4.2 on June 20, 2016
The great backyard views of the woods are only matched by the homey feeling in the living room. I thoroughly enjoyed it in the summer, and I plan to come back in the winter! Breakfast was great in the company of Sophie (the canine innkeeper).
5 on August 06, 2015
My sons and a friend and I just spent 2 wonderful nights at Timberholm, which my parents designed and built in 1949. We left in July of 1954. Tom and Susan made the entire experience, from online room choices and confirmation, so easy! How they arranged for such beautiful weather is a mystery but it was so gorgeous that they must have! I can’t say enough about the fantastic rooms, beds, views and, of course, truly fabulous breakfasts. It is my pleasure to highly recommend Timberholm for a true Stowe, Vermont, vacation experience. Sarah Cram Dawson
5 on April 26, 2015
I spent one night with two kids. Tom was just great, as well as the rooms, the garden and the breakfast. I highly recommend Timberhom, you will thank me later....
5 on March 27, 2015
We had the privilege of staying at The Timberholm Inn for a one night getaway this past week. What a lovely place! The property and indoor space is delightful. The great room is cozy and comfortable and Tom and Susan are incredible hosts. The rooms are clean, comfortable, and quiet, and the inn itself is just off the beaten path so there is no street noise or issues with traffic. The breakfast was utterly outstanding! We will be back and for a longer stay next time.
5 on November 23, 2014
Wonderful location for this mountain hideaway! Glorious views and peaceful setting. Fabulous breakfast and lounge area with huge picture windows. Helpful and generous host Tom who cooks delicious breakfasts with hot dishes, home made muffins etc. Our suite (2) was spacious and very comfortable - many thanks for the surprise upgrade Tom! Great info given about local attractions and restaurants and we enjoyed a couple of games of shuffle-board in the downstairs den. This had free water in the fridge + snacks and soda for sale. One of our favourite stop-overs on our 3 week New England tour.
5 on September 15, 2014
We traveled to Stowe for a wedding; so looked for a B&B for a couple of nights. The Timberholm Inn was an excellent place to stay: Great innkeeper, good room, wonderful breakfasts. The view from the deck is what's on their website -- valley with mountains across the way. And Tom even figured out a plug-in for my car!
4.0 on September 01, 2014
Based solely on its website, we booked the whole Inn for our August, 2014, wedding. At no time during the year of planning or our week-long stay did the Timberholm or its keepers, Tom and Susan Barnes, fail to meet and exceed our expectations or those of our families and friends. Golden Retriever Sophie and Siamese kittens Bubble and Squeak are icing.
5 on August 19, 2014
We spent 3 nights at this inn recently and it was all we expected and more! The property is very rustic and homey, with a beautiful common area and expansive deck overlooking woods and mountain. It is well off the main road so it is extremely quiet. The room was just what we wanted, with a beautiful view. The owners and their dog were extremely cordial, and the homemade breakfast each morning included freshly made muffins,fresh juices, and entrees like quiche and pancakes. After driving by the other B&B's we had considered, we are SO glad we chose this one and would recommend it without hesitation.
4.4 on August 08, 2014
We stayed here on our honeymoon and had a wonderful experience! The owners were very friendly and made us feel welcome. The room was cute and cozy, and the common area was really nice. Breakfast was delicious, as mentioned by other reviewers! We would definitely recommend the Timberholm Inn to others staying in the Stowe area, and we hope to be back in the future!
4.2 on June 26, 2014
The innkeepers are natural (and excellent) hosts. The inn's food and common areas were great. The tap water was a little funky (sulphur-y), but they're on it and have bottled water and lots of other alternatives. The inn is in a beautiful spot, very convenient to the village and Smuggler's Notch. The bed was very comfortable. We had a great stay and would recommend Timberholm to just about anybody. (Unless they're really snooty, 'cuz who wants them around?)
4.4 on April 03, 2014
My wife and I were looking for cozy and rustic and that is exactly what we got with Timberholm Inn. Peaceful location, comfortable accommodations, breakfasts to die for, and warm hospitality. Tom and Susan know the little things matter and they know how to run a lovely bed & breakfast. If you're going to visit New England, visit Vermont. If you're going to visit Vermont, stay in Stowe. And if you're staying in Stowe, you'll thank me when you stay at Timberholm Inn.
5 on February 22, 2014
We love the Timberholm! This was our third stay in the two bedroom suite. Great value for a small family! Breakfast was amazing as usual! Tom and Susan are always so pleasant and helpful. We love Sophie too!
4.6 on February 11, 2014
We had a lovely stay at the Timberholm. Hilights are the homemade breakfast, the wonderful views, the great room and nightly cozy fires, the sweet dog, the attentiveness of the hosts, and proximity to stowe. During our stay the hot tub was out of order, so that was a bit of a disappointment. The bedrooms and bathrooms are more rustic that a typical B&B, but they are well kept and homey. Our bed was surprisingly comfortable. We hope to return and have already recommended to friends!
4.4 on January 23, 2014
Breakfast was amazing, and enough food for a long day of snowboarding. Sophie was the most darling & sweet doggy, we just loved her so much. The hot tub was fantastic for relaxing after the days on the cold mountain. The distance to everything was perfect. We can't wait to go back!
4.0 on January 19, 2014
The hosts were lovely, the breakfast amazing and the common area inviting.
4.6 on December 22, 2013
First experience there and we fell in love will the place. Tom and Suzan will make sure you feel at home and that you have everything you need for a very good stay. Small attentions like asking for your preferred breakfast time, lighting you up a fire when needed, home meals adapted to your needs (allergies), advices on best restaurants, etc. Sophie (their dog) was so sweet too, full of joy to see new friends. Plenty of things to do in the area and in the place too (board games, books, jacuzzi, movies, etc.). their breakfast are AMAZING ! always Vermont's finest product.Very creative too. We got out of the table FULL. It was hard to get up and go skiing after such a breafast :) thank you for the nice stay and we'll see you soon !
4.6 on December 12, 2013
The location is great. Off the beaten path, nestled in the woods but close to everything. The resident Golden Retriever, Sophie was the highlight of our stay. She is so incredibly well trained and sweet. Great to cuddle by the fire with. Tom and Susan are wonderful hosts and the food is magnificant. I wanted to live there. Tom makes a fantabulous breakfast and the afternoon cookies are addicting. The perfect place for a girls weekend. I can't wait to return.
