Amherst, MA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Amherst

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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceThis room has a single-bed futon on frame. The bathroom is shared with my housemate. Guest AccessGuests have access to everything, e.g. internet, piano, cable TV, the woods, garden, front yard, back yard... Interaction with GuestsWe are helpful but not intrusive. Guests are welcome to have friends, small events at the house; visiting relatives are welcome to share your room, with limitations. The NeighborhoodThis is a wonderful place to study, relax, play our piano, cook, take walks, pick herbs and flowers from our garden, make yourself at home. 2.5 miles from downtown Amherst. FItness club with everything and more is a 5-minute walk; public (free) bus into town is a 12-minute walk. We have a spare bicycle, too. Getting AroundPublic (free) bus into town is a 12-minute walk and comes every 15 minutes when the colleges are in session. We have a spare bicycle. Other Things to NoteRespect. Soft eyes. My 8-year-old grandson often sleeps over on Friday nights.
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The SpaceOur mini-farm is peaceful and relaxing, with great attention to wholesome, home-grown food. We care deeply about the earth, choosing to use eco-friendly products, to source our electricity from wind, to heat with wood pellets, and to buy local. Guest AccessIn addition to your private bedroom with full-size bed and bath, you are invited to share our common spaces: kitchen and dining area, living room, back patio, and gardens. Just a few feet away is the bike path that goes into Amherst (5 mi) and Northampton (11 mi); the Robert Frost Trail and other hiking trails are also nearby. Interaction with GuestsWe will be home during your stay, and we are happy to share our knowledge of the area with you or to leave you to yourselves. If you would like a tour of the gardens, just ask: we're happy to show you around! The NeighborhoodWe love our little spot--it's quiet, beautiful, and surrounded by conservation land, but still so close to Amherst and all the amenities of the five-college area. We can spend the day in the dirt, then catch a movie and dinner in town . . . or just hang out on the back patio and listen to the birdsong. We have flyers from local establishments for you to peruse, and can make restaurant recommendations, if you are looking for good places to eat. Getting AroundAmherst is 10 minutes away by car, and 25 minutes by bike. Hampshire College is less than 10 minutes' drive away. By the back roads, Northampton is 15-20 minutes by car, and about an hour by bike. Other Things to NoteA freight train passes behind the house, so there is some noise from that every once in awhile, and it can pass by at night. We have earplugs handy on hand if you are a light sleeper. Unfortunately pets are not permitted due to allergies.
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The SpaceWe are near the center of Amherst & on a quiet dead end street. Guest AccessGuests can have access to bikes, kayak, snowshoes. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy meeting & getting to know our guests & making new friends. The NeighborhoodWe are walking distance from town, Amherst College & University of Massachusetts. Beautiful views of the Pelham Hills & farmlands are just a few blocks from us & there is easy access to the bike path. This area is filled with high caliber art museums, galleries, & rich in music venues & arts of all types. A few minutes out of town are beautiful trails, pristine New England countryside & the Connecticut River Valley. Getting AroundWe are a block & a half from the bus stop. The bus goes to the center of town & then North to Univ. of Mass. or South to Hampshire College & West to Northampton. Other Things to NoteOur house is smoke free. We love animals but can not have any pets allowed.
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The SpaceCozy bedroom with private bathroom in a peaceful quiet neighborhood two miles from downtown Amherst, and within walking distance to UMass. You can enjoy delicious food, fun shops and an Arts Cinema. We are close to hiking trails and a lovely pond for swimming. We offer an organic breakfast, including fresh brewed french press coffee and teas, toast, bagels, granola, cereals, fresh fruit and yogurt.
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Excellent
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceA graceful blend of the old and new near the heart of Amherst. Maybe you just want the master suite, but we can accommodate larger families and groups by adding one, or two more private bedrooms. Sleeps up to 7. A private front porch opens to the entrance foyer and staircase. Upstairs is the master suite/apartment (1 queen bed and 1 twin bed), with a private bathroom and kitchen attached, and lovely farm views. A second private bedroom (1 queen bed, and a massage chair!) is also available upstairs. Downstairs you will find a finely furnished living room (with a flatscreen TV, streaming movies, and lots of DVDs). If needed, the living room converts to a third bedroom by closing the doors and opening the sofa into a double bed. Outside, you and your guests also have access to a large fire pit, a gas grill, and picnic tables. Guest AccessPrivate front-door entry. Plenty of free parking. Access to our farm and trails. Plus all Amherst has to offer (see the guidebook section of this listing). Interaction with GuestsThe farm family lives in the separate adjacent home, and is often available to assist with anything you might need. We welcomes as much or as little interaction as you like. Chat about local sustainable livelihoods, tour the farm and CSA, or enjoy your privacy and do your own thing. The NeighborhoodA walkable/bikeable community, that cares about being a community. Stroll west past Emily Dickinson's homestead on your way to dinner in the center of town. Or turn east toward mother nature and hike to the Amethyst Brook Conservation Area, Mt. Orient, and the Robert Frost trail at the back of our farm. Getting AroundEasy access to the Five Colleges. Bus service (Pioneer Valley Transit Authority) is available on the corner (North East Steet and Main Street). Other Things to NoteHistoric farmhouses have their charms and quirks. N.B. There is only one bathroom available, and it is accessed through the master suite bedroom. This is perfect for couples, and usually works well for families and good friends too. Unrelated parties can still be very comfortable by using the other two private bedrooms, and keeping the suite open for kitchen and bathroom access. EXTRAS: You may also book a horse-drawn WAGON/SLEIGH RIDE or HORSEBACK RIDING LESSONS. Ask for details. Drop-in CSA VEGETABLES shares are also available.
