Ashfield, MA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Ashfield

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The SpaceOur 19th-century home was built by George William Curtis, then the editor of Harpers Weekly. It’s a charming, sprawling old house that abuts the town green. Curtis and his wife, Anna Shaw, called this home in the summers. The Annalise room is a beautiful bedroom is right out of a fairytale. It was created for our daughter, Annalise. It features a full bed, big open windows and a shared bathroom. Guest AccessThe guest will have access to wireless internet and a landline for local calls. There is very little cell service in Ashfield. Feel free to relax in and around the house. Sit on the porch, wander through the gardens, smell the flowers and visit the chickens! The NeighborhoodLocated in Ashfield, a classic, rural western Massachusetts town in the foothills of the Berkshires. We are right in the center of town, where you can find a lake, farmers market on Saturdays, Elmers Store (where you can eat meals and find groceries), Country Pie Pizza, hardware store (where you can find anything and everything), two golf courses, and four theater production companies (Double Edge, Ashfield Community Theater, Pauline Productions, and Pilgrim Theater). Ashfield is a half-hour drive from the Pioneer Valley towns of Northampton and Amherst, about 2 hours from Boston, and about 3 hours from New York City. Getting AroundThe Curtis House is right in the center of Ashfield and is within walking distance to all. Other Things to NoteThere are three bedrooms at the Curtis House you may rent. You are able to rent out the whole house if you like. For more information about the Curtis House visit (URL HIDDEN) If you would like a special dinner during your stay, let us know and we will be happy to cook for you.
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The SpaceAshfield is a tiny town (1500 residents) in Western Massachusetts - yet has always been known for its artists, writers, educators and philosophers. Our inn was built when George Washington was still in office and one of its earliest residents was Dr. Knowlton, who wrote the first pamphlet in the US on birth control (and was then jailed for it.) And the residents are no less interesting today! Guest AccessWe have no television, but we do have wireless internet. Cell phones don't work in the entire town, so it's an excellent place to retreat and really retreat. We do have a house phone with free long-distance if you'd like to connect with the outside world. Nearby are hiking trails, mountains, Ashfield Lake (good for swimming in summer and skating in winter,) Elmer's Store (where you have breakfast and other interesting hang-out time,) a very cool hardware store (old wooden floors, anything practical and practically anything - including ice cream cones) and more. For dinner in town there's Elmer's Store on Friday nights and the Ashfield Lakehouse for the rest of the week. It's a pretty cool little town. ---And our chef at Elmer's is from New Orleans and baby, can he cook! Interaction with GuestsOur innkeeper, Michael Hulburt is always available, always fun, entertaining (if you like interaction) or plenty busy with other things if you don't. The NeighborhoodNearby are hiking trails, mountains, Ashfield Lake (good for swimming in summer and skating in winter,) Elmer's Store (where you have breakfast and other interesting hang-out time,) a very cool hardware store (old wooden floors, anything practical and practically anything - including ice cream cones,) a great library and more. For dinner in town there's Elmer's Store on Friday nights and the Ashfield Lakehouse for the rest of the week. It's a pretty cool little town. ---And our chef at Elmer's is from New Orleans and baby, can he cook! Getting AroundWell sir, you can walk, ride a bike, ride a snowmobile, skate, ski, snowshoe or drive. But that's all.
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The SpaceBeldingville is a truly unique destination due it energy efficiency and sustainability and to the many amenities available to our quests such as a professional tennis court, billiards, hot tub, 1/8 mile roller skating track, horseshoes, bocce, basketball and over 100 acres of hiking trails. A perfect getaway for one or two couples who seek an intimate country experience. Guest have an opportunity to learn about the solar system that generates all of our electricity and the wood gasification boiler that heats the home. Guest AccessGuests have access to many outdoor activities including tennis, hot tub, pitch & putt golf, bocce, basketball, trout fishing and acres of hiking trails. Interaction with GuestsI am close by and am available for any issues that may arise. The NeighborhoodWe are a rural farming community with neighbors nearby and not so near. We are blessed with organic farms within a mile and restaurants that provide vegetarian and gluten free food from local farms. Getting AroundGiven the nature of rural living, transportation by car is a necessity. Other Things to NoteThe woods here are full of old growth pines and hemlocks. The land is both flat and riddled with ravines and hidden gullies covered with ferns.