4.4 on October 29, 2013
Set up the mountain, far away from the main road, this beautiful building just oozes the rustic B&B feeling one is looking for when travelling through this part of New England. Nine rooms makes it just cozy enough and the facitiies are quite sufficient to compete against bigger/fancier hotels in the area. The family style breakfast may not suite everyone as everyone may not be so talkative early in the morning, but the quality of the food and the enthuisastic way it was served made the breakfast be the true highlight of the stay here. It even topped the magnificent views one can enjoy while eating it! Top recomendations!!
3.6 on October 28, 2013
Enjoyed our stay. Rooms a little on the small size but lounge and view have the wow factor. Service really good a great place to stay and explore the area.
4.4 on October 27, 2013
My wife and I have stayed at the Timberholm Inn during our fall foliage getaway for the past two years. As far as I can tell, there is not a more beautiful place to be in Stowe. The view from the inn is gorgeous, all you can see are the mountains and trees. You can take in the sights from the deck, yard, or from the warmth of the great room which has HUGE windows that catch the light perfectly in the morning. Tom and Susan, the innkeepers, are incredibly kind, welcoming, and knowledgable about the area. Tom is also an AMAZING chef. You will not believe how excellent the breakfast and afternoon snacks are. The inn's location is perfect, just half a mile from the major road and recreation path that take you into town. Other locations like the Trapp Family Lodge, Mt. Mansfield, the Ben and Jerry's factory, and more are all also super close. I would definitely recommend the Timberholm to anyone looking for a beautiful, relaxing place to stay in Stowe!
3.8 on October 27, 2013
Quaint Inn, nice innkeepers and fabulous breakfast.
4.6 on October 21, 2013
We had a great stay in Stowe. The food was amazing. We had delicious pumpkin pancakes and the owners were very friendly. We received a room upgrade, which was very nice. I would highly recommend this place for anyone staying in Stowe.
5 on October 18, 2013
my spouse love Stowe VT, this place was very nice, great views, the breakfast in town, not kidding either,...trust me! i recommend the "Aspen Room" :)
4.0 on October 17, 2013
Lovely place to stay, very quaint, stunning views of the mountains, rooms very small but we were never in it apart from sleeping so not a problem. Breakfast was the best I have had during my 4 weeks in thanks tom and Susan for a lovely stay will definitely go back and recommend it highly
5 on October 15, 2013
We stayed at the Timberholm one night, as we were in Stowe following the fall foliage. The owners were lovely and provided a warm, relaxing atmosphere for their guests. The inn was nicely furnished, and the rooms were exceptionally clean. The views from the backyard were spectacular. We sat outside on the wood deck in the early evening. There was also seating out in the yard. We wish we had booked more than one night, and would definitely stay again.
4.4 on October 12, 2013
Our stay was wonderful. From reading other reviews, I knew the room would be small, so I was not surprised when the room was filled by the bed. We went to Vermont to see the sights and do things, not to hang out in the room. The walls were pretty thin though. Some lady next door decided to talk to a friend after 10 at night. I don't think she knew how loud she was until we knocked on the wall. Other than that, our stay was wonderful. I highly recommend this B&B. The atmoshpere was very relaxing. Tom was very helpful to us and the breakfasts he made were to die for! We would definitely stay there again.
4.4 on October 09, 2013
I really enjoyed our 3 night stay here. The owners are truly welcoming and helpful but respectful. Breakfast was delicious and huge. We booked one of the small rooms which was compact but that was clearly indicated. Once we'd put luggage we werent using away it didnt matter as the lounge and outside balcony gives more than enough space. It's a little outside main stowe so you may need to drive to the many amenities although we walked to a few.
5 on October 07, 2013
This is a gem, quiet and peaceful. Tom and Susan are so gracious and the food is amazing.
3.8 on October 07, 2013
We have stayed here many times through the years. The rooms are bit small but very comfortable . Breakfast is very good. The common areas are large and well appointed with a nice yard and deck.
5 on October 06, 2013
This is a great B&B. The rooms are clean and the breakfasts are great. We will definitely stay here when we go to Stowe again.
5 on October 03, 2013
We had a very relaxed stay in this quiet, private inn. If every in Vermont again I would definitely return to this place. The homecooked breakfasts were fantastic. The hot tub is great, the space for reading is great.
4.2 on September 19, 2013
Thank you, Tom an Susan, for your friendly, efficient service and especially for your delicious homemade food. Around the big diningtable we met very interesting people, even from as far as Australia. Next time we will choose a bigger room with a more updated bathroom and a view of your nice backyard and mountains. In your homey, peaceful inn we felt very welcome and got all the rest we so desperately needed. Until soon, Ursula.
4.8 on September 18, 2013
Beautiful location, wonderful lounge / dining room, great ambiance. Cannot recommend too highly.
4.8 on September 18, 2013
food was deliciuos and owners very welcoming, i have celiac disease and there were no issues with accomendating my special diet.
4.8 on September 14, 2013
We really enjoyed our visit at the Timberholm Inn. Warm & Cozy dual suite! Especially enjoyed having breakfast with Sophie!! Thanks to owners Tom & Susan. We would definitely visit again.
4.6 on September 07, 2013
My boyfriend and I recently stayed at the Timberholm Inn was amazing. Our room was clean, had a great view, and comfortable. The owners of the inn were friendly and helpful. The breakfast was wonderful. We will stay there again.
4.2 on August 28, 2013
The view from our window was beautiful, as well as from the property deck. Rooms were comfortable and had a country feel. The food was outstanding, especially the corn muffins with maple-butter, and the pineapple-zuchini bread.
4.6 on August 25, 2013
The Timberholm Inn is the perfect B&B for a stay in the Stowe area. Tom is a wonderful host and an excellent chef! We spent four nights in one of the suites. The breakfast was delicious and the late afternoon cookies hit the spot after a day of hiking. We would definitely stay at the Timberholm Inn the next time we visited Stowe.
4.6 on August 16, 2013
We recently stayed at the Timberholm Inn in Stowe. This was our second stay there and we had such a pleasant stay the first time, we decided to return. Tom and Susan (and their adorable dog, Sophie) run a charming rustic Inn. The property is beautiful with lovely gardens and a full length porch off the back of the Inn that affords a fantastic view of the Green Mountains. The living room, off the reception area, has a large fireplace and comfy couches to relax in. The Inn rooms are clean and comfortable and although ours was small, was fine for us. The breakfast that Tom and Susan served was delicious and filling - fruit and yogurt, warm pumpkin bread, oatmeal pancakes and sausage along with juice, coffee and tea. We also met some really nice fellow guests while we were there. We had another great B&B experience and will return to the Timberholm Inn if we travel to the Stowe area again.