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The SpaceHome is located in a unique development within a pine grove. Just a 7 minute drive to Amherst Center and close to bike trail and conservation trails. 12 minute walk to bus to Amherst Center and UMass. House is post and beam construction and has an Asian flair. Room is on the second floor. Free, fast wifi. Room is small but we encourage guests to share all the common area with us. (We also list a large private bedroom with king-size bed on the first floor and a room with 2 single beds.) Contact us for particulars. (King size bed, full breakfast) Guest AccessAll common areas. (Contrary to some reviews, the room is now private with a full wall and door) Breakfast sometime between 7AM and 8:30 AM. Interaction with GuestsWe try to make our guest feel welcome and at home, but also give them space for privacy. The NeighborhoodThis a 53 unit development nestled in the midst of a stunning pine grove and abutted by conservation land, trails and a pond. Getting AroundTwelve minute walk to bus. Seven minute drive to Amherst Center. Ten minute drive to UMass and Hampshire. Other Things to NoteRoom is on the small side. Close to bike path and nature trails. Use of two bicycles. Also 2 pair of snow shoes, available
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The SpaceCozy private room in 100+ yr. old house. Stream, garden and greenhouse in the back yard, a stone's throw from Amherst town center, and to the University of MA. (Within walking distance from the Peter Pan Busline.) Beautiful guest bathroom, cable, internet, kitchen privileges, and solar hot water which is always hot! Please be aware, however, that the guest bathroom is on the first floor, but bedrooms are on the second floor. For convenience, at night guests are encouraged to use my personal bathroom, upstairs, rather than having to negotiate the stairs. Also note that the guest bathroom is shared among the guests. Expect friendliness, and privacy, long walks through woods, town, or campuses. Beautiful neighborhood, any season of the year. Plenty of interesting restaurants including Japanese, Vietnamese, East African, Indian, American, high and low end. Plenty of culture in this 5 College area. Excellent transportation during the academic seasons. Guest AccessYou are welcome to use kitchen, dining room, living room, the outdoor "cafe," front porch and yard. I am happy to help you find your way to the University through the woods (literally "over the river and through the woods")! Interaction with GuestsI am happy to help guests regarding their stay. I can recommend routes for avoiding traffic, restaurants within your price range, points of interest in town and beyond, and public transportation. I have lived here for 20+ years, and know the area well. The NeighborhoodThis is an old and very desirable neighborhood with many interesting features. Across the street are chickens and fruit trees. I am surrounded by woods, gardens and a stream, yet located in the middle of town. Getting AroundThere is excellent transportation by bus during the academic year, and the service is adequate during the summer months. The 5 colleges, UMass, Amherst, Smith, Hampshire and Mt. Holyoke, support an inter-campus bus system. Peter Pan bus lines go to both the UMass campus and Amherst center (slightly closer to me, and an easier walk). The Amtrak train goes through Northampton. There are also possibilities to rent bicycles through me or my neighbor, zip car and Uber options. A Megabus station is at the Hampshire Mall in Hadley, but connecting bus routes to town are rather sparse. Other Things to NoteRecommended: Bring slippers and a bathrobe for your personal comfort. I enjoy meeting my guests and spending a little time talking with them. You are welcome in my home. Plan to enjoy the sites! There's so much culture and fun in this town, and in this area! It is a beautiful place to enjoy nature - worth staying a few extra days if you're here on business.
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The SpaceThe Scarboro Loft -- A quiet, private 500 sq.ft. furnished apartment above detached garage on family-occupied streamside property in a forest setting just 10 minutes from downtown Amherst, UMass, Hampshire College and Amherst College. 1/3 mile from bus line. Sleeps 4 comfortably. Queen bed and queen futon couch. Bamboo floors, full bath, vaulted ceiling, library, washer/dryer, fully equipped kitchen w/ dishwasher. Clean sheets and towels included. Corner store 1/2 mile away. Dozens of restaurants, cafes, and shops 10 minutes north in Amherst. Many restaurants deliver. Large second-story deck overlooking Scarboro Brook. Walk out to backyard hiking trail network past vernal ponds. Three-state Metacomet-Monadnock (M&M) trail runs right past. Hill-runners delight. 2.75 mile climb along streamside road to top of Mt. Lincoln. Views of Amherst, Mt. Holyoke Range and greater Pioneer Valley from the top. Bicycler's basecamp. Miles and miles of great cycling roads start here. Climb the Gulf for views of the valley and continue on to a 70-mile loop of the Quabbin Reservoir. Take the scenic Norwottuck Rail Trail to 4 miles to Amherst, continue on 6 miles more to spend the day in Northampton. Backyard streamside tenting space, picnic area available for M&M thru-hikers. Guest AccessGuests have access to: The entire furnished apartment, including - A fully equipped kitchen - Queen bed - Queen-sized futon couch/bed - Office space, desk and library including some of our favorite titles - Huge deck overlooking the Scarboro Brook Outside amenities include: - Hiking trails right from house - Huge network of hiking trails nearby - Large streamside yard and firepit (shared with our family) Interaction with GuestsWe're here to make your stay comfortable while honoring your privacy. Apartment is separate from our main house. You'll have it all to yourself. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet, residential/farm/horse country. We are on a scenic road that runs alongside the Scarboro Brook to a conservation area and a hilltop with views of the Pioneer Valley and Summit Range mountains. Convenience store is 0.5 miles away (it's the only one for miles around). Getting AroundBus stop, with service to Amherst, Northampton and a nearby supermarket is 1/3 mile from the house. PVTA offers free service to Amherst/UMass. Local taxi service also available.
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The SpaceUp to 3 rooms actually as available. Each accommodates 2. 3 m from town of Amherst, campuses, shopping. Not along bus lines. Complete bathroom, almost private. Quiet, isolated, peaceful from main rd, decks overlooking lovely views of woods and trails for hiking and biking. Small fridge in rm. Use of kitchen and washer negotiable. Small kitty mostly outside. 2nd person in same room is extra $10 Private rm in front "wing" of house, second one available at times too. Also guest bedroom upstairs, when available. Guest AccessFireplace, perhaps TV, limited kitchen facilities also. Interaction with GuestsDepends on my schedule and availability on particular day, but I only accept bookings when actually home. The NeighborhoodPeaceful and beautiful setting. Pretty, large timber frame house built by my deceased husband. Neighborhood isolated from noise, traffic. Only nature's sounds . Getting AroundOnly in town - does not reach my house.
