Charming Bed and Breakfasts in Western Mass
With fall around the corner, Western Massachusetts becomes quite the tourist attraction with all the beautiful fall foliage. If you're planning a weekend trip to the Valley during peak foliage time, there are lots of amazing bed and breakfasts in the area to make your trip just a little more charming.
Here are a few of our recommendations for a lovely night’s rest:
94 Main St. Northfield, MA
Centennial House Bed and Breakfast in Northfield, Massachusetts is a historical, boutique B&B offering modern amenities in the quintessential New England village of Northfield, MA. They are well known for their excellent breakfasts and friendly hosts.
Daniel Stebbins House
1 Silver St. South Hadley, MA
Each room is named for historic figures that are notable in Western Mass - Francis Perkins, Mary Lyon, Abby Wright, and Joseph Allen Skinner. Continental breakfast offered each morning and there's a beautiful garden area for relaxing outdoors. The B&B is close to many of the 5 colleges in the area.
The Shelburne House
66 Colrain Shelburne Rd, Shelburne Falls, MA
The Shelburne House is a three-room bed and breakfast set in the Berkshire foothills. It’s conveniently located between Shelburne Falls and Turners Falls which is an excellent area to explore in the fall. The house itself was built in 1835 by the Fellows family and is surrounded by active and dormant apple orchards.
The Warfield Inn
200 Warfield Rd, Charlemont, MA
Situated alongside and above the Deerfield River and Charlemont and adjacent to Berkshire East Mountain Resort, the newly renovated Warfield House is a fantastic choice for those looking for an upscale inn, dining, and beautiful mountain views.
The Old Mill Inn
87 School St. Hatfield, MA
The Old Mill Inn is looking “new” nowadays with a huge renovation to all 12 rooms and the building itself. The vibe is now an upscale, modern experience while remaining true to the industrial heritage of the Inn and surrounding area. The Inn sits on the bank of the Mill River in Hatfield and guests can relax to the sound of the rushing river and their own waterfall. Oh, and the breakfasts are epic and worth a trip for the biscuits alone!
Happy Fall! We hope you enjoy the beautiful “Happy Valley” during the most charming season of all!