Friday, 27 August 2010

The Pitcher Inn Vermont

The Pitcher Inn was recreated after a fire in 1993 burnt the original 1800s structure to the ground. Under the careful direction of David Sellers and a team of architects, The Pitcher Inn was intentionally recreated by a nostalgia mirroring Vermont's beauty and simplicity, whilst still remaining true to the original structure. Hence the Inn's nine rooms and two suites are each an adventure in the state's history. In addition, now a member of Relais & Chateaux, the Inn's philosophy emphasizes the 5 Cs: calm, cuisine, character, charm and courtesy. The Pitcher Inn's eleven rooms are patterned to reflect the individual designers' interpretation of a particular Vermont theme. From the whimsical to the classical, each room is a spectacular display of talent and taste lavishly manifested in unique motifs.

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