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The SpaceTwo bedrooms and a private full bathroom are located in our walk-out basement. The rooms are sun filled and spacious. One bedroom has a queen bed and one has a full futon and smart tv with Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu Plus, HBO Go and can also be utilized as a living space. We have a queen air mattress for additional guests and a pack n play for infants/toddlers. Guests may park one car in our garage - additional cars may park in our driveway. Guests have a mini fridge, Keurig, and microwave for their use. Sheets, towels, shampoo/conditioner, soap, toothpaste, and hair dryer provided. Guests exit and enter through the garage/basement so aside from check-in/out there will be little interaction except for bumping into each other in the front yard although we are happy to speak with guests in person if available to address any questions about the area. Our house is on a quiet and lovely residential street in North Amherst. It's peaceful and beautiful yet not isolated - UMASS is down the road, Mill River Recreation Area, Atkins Farm Market, and a local library are a short walk away, and Amherst Center is a quick drive, bike, or bus ride away. We are about a 15-20 minute walk to UMASS (minutes by car/bike/bus) and about five-ten minutes from Amherst center by car. We are also near several PVTA bus lines for easy access via public transportation to just about anywhere in the five college area. North Amherst is a convenient location for exploring other area towns like Sunderland, Deerfield, Northampton, etc. Please note - the space is not wheel chair accessible - guests enter through our garage and down a somewhat narrow set of stairs. Just a heads up that you go through our garage and basement which at first might seem less than ideal but we promise and our reviews confirm that the guest space beyond our unfinished storage areas is great! We are New Yorkers who moved to Amherst in 2013. My husband is a UMASS alum - we are happy to answer any and all questions we can about living/working/going to school in the area. When you inquire please let us know a bit about yourself - who will be staying, where you are from, what brings you to Western MA, etc. Guest AccessWe provide all linens and towels. Interaction with GuestsInteraction is minimal although we like to greet guests personally and show them the space when possible. Other than that we may bump into you in the garage or front yard. The NeighborhoodWe are in a quiet, peaceful, family friendly neighborhood tucked away from the bustle of UMASS but a short drive/walk/bus/bike ride away. We are in a great location in North Amherst, perfect for easy access to surrounding towns. Getting AroundThere are several PVTA bus stops near us and you can walk or bike to UMASS, town, and a few local stores. Other Things to NoteWe are born and bred New Yorkers who moved to Western MA in the fall of 2013. My husband is a UMASS alum and we are happy to answer any questions about the area.
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The SpaceIt's 500 square meter of living space. private entry, pet and smoke free. Guest AccessPrivate entrance,one bed room with two single beds, living room with a queen size futon, parking space, bathroom, heating, and WiFi. Interaction with GuestsDepend's on the guest interest. I will be present to let guests in and show them the place. The NeighborhoodFriendly safe neighborhood in a wooded area, at the same time it is a walking distance from Amherst center, Amherst college, and Hampshire college. On the bus route to all five colleges. Getting AroundOn the bus route to all five colleges. You can also drive and park at the premise. Other Things to NoteThe space has a small kitchenette area but not cooking facilities. It has a microwave, toaster, kettle for boiling water, coffee maker, French press, and a fridge. Towels and linen are provided
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The SpaceThe B+B is actually a small "apartment" complete with lovely queen bed behind a shoji screen, private single bedroom, microwave, wifi, cable tv, small fridge, basket of information about the area and maps, hair dryer, bathrobes, slippers, snacks and breakfast served in the suite. Guest AccessYou will have a private porch which leads to the private entrance. In the suite there is a large desk perfect for working away from home or a quick postcard.Weather permitting, the backyard and gardens are for all to enjoy! Interaction with GuestsThis is our home, separated from the B+B by a lock-able door. We are almost always available to share information about things to do, places to eat, fun excursions, local history, etc. We are happy to have well behaved children of all ages. We include a four course breakfast as part of your stay with us. We do respect your privacy but have chosen to have a B+B because it's so much fun to meet people from all over the world! The NeighborhoodWe are located on a little knoll which parallels the main street, providing easy access into town (about a 10 minute walk) yet our neighborhood is quiet and private. The Purple Gables is quite close to UMass and a short drive to Amherst College. Hampshire, Smith and Mt.Holyoke are also nearby. Lots of hikes, the bike trail, the Emily Dickinson House and the Eric Carle Museum are a few of the attractions we can share with you. The Butterfly conservatory, Historic Deerfield, Yankee Candle are each a short drive. Getting AroundAmherst is fortunate to have the PVTA, a public bus that runs between the colleges, to Northampton and surrounding communities on a regular schedule. A bus stop is about 150 yards from our house.
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The SpaceOur guest suite is spacious and private. A large living room with a long sofa with chaise, bedroom with a comfortable queen bed and organic cotton/ linen bedding, dressing area, and private bath are all included and make a nice space for families. We have a queen sized bed in the guest bedroom, and a large comfortable sofa in the living room that easily accommodates another adult. We also provide a twin air mattress and bedding as needed. If there are more than three people in your party and comfortable staying in the two rooms of our guest suite, let us know and we will see how we can accommodate your stay. Guest AccessPrivate space-- comfortable for one or a few people. Interaction with GuestsVery little! We are rarely home when guests are coming and going-- if you want to visit come see us at our shop-- Home and Homme-- at 534 Main Street in Amherst. We are available by cell phone at all times, however, should you need us just call/text! The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is quiet-- a 1960's development with lots of trees and very quiet streets. Nice place to walk! We are a 25 minute walk (or a 5 minute drive) from UMASS, Amherst College, and Amherst town center. Getting AroundThere is a very good public bus system that requires about a 15 minute walk to access. From the bus stop it is possible to get more or less anywhere in the valley. Ask us about the best walking routes! We are also easily able to accommodate multiple cars if you are planning on meeting friends here for the weekend! Other Things to NoteWe provide coffee, tea, and a small refrigerator with appropriate accoutrements. There is also a small microwave, water kettle, glasses, mugs, and utensils. We do not provide breakfast. Our guest suite does not have a separate entrance-- but we are happy to have people come through our house! We are still in the process of renovating our home. The guest suite and most of our house is completely renovated, but other parts are still in process. The renovations should not in any way affect your stay-- but if there is a less than beautiful aspect-- please be understanding!
