Canadian $$ At Par Special!

For our Canadian visitors: Book your March ski holiday to the Auberge de Stowe now and we'll take Canadian dollars at par! Three night minimum stay is required, and you must call the Auberge to receive this deal. Come ski Stowe in March and experience the best conditions of the year.

Stowe Story Labs/Writers' Retreat

Call or email us for availability and discount on rooms for the retreat.

Contact Information

Auberge de Stowe
692 South Main Street
Stowe, VT 05672

Phone: (802) 253-7787     
Toll Free:
(800) 387-8789
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Welcome to the Auberge de Stowe

Located in beautiful Stowe, Vermont, the Auberge de Stowe B&B is a classic New England Inn. Eclectic, individual, and unique, the Auberge de Stowe offers travelers clean & basic, comfortable & affordable accommodations on Route 100, just a ½ mile from Stowe's village center.

Mixing French culture with New England hospitality, the Auberge de Stowe is the perfect place to launch your exploration of Stowe and Northern Vermont. Innkeepers Shawn and Chantal are knowledgable in all things Vermont--and beyond--and they're dedicated to making your stay lively and engaging, and they're ready to invite you into their inn, located in an historical Lower Village farmhouse.

The Auberge offers a variety of rooms, including 2-room suites that are perfect for families or friends traveling together. Our location is close to all that Stowe and Vermont have to offer: hiking, mountain biking, skiing, snowshoeing, cycling, shopping, dining, fishing, and much more.

At the Auberge you can relax after a day of skiing in our outdoor hot tub. Or dip your toes in the stream out back after a long hike. Check your email using our free wireless Internet service. Catch up on board games, read a book, fix yourself a cup of tea, or BYOB and sit by the woodstove. At the Auberge de Stowe, it's up to you.

To get an idea of what the Auberge is all about, read Shawn's popular blog, "Innkeeping Innsights in Stowe," click here. While you won't find any recipes for stuffed French toast here (we serve a Continental breakfast), you will find an entertaining and irreverent look at the intersection of innkeeping and writing.


"The traveler sees what he sees; the tourist sees what he has come to see."

G.K. Chesterton