Bellows Falls is an incorporated village of 3,000 people in Rockingham in southeasternVermont. It has enjoyed a renaissance in two main areas since the turn of the millennium. The existing stock of Victorian era brick and wood frame has seen sustained restoration and an art community has taken up residence.
Interstate 91. The major highway running north-south with 2 exits in the town. I-91 goes north all the way to Canada. To the south it goes through Greenfield, Springfield and Hartford, Connecticut, terminating in New Haven, Connecticut. Exit 5 from the south to route 5 North and into town, or Exit 6 from the north to route 5 South into town.
Route 12. Runs from Keene north to North Walpole, NH which is just across the Connecticut River from town.
Logan International (BOS) in Boston is after that at 2.5 hours, with connection via shared van service with to the door service via Thomas Transportation, 1-800-526-8143, . You must make reservations in advance!
This village of Bellows Falls is small enough to get around easily by foot. It is connected to the surrounding towns by Connecticut River Transit,  - an excellent low cost bus service. Some buses are equipped with bicycle racks which can handle 2 or 3 at a time.
Travelling from Rockingham to Chester is a popular route for the experienced road bike crowd however the town of itself is a sprawling area that is challenging to get around except by private car.