Four Columns Inn in Newfane, Vermont
Nestled at the foot of a private mountain, Four Columns Inn sets the mood for romance and adventure on the classic Village Green of Newfane, just outside Brattleboro in southern Vermont. Lose yourselves on the beautiful grounds surrounding this Select Registry affiliate and succumb to life's simple pleasures. Your elegant suite will delight the senses with a warm and cozy fireplace, antique style furnishings, and luxuriously appointed bath facilities that include a soothing spa tub. A fine dining experience is served up at the inn's gourmet restaurant, where New American fusion cuisine and a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list excite the discerning palate.
Throughout the year, this corner of Southern Vermont is bursting with excitement and activities. In warmer months, hike, bike or stroll over woodland trails and covered bridges, or canoe and kayak down rushing streams and rivers. Championship golf courses are only a stone's throw away, and shoppers are in heaven among tucked-away antique shops and elegant designer outlets. In winter, sip a fireside drink after days of downhill or cross-country skiing at one of five nearby ski resorts or mellow out on snowshoes or sleigh rides at a local farm. Arts-inclined guests may take advantage of world-class music concerts or visit dozens of galleries and exhibits throughout the area.
Location of Four Columns Inn
Nearest Airport: VSF
Amenities for Four Columns Inn
- General Information
- 16 Guest Rooms
- Historic Sites
- Food & Wine
Reviews for Four Columns Inn
My wife and I stayed at the Inn overnight on a return trip from Canada. Checking in was a little bit disappointing as we were left standing at the desk for 10 minutes waiting for a staff member to turn up. Not the biggest inconvenience, but when you've been driving for 4 hours, you just wish to settle in as quickly as possible. We stayed in one of the South Newfane rooms, the bedroom of which had been tastefully finished, however the bathroom could do with some updating to make it comparable to the former. Also, we found columns of ants crawling over floor in the morning, which was a little unsettling. The restaurant is perfectly adequate, but a little off (e.g. a side plate used as the lid on a tea pot, forgotten orders). I've a feeling that we caught them at a particularly busy time of the year when the staff were overstretched, so perhaps it wasn't a true reflection of the place. I've a feeling with a little more focus it could be a real gem.
Wanderer6 - Boston, Massachusetts
This was a return trip to the Four Columns and it was just as wonderful as our first experience. We love the picture postcard setting and the beautiful, cozy rooms with superb amenities. But the best part is the friendly and professional staff - Meghan at the front desk was a great help with directions and local advice, Casey in the restaurant made our dining experiences very memorable. Can't say enough about the whole team (George, Sage, et al.), thanks for a great stay.
Don L - Atlanta, Georgia
This must be the best Inn you can stay in Vermont, the place is beautiful, and full of New England flavour, the rooms are comfortable, first time I can sleep in a bed not mine without complain, the staff will go the extra mile to accommodate and please you, and the jewel of the crown is the restaurant, you will be dining in one of the best restaurants in the country, and I am not exaggerating.
We spent a cold and blustry night holed up in the comfy confines of the 4 Columns Hotel. Our room was very comfortable and warm. We had a great gourmet meal in the dinner room by the roaring fire. The staff were outstanding, very professional. We got a great deal on ski tickets for Stratton as part of our package. Excellent value and we will be back.
We stayed here for our anniversary and it was beautiful. Our room was lovely and comfortable. Dinner was fantastic and waking up in the morning and eating farm fresh eggs while watching the chickens roam around the back yard was a real treat. I can't say enough about Four Columns Inn.