5 on August 16, 2013
We stayed 5 nights and felt at home. Susan and Tom are great hosts and they did their best to give us a confortable home and a delicious breakfast! Also, the Inn is conveniently close to hiking trails and restaurants. We plan to go back for a winter vacation too. Thank you!
4.6 on August 10, 2013
We were looking for a great mountain venue to recharge and enjoy some outdoor activities after an active week of travelling. We found everything we needed at Timberholm Inn for a reasonable price - we found when we arrived that we had even been upgraded to a suite! Beds were very comfortable and we were very pleased with the level of cleanliness. Our host Tom couldn't have been more helpful or friendly. His breakfasts are superb, especially his made-to-order omelettes and homemade oatmeal muffins. Tom was always willing to share his knowledge of great restaurants and tips for seeing Stowe. We will go back again, and will certainly recommend this to friends and family!
5 on August 04, 2013
We stayed at the Timberholm Inn for two nights and were thrilled with the experience. The ambiance is wonderfully rustic, the food for breakfast was plentiful and excellent, our room and bathroom had the same amenities we find at the big box hotels, and the owners were very friendly and welcoming. The room and bathroom were very clean and nicely furnished.....the view from the back deck of the inn was amazing-----overall I would highly highly recommend this B and B to anyone!
4.6 on July 30, 2013
My husband and I visited in July and Tom's B&B was great. The food was great and Tom was attentive. The real treat was being able to watch the hot air balloons launching from his back deck while enjoying a beer. We can't wait to go back during the winter months!
4.0 on July 30, 2013
We secured the last room and were prepared for the tiny size. Not the best choice of room if you want privacy and romance but I am sure that the other rooms are fine. Tom and Sue were nice and the breakfast was good. Company was friendly and respectful of the quiet that is desired at night. Nice location to Mountain road and I would return but try next time to book early and get a room upstairs, end of hall and looking towards the back. The carpets, linens and mattress in this room (#1) could use some renewal and they need to have a mattress pad. I also suggest That they dehumidify this room and the basement lounge. But every thing was generally fine and the price was very good.
4.0 on July 29, 2013
My boyfriend and I planned a night at the Timberholm Inn and he ended up surprising me with a proposal earlier that day. The Timberholm in was a great way to celebrate. They upgraded our room without us even asking. The place is really cute and cozy and the breakfast in the morning was a nice treat.
4.8 on July 22, 2013
We have visited Vermont for many years, however, this was our first visit to Timberholm. From the moment we walked in it felt cozy. The rooms were adorable, the breakfasts beyond wonderful and the hospitality was superb. We look forward to our next trip to Vermont and, of course, stay at Timberholm. The Foss'
3.4 on July 19, 2013
I would have given the service 4 stars except the shortage of ice and the lack of assistance to help lug heavy bags on the stairs, both of which I really needed, made the 3 stars necessary. I suggest they invest in an ice making machine rather than relying on a regular home refrigerator as an ice source. Offering to help with bags, especially for a solo traveler would be a wonderful addition to their services. Other than that I loved the experience. The dining area and the breakfast was truly wonderful.
3.0 on July 09, 2013
The great room of this lodge is the place to hang out and enjoy the scene, air, and sounds of this area. My room was a bit small but that didn't matter because I wasn't in Vermont to sleep but to enjoy the mountains.
2.6 on July 07, 2013
The rooms are adequate and clean, but dated and small. The bathrooms the same...not what we expected although we did enjoy the stay and the owners were very nice people. The facilities were clean and the breakfast was terrific...freshly made daily and with an effort to please to guests.. Met several very nice people during our stay and the great room is a good place for socializing. The grounds are beautiful and quiet.
5 on June 11, 2013
Great location, rooms were large, clean and very comfortable. The breakfast was exquisite each and every day!
4.4 on May 24, 2013
My husband and I had such a splendid stay (although short) at Timberholm Inn. Tucked in the hillside of Stowe with a view from the deck of the gorgeous Vermont mountains..cozy rooms-very comfortable bed..amenities to satisfy all..and a delicious breakfast complete with a maple pecan butter and real maple syrup for buttermilk pancakes..pack your bags and try it for yourself!!
5 on May 02, 2013
We just wanted somewhere nice and restful to stop on the way to Montreal, found this place on the web, and were so happy we did. We got in late and found the key had been left for us with a nice note, and were able to get some rest, have a nice hearty breakfast and great conversation, and then were on our way. We plan on making another trip soon when we can spend some time enjoying the beautiful surroundings.
4.8 on March 19, 2013
We were thoroughly impressed with the Timberholm Inn. My husband and I stayed there for a weekend ski trip. When we arrived, the owner Tom upgraded our room to a bigger one for free and also had delicious cookies, brownies, and an assortment of hot drinks (coffee, Vermont teas, hot chocolate) waiting for us. The inn was cozy, rustic, and extremely clean. We also were able to enjoy the inn's book and DVD collection, recreational area downstairs with large TV, Great Room with fireplace and comfy chairs and couches, lots of board games, etc. We felt so at home! And, the highlight of our stay (besides the skiing, of course) had to be the delicious breakfasts! Each day we were served some sort of fruit dish, a hot homemade baked item and a main course. My favorites were the oatmeal pancakes, blueberry scones, and cinnamon French toast. I hope we have the opportunity to ski in Stowe again and stay at the Timberholm! Highly recommended!
4.4 on March 07, 2013
My girlfriend and I had a great stay at the Timberholm. The breakfast was amazing and the rooms were comfortable. Too many chemicals in the hottub, but it was still nice. Great value. We'll be back.
4.8 on March 05, 2013
Great place to stay with friends....Tom and Susan make you feel right at home....we asked Tom to move in with us in Boston, just for his creative breakfasts....suites are large enough for 4 persons with all the comforts of home...great location to everything stowe has to offer
4.0 on February 20, 2013
My only complaint would be that the room we stayed in (the Butternut room) was just bigger than the bed itself. For 300+$ for two nights stay, I found this disappointing. Otherwise, really nice people, very nice atmosphere, and a truly exceptional breakfast.
4.0 on February 19, 2013
We stayed at the Timberholm Inn for a family ski weekend. The rooms are just right for families, couples and singles. Best word to describe the small rooms is cozy. The suites are actually quite big and furnished nicely. The bathrooms are ok (mine was very small with a standup shower only) and clean. Some people need extra space and others don't! The breakfasts were delicious and the hosts, Tom and Susan, are friendly. There is a nice open dining/living room space with a huge fireplace to sit around after skiing or shopping. I feel that the value is outstanding and I would recommend this Inn to my friends.