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The SpaceThis is a beautiful house that's cozy, in-town and relaxing. You can walk, bike or take the free bus to UMass, and Amherst's shops and cafes are just around the corner. It's a great spot, and we want to share it. Guest AccessStaying at our home is like being a short-term housemate. Feel free to use the living room (it has a woodstove) kitchen/dining room, and the enclosed 3 season porch. 2 shared bathrooms. We also have bicycles you may use at no charge. Interaction with GuestsSome guests may like to stay awhile and talk. Others just grab a quick breakfast and go. Either way is fine. The NeighborhoodThis is a wonderful, friendly, diverse neighborhood, with students, senior citizens, parents & kids of all income levels. (Well, no billionaires that we know of.) We're right downtown, so you can walk or bike to everything, including some quiet natural areas. Occasionally noise can be heard from the nearby cafés and student houses, especially when the weather is nice during the school year. Getting AroundFrom my place, you can walk or bike to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, the Emily Dickinson Homestead, Mead Art Museum, the Fine Arts Center, the Mullins Center, and plenty of local stores, cafés and restaurants. Local buses stop nearby, about a 2 minute walk from my place. The buses go to Northampton, UMass, Amherst, Smith, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire Colleges, as well as several State Parks and conservation areas. The buses carry bicycles. Inter-city buses stop at UMass and South Pleasant Street, both within walking distance. Discount bus company MegaBus provides service from New York, Hartford, CT and Burlington, VT. They stop at the mall in Hadley, about 5 miles away. From the mall, take a taxi or use the very reliable PVTA bus service. The nearest Amtrak station is now in Northampton, 10 miles away, but more frequent service is available in Springfield. PVTA buses run frequently from Northampton to Amherst. There is a Peter Pan bus depot a short walk from the Amtrak station in Springfield. Buses to Amherst from Springfield cost between $6.50 and $10.00, and take about 50 minutes. Van service to/from Amherst and the Springfield Amtrak station or Bradley Airport (BDL) is available from Valley Transport(PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). I used to be a driver for Valley Transporter, so naturally I recommend their great service! We have 2 off-street parking spaces available. Overnight parking on the street is prohibited December through March. Other Things to NoteThis room is on the third floor. Not handicapped accessible. In fact, there is a winding staircase to ascend, and the bathrooms are on the second and first floors. Super comfortable queen size bed with memory foam mattress, down quilt. There is also an inflatable queen size mattress available at no extra charge. Perfect for extra friends or kids.
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The SpaceThis is a beautiful house that's cozy, in-town and relaxing. You can walk, bike or take the free bus to UMass, and Amherst's shops and cafes are just around the corner. It's a great spot, and we want to share it. Sorry, no air conditioner in the room. Guest AccessStaying at our home is like being a short-term housemate. Feel free to use the living room (it has a woodstove) kitchen/dining room, and the enclosed 3 season porch. Interaction with GuestsSome guests may like to stay awhile and talk. Others just grab a quick breakfast and go. Either way is fine. The NeighborhoodThis is a wonderful, friendly, diverse neighborhood, with students, senior citizens, parents & kids of all income levels. (Well, no billionaires that we know of.) We're right downtown, so you can walk or bike to everything, including some quiet natural areas. Occasionally noise can be heard from the nearby cafés and student houses, especially when the weather is nice during the school year. Getting AroundFrom my place, you can walk or bike to the University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, the Emily Dickinson Homestead, Mead Art Museum, the Fine Arts Center, the Mullins Center, and plenty of local stores, cafés and restaurants. Local buses stop nearby, about a 2 minute walk from my place. The buses go to Northampton, UMass, Amherst, Smith, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire Colleges, as well as the Eric Carle Museum and several State Parks and conservation areas. The buses carry bicycles. Other Things to NoteSuper comfortable queen size bed with memory foam mattress, down quilt. Free bicycle rentals for guests.
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Walk to town on the bike path located across the street! 2 BR, 2 bath sleeps 4, with futon for 2 more in finished room in basement. WiFi, cable, A/C, outdoor grill and beautiful large sun room. On graduation weekends, minimum 2 night stay.
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The SpaceOur 500 square foot guest cottage is a light filled private dwelling just off the main house where the hosts live. Open and light-filled space has a vaulted ceiling in the main room with a comfortable queen bed with hotel bedding, a sitting area on one end with a pair of comfortable lounge chairs with table and a small eating area with a table and chairs near the perfectly proportioned little kitchen with stove, sink, microwave and refrigerator. There is a private little study with a large bay window that looks out to the lush gardens. A built in desk and bookcase are within this study with a door for additional privacy. Additionally, there is a small closet with hanging storage in this space and a private bathroom with a walk-in shower, sink and toilet as well as shelving storage. You will find thirsty towels, shampoo and soaps. Beautiful warm oak hardwood floors throughout. When requesting a reservation, the more information you provide about yourself and purpose of your trip to Amherst, the more likely it is for us to accept your reservation. Guest AccessGuests have their own designated parking space with a pathway to the main private entrance as well as their own secondary entrance to the back deck and gardens. There is a small bistro table and chairs on the deck in the warmer months for taking meals or enjoying a morning coffee while enjoying the view of the gardens. Interaction with GuestsWe greet you upon your arrival and departure and can provide as much information about the area as you feel you need. We respect the privacy needs of our guests. The NeighborhoodWe love our quiet neighborhood and it's convenient location to all of the amenities the valley has to offer. We are within a block's distance to the UMASS Amherst campus and a quick walk or drive to Amherst Center. Getting AroundPublic Transit (PVTA) stop is two blocks away. There are Zip cars on campus as well. Other Things to NoteThere are many hiking trails and public parks nearby. We encourage our guests to explore all of the little nooks and crannies that this area has to offer.
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    The SpaceThere is an open room in my 3 bedroom apartment. It is the Master and includes its own bathroom, walk in closet, and even its own entrance. The home is occupied with two young males in their 20s.
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    The Space two bedrooms, a large sitting room that can also accommodate three for sleeping, a refrigerator, a microwave, a coffee maker, tea and coffee, and under certain circumstances access to my kitchen, a bathroom with shampoo and soap Guest Accessa spacious outdoor landscape, a swimming pond, a stone patio with picnic furniture in good weather Interaction with Guestsas much as they wish The NeighborhoodIt is beautiful with a friendly, country-like atmosphere. Getting AroundThe free bus service that connects five colleges stops in front of my house. Other Things to NoteThe location is centered in a five-college area with access to theater, museums, libraries, music, boating, hiking trails, etc.
