The Four Chimneys Inn has 11 rooms on an 11 acre estate with an excellent small restaurant. Four Chimneys is the only lodging or restaurant located in the National Historic Registry Village of Old Bennington, part of the town of Bennington, Vermont.
11 rooms include all of the modern amenities while maintaining their old world grandeur. All rooms have private baths, TVs (basic cable with major networks only), phones, room air conditioners, irons and board, individual heat controls and either queen or king beds.
The original building dates to 1783 when it was the home of the Reverend David Avery, 2nd pastor of the Old First Church. Unable to afford the upkeep he sold the estate to Nathanial Brush, a notable participant in the Battle of Bennington, who later became a politician. Brush shortly ran out of both words and money, turning the mansion into a boarding house and general store. In 1910 the entire house burned to the ground, leaving only the foundation. Philip B. Jennings, a prominent Bennington businessman rebuilt the estate as you see it today and lived in it until his death in 1949.
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