4.8 on January 29, 2013
Timberholm left a footprint on my heart that will remain forever. I celebrated my milestone birthday with 21 family/friends the weekend of Jan. 4th 2013 in this beautiful B& B. Tom, Sue & Sophie extended service and grace in ways I will never forget. If you are looking for a warm established lodging quarters in the Stowe, VT area, where beyond the imagination memories are created, look no further. Timberholm is the place!
5 on January 25, 2013
Great place. Good prices. Very friendly owners and excellent breakfast.
3.4 on January 16, 2013
Our family of 5 really enjoyed our stay at Timberholm. It was clean, the family suite was a perfect fit for all( children 13,12,9). The breakfasts were great and they catered for the coeliacs in our family without any problem. It was a short drive to the ski fields and shops and it was handy to by pizzas and eat in the common areas. The owners were very friendly. I would Definatly stay there again and recommend to others.
4.4 on December 09, 2012
Rooms are small, but otherwise this is a great place to stay. On the other hand, the dining room and living room are huge. Breakfast was outstanding every day. Overall, a very good value and highly recommended!
4.4 on November 20, 2012
This was my first stay at the Timberholm, and it was absolutely amazing. The owner, Tom, was very welcoming. The room was very comfortable and cute; breakfast each morning was AMAZING; and there was even Sophie, the lodge dog, to welcome us. Fantastic stay overall! Highly recommended!
4.6 on November 12, 2012
We had only high marks for the Timberholm Inn. Best breakfasts ever and looked forward each morning to google up whatever Tom prepared for breakfast. They are very helpful in recommending hiking spots and local places to eat dinner. Tom and Susan are the best hosts. The rooms are wonderful and clean. The walls are thin but that was not an issue. All and all the best B&B experience ever.
4.4 on November 04, 2012
Warm greetings from Tom provided just the right welcome! We checked in and were so comfy in the great room (with computer availability) enjoying cookies and tea that we almost couldn't move. For dinner Tom recommended the informal Gracie's (they too loved their dog) and we also enjoyed dining at the Whip (walked in, no reservation) in the Village. Close location to the Ben & Jerry's tour (nothing special), Cabot cheese (now that IS) and chocolates shop. And a quick stop and self-guided tour of the von Trapp Family Lodge rounded out our Stowe experience. We walked Weissner Woods (don't follow the Catamount Trail the whole way - it takes you into private lands) with precious golden tree colors - and the sweet Stowe Rec Path on a frozen-meadow morning with orange leaves still shining. These leaf-peepers from So CA were very pleased! Tom's breakfasts (baked apples, maple muffins, fresh fruit, etc) were perfectly delicious and carefully served - they're so generous they can be called "no-lunch" breakfasts. We ate our crackers-cheese- and apple lunch right in the common area where microwave, dishes and silverware are all available. A bit of creaky from overhead (host home) but we slept well anyway after our hikes! Very friendly fellow travelers made a wonderful experience overall!
4.6 on November 04, 2012
This was our 6th time at the Timberholm and it just gets better and better. Tom and Susan, and let's not forget Sophie, are amazing hosts. There is nothing better than afternoon tea and cookies on the back deck, although perhaps roaring fires in the cozy living room just might be. We had some wonderful conversations around the breakfast table with guests from all over Canada, the US and the UK. Loved every minute of it and wish I was there right now....see you next fall Joe&Sue
4.2 on October 28, 2012
Tom and Susan were very warm and inviting and have gone to great lengths to pay close attention to detail with how they run the Inn making for a great destination to getaway from it all. Being Leaf-Peepers, my wife and I stayed at 3 other Inns during our trek across New England and the Timberholm was by far the best memories of them all. Will we return to the Timberholm? Most definitely!
3.0 on October 26, 2012
hosts - very friendly & helpful. room - very small but functional, good deco & comfy bed. Breakfast - could do with a bit more variation & choice but again the home cooking was good. location - ideal.
4.2 on October 19, 2012
This was our first time going to a B&B and definitely not our last, especially at the Timberholm Inn! Tom and Susan give you your space, but are always there to answer a question or provide service. The Timberholm is my kind of place; remote, clean, quaint and quiet! It is conveniently located to all the restaurants and shops, but you feel many miles away! Tom's three course breakfasts were also a highlight? His cookies and brownies in the afternoon are addicting!!! My wife and I enjoyed the downstairs TV room to watch the Patriots game and enjoyed a peaceful few hours in the main floor sitting by the fireplace! We didn't want to leave! For sure we will be back!
5 on October 19, 2012
Great views of the mountains, lovely rooms and common area, absolutely delicious breakfasts, super friendly and helpful hosts (Tom and Susan), a wonderful dog (Sophie), fantastically reasonable rates -- you couldn't ask for anything more in a B&B! Our two friends and my husband and I enjoyed 4 exceptional days in one of the suites (2 bedrooms and sitting area) at Timberholm Inn this October, and we had the best time imaginable. The leaves were spectacular -- we had great walks, car tours, and tasty dinners in several Stowe restaurants. We highly recommend the Inn!
4.0 on October 18, 2012
When I arrived to check in I was pleasantly surprised to find out I had been upgraded to a lovely suite. The innkeepers were very nice and the place had a great view. The location was close enough to everything. I would definitely stay here again!
4.4 on October 15, 2012
This was a great B&B experience. The B&B is rustic but very comfortable. The Great Room is used for breakfast and lounging with a great fireplace and alot of couches and rocking chairs. There is a outside deck off the great room with views of the mountains. The breakfasts were fantastic and very filling (all freshly made). There is also a lounge downstairs with a refrig and big screen TV. The rooms were very comfortable with great mattresses, pillows, plush towels and bath robes. There is also a hot tub. The B&B is off the main road in Stowe up on a hill. We met some great guests who were very easy to talk to and we shared alot of infomation. All in all a great experience and worth the expense.
5 on October 13, 2012
Had a fabulous time at the Timberholm Inn. Suite 1 was gorgeous - 2 lovely rooms and very comfy livingroom area. A home away from home! We spent some time in the evening in the hot tub which was a treat. Breakfast was delicious, highly recommend.
5 on October 09, 2012
We had a terrific 3-day weekend in Stowe. We chose the Timberholm randomly but could not have been happier with that decision. Tom and Susan were outstanding hosts. Our room, one of the suites, was very comfortable. Breakfast was excellent every day and Tom accommodated special dietary needs with several delicious options. We've stayed at other B&Bs in Stowe in the past, which were very nice, but our first choice from now on will be the Timberholm.