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    The SpaceA gorgeous, modern studio apartment, with private entrance, set in one of the most elegant gardens in the Pioneer Valley. A short walk from downtown, terrific restaurants, delis, hot tub spa, great bakery, Emily Dickinson's house, brewpub, and Amherst Cinema, yet near lovely walking, biking, hiking trails, it has intimate views of the garden from its many windows and patio door. There is a gazebo set in the garden offering a shady viewpoint to appreciate the flower/foliage splendor. (It is a four season garden so it is provides beautiful views even in winter.) The queen bed is extremely comfortable; the studio is elegant but simply furnished with bamboo floors, beautiful artwork, rugs and wall murals. The kitchen has small fridge, microwave, electric kettle, utensils, plates and cups. The bathroom is small but well appointed with tiled tub/shower and more garden view. Plenty of closet space in apartment. Wi-fi is free and works even outside. A large screen is available for casting onto from your tablet, phone, or computer (for example, casting onto screen your Netflix or HBOgo) Driveway Parking. No pets. No smoking. Accommodates only 1 or 2 people. A futon is available for separate sleeping arrangements. Guest AccessThe garden and its lovely gazebo, benches, and walking paths are open to guests. Wi-fi is free and works in apartment and in the garden. A large screen (with chromecast attached) is available for projecting from guests' devices (their Netflix, etc.) A small collection of slippers is available for guests' comfort. Fridge, microwave, electric kettle, coffee-maker, coffees, teas, kitchen implements, and dishes provided. Interaction with GuestsGuests are afforded a private stay. I am usually available for welcoming and for advising on resources in the area. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet, close to downtown, UMass, Amherst College, and Emily Dickinson's home, offers many wonderful restaurants, delis, shops, cafes, pubs, pizza, spas, lovely walks, and our delightful Amherst Cinema. Getting AroundThere are free five college buses during academic calendar, with small fares in the summer. Short walks to a great cinema, many restaurants, brewpubs, hiking paths, conservation areas, parks, and music venues. Hampshire College is a 5-minute drive or a bus ride away. Northampton (Smith College and many great restaurants and shops) and Mt Holyoke College are each a 20-minute drive (buses go there as well). Other Things to NoteThe garden is especially lovely for strolling three seasons, and even in winter it provides wonderful views. The gazebo is a delightful place to have tea or just view the garden.
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    The SpaceThis room is in an updated historic home full of antiquity with incorporated modern amenities. Guests have access to the common area of the main house as well as their own private door with separate locked entrance. I will be around on the property but not visible unless you need me! We are a 1 minute walk away from the PVTA bus stop.. great transportation around Amherst and the surrounding towns. Guest AccessGuests have access to the common area of the main house as well as their own private door with separate locked entrance. Interaction with GuestsI will be around on the property but not visible unless you need me! Getting AroundWe are a 1 minute walk away from the PVTA bus stop.. great transportation around Amherst and the surrounding towns.
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    The SpaceThis room is in an updated historic home full of antiquity with incorporated modern amenities. Guests have access to the common area of the main house as well as their own private door with separate locked entrance. I will be around on the property but not visible unless you need me! We are a 1 minute walk away from the PVTA bus stop.. great transportation around Amherst and the surrounding towns. Guests have access to the common area of the main house as well as their own private door with separate locked entrance. I will be around on the property but not visible unless you need me! We are a 1 minute walk away from the PVTA bus stop.. great transportation around Amherst and the surrounding towns. Guest AccessGuests have access to the common area of the main house as well as their own private door with separate locked entrance. Interaction with GuestsI will be around on the property but not visible unless you need me! Getting AroundWe are a 1 minute walk away from the PVTA bus stop.. great transportation around Amherst and the surrounding towns.
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    Guest AccessOnly one small room (a tiny 4th bedroom) will be closed off for our storage. Getting Around2 blocks from the bus line (on Main Street), and easy walking distance to UMass, Amherst College, and village center. Also easy access to beautiful bike path that will take you to in 3 miles to Whole Foods, Target, and in 6 miles to Northampton.
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    The SpaceThe house is a handicap accessible ranch on a small cul-de-sac, just 2.5 miles from downtown Amherst and Amherst College; about 4 miles from UMass, and less than 10 miles from Smith College in Northampton and Mt. Holyoke College in S. Hadley. Neighborhood is quiet, with the Robert Frost hiking trail 1.5 blocks away, a huge field and small pond at the top of my cul-de-sac is great for Frisbee or cross-country skiing. Just around the corner, the Hampshire Fitness Center has a pool, hot tub, weights and exercise machines, tennis, sauna, all manner of classes for just $12 per day. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to park in an extra garage space during inclement weather. Guests can also huddle by the wood stove on frosty nights or enjoy the deck or garden when weather permits. Kitchen is kosher; I can provide a wholesome breakfast of homemade granola, yogurt, fresh fruit and French-press coffee or tea. Interaction with GuestsI am happy to interact with guests who enjoy sharing a cup of coffee or tea together, as my schedule allows. The NeighborhoodThere is no shortage of great restaurants, museums, lectures, music and theatre in and around the 5 colleges and nearby towns. Special destinations: Eric Carle Museum, National Yiddish Book Center, Emily Dickinson Museum all in Amherst. Also: bike trails, farm stands many state forests and parks. Getting AroundPublic bus stop just up the block connects you to downtown, the 5 colleges, nearby towns and shopping malls.
