We’re open for Winter Season starting Friday December 15! Join us for a relaxing holiday time!

Enjoy the upcoming Winter Holiday Season with the warm camaraderie and connection of a houseful of happy new and returning guests enjoying the hot tub, relaxing by the fire, getting a massage – and conditions permitting – snowshoeing on our recreation trails! You’ll return home energized, renewed and relaxed following your time detached from the outside world at Frog Meadow’s 63 acres of private paradise exclusively for men!

Early Season Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding only 15 Miles Away!

The Winter ski & snowboard season has started off with a bang as winter came early this year, thanks to a new snowmaking system at Mount Snow, only 15 miles from Frog Meadow. Following the December 12 snowstorm and resulting 15 INCHES OF NEW SNOW, Mount Snow is has 37 trails of top-to-bottom skiing and riding across 3 mountain faces offering guests 288+ acres to explore (including Mt. Snow’s North Face!) and more opening daily! Get a taste of what opening day looked like by clicking on the video above!

WOW!! The Flying Nut Express! Celebrate the holidays with a Circus performance at the new NECCA facility! December 15-17

The New England Center for Circus Arts (NECCA) has presented their annual reimagining of the classic Nutcracker since 2009. This year marks the 8th annual extravaganza and the first production in NECCA’s new custom-built circus facility promises to be a high flying celebration of holiday circus joy!

The annual production is an unforgettable evening of high-flying aerials, stunning acrobatics and astonishing feats of the human body featuring performers from NECCA’s youth performance troupes and adult professional programs, with special guest artists in character roles. This year, the new building will be an added feature with a trampoline and tramp wall act that have never before been seen at NECCA as well as German wheel, aerial silks, contortion, trapeze and unicycling!

The Flying Nut Express offers 5 shows only, December 15-17 in Brattleboro at the school’s new building at 10 Town Crier Drive.

Special guest performers are Ernesto Lea Place and Caitlin Quinn, professional ballet dancers turned aerial straps artists who will grace the stage with top-flight aerials alongside their stunning dance moves. Quinn hails from Georgia and won a spot in the NY finals of the Youth American Grand Prix in dance. Lea Place is originally from Buenos Aires and alongside his solo work has paired with Quinn for a professional career that included Nashville Ballet, Minnesota Ballet, Ballet San Antonio and Fort Wayne Ballet.

This year’s contemporary re-imagining of the classic Nutcracker story experiences a circus of mix ups in a fun for the whole family adventure! A holiday sleepover turns into a trip to the North Pole on the Circus Express and favorite holiday characters join the shenanigans to share in the gift of giving. This is definitely not your usual Nutcracker!

Tickets $10-$25 available online at www.necenterforcircusarts.org.

Fabulous Holiday Dining!

four-columns-artisanThe Artisan Restaurant at the Four Columns Inn will be serving their Christmas Day Dinner from 2pm to 5pm; $60 per person inclusive of tax; reservations are required and can be made by us at the time of your reservation booking.


  • CHESTNUT BISQUE: Pancetta, Truffle Crème Fraiche

Second Course

  • HEIRLOOM APPLE WALDORF SALAD: Spiced walnuts, Grapes, Celery


  • PRIME RIB: Garlicky escarole, whipped potatoes, gremolata, au jus
  • FOWL MOUNTAIN FARM PHEASANT: Cider braised leg, pan roasted breast, parsnip puree, brussel sprouts, blackberry gastrique
  • FAROE ISLAND SALMON: Pecan crusted, roasted beets, swiss chard, orange glaze
  • WILD MUSHROOM FARROTTO: Butternut squash, pomegranate, Parish Hill Reverie cheese


  • DATE PUDDING: Dark Rum caramel, crème anglaise
  • CHOCOLATE PAN PEPATO: Fresh orange, vanilla bean whipped cream


four-columns-artisanThe Artisan Restaurant at the Four Columns Inn will be serving their New Year’s Eve Dinner at 6pm and 9pm; $70 per person inclusive of tax; reservations are required and can be made by us at the time of your reservation booking. Stay tuned for details about their 2018 menu, to be posted shortly!


