Newfane’s historic Four Columns Inn features six gloriously refreshed guest rooms, a spa, stunning grounds, and farm to table dining at Artisan Restaurant & Tavern.
The Creamery offers artisanal organic cow and goat cheese that is hand-crafted and aged on site as well as a great selection of fine wines, beer and cider, and baguettes.
This small working farm and bed and breakfast is located five miles from the Festival and features six spacious rooms with private baths.
Acclaimed for artisanal, small batch chocolate, Tavernier offers a wide array of chocolate truffles, bonbons, tablets, and a singular line of chocolate charcuterie.
Molly Stark State Park contains about two miles of foot trails, including the moderate Mount Olga Trail. It is adjacent to the Hogback Mountain Conservation Area and is linked with the trail system there as well as the Town of Wilmington trail system.
Just up South Road from the Festival, the Whetsone Inn provides warmth and charm in its living and dining areas with pastoral views of Vermont.
A Brattleboro favorite for over 20 years, Peter Havens offers thoughtful and inspired meals night after night. A quintessential Vermont dining experience.
This unique museum celebrates some of the finest local art legends of our time, as well as works by international art icons.
Offering dishes with a strong seasonal focus, the Inn creates innovative American cuisine and is happy to serve early on concert evenings to accommodate Festival guests.
With a seasonal and locally-sourced menu, Duo was named one of the best 100 Farm-to-Table restaurants in America. The Boston Globe reported that “the airy room manages to feel both rustic and elegant.”