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Venue Descriptions

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Contact the Stowe Mountain Resort Hospitality Sales Office at 802.253.3666.

The Great Room & Patio at Spruce Camp Base Lodge
The Great Room is a stunning work of upscale, alpine architecture. Grand, enchanting, romantic, unique and fantastic are many of the adjectives used to describe this stunning venue. The Great Room offers a full service bar with 30’ native stone fire-place and a lounge area with sliders to the slope-side stone patio. The expansive patio has a wood burning fireplace and is an inviting location for wedding ceremonies and cocktail receptions. The Great Room is the perfect setting for mid to large size weddings and due to its unique floor plan will accommodate 100 – 300+ guests.

The Cliff House
The Cliff House is one of the most unique destinations in all of New England. It is nestled into the shoulder of Vermont’s highest peak, at an elevation of 3,625’, with stunning rocky cliffs as a backdrop. It is accessed only by Gondola and offers dramatic views of the surrounding Green Mountains and valley below. An outdoor deck provides the perfect location for ceremonies and cocktail receptions. (available seasonally) The Cliff House is the perfect location for small to mid-size weddings with a capacity to seat up to 75 guests.

The Mansfield Ballroom & Terrace Garden
The Mansfield Ballroom is located at the base of the Toll Road Trail in the Toll House Conference Center. With a vaulted cathedral ceiling; walls of arched windows; natural light and views of the surrounding mountains, the ballroom is an inspiring venue for a wedding reception. The adjacent Terrace Garden is the perfect complement to the Ballroom and offers a natural setting for ceremonies and cocktail receptions.

Mountain Chapel
The Mountain Chapel is located about halfway up on the Mt. Mansfield Toll Road, near the juncture of several ski and hiking trails. It can be reached by automobile and foot in the warm weather months and by skis or snowboard in the winter. The chapel is available for weddings, memorial services and other events, as well as for public worship and private devotions. Services performed at the Chapel  are officiated by ordained persons who are accredited through the Association of Theological Schools (or their like). For general information about the mountain chapel, contact David or Louise Ransom at (802) 644-8144.