4.8 on October 05, 2012
We recently stayed at the Timberholm Inn and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in a quiet but wonderful experience. Tom and Susan are outstanding innkeepers who make you feel welcome and special. Tom is a great cook and the breakfast he prepared was always delicious. We stayed in a suite and the room was large and very comfortable. Sitting out on the deck in the sun and viewing the mountains in the distance made for a great afternoon. Many birds and small animals came on the deck to feed on birdseed showing no fear of the people sitting there. It was a very relaxing and enjoyable experience. It is clear from having stayed at the Inn that Tom and Susan as the innkeepers are always concerned about the comfort of their guests and do everything they can to make sure that your stay is pleasant. I would recommend to everyone who wants to spend a fall vacation in Vermont book a suite at the Timberholm Inn. Marc and Carla
4.6 on October 01, 2012
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at the Timberholm. The Inn is is a great location. Close to downtown Stowe but not in the hustle and bustle. Tom was a wonderful host and was great to talk to. Morning breakfast was always amazing and we had a great time talking with other guests. Our stay was everyhting and more then we hoped. We would highly recommnend a visit to the Timberholm.
5 on September 24, 2012
We stayed for two nights last week during a roadtrip through Vermont and we loved our visit! Tom was great, he cooked amazing breakfasts and gave us good advice about what we should do in the area. We loved their video collection, library, and of course, the hot tub. We would definitely make another trip to Stowe so we could stay at Timberholm!
4.2 on September 10, 2012
We loved this B&B. They upgraded our room to a larger size at no additional charge. The hot tub was nice. I was able to watch a football game on the large screen TV in the basement. The breakfast was exceptional and we were able to watch the birds and chipmunks on the deck. Our hosts were very pleasant and helpful. Also it was located near our hiking destinaton (Mt Mansfield). We would definitely stay again.
5 on September 06, 2012
The best B&B we have been to. Very wonderful host, great food, very clean and just such a very relaxing and great place.
4.6 on September 04, 2012
What a wonderful experience! The inn was quite and cozy. It is backed up to the woods and has a beautiful backdrop for a spectacular view. The breakfast was out this world and seemed to get better every day. Can’t wait to visit again.
4.6 on September 03, 2012
The b&b is very nice and well located to Stowe main attractions. The room are aclena and very confortable. The owners very fiendly.
5 on August 26, 2012
I spent two nights at Timberholm Inn and would highly recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great place to stay in the Stowe, Vermont area. Tom Barnes is an excellent inn keeper and is truly customer focused, not mention an outstanding cook. Speaking of food, Tom's breakfasts are fanatics and so are the brownies he bakes for your enjoyment. There is a wonderful deck where you can truly enjoy the peace and quiet from the busy world we all live in. I am dog, cat and wildlife lover and the inn has all three. I would go back in a minute. Loved my stay!
4.4 on August 21, 2012
The hosts were very helpful about local sights. The breakfasts were amazing- so much food that you won't be hungry for lunch until 2:00. The outside deck overlooking the mountains is so relaxing with a glass of wine. Tom provides glasses, plates, corkscrew, etc. whatever you need to eat a meal in. Very interesting and friendly people to share breakfast with everyday!
4.8 on August 18, 2012
I stayed at Timberholm for a long weekend with my boyfriend and we had a wonderful time. The inn is beautiful as is the property. The best part, however, was the breakfast! Every morning, they serve you fresh fruit, a homemade baked good and then something like eggs, pancakes, french toast, etc... it was plenty of food and all of it was so delicious. I also love that they have unlimited coffee in the morning and hot water with a great selection of tea throughout the day that you help yourself to. It was such a treat to help yourself to a free nice cup of tea at anytime of day. They also have tons of games, movies and books for the guests. My only complaint is that you can hear almost everything when you're there. Footsteps, closing doors, even some conversation can easily be heard from your room. I had read this in the reviews so I was prepared. The good thing is that the guests are all very courteous so I was never kept up from noise. If you want a relaxing weekend at a beautiful bed and breakfast in a fun town, I would absolutely recommend Timberholm!
5 on August 15, 2012
My husband and I recently stayed at the Timberholm Inn. Our room had everything that we needed for our stay. They have a beautiful view of the mountains and their gardens from the back deck. Peaceful and relaxing! Tom and Susan were very welcoming and the breakfast the next morning was delicious! Meeting Sophie, their sweet golden retriever, was a bonus. Would definitely stay at Timberholm Inn again if we are in the Stowe area.
4.8 on August 06, 2012
My husband and I enjoyed everything about our stay at the Timberholm Inn! Breakfast was amazing! Tom and Susan are such great hosts. The only reason I say one less star on the rooms is because the bathroom was pretty small, but we knew that when we booked the room. We enjoyed the porch and mountain view, as well as the relaxing atmosphere.We especially enjoyed Sophie their golden retriever, she really made us feel at home. If we make it back to Vermont we will definitely stay here again!
5 on July 30, 2012
We stayed at the Timberholm, had a great time, Jim made us feel like family, place was immaculately clean.
5 on July 12, 2012
we attended a family reunion this past weekend in stowe and fortunately picked the timberholm. food was excellent. beds comfortable. other guests were friendly. tom and susan, interesting and just plain nice. and their dog sophie i would have packed in my bag had she fit. the place will be the basis of many memories in years to come. i would definately return!
5 on June 24, 2012
The Timberholm Inn is an absolutely amazing place to stay in Stowe. It is close to the river, the town shops and restaurants, and the mountains. We had not made specific plans for our three-day stay in Stowe and Tom was very helpful at helping us pick out a winery for a tasting, a mountain trail to hike, and a few cold springs for the day it hit 95 degrees (very rare!). Breakfasts were fantastic and were so filling that they often allowed us to save some money and purchase small lunches. The Inn is set in a beautiful landscape, has tons of movies, books, and games for evening entertainment, and the back deck is perfect for enjoying a glass of Vermont wine. This will definitely be our home away from home for our next visit in Stowe!
5 on June 20, 2012
Absolutely fabulous stay at the Timberholm Inn! Definitely want to go there again.
4.0 on March 02, 2012
Cozy & Friendly! Like being welcomed at a relatives home! Thanks Tom and Sue!
4.8 on January 28, 2012
Breakfast was outstanding and the owner very friendly and helful. The living room area has large picture windows that look over back yard and mountains. Relaxing stay.
4.4 on January 23, 2012
Although our room was on the small side (as it was listed), that was all we needed. Tom was always very helpful and full of good suggestions and his breakfast was amazing. Way more then we expected. The price was great and we had a wonderful time! Would definitely stay again and recommend to everyone!!
