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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

“An Exceptional Place!”

We decided to spend a few days at Frog Meadow to rest, and we were not disappointed!

Scott and Dave welcomed us with professionalism at all times, but also with warmth and generosity. The rooms are spotlessly clean. We shared the bathroom, but that was no problem – we took most of our showers in the garden’s hot-and-cold outdoor shower!

A true happiness! The place was a tad more nudist than we thought, which was not displeasing to us at all…the atmosphere is very relaxed.

Breakfast is outstanding and plentiful. Dave is an outstanding cook and offered a new menu each day: pancakes, French toast, waffles, omelets…if the idea of ​​a breakfast other than the traditional bread-butter-jam ails you, do know! As a bonus, hummingbirds sometimes came to greet us at breakfast time.

The European guests and American guests who were staying with us at the time did not understand quite why we rejoiced as we did, as we were a little worried regarding other meals, since the nearest village is 15 minutes away and the town of Brattleboro half an hour away. In fact, it was no problem! There is a good take-out restaurant in Newfane (incredible for such a small town!) And a farm stand that offers very good fresh local produce. One can easily whip up a nice meal there which is then eaten on the terrace…or one can also purchase enough things for a picnic.

The nearby small town of Brattleboro is quite surprising for the United States, with a downtown “to the European” where there are several very good restaurants. On the way, the local distillery and the cheese factory are definitley worth visiting. Vermont is a state where we know good cheer!

One tip – ask Scott to show you “the big lake on the other side of the hill” (which surely must have a name, but we forgot). Aside from Frog Meadow’s own swimming pond, this is also a beautiful place to swim a few minutes from Frog Meadow!

Erik & Guillaume, Paris, France
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