Embark on a 2.2 mile walk on a country lane with plenty of bird and wildlife watching or simply sit on one of the large porches in a rocking chair and watch the sunset. We often see deer and wild turkeys strolling through the yard at dawn or dusk and a nearby pond offers a spring symphony of peepers that is wonderful to listen to while drifting off to sleep.
The inn is certified as a Backyard Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation, so look for activity at the bird feeders and the many bird houses situated throughout the grounds.
The pastoral setting invites enjoyment on the walking loop, miles of cross country skiing or snow shoeing, and a nearby 18-hole golf course at the Brattleboro Country Club. Sleigh and hayrides at local farms, maple syrup collecting, an indoor skating rink in the fall and winter, tennis courts, ski slopes, swimming pool at Living Memorial Park and swimming holes, fishing, canoeing and kayaking on the West and Connecticut Rivers, hiking Mt. Wantastiquet , are all just moments away ! Take some time to meander through the shops, antique and artist galleries in Downtown Brattleboro.
Sample fine food and pastries in our local restaurants. micro breweries, wine bars and cafes. Enjoy the Outdoor Farmer's Market every Saturday May- October. Marlboro Music, Yellow Barn and the Bach Music Festivals all happen nearby. The first Friday of the month year round brings Gallery Walk featuring open studios with works of local artists. Every March brings the Brattleboro Women's Film Festival.
Make plans to enjoy an excellent Brattleboro, VT hotel alternative at the
if you plan to visit Landmark College, Marlboro College, The Putney School, and the School for International Training (SIT), or Vermont Technical College.