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The SpaceBeldingville is a truly unique destination due it energy efficiency and sustainability and to the many amenities available to our quests such as a professional tennis court, billiards, hot tub, 1/8 mile roller skating track, horseshoes, bocce, basketball and over 100 acres of hiking trails. A perfect getaway for one or two couples who seek an intimate country experience. Guest have an opportunity to learn about the solar system that generates all of our electricity and the wood gasification boiler that heats the home. Guest AccessGuests have access to many outdoor activities including tennis, hot tub, pitch & putt golf, bocce, basketball, trout fishing and acres of hiking trails. Interaction with GuestsI enjoy having folks here and am always interested in their stories. I can be as available or discrete as need be. The NeighborhoodWe are a rural farming community with neighbors nearby and not so near. We are blessed with organic farms within a mile and restaurants that provide vegetarian and gluten free food from local farms. Getting AroundGiven the nature of rural living, transportation by car is a necessity. Other Things to NoteThe woods here are full of old growth pines and hemlocks. The land is both flat and riddled with ravines and hidden gullies covered with ferns.
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The SpaceOur 19th-century home was built by George William Curtis, then the editor of Harpers Weekly. It’s a charming, sprawling old house that abuts the town green. Curtis and his wife, Anna Shaw, called this home in the summers. Amelia's room is a spacious room filled with light, books and plants. There is a shared bathroom with clawfoot tub. Guest AccessThe guest will have access to wireless internet and a landline for local calls. There is no cell service in Ashfield, so it is perfect for retreating and resting. Feel free to relax in and around the house. Sit on the porch, wander through the gardens, smell the flowers and visit the chickens! The NeighborhoodLocated in Ashfield, a classic, rural western Massachusetts town in the foothills of the Berkshires. We are right in the center of town, where you can find a lake, farmers market on Saturdays, Elmers Store (where you can eat meals and find groceries), Country Pie Pizza, hardware store (where you can find anything and everything), two golf courses, and four theater production companies (Double Edge, Ashfield Community Theater, Pauline Productions, and Pilgrim Theater). Ashfield is a half-hour drive from the Pioneer Valley towns of Northampton and Amherst, about 2 hours from Boston, and about 3 hours from New York City. Getting AroundWe are right in the center of town. Within walking distance to all. Other Things to NoteThere are three bedrooms at the Curtis House you may rent. You are able to rent out the whole house if you like. If you would like to have a dinner catered during your stay, please let us know. We would be happy to create a special meal for you. For more information about the Curtis House visit (URL HIDDEN)
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The SpaceMy home is distinguished with it's listing on the National Register of Historic Places! Located in the village of Ashfield in beautiful Western Massachusetts. The guest rooms are filled with period furnishings. A full breakfast for up to two people is included. Stroll to a lake, 2 minutes away. Enjoy the hot tub out back to relax before bedtime. Wifi throughout the house.
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    The SpaceMy home is distinguished with it's listing on the National Register of Historic Places! Located in the village of Ashfield in beautiful Western Massachusetts. The guest rooms are filled with period furnishings. A full breakfast for up to two people is included. Stroll to a lake, 2 minutes away. Enjoy the hot tub out back to relax before bedtime. Wifi throughout the house.
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    The Space Our 19th-century home was built by George William Curtis, then the editor of Harpers Weekly. It’s a charming, sprawling old house that abuts the town green. Curtis and his wife, Anna Shaw, called this home in the summers. Mom's Room is a bedroom filled with light and beautiful paintings, knick-knacks and plants. It features a full bed, big open windows and an attached bathroom with clawfoot tub. Guest AccessThe guest will have access to wireless internet and a landline for local calls. There is no cell service in Ashfield, so it is perfect for retreating and resting. Feel free to relax in and around the house. Sit on the porch, wander through the gardens, smell the flowers and visit the chickens! The NeighborhoodLocated in Ashfield, a classic, rural western Massachusetts town in the foothills of the Berkshires. We are right in the center of town, where you can find a lake, farmers market on Saturdays, Elmers Store (where you can eat meals and find groceries), Country Pie Pizza, hardware store (where you can find anything and everything), two golf courses, and four theater production companies (Double Edge, Ashfield Community Theater, Pauline Productions, and Pilgrim Theater). Ashfield is a half-hour drive from the Pioneer Valley towns of Northampton and Amherst, about 2 hours from Boston, and about 3 hours from New York City. Getting AroundWe are right in the center of town. Within walking distance to all. Other Things to NoteThere are three bedrooms at the Curtis House you may rent. You are able to rent out the whole house if you like. For more information about the Curtis House visit (URL HIDDEN) If you would like to have a dinner catered during your stay, please let us know. We would be happy to create a special meal for you.