3.6 on January 23, 2012
We enjoyed a very cozy and relaxing stay in the Timberholm Inn. It's great to enjoy a glass of wine in front of the fireplace and take in the view of the mountains in the distance. Wonderful!
4.4 on December 22, 2011
For the price, we expected the Timberholm to be clean, but basic. It far exceeded our expectations. The inn is cozy, if not downright gracious, without pretension. It's spotless, artfully decorated, definitely cozy and inviting, and all at an affordable price. Tom and Susan welcome their guests, then allow them to enjoy the space they have created at their leisure. I can only hope it doesn't change!
4.6 on November 26, 2011
We loved this bed and breakfast. The owners were wonderful and the breakfast each morning was delicious. Every night there was a fire in the fireplace. It was such a cozy place. I think most rooms are smaller than your normal hotel room, but ours was cozy and the bed was comfortable. We were upgraded to the Willow Room. If you want the ambience of Vermont, you will enjoy the Timberholm Inn. We are glad we chose it.
4.8 on October 31, 2011
The Timberholm Inn was a fabulous Vermont experience. Not only is the town of Stowe full of things to do and beautiful scenery to gaze at but the Timberholm Inn was like a home away from home(but even better considering the luxeries I don't have in my current home:hot tub, fireplace, games to play in the basement, etc.) to go back to each evening. After a busy day of hiking, shopping, zip lining, and sightseeing, relaxing in the hot tub with a glass of wine was a fabulous way to end the day. To top it off, we would wake up the next morning with and awesome chef quality breakfast to energize us for the new day. We LOVED Tom's ability to cook! It was by far some of the best breakfast we have had. I would suggest the Inn to anyone that would like a nice cozy home away from home while in Vermont. It was fabulous!!
3.8 on October 27, 2011
Great location overlooking mountains with wonderful deck for outdoor relaxing.
3.4 on October 20, 2011
The Timberholm Inn and it's keepers Tom and Susan was a wonderful in every respect but interior noise. The location and Inn is beautiful. The property is large with gorgeous views. The library and games room was an unexpected bonus.The owner's are personable and very helpful and the food was amazing. Unfortunately the Inn is a classic structure with little modern day sound proofing. The conversations, footsteps, snores and the night time amourous adventures of one's co-guests leave nothing to the imagination. It is not a complaint, just a caution.
4.2 on October 17, 2011
This is the second time my fiance and I have returned to the Timberhom inn, which shows how much we like it. The breakfast there is excellent and really out of this world, which is alot to say considering Stowe is not really a place for good food. The rooms are clean and rustic, we got upgraded to a suite and it was spacious and beautiful. The first time we went we had a room, it was small but also clean and comfortable. Definitely recommend!
4.4 on October 17, 2011
We loved this B&B. Our room, the Butternut room, was as advertised. Small and cozy, but just enough for us. Walls were a little thin though. The bed was very comfortable. The living room had a great fireplace, comfortable couches with a great deck overlooking the mountains. The grounds were beautiful as well. The breakfast was absolutely fantastic! Homemade goodies and coffee/tea all day. Great location and right near everything, but quiet and tucked away on a side street. We can't wait to go back!
3.6 on October 15, 2011
Tom is a great cook and made the start of our day special! Very quiet and delightful rest.
4.6 on October 11, 2011
We arrived to the smell of cookies baking in the oven and received a tour of the inn with Tom, a most friendly inn keeper. We enjoyed sharing conversation with people in the comfortable common area in the evening and then again at breakfast. We were fortunate to share our experience there with people from Australia and Germany. The inn is close to everything, the innkeeper a fantastic chef (a wonderful breakfast), the views were beautiful, and the experience there one that was the highlight of our Vermont vacation. The Timberholm is truly a rustic gem.
4.2 on October 09, 2011
I can recommend this nice B&B to all traveling to Stowe. The owners are very nice and friendly and the breakfast provides you with a perfect start into the new day!
3.2 on October 03, 2011
We stayed with friends, so common spaces were important and the timberholm did not disappoint there....lovely and great views. The b-fast was outstanding, food and service. We had "moderate" sized rooms per the description...they are not moderate in size by my standards...they are TINY. If making it around your bed is ok with you, then this is the B&B for you.
4.2 on October 03, 2011
Comfortable rooms, great breakfast, and friendly innkeepers! Our room's water had a pretty strong iron taste, but there is bottled water available.
3.0 on September 21, 2011
My stay was short, but quite relaxing. The public area is inviting, and I particularly enjoyed being able to bring my own wine and cheese, and use the inn's dishes on the outdoor porch. The breakfast was tasty , and fresh. I loved being able to play with the resident dog and cat. My only issue was not being able to check in before 3 pm.
4.6 on September 19, 2011
My husband and I stayed here for two days in September 2011. Timberholm Inn is a gem. Tom and Susan are so welcoming. We were given the Birch Room which was cozy, comfortable and spotlessly clean. Tom's breakfasts alone are worth a visit to Stowe - they are out of this world! We would definitely stay here again.
3.8 on September 14, 2011
Our Innkeeper Tom was very gracious and helpful. It's a nice cozy and welcoming place to stay with an excellent breakfast!
3.2 on September 09, 2011
I chose this Inn based on pricing and other reviews of B&Bs and Inns in Stowe. There are a hundred places to stay in the tiny town, most of which I am sure are quite charming. This one is in its own way and the rates seem reasonable for your return. My husband and I stayed in the tiniest room they have. They disclose the size of the room on the website and it's what I expected - very, very cozy. The bed (I think it was Full size) was VERY comfortable... the frame was a bit squeaky but it didn't take long to settle in at all. There is a large window in the room so we were able to enjoy the fresh mountain air. I can't comment on a/c (there is a window unit in the room) or the heat because we didn't need to use either during our stay. Our room was on the backside of the house facing a large yard and trees. The bathroom within our room was equally small but it was neat and clean. The only downside to the stay was that the floors in the hallway are very squeaky so you cannot miss anyone walking out in the hallway... whether you want to know if they are there or not! After being there a while it's not as noticeable unless people talk loudly or slam their doors, which happens in any hotel really. Definitely not handicap accessible. The breakfast was delicious - don't skip it! The best thing was a zucchini pineapple bread which I had never had before and it was delicious.They have a little firepit and a gazebo out back and a hot tub (which we did not use but it looked well kept). The place has plenty of books, games and movies to use if chilling out at basecamp is part of your plan. Lastly, the owners have a young golden retriever named Sophie and the innkeepers are respectful for people who don't love dogs (they don't let her run loose in the common area of the inn) but if you do, Sophie would love to fetch sticks with you in the back yard! I'd say the website is a good and honest representation of the Inn.
