The Four Chimneys Inn is a wonderfully inviting Georgian revival mansion on 11 splendid acres in historic Old Bennington in Southern Vermont. Ten beautifully and uniquely decorated guest rooms include all of the modern amenities while maintaining their old world grandeur. All have private baths, high speed internet access, TVs, air conditioners and individual heat controls. Many have jetted-tubs and gas fireplaces. Each room has its own special charm and comes with a full country breakfast. Use us as your launch pad for day trips to Williamstown, MA (just 10 miles away), Manchester, VT, Saratoga Springs, NY and more, visit area revolutionary war sites, enjoy downtown Bennington, or just relax on a bench under an apple tree. Unwind with a cool martini or hot toddy in our cocktail lounge or join us for dinner and experience the amazing culinary delights of our culinary team. Year-round lodging and seasonal fine dining.
This spacious room has a king bed, gas fireplace and a large sitting area in front of a seven-bay window overlooking the South lawn and stone wall. An oversized Jacuzzi tub in a beautiful marble and tile bathroom add to the romance of this wonderful room.
Nightly Rate: $249-$299
Relax in a king four-poster bed in this very spacious 2nd floor room overlooking the front lawns. This classic room is decorated in warm and comfortable colors and has a beautiful marble bathroom with a two-person floor-to-ceiling marble shower. From October to April the wood burning fireplace is set to light with real wood (not Duraflame logs) making it our most popular room on chilly nights.
Four Chimneys Inn Bennington, Vermont - Room 3-King. Old world ambiance, king size four-poster bed, gas fireplace and a love seat. This very spacious 2nd floor room has great sunlight from a large bay window with a view of Mount Anthony. The bathroom has is nicely rennovated with a new jetted tub, shower and antique pedestal sink.
Nightly Rate: $249-$299
Bright, cheery and blue. This corner room on the 2nd floor has three large French-paned windows and a queen-size sleigh bed. Large bathroom has standard-size tub/shower combo and antique pedestal sink. Cozy and cute.
Nightly Rate: $149-$189
Four Chimneys Inn Bennington, Vermont. Room 5 Queen (plus day bed) This large romantic room is a favorite among couples on romantic getaways as well as weary travelers resting for the night. Tucked under the third floor eaves, this room has bed and breakfast charm while having a surprising amount of space! This large room has a gas fireplace, private bath with oversized jetted tub and plenty of room to relax.
Nightly Rate: $199-$259
This darling blue and white room on the third floor has a queen bed, antique dresser and antique secretary desk. Although this room is one of our smaller rooms, the charm of the ceiling eaves and lace-curtained windows overlooking the front lawns make it a favorite of singles and couples alike. In this room, there is an extra large, newly tiled bathroom with an antique pedestal sink and Jacuzzi-jets in the tub. You do need to climb two flights of stairs to get to this charming room.
Just a few yards from the main house is the wonderfully private, completely renovated, original Ice House. This unique guest room has two levels. Downstairs is the bedroom with gas fireplace, small sitting area and TV. Up the spiral staircase is a loft living room with a desk, TV and twin trundle bed. The bath which is downstairs, has a walk-in shower. This room, with its brick and pine motif conjures up the comfy feelings of coming home to warm lodge after a long day on the slopes. Add $25 for third guest.
Nightly Rate: $199-$259
Four Chimneys Inn Bennington, Vermont - Room 9-King. Adjoining the ice house, just a few yards behind the main house is the charming and sunny original carriage house. Large guest quarters include a king-sized bed, gas fireplace and bath. Very private and cozy!
Nightly Rate: $199-$259
Four Chimneys Inn, Bennington Vermont. Room 10-Queen This is a large first-floor room with a queen size bed and twin bed, private bath and gas fireplace (Sept - May). Look out onto foliage, the falling snow, or the birds of summer while reading and enjoying coffee or cocktails on a small, private,French-paned porch. (This room is also wheelchair assessable.)
This large first floor room has its own private heated glassed-in porch, complete with French-paned windows and doors. The bedroom is large, has a king sized bed, private bath with tub/shower, gas fireplace and two comfy easy chairs. A large bay window provides excellent sunlight and overlooks the front lawns in the foreground with an impressive view of Mount Anthony in the background.
Nightly Rate: $249-$299
Red white and lovely. This room has a small bedroom with a queen bed. adjacent to the bedroom is a small sitting room with a couch, TV and desk. The spacious bathroom has a tub/shower combination. You will need to climb two flights of stairs to get to this charming room.
Nightly Rate: $179-$229
5 on August 05, 2014
Our room was large, bright, and beautiful, as was the bathroom. Breakfast was fantastic- with white tablecloth service. Lynn was super nice! Great place-
4.2 on July 27, 2014
We were surprised that they waited up for our late arrival!
4.8 on April 29, 2014
This is a beautiful inn in a nice location. The room was perfect for our needs, and we enjoyed a great breakfast in a lovely dining area.