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    The SpaceThe overall property is smaller than our listing under Montague (Fabulous Retreat Near Amherst/Noho), but with the same decor and attention to detail. Check out our other reviews! Windows overlook gardens and adjacent fields, a beautiful birch, lilacs in spring, and barns. Bath is private with tub/shower combo. We are situated on nearly 3/4 acre, with open lawn, roses, rhododendron, forsythia and (hopefully) some fruit on a couple of trees. You can relax outside on a stone patio or under the trees in the open. Guest AccessBooks, cook books, cookware, spices and the like. Also, plentiful music, internet and wifi. Interaction with GuestsWe care very social and can be as present as you like (certainly we will be in the main part of the house at busy times) but if you like to retreat in your room that is fine too. The NeighborhoodAshfield is utterly amazing and charming. Gorgeous green, delicious Countrypie Pizza, the ever-charming Ashfield Hardward Store, Elmer's (great pancakes etc) and some of the friendliest people in Western Massachusetts, not to mention one of the best fall festivals around. We are on a quiet lane lined with old growth maples…….only 7-8 houses all well spaced apart on large parcels, and we are at the very end assuring a great deal of tranquility and open space despite the edge of village location. Getting AroundThere is no transit in Ashfield, so you will need a car. Northampton is an easy 25 minute drive, Shelburne Falls only 10 min., Deerfield is about 15 min. and Amherst about 35 minutes by easy road (no route 9 hassles). Ashfield is about 15-18 minutes from the 91 (Deerfield/Sunderland exit) and 1 hour from Bradley International Airport. There is a train that runs from NYC to Northampton where you can get a rental car (or from Vermont to Greenfield, MA). We offer a private off-street parking space. Other Things to NoteWe are not set up to take arrivals before 6pm on regular weekdays. We do have 2 sweet dogs over 10 years old who should not be let out on their own. During summer you are welcome to help in the garden and use some of the veggies and herbs that should spring up (fingers crossed).
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    The SpaceModern comforts in this gorgeous, passive solar, post and beam house on 50 private acres with a view of the Green Mountain foothills. Two huge bedrooms (450 sq ft) and a third medium sized. One of the bedrooms has a king size bed, the two others have queens. There are two and a half bathrooms - one in the master bedroom. There's also a pull out couch on the first floor if necessary. Passive solar house (wood/oil radiant heat) is spacious and warm; new laundry facilities, expansive and well-equipped kitchen, wood floors, large living room/dining room with wood stove and a 34' x 12' deck that looks an amazing view of the Green Mountains. A third of a mile off a quiet country road with a pond, fire pit, streams, two large vegetable gardens, perennial gardens galore, with awesome hiking trails, lakes and cross country skiing nearby. Field stone fire pit and gas grill for great summer and fall hanging out. This property has a little of everything. Privacy, gorgeous gardens, a pond, great walks in the woods and access to the ultra cool town of Ashfield, MA. Ashfield is a quintessential small New England town with great amenities - Elmer's breakfast and lunch (voted best pancakes in New England by Yankee Magazine), The Lake House (a great lunch and dinner place right on Ashfield Lake), Country Pie (the best pizza for 100 miles!) as well as Neighbors (a gas station and convenience store.) So while you'll be out in the woods you're not in the middle of no-where. Ashfield has a wonderful town beach, town tennis courts (free), and two golf courses. There are many well marked town trails in several locations and the DAR State forest just minutes away with swimming and hiking galore. There is a weekly farmer's market during the summer, a town film festival in September and the classic Fall event, The Ashfield Fall Festival which coincides with peak leaf peeking and Columbus Day weekend. The annual festival offers craft and art exhibits by more than 50 exhibitors, locally-grown and prepared foods, live music and dance, face-painting and other children’s activities. Admission is free. Ashfield also boasts the world renowned, Double Edge Theater, whose performances are immersive events that are physical, lush and dreamlike. Each original performance is created by an ensemble of multi-talented artists and their works are toured nationally and internationally. Ashfield is just minutes from the historic, quaint Shelburne Falls, MA; 30 minutes from the restaurants, culture and shopping of Northampton, Amherst and