Destination: Vermont Meeting & Event Planning City Guide
4000 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont, 05672
11,000 sq ft
Events to Remember There's something about being at Topnotch that elevates the occasion - whether it's a meeting, conference, corporate retreat, family affair, bridal shower, wedding or anniversary. First-class meeting and conference facilities and services. A full range of resort activities in the beauty of Stowe, Vermont's Green Mountains. 68 graciously appointed guest rooms and 23 resort homes. A world-class spa. An exquisite culinary experience. We invite you to experience our superior and personalized service. The staff at our Vermont resort is committed to implementing your successful meeting, conference or event. We also pride ourselves on the personal details that make an event truly exceptional, like customized menus, staff spa days or group tennis lessons. For sports, recreation and leisure, we offer a stunning variety of activities. We'll be happy to arrange downhill and cross-county skiing, canoeing, fly-fishing, golfing, sleigh-riding, hiking, biking, sightseeing and more. Best of all, we're only minutes from the charming New England village of Stowe, and only 30 miles from the Burlington International Airport, serving most major cities with jet service. Let us help you make it an event to remember.
By Holly Woolard
March 05, 2013
Stowe Mountain Resort offers nearly 500 skiable acres amid two mountains. Trails range from the doubleblack diamonds on Mount Mansfield’s legendary “Front Four” to beginner terrain on Lower Spruce Peak. Among the 116 trails is the 3.7-mile Toll Road Trail. There are also six terrain parks and a cross-country ski center.
By Jane Simon Ammeson
April 30, 2012
The four-season allure of Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, with their stunning mountains, lakes, seacoasts, woodlands, historic inns and commitment to locally grown farm-to-table foods, creates the perfect backdrop for meetings. Here, among winding mountain roads, 18th-century villages and bustling cities, history, scenery and culture intersect.
By Nikki Gloudeman
April 20, 2011
There’s something about New England that conjures up a vivid idea in people’s minds, of colonial homes, a glittering blue waterfront, lighthouses standing watch over the sea, quaint inns and B&Bs and, of course, colorful fall foliage. Its singular beauty has been captured in countless photos, which have launched countless fantasies of an enchanted getaway or meeting.
Learn about Vermont for Event Venues, Services & Meeting Destinations
Vermont’s population of more than 625,000 makes it the second-least-populated state in the country—a fact that leaves much of its area appealingly untouched by development. Instead, you’ll find stretches of rolling hills, mountains, farms and villages, as well as some of the nation’s finest dairy products and, of course, maple syrup. Its meeting venues are scattered throughout the state, in areas including Burlington, Stowe, Woodstock and Killington.
Known for being the greener, quieter and, in recent years, more liberal element that makes up New England, Vermont has long been a favorite for bed and breakfasting and weekends away. With its close proximity, but night-and-day difference in appearance from nearby metropolitan areas, Vermont is a beautiful place to spend a few days. Get back to nature in the lush green landscape, or make a weekend of it by choosing one of the quaint cottage destinations that define the state.