  • CHESTNUT BISQUE: Seared bay scallops, crispy prosciutto, truffle mascarpone

Second Course

  • OYSTERS & CAVIAR: Oysters on the half shell, salmon roe, champagne-tangerine ice
  • WILD MUSHROOM TART: Crispy leeks, Parish Hill Hermit fonduta, Belgian endive and watercress salad, date vinegar glaze
  • PAN ROASTED QUAIL: Smoked sausage & corn bread stuffing, roasted apples and delicata squash, maple apple butter


  • FILET MIGNON: Foie Gras butter, spinach, whipped potatoes, red wine demi-glace
  • BOUILLABAISSE: Lobster, scallops and mussels, tomato saffron broth, pernod, rouille toast
  • TORTELLI DI ZUCCA: Squash and mascarpone filled pasta, brown butter sage sauce, pomegranate, Parish Hill Reverie cheese, fresh shaved black truffles


  • PROFITEROLES: White chocolate kumquat mousse, raspberry curd
  • BLACKBERRY CHAMPAGNE GELEE: Orange blossom meringue, mango sorbet, blackberry coulis, honeyed almonds

The Willaimsville Eatery will be serving their New Year’s Eve Dinner throughout the evening; $60 per person for 4 courses; reservations are required and can be made by us at the time of your reservation booking.

Course 1 

  • ENDIVE AND CITRUS SALAD – Endive, arugula, and winter citrus, Marcona almonds,  Maplebrook Farm’s feta, with a fresh thyme and ice cider vinaigrette
  • CARROT GINGER SOUP – Wood-roasted organic carrots, fresh ginger and organic coconut cream. Pureed, and topped with a dollop of scallion-pancetta mascarpone.

Course 2 

  • BEETS AND CHÈVRE – Wood-fire warmed roasted organic beets filled with Vermont goat cheese, topped with focaccia bread crumbs. Served with shaved fresh fennel and  drizzled with pomegranate molasses.
  • BRAISED RABBIT “POT PIE” PROFITEROLES – A roux of Adams Farm rabbit (braised in Japanese Sake), diced carrots, potatoes, sun chokes, peas and corn, fills a house-made puff pastry. Served over a swirl of arugula pesto and fresh kumquats.
  • PORK CICCIOLI (Italian cousin of the French rillette) – Eatery-prepared terrine made with Adams Farm pork, accompanied by house toast spears, sliced Bosc pear, Castelvetrano olives, stone ground mustard, and house-pickled onions

Course 3

  • SEA SCALLOPS – Pan seared sea scallops served over a nest of sautéed slivered parsnips, burdock root, and leeks, Basmati rice, lightly wilted spinach and mustard greens, aged balsamic, pomegranate seeds, and a lemon zest parsley butter
  • WOOD-FIRED STEAK – Pasture raised strip loin steak from Boyden Farm, wood-roasted broccolini, rosemary and roasted garlic local mashed potatoes, Laphroaig scotch-infused cherries, Boucher Farm’s “Gore-Dawn-Zola” blue cheese / shallot compound butter
  • FORAGED AND FARRO – Toasted organic farro (risotto-style), topped with an over-easy, Rensli Farm egg, served with wood-roasted lemon-broccolini, shaved “Sonnet” aged goat cheese (Big Picture Farm), and a medley of Eatery-foraged Maitake, Chicken of the Wood, and Matsutake wild mushrooms.

Course 4

  • BLACK FOREST CAKE – Dark and moist, and not too sweet—made with organic spelt flour and layers of whipped Vermont cream, with Kirsch and dark cherries
  • CAPPUCCINO PANNA COTTA – A light and creamy Italian dessert, made with Vermont dairy and organic coffee, served with whipped Vermont cream
  • RICOTTA TART WITH PEAR & HONEY – Almond-poppy seed crust, house-made ricotta, roasted Bosc pears, finished with a drizzle of Denny’s Williamsville honey


Frog Meadow's Main House in WinterAbout Us

Frog Meadow Farm Bed & Breakfast and Massage Oasis for Men is a welcoming, non-judgmental place for men of all colors and backgrounds to unwind and shed the trappings of busy modern life.

Situated on 63 beautiful & private acres, Frog Meadow frequently hosts men’s gatherings, workshops and retreats. Hosts Dave & Scott are committed to providing a welcoming environment to re-connect with nature and yourself.

The South RoomFrog Meadow is only 4 miles from the popular Rock River swimming hole, 10 miles from Brattleboro, VT and 30 minutes Mount Snow & Stratton Mountain ski resorts.

Relax in our spring-fed swimming pond, soak in our wood-fired hot tub, or enjoy our 4-season recreation trails and extensive perennial gardens and orchard!

Be sure to check out our special events calendarphoto galleriesrooms/lodging pages & lodging specials and discover all that gay-friendly Southern Vermont has to offer!

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