Greenfield, MA, forty minutes from Mass MoCA and an hour to the cultural gems of the Berkshires; Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow and the Clark Museum. Only an two hours from Boston; three and a half hours from NYC. DSL and cellphone coverage! Interaction with GuestsI live part time in NYC and when I am in Ashfield, I live on the premises in a small apartment above the garage but I keep a very low profile. I leave a booklet with all the area attractions, including trails, menus and directions. And I am always available by phone for questions and concerns. The NeighborhoodHere are some links that describe Ashfield and the surrounding area: About Ashfield from the NY Times: (URL HIDDEN) About Ashfield from Yankee Magazine: (URL HIDDEN) A photo essay about Ashfield, MA in Yankee Magazine: (URL HIDDEN) About Shelburne Falls (15mins away) from the NY Times: (URL HIDDEN)
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    The SpaceLocated on Main Street in the small, historic town of Ashfield, Massachusetts at the foot of the Berkshires, The Zachariah House is a charming, well furnished, post and beam antique cape attached to the former Historic Zachariah Field Tavern (circa 1792). The unit boasts a lovely stone fireplace, wide pine floors, fully equipped and stocked kitchen with all new appliances and cookware, 54" TV, DVD player. Separate semi-private loft-sleeping (queen bed and double bed) overlook the fireplace and living room. Beautifully updated tile bath with Tub and shower. All linens and towels provided. Comfortably sleeps 4 with pullout couch in Living room for two more. Ideal for for couple or small family. Walking distance to dining and the lake. Internet/Wi-Fi friendly; Roku TV/Netflix service; somewhat limited cell service; land line on site. Guest AccessThere is a private stone patio attached to the unit with a Weber Gas Grill and adirondeck chairs for relaxing. Interaction with GuestsWe live locally in Greenfield and are available to offer suggestions for hiking, biking, tubing, kayaking, skiing, shopping, arts and entertainment in the Franklin/Hampshire County area. The NeighborhoodZachariah House is attached to the oldest building in Ashfield, built in 1798 and formerly served as a Tavern for residents and travelers, and now is a small, quiet residential apartment building. It is located across the street from the Town common which hosts the Farmers Market on Saturday mornings from May through September. It is a short stroll down the Street to 'Elmers' which serves up fabulous breakfasts, (and now dinners with Wine and Spirits!) and a great spot to pick up locally made foods, cheeses, breads, and gifts. Beautiful Ashfield Lake is just down the street and a peaceful spot to watch sunsets. The area is full of outdoor opportunities from hiking, biking, skiing, ziplining to just plain relaxing. Getting AroundGreat area for Biking, Hiking, Skiing, walking.....but no public transportation. Other Things to NoteThe Zachariah House is a short walk to : Elmer's Store - famous local hangout with great breakfasts. Now serving dinners and a recently added pub bar; live entertainment. Fine selection of locally made cheeses, breads and gifts. Ashfield Lake - lovely quiet lake and beach, offering tennis, swimming, boating...enjoy wonderful western sunsets from the beach. The Ashfield Lake House - Waterfront drinks and casual dining, indoors and outdoors, with live entertainment. Double Edge Theater - Internationally recognized outdoor theater, offfering Live theater productions throughout the summer - Yankee Magazine voted it best Farm Theater. Country Pie Pizza - Pizza, soup, subs and games. Ashfield Farmers Market - Across the Street from Zachariah House every Saturday morning throughout the summer; live music, tasty treats. We are a short drive to: Charlemont, MA - Tubing, rafting kayaking, zip line adventures - Zoar Outdoor Adventures, Crabapple Tours, Berkshire East Ski Resort. Goshen, MA - DAR State Forest and Highland Lake - great swimming, boating, camping and hiking/biking trails. Shelburne Falls, MA - Charming Town with wonderful restaurants, famous Bridge of Flowers, numerous artists' galleries and other shopping opportunities. Deerfield, MA Historic Old Deerfield, Deerfield Academy; Butterfly Museum. Lenox, MA - TANGLEWOOD - Bring your picnic, blanket and bottle of wine. Northampton, Funky, hip college town offering numerous restaurants, shopping, and entertainment; Paradise City Arts Festival, various horse shows through the summer. Amherst, MA, Quintessential college town - home of Amherst College, University of Massachusetts, and Hampshire College. Greenfield, MA, Annual Green River Summer Musical Festival and Hot Air Ballooning; weekly outdoor concerts at the Energy Park; dining and entertainment.
