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Explore the Stunning Fall Foliage in Brattleboro, VT

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Hills with fall foliage colorsFall has arrived and the Vermont landscape is exploding with color. The forests and mountains are glowing with bright reds, yellows and oranges. In addition to endless hiking choices, visitors can explore stunning autumn views on country drives or scenic train rides. Nestled amid lush forests, rolling hills and historic farms, discover the lively small town, Brattleboro. Just a short walk from the active downtown, stay at the Inn on Putney Road Bed and Breakfast. Our French Provincial manor has a serene, private location with comfortable classic guest suites. Book your room with us today for a romantic fall getaway.

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Explore Walking Trails Near Brattleboro

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woman on forest walking trailBrattleboro invites walking with its charming downtown, artsy shops and exceptional restaurants. Warmer, sunnier days also beckon nature lovers to explore the local trails. Challenging hikes can be found in the nearby forests, hills and mountains. However, those looking for a more leisurely pace, should explore the many beautiful walking trails. The Inn and Fortney Road, walking distance to the heart of Brattleboro, will be your serene retreat. Strolling our tranquil grounds and mature gardens will get you ready for more lovely walks. After a restful night, enjoy a gourmet meal in the sunny breakfast room. Plan a restorative getaway at our elegant and relaxing inn.

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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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5 Great Fall Hiking Trails in Brattleboro

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Fall is officially here in Vermont, which means it’s one of the busiest times of year.  People from all over the country flock to this stunning little corner of the world each fall to witness Mother Nature’s great fall color show.  The beauty of fall in Vermont is undeniable. Everywhere you turn, from now through October, the hills are lit up in a variety of colorful hues, from the crimsons and fiery oranges, to bright pops of yellow and green. Though many choose to take in fall’s splendor from the warmth of their car, it can be even more invigorating and rewarding to embark on one of our regional hiking trails during the brisk fall months. Breathtaking views from the top while breathing in the crisp, autumn air is an experience you won’t soon forget. Book your stay at our Vermont Bed and Breakfast today, and discover another side of fall in Vermont.

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