5 on September 03, 2011
My husband & I recently stayed at Timberhome Inn. It was a last hoorah to the summer. Everything about our stay was amazing! The room was immaculate, the view outstanding and the food was fit for a king. This was exactly what we were looking for.....a hidden gem of Vermont!
4.6 on August 18, 2011
The perfect ideal of the cozy ski-lodge. Fabulous full breakfasts from scratch. Wonderful common room with beautiful fireplace. Friendly hands-on owners.
4.6 on August 16, 2011
We don't customarily stay in B&B but thoroughly enjoyed this stop. After touring the village we returned to enjoy some wine we bought. The hosts provided the glasses and the beautiful back yard with Adirondack chairs. Our room was small but they had made that known before we booked. The next morning we had a breakfast that was top notch and enjoyed conversation with other guests. Great value.
5 on August 13, 2011
If you decide to stay at a Bed and Breakfast in Vermont this is it. There is none better nice cozy rooms beautiful scenery and the breakfast is to die for. Fall is an awesome time as it is in the mountains and the leaves are all sorts of colours.
4.8 on August 09, 2011
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Timberholm Inn this July (2011) and we both absolutely loved it! Tom and Susan were very friendly and accomodating; breakfast in the morning was delicious (I cannot emphasize this enough); and our room was lovely. Even though we had one of the smaller rooms everything was clean, convenient, and very comfortable. The grounds are also extensive but quiet and peaceful, and the Inn is situated in one of the best locations-it is off one of Stowe's busier, main roads, but very close to all of the town's best attractions. We were also there for the Balloon Festival, and had an ideal view of the launches from the Inn . Tom and Susan are excellent innkeepers, and we look forward to returning to the Timberholm in the future. Anyone looking for a restful and afforable B&B in the Stowe area would be foolish not to look closely at the Timberholm!
4.4 on August 08, 2011
My Family stayed at this in 14 years ago and I new it was a rustic type in which we enjoyed then as well as this trip. The Inn Keeper was very good with helping us pick out things to do and gave us directions to get there. The rooms were clean and the bed was very comfortable. The best breakfast we had on our week long trip was at the Timberholm Inn!!!! Love the fresh and local products that he used. We will return.
4.0 on July 27, 2011
Tom is a wonderful host , breakfast was always perfect. The setting is lovely not too far from town and peaceful. What a great special touch to have fresh lemonade and cookies ready in the afternoon after returning from our daily adventures. Highly recommended Ted
4.2 on July 07, 2011
We spent a saturday night at the Inn and everything was great - from how we were received when we arrived to the dinner recommendations to the delicious breakfast sunday morning!
5 on June 29, 2011
Dan and I stayed one night this past weekend, and just loved it! We watched the hummingbirds and woodpeckers feeding as we ate Tom's amazing oatmeal pancakes! Thanks Tom and Susan! Dan and Michelle
3.8 on February 14, 2011
The place was great, Tom and Susan were very friendly, welcoming and helpful! We would surely come back in a future trip to Stowe!
4.8 on January 29, 2011
A very comfortable and cozy little Bed & Breakfast with spectacular views. Tom provided fabulous care and attention and his food was delicious!
5 on January 13, 2011
You wake up to a crackling fire and the wonderful aroma of freshly brewed coffee in the great room. Soon, the birds come to the feeders on the balcony as you see the mountains glisten with pristine snow. Then Tom comes to greet you with a fresh fruit cup (not out of a can!), assorted home-baked goods and another delicious fare, a different one each day. He is not only a gourmet cook but a sensitive innkeeper, knowing exactly when to leave you to enjoy your privacy as if you are in your own home. A great place in the heart of town, yet remote and private! Thank you, Tom and Susan! Erika Bekesi
3.2 on October 13, 2010
Thank you so much for your hospitality. The bed was comfy, the fireplace cozy and the food was delicious! I really enjoyed my time at your inn and hope it will be longer next time!
4.8 on August 23, 2010
A wonderful place - relaxing and comfortable. The hosts, Tom and Susan, operate the Inn with great care. The location is very convenient to Stowe, yet is also off the beaten track. Great views from a large deck - wonderfully kept grounds all around. The great room has comfortable furniture, lots of books and games. My wife and I stayed here a year ago on our first trip to Stowe and liked it so much, we decided to stay here during our second trip to this beautiful part of the country. The pride that Tom and Susan have in the buildings and grounds is quite evident in the way that they have invested their resources in making long-term improvements in an already wonderful inn. After having stayed in a few other B&B's throughout the U.S., I can say without hesitation that Timberholm is tough to beat when it comes to providing a rewarding B&B experience at such a tremendous value. We look forward to returning to Timberholm next year!
4.4 on July 19, 2010
I stayed at the Timberholm Inn from July 15-18, 2010. The location was good, a little away from downtown Stowe, but close enough to take advantage of the town and its amenities. Tom and Susan were my favorite kind of hosts. They were attentive without being intrusive. Tom is a great cook. His chocolate chip scone was amazing. I stayed in the Spruce Room, which was, I believe the polite word is, cozy. But it was plenty big enough for me to sleep in the comfortable queen sized bed. I would recommend the Timberholm Inn to a friend.
5 on July 17, 2010
My spouse and I decided to celebrate our 10 year anniversary with a trip to Vermont and a simple but legal wedding. In order to have a more embracing experience of Vermont we decided to stay in a Bed and Breakfast versus a hotel or motel. We did our research on line, communicated with those places that caught our eye via email and decided to stay at the Timberholm Inn in Stowe. What a wonderful decision that was. We flew into Burlington, were in our rental car in minutes, and at the Timberholm Inn within the hour. We were in awe of the natural beauty we found on arriving at Timberholm. Nestled in the beautiful mountains Timberholm had everything we hoped for including Sophie a beautiful Golden Retriever puppy. Once there Susan and Tom continued to do everything to make our stay perfect. Timberholm Inn is beautiful, immaculately clean and comfortable. In fact, I who have a phobia to strange sleeping quarters, slept like a baby every night. We chose to have a TV in our room which we never turned on. Each morning we had the most delicious breakfasts in the Great Room made by Tom using fresh, locally grown ingredients. The smells from the kitchen were heavenly. In this setting we made new acquaintances which added to the wonderfulness of the experience. Each afternoon, on our return home from hiking the trails, walking the nature walks, or a trip to the winery we were greeted with fresh baked cookies or brownies accompanied by delicious teas or coffee, which we enjoyed on the deck. Being strangers to the area, Tom and Susan gave us the names of the restaurants they go to and made reservations on our behalf. At our wedding ceremony (on the lawn, in front of the gazebo), Susan even took the pictures. Unfortunately, our stay at Timberholm Inn came to an end but we guarantee that we’ll be back again, and highly suggest that you visit and find out why.