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    The SpaceWinter is here. Experienced winter campers only til spring. No water and it gets quite cold and freezes in the yurt so no refrigerator. Compost toilet is in the yuet til spring. Rest of description is for spring thru fall rentals. Its a nice new 24' diameter yurt. 4 screened windows and a sky light, so its bright and its a circle, what's cooler than that? You control the temperature. Easy open windows for a nice cool breeze if its hot out, or cover them up again and light the fire if its cold at night. You open and close the windows from the outside, so you need to cover them up if you leave for the day, in case it rains while you are out. Our lovely peaceful yurt is surrounded by a large open field, a portion of which is kept mown while some is left long for wildlife. There is a permaculture kitchen garden beside the front door with culinary herbs and salad greens. There's a stone lined fire pit to cook marshmellows on. A screen house, and a bathroom tent for privacy when using the composting toilet and for cool rinse off under the camp solar shower bag. The lovely country property was once part of a 200 acre dairy farm. It is walking distance to a network of nature trails that connect to a State park (there are hot pay-showers at the park campground). There's a waterfall and lake nearby where you can swim. Wonderful fishing, and amazing hiking and mountain biking. Bring your toys and enjoy a relaxing vacation of off-grid living (okay, its not totally off grid, there's one plug for the fridge, but you can unplug it if for your stay if you want to claim you really lived off the grid). Cell signal is available on the property, but not good enough for streaming. If you are desperate, we will tell you where to stand to make a phone call and check text messages or email. This is a quite, country, retreat. We suggest you prepare, and enjoy the feeling of freedom that totally disconnecting brings to your life. You will thank us. Available for quiet weekends or vacations, intimate workshops, special events. Best for short term rental (if you have an interest in a long term rental, we suggest you book a night first so we can meet you and so you can be sure this is the right place for you, its camping after all). There is a wonderful local food scene in this part of the world. If you are a locavore, and want to spoil yourself and your guests, we can arrange for a fridge full of raw milk and handmade cheeses from an organic grassfed dairy nearby (you choose, goat and/or cows milk), locally pressed hard cider, wine or craft beer, and wonderful organic veggies from our local horse powered CSA. Homemade bread from our local bakery. If you stay on a weekend in the summer months, you can visit the local farmers market and pick-up your own, bike there and make a morning of it. If you've got a special event, we can connect you with a local chef to cater for you and your guests. We have even been known to help arrange "a Roast" where you or our chef can prepare a locally raised, forest grazed pig or goat for your friends to feast upon. Bring your own flashlight, it gets dark here. Great for star gazing. So don't be shy, get in touch well in advance, and arrange for your special unforgettable Glamping experience. Guest AccessYou can drive carefully up the very rocky dirt path to the yurt in the spring, summer, and fall if you have a car that has a little clearance. There is a mini-refrigerator, a micro-wave, a fire-pit, and a hot plate. There are counters and a wardrobe for storing your clothes to keep them out of the dampness if it rains, and for your food to keep the mice out. There is about an acre of mowed meadow for your tents if multiple guests want to come together, and there is a screen tent with a table and chairs, as well as a tent bathroom with a composting camp toilet, a solar heated camp shower -it gets tepid at best, and a hose all set up for you and ready for your use. Very rustic, but with the wood stove in the yurt, you have some flexibility in case it rains or gets too cold in the early morning. There is dry firewood with kindling and paper, and the wood stove will get the yurt toasty warm even in the dead of winter. There are organic veggie gardens so you can pick-your-own. You can also arrange to learn more about permaculture while you are here. Nice quaint country restaurants located nearby in the center of town (5 min. drive or a nice bike ride); Pizza, country store w/bar that serves a nice weekend breakfast, Lake House restaurant with deck, bar, Sunday brunch, and a lovely public beach. Interaction with GuestsI am just a short walk away, down a little path, and available to orient you and help with anything that comes up during your stay. It's helpful to arrange a check in time in advance. Cell signal is spotty in these hills so you won't have reception till you reach us on the top of the hill. Best to come before dark and to print out a map with directions because most of the streets don't have street signs or stree lights. The NeighborhoodThis is a small historic New England community located in the foothills of the Berkshires with a lively local arts scene. There is a wonderful lake and farmers market in the town common and an annual fall festival that draws thousands each year. Beautiful scenery and friendly neighbors year round. This is a place you can unplug and re-connect with friends and family. There is no cell signal in most of the town, and internet access is limited too. People here know each other, and will look you in the eye and smile or wave when you pass them on the street. Getting AroundYou will need a vehicle to get here unless you arrange for a pick-up at the nearby train station or airport (30 min. to 1.5 hours away available for extra fee). There is no public transportation here. A wonderful place for mountain biking or to take long walks. Other Things to NoteThis is still a rustic rental. Yurts are tents. The walls are made of canvas, so occasionally, that means a mouse or spider may get inside. Also, we are learning to keep bees for honey, they shouldn't bother you if you leave them alone, but if you are allergic, or any of that freaks you out, you might want to stay elsewhere. Try the public camp ground nearby at the State Forest which has hot showers and a nice lake. You must bring your own camping gear. If you are traveling from far and need to rent a tent or sleeping bags, make sure you communicate clearly in advance. We may be able to help outfit a small number of guests. A small full-size floor mattress is available in the yurt.