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    The SpaceThe home is a classic center hall colonial that features a beautiful large, new, furnished, basement apartment. The apartment has two private entrances on each end of the home. One is off of the driveway with plenty of parking and the other through a shard-mosaic greenhouse from the gardens. (although not offered through this listing, the whole house may be made available for larger parties on occasion. This property is set in the farm country with a super convenient location close to the Five College\Amherst and Northampton centers. The apartment is fully furnished and the kitchen has modern appliances, granite counter tops and a nice dining area. You'll have your own tiled entry and use of our washer & dryer. A large bedroom with a queen bed and the second with a full size bed, along with an office\den with a full futon, can accomodate six guests or eight with the comfortable pullout couch\hide-a-bed There are comfortable reading chairs and two desks with comfy work chairs and computers w\ high speed (4G) Internet connection. (Or you can use our WiFi connection from your personal devices. The high definition TV has BlueRay 3D and All Share capability. The living room has comfy fabric sofas. The tiled bathroom is new with a large shower but is on the small side. Our property borders the Mill River estuary of the Connecticut (and a small damned section of Puffers Pond nearby) which is great for swimming, fishing and birding. We're surrounded by horse farms and just down the road from the UMASS' farm where llamas, horses, and many other farm animals live. It is just over a mile from the Mullin Center (NCAA D1 hoops & hockey and large concerts) and Fine Arts Center (world-class performance venue) on the campus of UMass and convenient to the other campuses of the Five College Consortium. (Amherst, Smith, Mt. Holyoke and Hampshire) We have an abundance of great restaurants, museums (The Mead, Eric Carle, Smith and Mt. Holyoke, Yiddish Book Museum), music venues in Northampton (NoHo or 'Hamp endearing names depending on whether you're a local or visiting). The Basketball Hall of Fame, the Museums at the Quadrangle and the college campuses of Springfield are just 30 minutes away. The "Big E" (Eastern States Exposition) is hosts New England's largest fair and trade shows and Six Flags New England amusement parks are also 30 minutes from the house. If you love the outdoors, there are wonderful trails to hike, snowshoe and ski. The area boasts seventy miles to spin into Northampton on beautiful bike paths and beyond to the Berkshires. Amtrak's Vermonter is close by and public transportation is convenient. We are just over an hour to the Berkshires and even closer to Southern Vermont's border. The Berkshires features Tanglewood (the summer home of the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops), the Williamstown and Stockbridge Theatre Festivals and the Williams College, Clark Art, Norman Rockell, Chesterwood and MassMOCA museums. Southern Vermont and Berkshire skiing are close by and easy to get to. We are two hours to Boston, three hours to New York and four to Montreal and Quebec! Pricing starts at $110 per room per night for two people. Special offers can be made for longer stays. Our greenhouse features an amazing shard mosaic display shown in the some of the pictures on this site. We offer a welcome basket with our famous freshly baked banana bread, cereal, coffee and teas and stock the refrigerator with milk and juice for you to enjoy upon your first morning. After that, you are on your own as far as food goes.... that is unless you want Don to cook for you and your guests and serve on the deck or dining room. We like to travel and entertain. Ask us about our place on the beautiful little island of Vieques off the coast of Puerto Rico with it's secluded Carribean beaches and wild horses! Guest AccessGuests have access to a large and very comfortable fully-furnished two-bedroom walkout garden apartment and an amazing shard mosaic greenhouse for coffee in the morning or a drink in the evening. We'll welcome you with our signature banana bread, fruits, juices, cereal, coffee and tea. The yard has fruit and berries to pick if you happen to be here at the right time. Interaction with GuestsYou'll have your own private entrances to the apartment and as little or as much interaction with the hosts that you need. We'll enjoy each others privacy but always available to answer questions or give directions! The NeighborhoodSurrounded by farms and across from Full of Grace horse farm but only a mile to UMass' Fine Arts Center, Mullins Center and two miles to downtown and Amherst College. All of the Five Colleges have amazing museums. Watch for low-flying hot air balloons! Community For Sustainable Agriculture abound in the area offering an abundance of organic produce. Watch the maple sugar steaming and have a traditional New England breakfast down the road at the Hadley Sugar Shack. Getting AroundWe're not on a bus line so you'll need to have your own car, call a cab, walk or bike to the Amherst Town Common for free concerts and a great farmers market. Amherst College (2 miles) UMass is just a mile away. We don't recommend walking in inclement weather and .....always where your bike helmet! (Our daughter and son-in-law are Physical and Occupational Therapist!) Other Things to NoteAsk about use of the amazing screened building in the back yard. We have provided a grill and patio table and chairs for you to enjoy outdoor dining in your own private deck area off the shard mosaic greenhouse. And.....don't forget to ask about our AirBNB property on the beautiful Caribbean Island of Vieques.
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    The SpaceA new "green" house rebuilt in 2006--legend has it on the site of Amherst's brothel. The only working girls now are my small flock of hens beside the shed that work for chickenfeed. Across the street is the Newell Court community gardens. An abundance of flowering trees, bushes and plants make an Amherst springtime a delight for the senses. Autumn finds the trees aflame with color. Guest AccessWith the exceptions of my bedroom, the other guest room and my loft office, guests are free to make themselves at home inside, on the deck or grounds. The Jungle Grrlz (my chickens) love visitors and will bend your ear dishing more dirt than Delta Sand & Gravel up the road in Sunderland. They love bugs more than the NSA. Interaction with GuestsDepending on your schedule and mine we can have a gab fest or just the bare minimum. I follow the middle path, so I can be still or chatty. I am also a good listener. I am available either in person or by text, email or my cell phone to answer questions or help with directions or suggestions. The NeighborhoodI have great neighbors, some older like me, some young college age and some 30-somethings with beautiful children. We have a community garden so there is a lot of neighbor to neighbor interaction. You might think you are on some country lane, but Newell Court is a private gravel way that is only a few minutes walk from the Amherst Common. Our neighbors include the Amherst Women's Club and the Emily Dickinson Museum. The high school ball fields and outdoor track are close by at Amherst High. We are one mile from the UMass Campus, a 10-minute walk to Amherst College and a short bike ride to Puffers Pond. The PVTA buses make it easy to get to Hampshire College a short ride down route 116 South. Getting AroundThe Pioneer Valley Transit Authority moves students, residents and visitors with a modern fleet of busses and a convenient schedule throughout the region. There are taxi and limousine services that offer rides to Bradley International Airport in Hartford (Windsor Locks), CT an hour away. A walking, biking, rollerblading path connects Amherst with Northampton. If you are looking for boating, the Connecticut, Deerfield and smaller rivers flow through the area. The Valley and the hill towns surrounding it offer a world of easy to challenging bicycle trips. Amherst alone offers 50 nature preserves for walking and birding. The Holyoke Range and Sugarloaf offer spectacular views for hikers. You can drive to the summit of Sugarloaf except in winter. A two-minute walk will take you to the Elements spa where you can relax in a hot tub, schvitz in a sauna or unwind with massage therapy or other bodywork. Next door to Elements is the Lumberyard, one of Amherst's fine dinning establishments or in the same block there's Bruno's for free delivery of pizza, subs and salads. The Amtrak train station with trains to and from Vermont and New York City has moved to Northampton, but can be accessed by PVTA bus. Greyhound, Peter Pan and Megabus all have stops in and around Amherst or Hadley. Other Things to NoteAmherst is central to the Five Colleges, Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke (South Hadley), Smith (Northampton) and the University of Massachusetts flagship campus. The "Happy Valley" as it is affectionately known abounds with arts, crafts, culture, education, farming, sports and recreation. So if it is music, theater, apple picking, museums, dinning, shopping or nature the area is the equal of many Northeastern cities but with less traffic and more convenient parking. Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost were poets who made Amherst their home as have many other notables both historic and contemporary. Whether it is enjoying a Shakespeare play at the Renaissance Center, a "contact high" at Gungafest on the Amherst Common or a homemade ice cream at Bart's there's something for everyone and every taste in the Valley.
