Travel time: approximately 2 minutes.

  • When driving south on US-7 from (Manchester VT) turn right (West) on Vermont Route 9 toward NY.
  • After you pass the Bennington Museum on your left, the road will take a sharp S-curve (past the Old First Church). Stay on Rte 9. We are approximately one-quarter mile past the Old First Church on the right.
  • When driving North on US-7 from (Williamstown, MA) turn left (West) on Vermont Route 9 toward New York.
  • After you pass the Bennington Museum on your left, the road will take a sharp S-curve (past the Old First Church). Stay on Rte 9. We are approximately one-quarter mile past the Old First Church on the right.

Travel time: approximately 3 hours from the Tappen Zee Bridge

  • Take the New York thruway (I87) North.
  • As you approach the outskirts of Albany take exit 23 to I-787 North.
  • Follow I-787 North about 10 miles and take exit 9-East for highway 7-East toward Troy and Bennington.
  • Follow highway 7-East about 30 miles to the Vermont border. At this point Highway 7-East becomes Vermont 9-East.
    CAUTION After passing the intersection of NY route 22 South, then route 22 North, you will need to take a RIGHT at the second blinking yellow light about 2 miles ahead to stay on NY route-7. If you go straight here you will be on the new route 279 bypass which takes you around Bennington. After the right turn it is about 1 mile to the VT border.
  • The Four Chimneys is 3.5 miles on the left just before getting to downtown Bennington.
  • After entering parking lot go to end of lot and follow driveway around to back of Inn through the gates and park. Enter at Red door.
  • Take the Taconic Parkway North.
  • At end of parkway take New York 295 to New York 22.
  • Take New York 22 North to New York 7.
  • Take highway 7 East about 3 miles to the Vermont border.
    CAUTION After passing the intersection of NY route 22 South, then route 22 North, you will need to take a RIGHT at the second blinking yellow light about 2 miles ahead to stay on NY route-7. If you go straight here you will be on the new route 279 bypass which takes you around Bennington. After the right turn it is about 1 mile to the VT border.
  • At this point Highway 7 becomes Vermont-9-East and we are 3.5 miles on the left just before getting to downtown Bennington.
  • After entering parking lot go to end of lot and follow driveway around to back of Inn through the gates and park. Enter at Red door.

Travel time: approximately 2 hours

  • Take I-91 North to MA Route 2-West toward North Adams/Williamstown MA.
  • In Williamstown, take US-7-North to Pownal/Bennington.
  • In downtown Bennington, turn left on Route 9-West
  • Continue on Route 9-West for about 1.3 miles.
  • The Inn is on the right a short distance after passing the First Congregational Church in Old Bennington.
  • After entering parking lot go to end of lot and follow driveway around to back of Inn through the gates and park. Enter at Red door.

Travel time: approximately 3 1/4 hours

  • Take MA Route 2-West to I-91 South.
  • Take I-91 South for 2 miles to pick up MA Route 2-West again.
  • Take MA Route 2-West toward North Adams/Williamstown MA.
  • In Williamstown, take US-7-North to Pownal/Bennington.
  • In downtown Bennington, turn left on Route 9-West
  • Continue on Route 9-West for about 1.3 miles.
  • The Inn is on the right a short distance after passing the First Congregational Church in Old Bennington.
  • After entering parking lot go to end of lot and follow driveway around to back of Inn through the gates and park. Enter at Red door.

Travel time: approximately 50 minutes

  • Follow highway 7-East about 30 miles to the Vermont border. At this point Highway 7-East becomes Vermont 9-East.
    CAUTION After passing the intersection of NY route 22 South, then route 22 North, you will need to take a RIGHT at the second blinking yellow light about 2 miles ahead to stay on NY route-7. If you go straight here you will be on the new route 279 bypass which takes you around Bennington. After the right turn it is about 1 mile to the VT border.
  • The Four Chimneys is 3.5 miles on the left just before getting to downtown Bennington.
  • After entering parking lot go to end of lot and follow driveway around to back of Inn through the gates and park. Enter at Red door.

Local Airports

Bennington Vermont (airstrip):
William H. Morse State Airport serves Bennington County and is owned by the State Of Vermont. The paved runway extends for 3,704 feet. The facility is at an elevation of 826 feet and is about three miles from Bennington.

Albany International Airport:
Provides service from most major US airlines.
Approximately 50 minutes from the inn.

Boston’s Logan International Airport:
Provides service from most major global airlines.
Approximate 3 hours and 15 minutes from the inn.

New York City Greater Metropolitan Airports:
The Four Chimneys Inn is approximately 3 hours from the Tappan Zee bridge making it easily accessible from all New York City airports, Newark, JFK and LaGuardia.