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    Guest AccessGuests have access to the farmhouse porch, terrace, gardens, farm store, and berry picking. Inquire with host about kitchen accessibility. Interaction with GuestsHost will be available to point out trails and local walks, as well as what berries are ripe for picking. The NeighborhoodOur home is located 5 minutes from breakfast at Elmer's and the historic village of Ashfield, 15 minutes from Shelburne Falls and the Bridge of Flowers, and 25 minutes from Northampton. The farmhouse is located on a quiet country road. Getting AroundWe have ample parking room. There is no local public transportation. Other Things to NoteWe offer a discount of $10 per night for the third night's stay.
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    The SpaceLovely room with bath away from the owners space for quiet and privacy. On second floor so need to climb stairs. Air conditioning as needed but usually cool, mountain breeze at night. Guest AccessPrivate room and bath, porch and terrace.
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    Interaction with GuestsUsually we will be available for any kind of help you need. We mostly work from home and the main house is about 25 yards away. We can help with directions, local restaurants, nearby attractions and activities. We love this piece of paradise! The NeighborhoodThe guest cottage is in the Baptist Corner part of Ashfield, which is less than ten minutes to both Shelburne Falls and Ashfield center where you can find many good shops and great food. In Ashfield you will find three Trustee of the Reservation properties, a lake right in the town center with two swimmable beaches, three restaurants — Elmer's, Country Pie (the best pizza!) and the Lake House — a general store (Ashfield Hardware) and a convenience store with gas. Shelburne Falls is a popular attraction with the famous Bridge of Flowers, natural potholes, galleries, restaurants, two groceries, etc. Nearby you'll find hiking, biking, skiing (nordic and downhill), snowmobiling, ziplining, rafting, etc. Greenfield is a 25 minute drive. Northampton and Amherst both about 35 minutes. Getting AroundA car is required Other Things to NoteThe guest cottage is located on a farm. There are natural noises all around including crowing roosters, quacking geese, croaking frogs, and a babbling brook. (We consider it peaceful and delightful.) There is no cell service and limited internet service (no video streaming). Be prepared to unplug and let go a little bit while here.
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    The SpaceThe site includes: Pick-Your-Own organic cultivated and wild berries in Summer and Fall Kayak for the pond Fire pit with wood available for sale Pond-side hammock Guest AccessGuests have access to the farmhouse porch, terrace, gardens, farm store, and berry picking. Cooler available upon request. Drinking water is available from the farmhouse. Inquire with host about kitchen, house bathroom, and phone charging accessibility. Interaction with GuestsHost will be available to point out trails and local walks, as well as what berries are ripe for picking. The NeighborhoodOur home is located 5 minutes from breakfast at Elmer's and the historic village of Ashfield, 15 minutes from Shelburne Falls and the Bridge of Flowers, and 25 minutes from Northampton. The farmhouse is located on a quiet country road. Getting AroundWe have ample parking room. There is no local public transportation. Other Things to NoteWe offer a discount of $10 per night for the third night's stay. The toilet is a latrine nearby the tent, and the shower is outdoors and located at the farmhouse. There is no electricity at the site. Please bring: Bug spray, cash, sandals, sunscreen, hiking boots, water containers for drinking and cooking, fire wood (in state only!), cooking stove or grill, flashlights or headlamps, food, appropriate clothing, extra bedding if over 3 guests
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    The SpaceFernwood is half a house, open floor plan and totally private. Guest AccessHigh speed internet. Seasonal bar-b-que. Great local dining, live music on the weekends at the Lake House. Terrific hiking , skiing, down hill and x- country. Interaction with GuestsI don't interact with guests, I have a property manager that maintains the home. Fernwood is secluded and private. The NeighborhoodThis is a house in the woods in a beautiful small town with the amenities to write or relax. The penultimate retreat for the urbanite looking to take a break. Getting AroundNo public transport , you need wheels . Other Things to NoteThis private residence is located in the Berkshire foothills in the town of Ashfield, Mass. A quiet hamlet from outside the "grind", Ashfield and the surrounding "hilltowns" of Western Mass. are made up of dairy and livestock farms and rolling hills to offer a pristine landscape. The area features seasonal activities such as swimming, hiking, cycling, skiing, kayaking, canoeing, and simply sunbathing in a private wooded setting. You need wheels, no public transportation. Three and a half hours from NYC, two and a half from Boston.
