Brattleboro, Vermont 05301
Brattleboro VT Lodging, Real Estate, Travel & Visitor Information
Welcome to “Billy Brattle’s borough”. Yes, there really was a guy named William Brattle, an early settler of what is now known as Brattleboro. The town of Brattleboro in Windham County is located on the shores of the Connecticut River, in Vermont’s southeast region. Brattleboro serves as a major gateway to Vermont and is a year round resort area in an agricultural region. Brattleboro is a distribution center and is also known for unique shops, antique stores, restaurants, banking, printing and entertainment.
Bellville Real Estate, 255 Western Ave., Brattleboro, VT 05301
Our knowledgeable agents have been assisting customers and clients with their real estate needs for more than 100 years and will recognize your individual needs to ensure your trust and peace of mind during your property transactions. We offer services in all areas of Real Estate from selling and listing homes, commercial property and land to exclusive estate and buyer representation.
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The Marina, 28 Spring Tree Road, Brattleboro, VT 05301
Serving lunch and dinner seven days a week with Sunday Brunch Buffet. A beautiful view of the water from almost every seat in the restaurant. Enjoy amazing sunsets from our outdoor, dockside seating area. Located where the Connecticut and West Rivers meet on Route 5. The Marina is a memorable, casual dining experience.
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Landmark Trust USA, Historical Vacation Rentals, 707 Kipling Rd., Dummerston, VT 05301 | 802-254-6868
The Landmark Trust USA restores historically significant properties then offers them, fully-equipped and fully furnished, as vacation rental homes where you can immerse yourself in a former life style. We have 5 properties; Rudyard Kipling's home - Naulakha, a former Sugar House, 2 farm houses, and Kipling's Carriage House. We allow pets at the Sugar House and the Amos Brown House.
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Ramuntos Brick Oven Pizza, 111 Putney Road, Brattleboro, VT 05301 (On the roundabout, Exit 3, off I-91) | 802-579-1226
Welcome to Ramunto’s - a taste of the North End right here in Brattleboro. At Ramunto's we’re passionate about providing an unforgettable dining experience. Ramunto’s combines great service, a warm family-friendly atmosphere, and high quality food made fresh daily. Authentic New York Pizza, fresh salads cut to order, pastas from scratch, and signature subs, Ramunto’s offers something for everyone including catering services. Open Daily for lunch, dinner & Take-Out.
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Annual Brattleboro VT Events
Popular annual Brattleboro events include: Pie Making and Dinners at Scott Farm Orchards, Brattleboro’s Annual Winter Carnival (held in Feb.) , Harris Hill Ski Jumping Championship, The “Strolling of the Cows” and visiting unique downtown shops and boutiques. The West River, a popular canoeing river, meets the Connecticut River in Brattleboro. Cultural institutions include the Brattleboro Music Center, the Brattleboro Museum and Arts Center, and River Valley Performing Arts Center. Walking trails along the West River and Ice Fishing during winter months are fun ways to explore what life is like in Brattleboro. Brattleboro’s Fort Dummer, built in 1724, was the state’s first permanent white settlement. The Fort is a Vermont State Park and is open to the public. Brattleboro has a vibrant downtown with many unique shops, restaurants and boutiques. Brattleboro is named for a popular early settler, William Brattle.
Getting to Brattleboro VT
Getting to Brattleboro is easy. Most visitors drive. The town has three Exits off of I-91. Drive times area: an approximate 3.5 hour drive from NYC or Boston, 1.5 hour drive from Hartford, CT and about one hour north of Springfield, MA. The nearest major airport is Bradley International Airport in Connecticut. Ask us about Brattleboro, Vermont or share your Brattleboro, VT comments.
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Brattleboro Town Offices: 802-251-8157
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