Friendly and inviting, Field Guide offers modern lodge style accommodation in the village of Stowe, Vermont, providing easy access to the nearby slopes for fantastic year-round adventures. Spend days hiking, biking, canoeing and even hot air ballooning!
At a Glance
Offering a quintessential Vermont experience in the heart of Stowe
Surrounded by acres of grassland, forest and mountains ideal for outdoor adventure
Daily breakfast basket delivered straight to your door
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to Field Guide or take a look at our itineraries to New England
Mountain-fed streams and a vast expanse of fields and forest make Stowe an idyllic spot for a Vermont break throughout the changing seasons. Field Guide is perfectly placed to offer a warm and comfortable retreat after days spent exploring the picturesque town and surrounding countryside, however adventurous you may be feeling. Sink into cosy chairs around a firepit at the end of the day and exchange stories with fellow guests before retreating to the modern, lodge-style suites, relaxed and replete.
Whether indoors or out, Field Guide offers plenty of space for relaxation around the heated pool, the surrounding gardens peppered with firepits and comfortable daybeds, or in the guest lounge where vintage board games are waiting to be played by the roaring fire. Peruse the lodge's collection of vintage field guides for inspiration for your travels or simply put your feet up and sip a glass of wine, contemplating your adventures for the following day.
Field Guide comprises 30 contemporary rooms and suites, each filled with luxurious furnishings, modern art and rustic wooden detailing to create a homely and fun environment. Splashes of color and plush sofas create a sense of warmth whilst the edgy design keeps the overall style distinctly cool.
The 30 rooms and suites at Field Guide offer comfortable lodge-style accommodation; think cosy interiors with fireplaces, fur and plush sofas with splashes of color creating a homely atmosphere. The overall feel is contemporary and rooms are spread between the main lodge and the Trail House; all double occupancy rooms can be found in the main house whilst King Suites and Lark Suites in the Trail House accommodate four guests and the Trail Suite accommodates eight.
All come with comfortable beds, LED Smart TV, Apple TV, iPads loaded with local information, complimentary WiFi, iPod docking station and individually controlled AC and heating units. Some also have a private balcony or patio, separate seating area and dining table, refrigerators and Keurig coffee makers.
Field Guide boasts fantastic areas for relaxation both indoors and out, with a seasonal heated pool surrounded by firepits and daybeds and a hot tub, along with a cosy guest lounge complete with fireplace, comfortable seating and vintage board games. A complimentary breakfast basket is included in the room rate and delivered straight to your door daily.
With the slopes just a short drive away, Stowe is a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, offering hiking, mountain biking, ziplining, rock climbing and in winter, skiing and dogsledding. To better enjoy the views, take the gondola up to Vermont's highest peak or even embark on a hot air balloon ride over the Green Mountains. Golf and fishing is also available nearby and the region is a prime habitat for a number of bird species making it ideal for budding twitchers.
Foodies will also find plenty to tempt tastebuds with the Ben & Jerry's Ice-Cream factory nearby, as well as opportunities to try traditional maple sugaring, cider pressing and chocolate dipping. A number of distilleries, breweries and wineries can also be found in the local area and tastings can be enjoyed at all.
Location & Directions
Field Guide is located right in the heart of Stowe village in Vermont; a short stroll from boutiques and dining nearby and the slopes can be reached easily by car.
When to go
Vermont is wonderful in summer as the temperature is warm and there are plenty of outdoor activities, ranging from cycling through to swimming in the many swimming holes. Fall is a fantastic time of year to visit for the Fall colors - these start towards the end of September in the north of the state, and then progress further south throughout October. Vermont is also extremely beautiful during the winter months, and there are numerous ski resorts scattered around the state which are very popular during the season.