Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Four Columns, Newfane, Vermont

award winning food,
charming rooms,
located on one of the most photographed village greens in New England

14 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

This looks like a charming place, but surely that window on the top floor is a remodel of what I presume used to be the attic.

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Sunny said...

Newfane is such a lovely area. We always enjoy visiting just over the border!
Sunny :)

Frank said...

Looks like a very nice place to stay, eat and perfect jumping off point to then wander the delightful countryside.

Vogon Poet said...

Looks like the perfect place to stay, quiet and lovely. I trust you about the food and surely would take lots of photographs around.

brattcat said...

Actually, VP, I've never eaten there. But it has a fantastic reputation. As for photographs, you could spend an entire day in the village of Newfane and never run out of images to capture.

Jacob said...

Yes, but is it expensive? How long is the waiting list? Will Brattcat take us on a tour of town?

So many questions!

But, a lovely shot of a lovely house!

brattcat said...

Dave, I can't find a photo of the Inn without those windows on the top floor. Perhaps you're right about a remodel but I can't prove it one way or the other.
Jacob, it's expensive. I don't think the waiting list is too long, particularly in this economy, but I could be wrong about that. I had to go to Newfane yesterday and snapped some shots while there but nothing like a tour of the place. Perhaps I'll wait until fall and do a Newfane series.

Malyss said...

"New England" is the kind of name that makes me dream.. I wonder what's behind this large window . The place seems to be quiet and welcoming, a little out of time; Or maybe it's just the way YOU show it?..

cieldequimper said...

I'll bear that in mind then! ;-)I can see why the outside would be award winning so I checked their website. Wow wowowow! My kind of place totally (when I've saved enough for a treat!)

Rambling Round said...

I'd love to stay here, especially in a New England autumn!

Rambling Round said...

I'd love to stay here, especially in a New England autumn!

Anya said...

It looks romantic ..... LOL
So clean and beautiful white house
I love it :))))

Café Chick said...

What a beautiful, quaint old home. It looks so inviting.

Cezar and Léia said...

This house is so charming!Adorable columns, a good symmetry!
People there know how to have a good life.
Beautiful post dear Brattcat
Léia