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The Pitcher Inn in Warren, Vermont

The Pitcher Inn is situated along the banks of the Mad River in one of the most picturesque villages in Vermont. Originally built in the 18th century, the inn was named one of New England's Best by Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report and has been recognized by Condé Nast Traveler readers as one of the Top 100 Hotels in the Mainland US. Elegant and whimsical at once, this distinguished member of Relais & Chateaux features just 11 exquisitely appointed guest rooms and suites.

Surrounded by mountains and nestled in the village of Warren, The Pitcher Inn is the perfect base for exploring the charms of Vermont's small towns, rolling green farmlands, and renowned ski areas. Hit the slopes at Sugarbush Ski Resort for some alpine skiing, take a sleigh ride, hunt for antiques, then return to the inn to relax by the fire and savor a menu of inspired contemporary American cuisine and one of the region's best-stocked wine cellars.

Location of The Pitcher Inn

The Pitcher Inn
275 Main Street
Warren, Vermont

Nearest Airport: BTV

Amenities for The Pitcher Inn

  • General Information
  • 11 Guest Rooms
  • Only 16+ Years Permitted
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Afternoon Tea
  • On-Site Amenities
  • WiFi
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • CD Players
  • Televisions
  • Whirlpool Bathtubs
  • Heated Floors
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • En-Suite Bathrooms
  • Activities
  • Bicycling
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Nearby
  • Restaurants
  • Golf
  • Antique Shopping
  • Interests
  • Summer Getaways

Reviews for The Pitcher Inn

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Warren provided for a perfect spot to unplug and rejuvenate. In this quaint New England Town sits the Pitcher Inn. Upon arrival, our room (Trout) was not quite ready as there had been a large wedding the night before ( and the bride and groom had our room as their wedding suite). This gave us time to enjoy a glass of Chardonnay on the porch while watching the comings and boings of the Warren Store (directly across the street). Upon checkin, we were greeted by Nancy, a very friendly hostess. Our room was lovely, tastefully decorated with every fishing accessory imaginable:an old boat motor, oars, tackle, fishing books, and more. The floors are a gorgeous reclaimed hardwood. The wood of ceiling is that of the inside of a beautiful yacht. The bed is made of tree limbs and it it most comfortable with its lush linens. Several hand carved benches are around the room and a separate seating area is complete with comfortable leather chairs and ottoman (perfect for tackling the NT Times crossword puzzle). A large stone fireplace allowed us to enjoy a raging bedside fire. So cozy and romantic ! The private veranda overlooks lovely gardens and the river. The bathroom is very Vermont-esque (in decor) and well equipped with large soaking tub and shower, and large vanity. Breakfast was divine and dinner in Tracks pub was a treat. Don't miss seeing Tracks! What a special pub. This was THE perfect spot for this tired couple to recharge. Highly recommend a visit.

Theresa B

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

The Pitcher Inn came highly recommended to us. When we pulled into Warren we were dismayed, to say the least, to find the street directly in front of the Inn, just feet from the front door, being torn up by a huge, highway sized Caterpillar shovel with a dump truck nearby full of gravel. The village was laying cobblestones on the main street. We had received NO notification of the construction, although we were told the Inn had known for a week, and since we were paying nearly $700 a night we were pretty angry. Construction was slated for 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Lodge room is what one Inn management tried to call romantic. We found it to be incredibly dimly lit.... nothing higher than a 25 watt bulb in any lamp, even the ones meant for reading in bed. In addition, the AC was not working properly and we had to ask housekeeping for a fan. As the only window that would open was on the front of the Inn, an open window could only last until 7 a.m. And while it sounds picky, for the cost of this room, I expect large fluffy towels -- not ones that are stiff from washing. After we complained mightily we were reimbursed for part of our stay but I felt if we hadn't made our anger known the Inn would have charged us full freight. The food at the Inn was very good as it should be at a Relais Chateaux hotel. However, after offering us a "complementary" glass of champagne our dinner bill listed the price of the champagne and then deducted it as if to let us know just how much we had saved. Tacky, tacky. We had planned our trip to the Pitcher Inn as part of a special anniversary. I think the Inn is resting on past laurels. What we experienced was not good business practices. A place that charges these kinds of prices should be really special, not middle of the (torn up) road.

Martha M

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

Because it was a long drive for us to come here for dinner, we decided to stay the night. The Pitcher Inn is a remarkably lovely hotel in a tiny, charming Vermont town. Before we arrived we were somewhat surprised to read that it is a Relais et Châteaux property, but as soon as we stepped over the threshold we could see why. The hotel is gorgeous and filled with interesting nooks and details. Evidently the original building burned down in a fire in the 1990's, and was rebuilt in faithful New England style. Each of the rooms has a different, distinctive décor. We stayed in the spacious Lodge room, filled with references to the Freemasons. Our stay was very comfortable. Only two mild complaints: one, the Lodge's bathroom is rather dark and the light controls are a bit confusing. Two, the afternoon tea could be improved -- the only food offered was white bread sandwiches with jam and cream cheese. It would have been nice to have something else available. Other than that, the Pitcher Inn is simply lovely.

BrynMawrBK - Bryn Mawr, PA

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 months ago

This was our first time at Pitcher Inn, and it exceeded our expectations in every detail. The expansive room was stunning, and the attention to detail in the design was incredible. The room was larger and more beautiful in person than in photos, and was a very pleasant surprise. The staff was very welcoming and accommodating, and our evening at Tracks restaurant was wonderful. Excellent food, great service and a warm and fun atmosphere. The drive up Route 100 was very scenic. It must be incredible during fall foliage. We loved the Pitcher Inn, and can't wait to return!

Jeff512tr - Celebration, Florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 months ago

First off let me say that all of the staff were very accommodating and friendly, from front desk to hostess to wait staff and cleaning service personnel. Our room, 'Lodge', was unique and our stay was comfortable and relaxed. The inn is unique and the decor is showcases the gem that is Vermont. We stayed a couple of months ago and there is one issue that still bothers me, especially for a Relais and Chateaux property, we had two dinners while we stayed there, one at our expense and one as part of a package. On both occasions, our wait staff added an automatic gratuity to our bill, and this is for two people, not a group. I have witnessed this practice being done to British tourists is high tourist areas in high churn restaurants on Bourbon St. and midtown Manhattan by wait staff who assume they will not receive a tip from vacationing foreigners; but an automatic gratuity added on the check of a couple dining at a Relais and Chateaux?! I have to honestly say that it made me feel like a rube. We are well seasoned travelers and often luxury travelers, so for a tip to be plopped right on our bill (not once, but twice) as if we do not have the decorum or decency to tip by our own accord is truly insulting. The new owner should inform his staff to stop this highly rude and déclassé practice.

CriticsDarling X - Carlisle, Massachusetts

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