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The Best Romantic Getaway in Brattleboro, Vermont

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Romantic Getaway this Valentine's Day in Brattleboro VermontDo you find yourself dreaming of a relaxing and romantic getaway, to help pass the time during these cold winter months? Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, so we can think of no better time to plan some time away, just the two of you.  We have the perfect place in mind for you, too.  Our Bed and Breakfast, located in Downtown Brattleboro, is Vermont’s top choice for romantic lodging.  Let us do all the work for you, so you can spend your time relaxing and focusing on each other.  Romance is our business, and no one does it better.  Book a romantic getaway with us this winter, and enjoy a luxurious stay at Vermont’s top Bed and Breakfast.

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How Do You Enjoy Winter in Brattleboro?

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A Guide to Enjoying Winter in Brattleboro, VermontWinters are simply wonderful in Brattleboro, Vermont.  There’s so much to do, and the snow makes our already beautiful town simply magical.  There’s plenty of outdoor activities, like skiing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice skating to keep you busy and having fun.  But when you’re ready to come indoors, warm up a little, and enjoy a change of pace, Brattleboro has that, too.  We’ve put together a winter guide to the area, to help you make the most of your getaway.  Book your room at our romantic Bed and Breakfast this winter, and discover all of the fantastic things there are to do here each winter.  

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Your Holiday Guide to Brattleboro

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Holiday Guide to Brattleboro, VermontThough we’re still busy enjoying what has been another beautiful fall in Brattleboro, it is time to start planning ahead for the upcoming holiday season in Brattleboro.  There’s a lot going on at the Inn on Putney Road and the town of Brattleboro, and we’d like nothing more than for you to join us for a little holiday fun this season.  Whether you choose to join us for a little holiday shopping, or whether you’re in town to see the dazzling light displays and other holiday events, you’ll find nothing but joy and merriment in Brattleboro throughout the months of November and December. Come see what makes our town so special this winter.  Book a room at our Bed and Breakfast, and unwrap some new holiday memories and traditions with us this season.

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What Makes Brattleboro So Unique?

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Come See the Unique and Beautiful town of BrattleboroSouthern Vermont truly is a 4-season destination. Throughout most of the year, visitors enjoy a nearly endless array of biking, hiking, kayaking, and canoeing.  During the winter, it’s time to bundle up and head outside for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice skating, ice fishing, downhill skiing and snowboarding.  In addition to the wonderful outdoor activities enjoyed in Southern Vermont, downtown Brattleboro is filled with incredible restaurants, shops, and a vibrant arts scene.  It may sound like many other towns across the country, but there is something uniquely special about this riverside town.  Our strong identity and sense of self have led to Brattleboro being named one of the Top 20 Small Towns in America, among others.  Book your room at our Vermont Bed and Breakfast, and come see what makes Brattleboro so unique.

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Visit Us in Haunted Vermont!

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Get Haunted in Brattleboro, VermontNow that Labor Day Weekend has passed, we can officially, though reluctantly, say goodbye to summer, and welcome the fast-approaching fall. Vermont’s trees are already showing hints of their colorful autumnal hues, which means now is the perfect time to plan a getaway to Brattleboro.  As the air begins to cool, we’ll soon be surrounded by fall’s hallmark hues of crimson, orange, yellow, and green. But, there’s more to fall in Brattleboro than pretty fall colors. Do you believe in ghosts? There’s a spooky side to Brattleboro’s history, and this fall is a wonderful time to go on a haunted adventure. Book your room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast today!

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Walk Brattleboro’s Retreat Trails

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Brattleboro Retreat TrailsIt’s hard to believe that another summer is coming to a close in the beautiful city of Brattleboro, Vermont.  Schools around the country are gearing up for another exciting year, and cities around New England are anxiously awaiting the busy fall foliage season yet to come.  Now is a great time to take advantage of our incredible summer weather, and escape to the restful accommodations of the Inn on Putney Road.  A refreshing walk along Brattleboro’s Retreat Trails, which can be reached from our very own backyard, is the perfect way to spend an afternoon.  To round out your perfect getaway, spend a few days browsing a wonderful array of coffee shops, independent bookstores, boutiques, delicious restaurants, and art galleries around Brattleboro.  The independent spirit of our community will captivate you.  Book your stay at the beautiful Inn on Putney Road, Brattleboro’s top Bed and Breakfast.  

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Come See the Artsy Side of Brattleboro

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Discover the Arts in BrattleboroYou may or may not have heard about Brattleboro’s long and rich history with the arts. In fact, Brattleboro has been called one of the top 10 small art towns in the entire country. That’s a pretty big reputation to uphold, but we think Brattleboro exceeds that moniker, hands-down!  The Inn on Putney Road, located on the beautiful Retreat Meadow, is just a two blocks from downtown Brattleboro. There, you’ll find our streets packed with coffee shops, independent bookstores, boutiques, and of course, plenty of art galleries and studios to peruse. Adding to the artsy vibe of Brattleboro Vermont are the many world class jazz concerts, film festivals, and theater companies hosted here each year.  All together, there’s enough here to keep the art-lover in you occupied for days on end.  If that sounds appealing, then book your room at our Vermont Bed and Breakfast today.

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Farmers Market Brings Local Flavor to Brattleboro

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Brattleboro Farmers MarketLocated just across the border from Massachusetts is Brattleboro, Vermont, often considered the gateway to Southern Vermont. Brattleboro exemplifies the independent spirit of Vermont, with its emphasis on both buying and eating as locally as possible.  There’s no better place to see this than the Brattleboro Farmers Market, which operates every Saturday from May through October, as well as Tuesday evenings with their Downtown Market.  In fact, it is Southern Vermont’s premiere farmers market, featuring over 50 local vendors.  Whether you’re a local or tourist, it’s a great place to grab produce, or even stop in for some lunch and live music.  Book your room at our Brattleboro Bed and Breakfast this summer, and come celebrate the local farms with us at the Brattleboro Farmers Market.

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Annual Strolling of the Heifers

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2017 Strolling of the Heifers in Brattleboro, VermontIf you’re been to Brattleboro before, or even if you’ve just started reading about this quaint little town on the Connecticut River, you probably know by now that is has a unique and funky personality all of its own.  The independent and off-beat character of Brattleboro is a source of pride amongst its residents, and is perhaps the reason that keeps this town one of Vermont’s top tourist destinations. The unique personality of Brattleboro is on fully display this June, during the annual Strolling of the Heifers parade.  We love the off-beat arts vibe of Brattleboro, and think you will too.  Book your stay at our romantic Bed and Breakfast, just minutes from downtown Brattleboro.

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Mystery at the Inn on Putney Road??!!??

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Shortly after purchasing and arriving to take over operations of this Inn, we discovered the most curious of things . . . a plaque?  A grave stone?  A monument?  Most certainly we discovered a Mystery at the Inn on Putney Road!  A plaque is defined as “an ornamental tablet, typically of metal, porcelain, or wood, that is fixed to a wall or other surface in commemoration of a person or event.”  Most assuredly, what we discovered was a plaque.  But the only writing on the plaque are the words “Daniel  –  1918  –  Frederic” and relief profile portraits of two boys that look to be about 6 and 8 years old.  Who were Daniel and Frederic?  Did they die from the Influenza Pandemic of 1917-1918?  Did they die in WW1?  Is this plaque even a marker of their death?

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