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    The SpaceNerves frayed from the rush of city life? Spend some relaxing time in A cozy little cabin on a dead end road, Surrounded by apple orchards, small pond, Inviting paths for walks in the woods. Read under the Ox Willow or Do art in the barn. Write your novel in peace; Meditate with Mother Nature, Dip in the pond and watch the birds come to drink Listen to bird songs, frog calls by day Maybe owls at night occasional sheep sounds from the farm nearby…. magnificent sky, magnificent stars, expansive scenery, just occasional cars, Two resident hosts eager to share a peaceful corner of paradise with you! Guest AccessThe Milkroom is a private 'cabin type of room' about 11x11' and is 300 feet from our house. About a 1 minute walk. In our house you have access to the bathrooms. One half bath/laundry directly inside the front door ( so you do not have to come through the house) and the other full bath with shower and tub is through the kitchen. And we are happy to let you use the kitchen. There is a small fridge in the Milkroom, and an electric teapot for your convenience. In the warm weather, the dipping pond is wonderful for cooling off, and the beautiful garden around the Dipping pond ( right outside your front door!) is a wonderful spot to meditate, write, create, do yoga... whatever you like ( that is quiet) Interaction with GuestsWe will be here to greet you and are available for any questions you might have. The NeighborhoodIt's the beautiful country hills of Western Massachusetts. Lots of wonderful walks and hiking. Getting AroundYou need a car. Other Things to NoteOur property is a very spiritual spot and we enjoy sharing this with like minded people. We are daily meditators and open to truth where ever it can be found. We work in the garden daily if you like getting your hands in dirt - just ask!
    Tent
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      With a 17-foot diameter and a 10-foot center height, this bell tent rental near Conway State Forest, Massachusetts, sleeps up to three guests. It is surprisingly spacious, and is furnished with a comfy queen-size bed and a single-size cot bed. Linens are provided by the host. Guests will have access to toilet facilities at a latrine nearby the tent, and the outdoor shower is located at the farmhouse. This is a truly rural retreat; there is no electricity at the site to help guests unwind and disconnect. Glampers will be welcome to use some of the facilities in the neighboring farm house, including phone charging spots, and the kitchen. Drinking water is available on site, and guests are advised to bring water containers to save having to make lots of trips. The tent overlooks the fire pit and beaver pond, which is perfect for kayaking, and is nestled amidst forest hiking trails and wild blueberry bushes. Glampers should bring their own cooking stove/grill to prepare a delicious meal to enjoy under the stars on their decking area. This property is the ideal spot for glampers looking for a quiet and comfortable getaway in the great outdoors.