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    The SpaceThis is a charming, furnished 1 bedroom apartment. • Bedroom: queen sized bed, closet, hardwood floors • Full kitchen: Walk into town for a meal, or cook here. Plates, cookware are all available. • Private Bathroom: Take a nice soak in the claw foot tub. • Private front porch: Enjoy the quiet neighborhood from the wicker furniture on your own private front porch. • Private entrance, parking • WIFI • Air conditioning • 10 minute walk to Amherst College or UMass • 10 minute drive to Hampshire College • 5 minute walk to cafes, bookstores, & pubs Guest AccessI provide coffee, tea, snacks and basics. Interaction with GuestsI will give you your privacy, but am happy to share anything about the area if you like. See the map at the bottom of my listing for some local suggestions! The NeighborhoodA beautiful, friendly neighborhood where you can walk 5 minutes and reach downtown where you’ll find cafes, restaurants (including some farm to table), pubs, shops, farmers markets and more. You can easily walk to Amherst College or UMass. Hampshire College is a 10 minute drive or bus ride away. Smith College and Mt Holyoke College are also right on the bus line. Walk into town for dinner, a movie, coffee, a beer, groceries, anything! Amherst is an original beautiful small New England town. Getting AroundThe closest PVTA bus stop is a 5 minute walk away. Other Things to NoteI prefer a 2 night minimum stay on weekends. I can be flexible if it's not at a busy time of year. Let's talk!
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    The SpaceWe try for easy -- easy house, parking, walking, biking, and amenities. Easy kitchen, comfortable bed, wireless, sometimes a bike and snowshoes. We are very happy when guests invite their own friends or the children they're visiting over for a meal (and cook it and clean up afterwards of course). Atmosphere is relaxed, progressive, and some say it's a good environment for composing and writing. I'm a publisher and grandmother; my housemate is a musician (percussion) and teacher. If you are going to the colleges: 2.5 miles to Amherst and UMass.; ~3.5 miles to Hampshire; ~10 miles to Northampton; 10 miles to Mt. Holyoke and South Hadley. Free bus ~1/2 mile from the house runs every 15 minutes weekdays. Peter Pan bus is 2.5 miles (Amherst). Megabus is about 4 miles. We are not inclined to host pets or toddlers. We have a sweet cat and a good air purifier. Guest AccessKitchen, laundry room, living room, dining room, patio, deck, gardens Interaction with GuestsWe're friendly as well as respectful of your privacy. The NeighborhoodEcho Hill is a slow-drive community and people bike, blade, and walk here, with or without walkers and wheelchairs. The Robert Frost Trail is across the small seasonal stream/ravine, audible in winter from the deck. Big grassy field nearby, also Hampshire Athletic Club with a full pool, indoor tennis, weight rooms, saunas and hot tub, classes, etc. ($12/day). The Valley is somewhat perfect, with good restaurants... museums... auctions.... ice cream... farmstands… state forests (Mt. Tom, Mt. Skinner, Mt. Holyoke, Norwottuck Range, Mt. Tobey, Cadwell Memorial Forest, Wendell State Forest). And colleges of course. Getting AroundTwo and a half miles to downtown and Amherst College. The bus stop is about a half-mile away (every 15 minutes most weekdays). The bike path to Amherst and Northampton is fairly near. So are two pizza places. Other Things to NoteWe have a two-night OR $150 minimum.
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    Guest AccessAll linens,towels, basic toiletries and hair dryer will be provided. The kitchen is fully stocked with cooking and bakeware , plates, serving dishes , utensils and condiments. Coffee, Tea, milk and fruit will also be left for your enjoyment. The Washer and Dryer may also be used for an additional $5.00 per load. Getting AroundPVTA and Five College Bus Stop is just a few blocks away. Peter Pan Bus stops in Amherst Center about 1.5 Miles away. Transportation to or from Boston or Hartford Airports can also be arranged, for an additional fee, if needed. Enterprise Rent a car is also located about 1/2 a mile away.
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    The SpaceA new "green" house rebuilt in 2006--legend has it on the site of Amherst's brothel. The only working girls now are my small flock of hens beside the shed that work for chickenfeed. Across the street is the Newell Court community gardens. An abundance of flowering trees, bushes and plants make an Amherst springtime a delight for the senses. Autumn finds the trees aflame with color. Guest AccessWith the exceptions of my bedroom, the other guest room and my loft office, guests are free to make themselves at home inside, on the deck or grounds. The Jungle Grrlz (my chickens) love visitors and will bend your ear dishing more dirt than Delta Sand & Gravel down the road in Sunderland. They love bugs more than the NSA. Interaction with GuestsDepending on your schedule and mine we can have a gab fest or just the bare minimum. I follow the middle path, so I can be still or chatty. I am also a good listener. I am available either in person or by text, email or my cell phone to answer questions or help with directions or suggestions. The NeighborhoodI have great neighbors, some older like me and some young college age and some 30-somethings with beautiful children. The street is a private and so the residents have to maintain it and we have a community garden so there is a lot of neighbor to neighbor interaction. You might think you are on some country lane, but Newell Court is a private gravel way that is only a few minutes walk from the Amherst Common. Our neighbors include the Amherst Women's Club and the Emily Dickinson Museum. Ball fields and outdoor track are close by at Amherst High. We are one mile from the UMass Campus, a 10-minute walk to Amherst College and a short bike ride to Puffers Pond. The PVTA buses make it easy to get to Hampshire College a short ride down route 116 South. Getting AroundThe Pioneer Valley Transit Authority moves students, residents and visitors with a modern fleet of busses and a convenient schedule throughout the region. There are taxi and limousine services that offer rides to Bradley International Airport in Hartford (Windsor Locks), CT an hour away. A walking, biking, rollerblading path connects Amherst with Northampton. If you are looking for boating, the Connecticut, Deerfield and smaller rivers flow through the area. The Valley and the hill towns surrounding it offer a world of easy to challenging bicycle trips. Amherst alone offers 50 nature preserves for walking and birding. The Holyoke Range and Sugarloaf offer spectacular views for hikers or folks who want to drive to the summit. A two-minute walk will take you to the Elements spa where you can relax in a hot tub, schvitz in a sauna or unwind with massage therapy or other bodywork. Next door to Elements is the Lumberyard, one of Amherst's fine dinning establishments or in the same block, Bruno's with free delivery of pizza, subs and salads. The Amtrak train station with trains to and from Vermont and New York City has moved to Northampton, but can be accessed by PVTA bus. Greyhound, Peter Pan and Megabus all have stops in and around Amherst. Other Things to NoteAmherst is central to the Five Colleges, Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke (South Hadley), Smith (Northampton) and the University of Massachusetts flagship campus. The "Happy Valley" as it is affectionately known abounds with arts, crafts, culture, education, farming, sports and recreation. So if it is music, theater, apple picking, museums, dinning, shopping or nature the area is the equal of many Northeastern cities but with less traffic and more convenient parking. Emily Dickinson and Robert Frost were poets who made Amherst their home as have many other notables both historic and contemporary. Whether it is enjoying a Shakespeare play at the Renaissance Center, a "contact high" at Gungafest on the Amherst Common or a homemade ice cream at Bart's there's something for everyone and every taste in the Valley.
