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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
Nearest Airport: BTV
Amenities for The Pitcher Inn
- General Information
- 11 Guest Rooms
- Only 16+ Years Permitted
- Wine Cellar
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- Afternoon Tea
- On-Site Amenities
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- CD Players
- Whirlpool Bathtubs
- Heated Floors
- Individually Designed Rooms
- En-Suite Bathrooms
- Sleigh Rides
- Antique Shopping
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for The Pitcher Inn
We have been to the Inn several times, but things were a little different this time. We stayed in Ski 2xs before and Mountain on the last occasion. We were blown away during the last two visits, and expected the same given the sharp increase in price (up around $300 per night, from about $500 to over $800). The towels in the room were miss-matched and not very soft, the breakfast no longer includes scones and muffins, afternoon tea was discontinued, and the two restaurants now share the same menu. There were a few other little things, but it is the little things that make a difference. We typically eat dinner at the Inn, but with one limited menu, we ventured out to have other options. We found the one dinner we did have in the Inn to be ok, but not worth the price, and not necessarily the type of food one is looking for when vacationing in Vermont. All the little details, and perhaps to be expected as the owner was trying to sell the Inn, and Ari, the long-time manager, has left, but it's not what one expects from a Relais and Chateaux at this price point. I looked forward to chatting with Ari during breakfast, as he would have good recommendations for things to do and see dependent on the weather. I never did meet his replacement. The staff is friendly and accommodating, although some of the new wait staff seemed a bit casual. We hope plans are being made to invest some money back into the INN, and to bring back the little things that are now a miss. We still love the Inn, as the rooms we have stayed in are pretty spectacular, and the area is just beautiful.
Shelley S - Mount Laurel, New Jersey
There are so many things I wish to write about this place! But I donâ€™t like long reviews. So... Located in the heart of a small village it is as picture perfect of New England as it can be. Each room has been beautifully decorated to inspire a different mood. There are artifacts in the hallways and rooms which are amazing! There are also 2 large suits in a nearby cottage suitable for pets. Food is perfect. We had breakfast and dinner - sublime. We have been there in the early fall. I think in the winter the place becomes a fairytale, magical. I cannot wait to go back!
Me74126500 - Connecticut
When this historic property burned down in the 1990s the owners spared no expense in rebuilding. Each room is unique, with first class amenities and wood burning fireplaces. The food in the restaurant is excellent and the staff friendly and accommodating. The Pitcher is not cheap, but pours with such graciousness that you won't mind a bit. Manage to hit days when the leaves are at their peak and the entire experience is magical.
johncgore - Boca Raton, Florida
The reception as one comes in is very late in coming. Once it the people were nice and the food was OK. The attitude for getting reservations for dinner in either of the 2 restaruants is just a joke. They are not always that busy, but pretend to be. There seems to be no managment. This is a reiew of the restaurants only.
The Pitcher Inn is an old favorite that we've stayed at many times, although not in the past few years. Our return visit this past weekend was disappointing in some aspects. Our room, Calvin Coolidge, had multiple stains on the carpet and peeling paint in the bathroom. The outside chairs were dusty. Friends staying in Chester Arthur had light bulbs that were out, and a frayed bath mat. Other rugs in the public room seem frayed and tired. The silverware at breakfast one morning was badly tarnished. All little details, and perhaps to be expected as the owner has been trying to sell the inn, and Ari, the long-time manager, has left, but it's not what one expects from a Relais and Chateaux at this price point. The food remains excellent, and the stuff is friendly and accommodating, although some of the new wait staff seemed a bit casual. Mason still makes one feel welcome at dinner at 275 Main. We hope plans are afoot to invest some money in this place and bring it back to its former glory. It has always been perfect in prior visits, and at its best it's hard to beat.
philipladd - Boston, Massachusetts