Trapp Family Lodge
Manager(s): Walter Frame
Address: 700 Trapp Hill Road, Stowe, VT 05672
$175 - $975
Types of Payment Accepted:
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover
Types of Rooms:
Rooms, Suites, Cottages
Number of Rooms: 96
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Austrian-Inspired Lodging in Beautiful Stowe, VT
A Little of Austria. . . a Lot of Vermont®! Situated on 2,500 acres in beautiful Stowe, Vermont, Trapp Family Lodge is a unique mountain resort featuring Austrian-inspired architecture and European-style accommodations. Our Lodge offers stunning mountain views, old-world comforts, and impeccable service, along with activities for every season.
Find your home away from home in the beautiful mountains of Vermont at Trapp Family Lodge. Our Stowe resort blends Austrian-inspired architecture with comfortable American and European furnishings on a beautiful, 2,600-acre property that offers four seasons of fun outdoor activities. We offer 96 rooms and suites in our Main Lodge, 18 luxurious Villas, and 100 Guest House chalets, all of which are perfect for traveling couples, families, and groups. Book your stay at our resort to see why we’ve received worldwide recognition as the perfect Vermont destination that is “A Little of Austria…A Lot of Vermont”®!
Experience an old-world ambiance and world-class dining at Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe, Vermont. When you dine at one of our on-site restaurants, you’ll enjoy more than just a delicious meal; you’ll also enjoy an opportunity to connect with your family and friends. Your morning, afternoon, and evenings are covered with European inspired dishes sourced locally, paired with your favorite beverage in one of our onsite restaurants and Lounge. Join us at one or more of our scheduled activities featuring wine tastings, culinary lessons and more to enjoy!
You’ll never run out of things to do at Trapp Family Lodge. Our Stowe resort is a 2,600-acre mecca for the outdoor and nature enthusiast, with activities ranging from high-energy skiing and mountain biking to more relaxed bird watching and von Trapp family history tours. With the fabled Stowe village and the state’s highest mountain only minutes away, the best of Vermont’s winter, spring, summer, and fall outdoor activities are all at your doorstep when you stay with us.
Bring your wedding dreams to life at Trapp Family Lodge! Situated on 2,600 acres overlooking the classic New England Village of Stowe, Vermont and the surrounding mountains, our picturesque lodge offers indoor and outdoor venues that are perfect for a wedding in any season. Love is love and all are welcome at the Trapp Family Lodge for your special day!
Get out of the boardroom and into the mountains for your next business meeting. Trapp Family Lodge offers 6,000 square feet of memorable meeting space where you can bring your group together for team-building events, year-end meetings, training sessions, corporate retreats, or holiday parties.
- Child Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Whirlpool Tubs
- Free Wi-Fi
- Conference Room
- Handicap Accessible
- Restaurant On-Site
- Spa Services On-Site
- Private Baths
Ask about our Vermont Resident Rate valid during certain times of the year.
What Our Guests Are Saying:
What a perfect way to start off 2021 with fireworks at the Trapp Family Lodge! Our family of four was looking for a quick, drive-able ski trip – and Stowe was an ideal choice. Super easy to drive and park, both at the Lodge and ski area. We felt very safe the entire time with lots of health checks, masks and social distancing, and less crowds made it a perfect time to go.
Accommodations were fantastic, as Trapp Lodge service was impeccable and certainly delivered on being a unique and nostalgic getaway from Zoom call reality that really made you feel like you were on vacation. Beds were very comfortable and bathrooms were more updated than I was expecting with fresh marble, tile and fixtures.
There were lots of opportunities to keep the New Years resolution going with an expansive pool, hot tub, climbing wall, gym and spa; in addition to all the outdoor activities. Plenty of temptations as well with great authentic Austrian inspired dishes, meats and cheeses as well as amazing locally brewed beers at their massive brewery. Trosten was my favorite while hot pretzels and beer cheese was the new found delicacy for our daughters. Kaffeehaus was also a family hit for a tasty and filling pre-ski breakfast sandwich, danish and of course great coffee.
I only wish we had another day to try out cross country or snowshoeing and get into the backcountry and Slayton Cabin. This will certainly be on our list for another winter visit, although the Lodge looks equally as enchanting across all four seasons.
My fiancé and I decided to enjoy a trip to the Trapp Family Lodge as a Christmas gift to each other. Beautiful surroundings, outstanding rooms, immaculately clean, outdoor activities included cross country ski lessons, and a snowshoe tour to the family chapel followed by outdoor hot tub and therapeutic massage…..Heaven.
I love Austria and “The Sound of Music”, so I was delighted when my husband surprised me with a booking here. We stayed for 4 nights during the peak of the fall leaf “popping”. We were blessed with perfect weather and we enjoyed the amazing breakfast on the patio every morning. The staff at the lodge are very friendly and helpful. We also had dinner there one evening and it was nice to have authentic European cooking. The food is very good and the service is excellent. We also took part in the Von Trapp Family History tour, which I highly recommend, even if you are not a big fan of the musical. My husband found the military history to be very interesting. The documentary film is excellent, too. This was the highlight of an amazing fall get-away trip to New England.
Staying at the Trapp Family Lodge was an experience unlike any other! The reason being there is so remarkable is because the place and expansive grounds (which include a fabulous Bier Hall, Outdoor/Ski Center, Spa/Fitness Center, cross-country trails and hiking and biking trails, and an actual goat herd high on a hill, no kidding, as well as other farm animals, a maple sugary, etc.) exude effortless authenticity, which for me evokes a kind of nostalgia. Plus, the owners’ and staff’s meticulous care for guests during COVID is evident.
My boyfriend and I spent the week over New Year’s Eve at one of the guest houses and participated in nearly all the property has to offer. Everything we ate was next-level good, and the curated cocktail list clearly was a result of creativity and expertise, and every one I tried was to die for.
One of the most memorable things that happened was when my boyfriend asked the pastry chef at the Kaffeehaus if they could recreate a cake he remembered having there years ago. In a true gesture of hospitality and fun, they made it happen!
It’s only fitting to also comment on Trapp’s adherence to Vermont’s regulations regarding COVID safety. Everyone I saw working or visiting there complied with gusto. When I think back on this trip years from now, it won’t be overshadowed by COVID, because I felt so safe. I’ll remember the convivial spirit of the staff, breathtaking mountain views, XC skiing, and having a romantic, incredible time.
Our family of 4 has visited the Trapp property 3 times now and each time the visit gets better — whether it be the summer with the awesome hiking, the fall with the great the foliage or the winter with the skiing and snowshoeing. I can’t think of another place that offers such a different (and terrific) experience each season! There is so much to do with the kids (even during a pandemic) and their COVID precautions are exceptional. This place is a terrific gem. (P.S We’ve never seen the movie, we just think this place can stand on its own as a destination)