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Our Vermont Inn – A Shameless Plug

From the New York Times article - B & Bs Seek to Be a Guy Thing
From the New York Times article - B & Bs Seek to Be a Guy Thing
We are honored to have been mentioned in the New York Times! The best part is that they called us “beer geeks”, which is why I thought now was a perfect time to remind our readers that we have a great little Inn in Vermont with it’s own private pub for our guests.

Our small pub has about 35 beers (3 drafts) and focus on both local and interesting brews. We also have a beer tasting every Saturday night at 5:30 p.m. where our guests can sample 7 Vermont beers from a variety of Vermont breweries – each poured along with some lite fare and of course local cheeses.

Not to mention, we are walkable to downtown Brattleboro, where you will find a host of great beer bars and pubs – including McNeils brewery – a local legend. We write about the great town of Brattleboro on our other blog – and tweet about the area on our Innkeepers twitter account.

Of course our inn is not just about beer, Amy makes some killer gourmet breakfasts every day and our rooms are luxurious and comfortable – no lace doilies here.

So if you are looking for a trip that works for both YOU and HER, be sure to check out our inn – Forty Putney Road Bed and Breakfast in Brattleboro Vermont. We would love to have you come stay with us.

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