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Discover Gay Brattleboro Vermont Gay Retreats Attractions and Men's Workshops Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Brattleboro is well known for it’s open, progressive values, welcoming attitude and longstanding embrace of diversity!  It’s such a gay/LGBTQ-friendly region…and it has an amazing collection of interesting and fun things to do! Check them out below and at www.LoveBrattleboroVT.com

The Brattleboro area of Southeast Vermont has so much to offer to the Gay & LGBTQ Community!

Brattleboro is well known for it’s open, progressive values, welcoming attitude and longstanding embrace of diversity!  It’s such a gay & LGBTQ-friendly region…and it has an amazing collection of interesting and fun things to do!

With great restaurants, fresh food sources that include farmer’s markets and a food coop, 3 microbreweries & a distillery, a cultural & arts community that includes monthly gallery walks, museums, music, theatrefrequent artist’s open studio tours, literary & film festivals, an annual LGBT film festival and frequent men’s gatherings, workshops & retreats – and moreit’s no surprise that Brattleboro is….

  • Voted #11 of the “20 Best Small Towns in America” by Smithsonian Magazine…
  • Listed as one of “Eight Great Places You’ve Never Heard Of” by Mother Earth News…
  • Named #13 among “America’s Top 25 Art Destinations” by AmericanStyle Magazine…
  • Ranked one of the Ten Best Small Art Towns in “The 100 Best Art Towns in America”

Scroll down to discover & explore the many recreational & cultural activities, events, attractions and culinary delights that Brattleboro and gay &LGBTQ-friendly Southeast Vermont have to offer!

 
 

Guest Reviews

Do yourself a favor…pack a bag and ESCAPE to Frog Meadow!

ESCAPE – travel agents and designers hawking fragrance are fond of dangling that word as bait, offering reprieve from a life perhaps crowded by appointments, littered with gadgets, and increasingly frayed around the edges by worries. But how often does it ever truly reach its realization? Given the indignities of modern travel, I’d wager – not so much.

 

And then, there’s Frog Meadow: Reverently facing a postcard perfect vista of Vermont’s undulating hills, astride a patch of land that naturally slopes and dips into plains and angles, it seems organic somehow to the acreage on which it nestles. As if it had always been here, indifferent to deadlines and the habitually frantic demands of the rest of the world, silently bearing witness to the languid march of the seasons in brush strokes of leaves or snow against a panoramic canvas. The sun sets in nothing short of a grand gesture, sinking into the horizon in a wake of orange streaks framed by tree limbs reaching out to a purple sky that eventually becomes encrusted by a million shimmering stars. It’s the sort of spectacle meant to be shared, preferably cradled in the arms of someone equally precious. And if you haven’t any one, you almost believe here is where you might find him.

 

Inside, guests tend to convivial chats, luxuriating in the warmth of Dave and Scott’s generous accommodations while arriving at an often simultaneous consensus of finding ways to perfect il dolce far niente. Certainly there are more than several things you can do. The point, however, is having the option of doing nothing at all. And if there ever was a place for that, consider the nook in the living room, the hot tub, the patio, the bench swing or on top of Dave’s massage table as ideal spots to do so.  Shedding burdens comes easy at Frog Meadow.

 

Do yourself a favor and ditch the agenda, unplug the tangle of chargers, pack a bag, and, yes, oh yes…ESCAPE!

Joe P, New York NY
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