Bed and Breakfast Brattleboro VT

Brattleboro Vermont is alive with artistic energy, dining, shopping, and entertainment. It is the hub of southern Vermont state and a major tourist town.

Bed and Breakfast Brattleboro VT
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Just steps from historic Lenox Village and walking distance to Tanglewood, the Garden Gables Inn is top-rated on TripAdvisor. We are recognized for the personalized service we provide for each of our guests. If you are looking for a place to get away from the busyness of life, where you can relax in a traditionally-decorated, country inn setting, the Garden Gables Inn may be just the place for you. Delicious food is key to a great experience. We serve a freshly made-to-order, five-star hotel-quality, full breakfast menu each morning throughout the year – included with your stay, and prepared by professionally-trained chefs. We offer private seating and full waitstaff service in our dining room, wraparound porch and outdoor patio. For a private, romantic, candlelit dinner at the Inn - or, a special, private dinner with family or friends - book our Private Chef's Table (offered on selected days, year-round, call us to check availability). Our professional culinary team will develop a custom menu with you - a level of service increasingly difficult to find in today's world. What's more, our Historic Lenox Village setting has many excellent restaurants within a five-minute walk, and a wide range of local restaurants within a five-to-fifteen minute drive. Pamper yourself with a massage, facial or other esthetic services, delivered by licensed experts in our dedicated spa rooms. More active pursuits also beckon–our 70-foot heated pool for starters - hike in Kennedy Park, stroll to Lenox Village for the galleries, shops and restaurants. We also own nearby Hilltop Orchards and Furnace Brook Winery–a short drive away, in the historic Berkshires farmland - where we are preserving 200 acres of open spaces and where you can hike and snowshoe, pick apples and taste wine - all complimentary for Garden Gables Inn guests.* And, the Berkshires region offers an incredible array of cultural, culinary and natural locations to delight you year-round. Our Inn is decorated throughout in an updated - yet traditional - English/American country house style, professionally maintained to provide for today's needs. Guest rooms all have private baths, AC, spa robes, designer linens, L’Occitane bath products, HD LED TVs with DVD players (and our DVD guest library with the latest releases). Internet service is available throughout, for no additional charge. Many rooms feature wood-burning fireplaces* - there are no additional charges to use them at the Garden Gables. No hidden or unexpected facility fees - enjoy our pool and grounds, the library and sherry room, and complimentary snacks and beverages - all included. Relax and let our full-service staff take care of what you need to make your stay with us healthful and refreshing.

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The charming town was named one of the top art towns in the United States. You can stay at a bed and breakfast in Brattleboro VT near downtown and be in the heart of the fun. There are art galleries, coffee shops, stores, bookstores, and a variety of dining experiences.

During the winter months, the Brattleboro VT bed and breakfast establishments book up because the town is home to the famous Harris Hill Ski Jump. Each year, thousands of tourists descend on the town to watch the best  athletes in the world tackle the 90 metre ski jump. The iconic jump  draws large crowds. Built in the 1920s, it has undergone many  renovations and is one of the main things to do when the snowfalls.

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  • The summers in Brattleboro are warm and lovely with the temperature hovering around 81 degrees  Fahrenheit and barely topping 89 F.  The winters are freezing and with  heavy snowfall. The temperature usually stays around 12 degrees F but  can dip to -6 F on occasion. Most tourists enjoy visiting the town in  the spring, summer, or autumn. However, each year ski jump enthusiasts  flock by the thousands to brave the cold to watch the ski jumps.

  • Food and Drink

  • The small diners that dot the downtown of Brattleboro are an ideal location to grab a bite to eat. Also, if you're feeling  thirsty then try one of the many breweries such as the famous Whetstone Station.  They serve small-batch craft brew beers that they brew at their two  local breweries. They offer outdoor seating that overlooks the  Connecticut River. If you don’t want to sit outdoors then snuggle up in  their dining room and enjoy their large roaring fireplace.

