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We don't normally stay in B&Bs, but we made an exception here and were not disappointed. The house is beautiful and the room we were given was more than pleasant. The hosts couldn't be more helpful and friendly. Amy is a great cook and the...More
Having had less than good experience at other B&B's it was a pleasure to arrive at Forty Putney Road and be welcomed by Amy & Tim.Checking in was so easy. Amy gave us a tour of the 'public area' of the house answering all our...More
We had an absolutely wonderful stay at Forty Putney Road. The landscape was idillic and a wonderful get away. We traveled around New England and stayed at several B&B's. Without a doubt, Forty Putney Road was the best place by far. Tim and Amy were...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Business Centre with Internet Access
Refrigerator in room
Things to do
US$200 - US$287 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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No you can not see any Falls from this lovely B&B. There is a body of water behind the property, that is accessible via a path to have a short hike. The CT river is the main water attraction for Brattleboro. I actually never... More
No you can not see any Falls from this lovely B&B. There is a body of water behind the property, that is accessible via a path to have a short hike. The CT river is the main water attraction for Brattleboro. I actually never heard of any falls in the immediate area, but that doesn't mean there aren't any. Here is a quick search URL for water falls in New England that brought this list up, that might help you. There is a click spot at the top right for a list of more falls.
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"ALL of the rooms were great, I checked them out!"