Dinner unfolds in the elegantly casual Dining Room, with charcoal walls, cherry tables, and a cognac leather Chesterfield sofa surveying the Warren village center. Large windows frame the view to the back garden and Freeman Brook while antique landscapes practically leap off the walls. When it’s cold outside, we invite you to bask in the warmth of our massive brick fireplace.
Every room in this white-clapboard country inn speaks volumes about life in Vermont. The rough-hewn aesthetic of Mountain Room is an ode to the state’s storied wilderness. Sleeping in a replicated fire tower transports you into the Northern Forest with a 360-degree mural of the Green Mountains. The comforting babble of the Freeman Brook will lull you to sleep in the Trout Room, a celebration of Vermont’s flourishing tributaries. But this fly-fishing paradise is also known for its snowy winters, and so the Ski Room honors the early tradition of downhill skiing in the Mad River Valley. Set in the framing of a rustic barn, the room’s features—from vintage resort signs to antique skis—help the Pitcher Inn bring history to life.
The Pitcher Inn is a special place for a romantic Vermont wedding. Imagine a lantern-lit affair for 120 in the garden, or a walk arm-in-arm from a chapel across a covered bridge for a lavish feast at The Pitcher Inn. Perhaps a winter wedding in the Brook Room, lush with antiques, original art and kissed with Vermont warmth and charm. Or run away together! With the ‘Inn-House’ officiant and photographer, create a perfectly personal Vermont elopement.