The accommodations were excellent. The only downfall was that the roads at the resort need to be paved! The indoor pool was being converted to an outdoor pool. There was lots of great shopping and fine dining in the area. It was definitely worth the trip and I would go back again.

Smugglers' Notch Resort

Hotel | "Smuggler's Notch Inn"

This accommodations were excellent, very clean, and looked new for the most part. If you needed something, it was taken care of immediately.

The only real downfall were the dirt roads and that there was no permanent indoor pool. The indoor pool was being dismantled and converted to an outdoor pool. Full services were also not available until the following week.

The restaurant on site was very good.

Member Rating 4 out of 5 on June 9, 2004

Smugglers' Notch Resort
4323 Vermont Route 108 South
Smugglers' Notch 05464
(802) 644-8851

Ye Olde England Inne

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Restaurant | "Ye Olde England Inn"

Two out of our three meals were good. The fish was excellent and the pheasant was good, though maybe just a little overcooked. My wife's steak dinner was chewy and she did not feel the steak was worth $24.95. She didn't finish the meal. My mother loved the beer battered fish. The beer selection was excellent, but the beers were a little overpriced. Call it the ambience price. The restaurant features some well-known British ales, as well as some lesser known British ales. They also have an excellent U.S. micro-brew selection. The atmosphere is very British and there are pictures of the royal family on the walls. I enjoyed the atmosphere. If only my wife's steak had been fork-cutting t...Read More

Member Rating 3 out of 5 on June 9, 2004

Ye Olde England Inne
433 Mountain Rd
Stowe, Vermont 05672
(802) 253-7558