5 on July 07, 2010
We have travelled the US and Europe to include the West Coast of Ireland and this ranked as our favorite B&B and best service! Wonderful time in our first time in Stowe and we will now return to the Timberholm whenever we can. The drive from Baltimore is worth it. Stowe is a great place to stay and unwind and enjoy the mountains. Tom and Sharon were excellent hosts and we felt like we were staying with family! Outstanding breakfasts that kept us from eating any lunch....great quantities and well prepared. Quiet, peaceful rooms, very clean and wonderful mountain touches. Stocked "pub" down stairs, great deck with great mountain views, birds, squirrels, a friendly cat "Charlie" and Sophie the Golden. Best of all is the sincere friendship and helpfulness they give you on the local sites and restaurants. 5 STAR!!
4.4 on April 05, 2010
Awesome Breakfast and after ski dessert/tea. We planned a 5 day stay/ski week in Stowe and this lodging helped make our trip a blast! We would have a delicious 3 course breakfast (fruits, scones, muffins, egg furtada's, oatmeal pancakes, maple banana waffles, fresh coffee, fresh cider and oj, etc). We hit the slopes right after breakfast and kept us going right through lunch until the early afternoon. We would come back and there would be hot water for tea or cocoa, brownies or cookies. In the basement there is a lounge area where there is table shuffleboard and plenty of old-school VHS tapes (and DVDs as well). We watched Look Who's Talking and some old Warren Miller Ski film from the 80s. There was a lot of privacy by having a private bathroom in our room (Chestnut) and the other guests were friendly. Would recommend this Inn to anyone.
4.8 on March 16, 2010
The Timberholm is truly magical. Our expectations were beyond exceeded. Tom and Susan are the most gracious hosts and they make you feel completely comfortable. The breakfasts were simply amazing, and the afternoon treats were great to come back to after a long day of skiing. One step into the Timberholm and you can see all the love that has been put into it; I have never felt so cozy at a place that was not my home. The Timberholm is the perfect place to stay in Vermont...you will not be disappointed!
5 on December 17, 2009
My husband and I stayed at the Timberholm for four nights for our honeymoon. We were unbelievably happy with Tom and Susan and our entire experience. The breakfast was truly amazing, and the view from the dining table took our breath away. We spent several nights in front of the oversized fireplace, and also enjoyed the year-round hot tub. Tom and Susan went out of their way to make our honeymoon picture perfect. Our only regret is not spending our entire honeymoon at the Timberholm. We highly recommend it, and will definitely be back!
4.8 on December 17, 2009
Tom and Susan are wonderful hosts. Timberholm Inn is a beautiful place to spend time enjoying all the great things Vermont has to offer. We were made to feel like we were at home from the moment we arrived. Their warm hospitality, great food (incredible food), and kindness have us planning our return trip in 2010. Happy New Year!! Greg & John
4.0 on November 08, 2009
Great innkeepers! Wonderful, quiet and relaxing inn with awesome breakfast. The great room is aptly named with wonderful views and plenty of comfy couches to relax, read and enjoy a warm cookie with tea. Nice location was quiet and off the main road but close to all the attractions. We will definitely go back!
4.8 on October 09, 2009
We stayed in Arbor Suites and could not have had better accommodations. Wanted to take Tom home with us to cook for us. Breakfast was excellent. We enjoyed our stay extremely well and would return again.
5 on July 12, 2009
The Inn and grounds are beautiful and serene. Tom gave us a free upgrade to the best room because we were the only guests for the night. The breakfast was wonderful with fresh granola from the farmers market and omelets made with the eggs from their chickens. We felt very well taken care of and highly recommend the Inn for a relaxing get-a-way.
5 on May 29, 2009
We were extremely pleased with our experience there. The hosts were very friendly and the breakfast was outstanding.
1.8 on October 07, 2008
out of the way quiet location.
1.8 on October 03, 2008
Host Susan is new to the property. "Contract" said no kids under 12 yet toddler in room above kept us awake. When Susan told she said I had signed a contract. We were required to complete payment the moment we first arrived. Walls very thin, floor creaks above you, can here voices in room above. Rooms not that clean. Dissappointing, would never return. Susan is an attorney.
I wanted to explain why this guest had a less than stellar stay with us. The previous owners allowed children of all ages. We inherited many pre-booked reservations that included young children. We changed the Inn policy to exclude children under 12 due to the noise factor. Last fall we closed for construction and cleaned every nook and cranny. We receive many compliments on the cleanliness of the Timberholm. Thank you and I hope you come back and see us again!
5 on February 15, 2008
Had a wonderful stay at the Timberholm. All the extra details, such as a little box of chocolate in the room at our arrival, tea, coffee, and soup available in the afternoon and into early evening, a real fire in the fireplace, etc., make this one of the better B&B's we've stayed in. And, I too have to mention the delicious breakfast - All fresh ingredients.
5 on August 27, 2007
The hosts were marvelous. Very helpful, accomadating and friendly. I have a gluten intolerance so, in my room, I was greeted with delicious gluten-free chocolate chip cookies (yummy!). Breakfast was also a gluten-free heavenly experience. We would definitely return to this B&B.
5 on July 25, 2007
If you want to feel cared for and taste great food this is the place to stay in Vermont. Rich and Darrick are so kind and will make you very welcome. We had the best time here, and it made quite a few other places we stayed in afterwards seem boring and bland. Their food is the delicious and all homemade, sourced locally. When we asked our children the place they liked the most, they both said Timberholm. Rich and darrick also go the extra mile for their guests - time and again they did that for us - and that was before we'd even flown over!!
5 on April 18, 2007
I had a terrific experience at Timberholm. The breakfasts are delicious and the innkeepers Darrick and Rich are fantastic and attentive hosts. They made me feel completely at home. The soup in the afternoon should not be missed! It is phenomenal, an experience in its own right. I've stayed in the Americana room, which was roomy, quiet, and very comfortable. I slept very well on the bed. I've also stayed in the Sage room, which was one of the smaller rooms, but equally comfortable. Everything was very clean and well taken care of. The prices are also very reasonable. If you're staying in Stowe, Timberholm is definitely a terrific place to stay!