The Trapp Family Lodge
, founded by the von Trapps of "Sound of Music" fame, offers the charm of Austria in the mountains of Stowe, Vermont. Located on 2,400 acres, Trapp Family Lodge's 96 hotel rooms and suites and 100 guest houses are perfect for romantic getaways and family ski vacations. Luxury accommodations, exquisite cuisine and roaring fires are just some of the amenities you'll experience while exploring the picturesque mountains and village of Stowe, Vermont.
Just the Two of You - Romance Package Starting at $500
Offered Year-round - Double Occupancy (3 night minimum during select time periods)
• 2 nights lodging in Deluxe Room (free upgrade if available at check-in)
• Three-course gourmet Dinner daily & Full-country breakfast daily
• Romance gift basket and a bottle of champagne with engraved champagne
• 1-hour massage
• Late check-out (1 pm)
www.trappfamily.com or 1-800-826-7000
Romantic Bed & Breakfast Packages:
Days of Wine and Roses Package
Celebrate those most special days in life in a most memorable way. Package includes 2 nights stay, 2 full, formal breakfast in our elegant dining room each morning plus be greeted in your room with a bottle of either red or white Galena wine or champagne, one dozen long-stemmed red roses and a bowl of chocolate covered strawberries (in season) or plain strawberries. Add $85 to your selected room rate. Book it all on line!
"Just Because" Package
For that someone special in your life, spending time together is the best time of all. Your time together includes 2 nights stay, a full, formal breakfast each morning, 1 bottle of your choice of champagne, wine or bottle of non-alcoholic bubbly, a vase of fresh cut flowers and a box of Galena chocolates. Add $50 to your selected room rate. Book it all on line!
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