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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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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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Fall Foliage Season Begins in Brattleboro, Vermont

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As we wind down the final few days of summer, it’s time to start looking towards another spectacular fall in Brattleboro, Vermont.  Fall foliage season is already showing hints of its colorful hues.  Soon, we’ll be surrounded by the vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows that have made Vermont famous. Whether you want to enjoy the beauty of fall foliage by hiking or driving, you won’t have to go far to see the finest fall foliage Vermont has to offer.  Book your room at our Vermont Bed and Breakfast today.  For maximum enjoyment, you may want to consider a midweek stay to avoid the inevitable fall crowds.  

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