About This Listing
The 'guest' room has two large sunny windows with a beautiful view of fields and mountains. It hosts a very comfortable queen size bed with crisp cotton sheets in the summer and soft flannel sheets and a cozy comforter in the winter. The bedroom is on the second floor which offers privacy (I live on the first floor) and the full bathroom is on the first floor. You can curl up in the living room, the sun room or on the front porch in rocking chairs. This is the home of an artist and a cat named Trouble.
I will provide coffee/tea and blueberry muffins in the morning. A more substantial breakfast is available at the General Store ((website hidden)),the Putney Diner, or Katie’s, a six minute walk into the village.
You will be very near (three tenth of a mile) Next Stage ((website hidden)), Sandglass Theatre ((website hidden)), and The Gleanery ((website hidden)). Putney hosts The Yellow Barn ((website hidden)) in the summer and is about a half an hour from the Marlboro Music Festival ((website hidden)). Brattleboro is about a fifteen minute drive away. ((website hidden)), ((website hidden)), ((website hidden)).
There are miles of cross country ski trails at the Putney School and easy to moderate hikes nearby, and more challenging hikes within a hour’s drive. There's a professional bike shop in town with information about local rides. Downhill skiing is about forty-five minutes away.
Come enjoy this wonderful corner of Vermont.
Nancy was a gracious and wonderful host! Her muffins are delicious and her conversation engaging and warm. Trouble, the cat, was very friendly and likes to be pet. The house is close to town and the room was light and cozy!
I thoroughly enjoyed staying in Nancy's lovely home. I was in town for a weaving workshop and my colleagues stayed in motels in Brattleboro. I lucked out! Four doors down from the weaving school. Everything was as described.
We had a great time at Nancy's. I can also attest to what many others here have mentioned: beautiful house, comfortable room, and an amazing cat. We walked around some trails in the area (which she was able to guide us to) and had a wonderful time.
We were really glad to got the chance to stay with Nancy.
The sleepingroom was very lightfull and comfortable.
It's a nice quite place to come down and see the beutifull nature around this area. Nancy is very artistically person. She gave us nice culturetips for the evenings. We also loved the nice cat called "Trouble" ;) Hope to return on our next visit.
About the Host, Nancy
I'm an artist, gardener, and enjoy cooking healthy seasonal food. I'm a install shows at the art museum, serve on a restorative justice panel, coordinate community suppers, and love having my hands in dirt and clay.