5 on April 09, 2014
We can't wait to return! We stayed in Room 1 and greatly enjoyed every aspect of our visit. The innkeeper greeted us with a very warm reception and check-in was very fast and easy. Our room was beautiful, spacious, and very clean. The bed and couch were extremely comfortable and the master bath was luxurious, very well designed and fitted with a large jacuzzi bathtub that made our stay particularly relaxing. Our breakfast in the morning was exceptionally good and the dining room was delightful, full of natural light and charming decor. The inn was quiet, set back far enough from the road so as not to hear the traffic, and in an excellent location, very near to the city center and a charming antique shop, located just across the road. We look forward to staying here in the future and recommend it highly to others, particularly couples on romantic get-away.
5 on February 12, 2014
We would definitely stay here again. We loved our room, and the food was fantastic. It made our stay in Vermont wonderful.
5 on December 01, 2013
We stayed at the Four Chimneys Inn Thursday and Friday of Thanksgiving 2013. We're from the seacoast in New Hampshire and the 3 hour drive was a pleasure, especially the last hour's worth in Vermont where scenic mountain vistas dominated the 2500 foot ascent into the Bennington area. The Innkeepers were immediately receptive, attentive, and willing to listen to our rambling even with the bustle of a Thanksgiving melee - first and foremost this inn is about the professionalism of its owners. That aside - we stayed in Room #1, and it did not disappoint. A southern 7 window wide bay with a couch meant as sunny a private nook as they come, and a spacious, hospital clean private path with tiled everything and a jacuzzi tub was just the ticket for some serious post Thanksgiving turkey coma. My wife and I are both computer programmers and hadn't taken any time off to 'reboot' in over 18 months. I cannot overstate what a great choice Four Chimneys Inn was to clear the cobwebs out of our brains. Added bonus: We're fairly avid antiquers, and didn't know a three story antique shop was literally the next door up and across the street from the Inn (Camelot Antiques). We spent a solid 2 hours in there, bustling around before we finished the first loop. Aside from a delightful Thanksgiving dinner, provided by local Pangea Catering, the morning Breakfasts were not the usual afterthought many B&Bs afford. I'm an oaf of a guy and I struggled to finish the large portions of homemade hash browns, bacon, sausages, pancakes, and fresh fruit and coffee. A sprig of rosemary on the plate was metaphorical tip of the hat a place as classy as this one hides in every detail. We will be back before this decade is done.
5 on November 17, 2013
My husband has been very reluctant to go to a bed and breakfast, finally he agreed to try one. We chose Four Chimneys Inn because we wanted something close to NYS. What an experience for our first time - my husband is already checking the calendar to see when we can return. The setting of this inn is like walking into a Norman Rockwell neighborhood. You are surrounded by beautiful homes, covered bridges and the heart of the town. We were impressed that we didn't hear a peep from any of the rooms and it was full when were there. The room was exactly as it appeared on-line. The food was delicious and plentiful. We were encouraged not to rush to check out. The atmosphere is pure relaxation. We will definitely return.
5 on October 24, 2013
The grounds and building are beautiful and our room was spectacular. We were warmly greeted by a lovley innkeeper and had a great experience right on through to our departure. We visited at a busy time of year (October), so we only got to see a few of the rooms (besides our own). All were quite charming, clean and well maintained. In addition to a very good breakfast both days, we had a wonderful dinner where the lamb was cooked to perfection. We highly recommend and will return.
5 on September 23, 2013
My wife and I are experienced international travelers who have both lived in and visited a fair amount of countries and stayed in a wide array of excellent lodgings. I only mention that to put into context for you just how satisfied we were with our stay at the Four Chimney’s Inn. We think back on the places we have stayed at, the sights we have seen, the service we have enjoyed…and our stays in the care of Lynn and the wonderful environment she has created are just of a different category. The atmosphere, the warmth, the peacefulness and overall warm energy we felt were just unparalleled. Yes, we expected to relax in a Vermont Bed and Breakfast. Yes, we expected to be treated well. Yes, we expected to leave our cares at the door, etc. Like I said in the title of this review, every expectation was exceeded. If you are looking for that quintessential B&B experience, you will find it here and then some. We cannot recommend the Four Chimney’s highly enough.
5 on August 24, 2013
This inn is beautiful and charming. Or room was beautifully decorated in soothing blue tones. (I even asked the innkeeper for the color which she graciously provided for me.) Original hardwood floors and mahogany four poster bed and a bank of windows that let in afternoon light. The bed was very comfortable and the room clean. We decided not to go out and ate dinner at the restaurant and are very happy we did. The duck was excellent and the vegan dish outstanding. We will definitely return to this gem of an inn.
Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Outlet Stores
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Conference Rooms, Copier, Videos, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Covered Bridges, Revolutionary War history, Sleigh RIdes, Grandma Moses Exhibit, Grandma Moses Exhibit, Shopping, Sight-seeing