  • Activities

  • When you stay at a bed and breakfast in Brattleboro you will instantly feel at home. The small-town atmosphere is friendly and inviting. You’ll want to take the time to explore downtown Brattleboro and duck into a few art galleries. Be sure to plan an afternoon at the Brattleboro Museum and Art Center. History buffs will want to explore the Fort Drummer State Park where the original fort sat. You can also take the short drive into New Hampshire for sightseeing opportunities and then return to Brattleboro’s charm.

  • Natural Features

  • Forestland surrounds Brattleboro.  You can hike and explore the great outdoors. Fish along the Connecticut  River. Hike the Sunrise Trail to look at the site of the Vernon Dam  which was constructed on the Connecticut River in 1908 to stop the  flooding of the area. The town sits at the foothills of the Green  Mountains and during the fall months, the wide array of trees such as  the maples, yellow birch, white birch, and beech trees start to change  foliage colors. In addition to deciduous trees, the area is live with  red and white oaks, chestnut trees, and more hardwoods.

  • Things to do

  • When exploring downtown Brattleboro take a few hours to enjoy a tour of the Hermit Thrush Brewery and grab a cold beverage. One of the best ways to tour the small town is on a bike so why not stop into the Brattleboro Bicycle Shop to rent or purchase a couple of bikes? Want to catch a show? Head for the Latchis Theater. Spend an afternoon or evening exploring the many art galleries that dot the downtown region.

  • History

  • Brattleboro sits by where the Connecticut and West Rivers converge. The area was once home to the Abenaki tribe. European  settlers arrived to claim the land in the early 1700s. When the French  and Indian Wars erupted, the Abenaki sided with the French and went to  war with the settlers in the area. At that time, a fort was built called  Fort Dummer to afford protection to the settlers and their families.  Sadly, even after the war ended, additional battles would continue  between the Indians and the settlers. Eventually, the area started to  calm and the town of Brattleboro truly took shape. It was home to the first store in the state of Vermont. The arrival of the railroad helped the region thrive even more.

Bed and Breakfast Brattleboro VT FAQ

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  • How can I get around Brattleboro VT?

    One of the lovely things about staying in Brattleboro Vermont is that you can stay next to downtown and walk everywhere. If you are  tired of walking then rent a bike. You can even take a bike ride into  the country to check out the changing foliage if you are vacationing  during the autumn. If you plan on venturing to New Hampshire or you want to explore New England's countryside then you’ll want to rent a car to sightsee.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Brattleboro VT?

    If you are looking for a unique and lovely bed and breakfast then check out the Inn on Putney Road. It is located on the site of the Vermont Asylum for the Insane. After the hospital closed its doors the  superintendent's French chateaux was refurbished into a charming  B&B. Nowadays it is a romantic bed and breakfast in Brattleboro, VT that boasts lovely gardens.

    The Crosby House is a Victorian charmer that backs up to miles of lovely trails. It sits only a short walk to downtown Brattleboro and is a great place to enjoy peace and quiet.

    Stay only nine miles from Brattleboro at the Kipling’s Carriage House. It is a cozy retreat where you can soak up the great outdoors while catching sight of local wildlife.

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Brattleboro VT?

    When you check-in at a bed and breakfast in Brattleboro VT, you’ll immediately feel at home with the small-town charm of the area and the friendliness of the innkeeper. If you are planning a family trip then you might want to check out local vacation rentals. Try to find lodging right downtown Brattleboro or within walking distance. You can also stay on the outskirts near Fort Dummer State Park if you want to feel closer to nature.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Bed and Breakfast Brattleboro VT?

    When picking a B&B for your getaway be sure to make a list of what is important to you such as free wifi, air conditioning, private bath, full breakfast, daily linens, DVD players, bathrobes, and toiletries. At check-in ask if they serve a full breakfast or a continental spread. You might also want to check the room's accessibility.  Remember, during the Harris Hill Ski Jump, the vacation rentals book up  in the areas so you’ll need to make reservations early before the guest rooms book.