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    The SpaceThis large 4-5 bedroom house was the subject of the book "House" by Tracy Kidder. The house is close to Hampshire College, UMASS, Amherst College and 10-15 minutes from Mt. Holyoke and Smith Colleges. There's also a private clay tennis court, a deep pond for swimming and in the winter skating, a hot tub, basement playroom and the whole Holyoke Range for hiking. snowshoeing and skiing. The house can accommodate 10-13 people. The master bedroom (first floor) has its own bath with a large tub. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms with queen beds, a bedroom with 2 singles and a single futon, another sitting room with a double bed futon. There is one bathroom upstairs. In the basement playroom there is a single pull out bed. The playroom has a pingpong table, tv, yoga mats, and toys. There's also a large screen house with sitting and dining areas as well as several porches and decks. There's a large, sunny, well equipped, eat-in kitchen. Close to Atkins for food, wine, ice cream. 4.5 miles from the center of Amherst, 7 miles from Northampton. Winter rates: $500 per night Feb. 26- March 8 Summer rate: $750 per night weekly rate: $3500 August 1- 9 Weekly rate: $3500.
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    The SpaceCozy private room in 100+ yr. old house. Stream, garden and greenhouse in the back yard, a stone's throw from Amherst town center, and to the University of MA. (Within walking distance from the Peter Pan Busline.) Beautiful guest bathroom, cable, internet, kitchen privileges, and solar hot water which is always hot! Please be aware, however, that the guest bathroom is on the first floor, but bedrooms are on the second floor. For convenience, at night guests are encouraged to use my personal bathroom, upstairs, rather than having to negotiate the stairs. Also note that the guest bathroom is shared among the guests. Expect friendliness, and privacy, long walks through woods, town, or campuses. Beautiful neighborhood, any season of the year. Plenty of interesting restaurants including Japanese, Vietnamese, East African, Indian, American, high and low end. Plenty of culture in this 5 College area. Excellent transportation during the academic seasons. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy interacting with my guests, especially as we have breakfast. The NeighborhoodThis is an old and very desirable neighborhood with many interesting features. Across the street are chickens and fruit trees. I am surrounded by woods, gardens and a stream, yet located in the middle of town. Getting AroundThere is excellent transportation by bus during the academic year, and the service is adequate during the summer months. The 5 colleges, UMass, Amherst, Smith, Hampshire and Mt. Holyoke, support an inter-campus bus system. Peter Pan bus lines go to both the UMass campus and Amherst center. The Amtrak train goes through Northampton. There are also possibilities to rent bicycles through me or my neighbor, and there are zip car options as well. Other Things to NoteUsually I only have one set of guests at a time, but occasionally have two. In this case you will be sharing a bathroom, either with me, or with the other guests. Guests are always respectful of others' privacy, and the bathrooms are always tidy.
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    The second floor bedroom in our 100 year old New England style home has a view and use of the backyard gardens. We are walking distance from Amherst town center, places of worship, and on bus route. Breakfast is included & driveway parking available.
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    The SpaceSecond Floor, three room apartment. One Queen bed for 1-2 adults. Great space for holiday time and while visiting your children at UMass/Amherst College/or Hampshire College. Guest AccessTwo private entrances to apartment--front and back of house. Use of outside porches and back yard. Interaction with GuestsI will interact as you are interested. I work full-time away from the home, but glad to help you out any morning or evening. I also will put out fresh baked goodies here and there---I love to cook:) The NeighborhoodMy home is short walk to ATMs; Dunkin Donuts; Subway; Pizza; Convenient stores for quick options. I am only one mile to Amherst center for some great restaurant options. Getting AroundI am on the local bus route which passes very frequently during the academic year. Other Things to NoteAs your reservation approaches, if no one was in apt. the night before, check-in time can be arranged much earlier than the posted 2pm check-in.
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    The SpaceHome is located in a unique development within a pine grove. Just a 7 minute drive to Amherst Center and close to bike trail and conservation trails. House is post and beam construction and has an Asian flair. Large bedroom is on first floor. Bathroom is across the hall. Free wifi. Complimentary full breakfast, espresso drinks and possible daily transportation to UMass or Amherst Center, if needed (call to confirm). Free use of bicycles. Be advised our prices are a bit higher on days of high demand. Guest AccessAll common area including outdoor patio. Breakfast between 7AM and 8:30 AM Interaction with GuestsWe try to make our guest feel welcome and at home, but also give them space for privacy. The NeighborhoodAmherst is a "college town with three colleges all within a 15 minute drive from our house. We are right off the main road, but in a secluded pine grove surround by conservation land. Many of our neighbors are professors or administrators at one of the college. Getting AroundTwelve minute walk to bus. Seven minute drive to Amherst Center. Ten minute drive to UMass and Hampshire. Other Things to NoteTwo bicycles and two pair of snowshoes available for guest use.