Near the site of the state's first permanent settlement (1724), Brattleboro is located in the southeast corner of the state in the Connecticut River valley. Vermont's largest town, it has undergone many metamorphoses in its life, from mills and industry (ex. Brattleboro was once the home of the Estey organ) to a counterculture "hippy haven" in the 60's and 70's. The cafes, restaurants and bookstores located here still reflect that counterculture influence, and structures like the restored 1930s art deco Latchis Hotel offer powerful glimpses into the town's rich history.
Brattleboro has also had its share of Who's Who mentions. Architect Richard Morris Hunt (the Great Hall of New York City's Metropolitan Museum) and his brother, painter William Morris Hunt (Bathers, American Falls) were both born here. Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Book and Captains Courageous while living in his Brattleboro home, Naulakha (which still stands). And Joe Gunther, the police detective from Archer Mayor's renowned detective series, calls Brattleboro home.
40 Putney Road Bed & Breakfast - Forty Putney Road is a comfortably elegant French Provincial estate overlooking the West River, but just an easy half mile walk to downtown Brattleboro. The lawns and gardens are landscaped with rare, stately, specimen trees, shrubs and perennials.
The Artist's Loft Bed & Breakfast - The Artist's Loft may be the most exclusive Bed and Breakfast in Vermont. You have our complete attention because you are our only guest! Yet, a private entrance to your spacious suite ensures you the peace, quiet and privacy you seek.
Colonial Motel & Spa - Our 73 rooms, range from economy to executive suites, and offer a wide range of extras including patios to enjoy the lovely views, free local calls, air-conditioning, and access to our picnic area and our modern Spa and exercise room with a wooden sauna, an outdoor hot tub and two pools.
Crosby House 1868 - The Victorian's formal style is honored in the parlor where a baby grand piano and marble fireplace reflect the grace of another era. Elegant textures and soft colors create a warm and welcoming atmosphere in this room where guests can become acquainted.
Dalem's Chalet - All of our distinctly decorated rooms have private baths, color satellite TV and direct dial telephones. Also available are rooms with air conditioning, private balconies, king size beds and suites with refrigerators.
The Latchis Hotel - Historic art deco hotel in the heart of downtown Brattleboro. Three-screen theatre featuring mainstream and independent films. All rooms have refrigerators, coffee makers, cable TV, hair dryers, irons/ironing boards, and include a complimentary continental breakfast. Close to a variety of shops, restaurants, local entertainment, and outdoor activities. Non-smoking.
MeadowLark Inn - Magnificent maple trees, deer in the yard, cows in the pasture, frogs in the pond and miles of panoramic views of Vermont and New Hampshire hillsides from atop the hill, are a few of the tranquil scenes at MeadowLark Inn. The comfortable coziness of a beautiful old farmhouse with the fireplace crackling with the luxurious pampering of sophisticated and modern pleasures.
Quality Inn & Suites - Enjoy a free Continental Breakfast, complimentary local phone calls and newspapers daily. Recently renovated rooms and suites feature HBO remote controlled TV, coffee makers, choice of King, Queen, or Double Rooms.
The Dalem's Chalet - The Dalem's Chalet offers you a quiet relaxed Dining Atmosphere and European Hospitality.
The Marina - Offers waterfront dining, with an emphasis on seafood.
Michele's Italian Ristorante - We offer a full service restaurant for fine dining, with a beautiful copper bar lounge and brick fireplace, at Michele's Italian Ristorante.