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30 Jun 2014
“Boston To Niagara Falls”
3 Sep 2013
“Impressive Hospitality in a Classic New England Farmhouse”
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Reviewed 30 June 2014

Myself and two friends recently completed a cycle ride from Boston to Niagara Falls. Ranney Brook Farm was easily the best lodging we had on our trip. From the moment we arrived, John and Diana made us feel welcome, actually, it felt more like staying...More

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Reviewed 3 September 2013

I returned to my car after a hike on Vermont's Long Trail to find myself locked out with the keys in the trunk. Even a locksmith couldn't get in, so I had to call my wife to drive up four hours from Connecticut to bring...More

Thank Frank K
Reviewed 28 October 2012

My wife and I stayed here as part of a inn to inn bike trip in Vermont. This was by far our favorite stop which thankfully was also the one we spent two nights at. Diana and John (the innkeepers) were absolutely wonderful and welcoming...More

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Reviewed 4 May 2011

Ranney Brook BnB is a warm, inviting, haven from the world. Except for a sign indicating that you are in a BnB, you don't ever have a feel that you're staying in anything but a friend's home. The rooms are clean, warm, comfortable, and the...More

Thank Judy W
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Tucked away in southeastern Vermont’s Windham County, Townshend has quietly gone about its business since 1753, when it was chartered as one of the New Hampshire Land Grants. Named after British politician Charles Townshend, whose tax initiative prompted Boston’s biggest tea party, this quintessential New England town charms visitors with its natural beauty, including rolling hills, a state park with hiking trails, a gorgeous town green, and a lake. Original farmsteads dot the countryside, along with a historic covered bridge, antiques stores, and modern shops, including a fabulous smokehouse-country store. While most of tranquil Townshend inspires one to unplug, those who feel the need to shake things up a little will appreciate that bustling Brattleboro lies only 17 miles away and the nearby resorts of Stratton Mountain, Bromley Mountain, and Mount Snow offer all sorts of alpine adventure.
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