      Farmhouse
      1br Farmhouse
      • Wifi
      This amazing rental has a modern yet rustic feel to it. Sleeping two in a lovely full-size bed, this is a truly romantic vacation destination where glampers can enjoy a prime location in the heart of the countryside without giving up any of the luxuries they would expect from a stay in a hotel. There is a dining room in the farmhouse where glampers can enjoy a delicious meal, or a porch space where they can dine under the stars. There are bathroom facilities, along with a lovely lounge area where glampers can relax after a busy day enjoying the local surroundings. This property is set on a working farm, and there are a range of events on summer weekends that guests can enjoy, along with an organic farm shop where glampers can enjoy a range of delicious fresh food. This is the ultimate glamping retreat.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Parking
      • Pets Allowed
      • Wifi
      Modern comforts in this gorgeous, passive solar, post and beam house on 50 private acres with a view of the Green Mountain foothills. All season beauty and tranquility; great for family holiday gatherings! Two huge bedrooms (450 sq ft) and a third medium sized. One of the bedrooms has a king size bed, the two others have queens. There are two and a half bathrooms - one in the master bedroom. Passive solar house (wood/oil radiant heat) is spacious and warm; new laundry facilities, expansive and well-equipped kitchen, wood floors, large living room/dining room with wood stove and a 34' x 12' deck that looks an amazing view of the Green Mountains. A third of a mile off a quiet country road with a pond, fire pit, streams, two large vegetable gardens, perennial gardens galore, with awesome hiking trails, lakes and cross country skiing nearby. Field stone fire pit and gas grill for great summer and fall hanging out. This property has a little of everything. Gorgeous gardens, a pond, streams, great walks in the woods and access to the ultra cool town of Ashfield, MA. A quintessential New England town with great amenities - Elmer's breakfast and lunch (voted best pancakes in New England by Yankee Magazine), the Lake House (a great lunch and dinner place right on Ashfield Lake), Country Pie (the best pizza for 100 miles!) as well as Neighbors (a gas station and convenience store.) So while you'll be out in the woods you're not in the middle of no-where. Ashfield has a wonderful town beach, town tennis courts (free), and two golf courses. There are well marked town trails in several locations and the DAR State forest just minutes away with swimming, hiking, skiing galore. Ashfield also has the Double Edge Theater, an experimental theater whose performances are immersive events that are physical, lush and dreamlike. Each original performance is created by an ensemble of multi-talented artists and their works are toured nationally and internationally, Minutes from the historic, quaint New England town of Shelburne Falls, MA; 30 minutes from the restaurants, culture and shopping of Northampton, Amherst and Greenfield, MA, forty minutes from Mass MoCA and an hour to the cultural gems of the Berkshires; Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, the Clark Museum, The Mount - Edith Wharton's homestead, etc. It is also 30 minutes away from the Five Colleges - Smith, Mt Hoyoke, Amherst, Hampshire and UMass/Amherst and all they have to offer. Cultural and educational events and museums including the Smith College Museum of Art, Mead Art Museum, Beneski Museum of Natural History and the Eric Carle Museum. Plenty of sports activities year round including rafting, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, down hill skiing, snow shoeing, fishing and swimming. Check out Zoar Outdoor, Berkshire East, Stump Sprouts, Notchview Nordic skiing for more information. Dozens of nearby farm stands sell locally grown and produced products including maple syrup, grass fed beef, hard cider, eggs, fruit, honey, yoghurt and raw milk, eggs, vegetables and flowers Only two hours from Boston; three and a half hours from NYC. DSL and cellphone coverage! The owner is on the premises in a studio apartment above the garage but keeps a very low profile. Room type: Entire home/apt Accommodates: 6 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5 Beds: 3 - one King, two Queens Minimum Stay: 3 nights Cleaning Fee: $120 Check In: 3:00PM Check Out: 11:00AM Country: United States City: Ashfield Cancellation: Moderate Pet Owner: Dog(s) and Cat(s)
      Estate
      4br Estate
      • Parking
      • Wifi
      Beldingville is a solar energy powered and sustainable rural estate with ridge views and an array of outdoor activities that will provide endless fun and a memorable experience. Located in Ashfield 'the neighborhood in the middle of the forest', Beldingville has 36 acres of open spaces, old growth forest, a pristine trout filled river and access to over 100 acres of trails. Guests also have access to Ashfield Lake for swimming and small boating. Two local restaurants provide locally grown food and one of them (Elmer's Store) serves the best pancakes in New England acording to Yankee Magazine. For those who enjoy fishing, Ashfield is centrally located to a number of cold water fisheries including the Deerfield, Swift and Bear rivers. Come experience some of the best fishing around.
      Bedroom
      Bedroom
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The SpaceCute 2nd floor room with window and closet in a comfortable 3 bedroom 1890's converted cape. 1.5 baths. Full kitchen access. Easy walk to everything including lake, fields forest. 4 miles to DAR park. Guest AccessGolf, tennis, beach on lake, pizza, deli, two family restaurants - Elmers and The Lakehouse, general store with ice cream, post office, gas station with ATM and full liquor license, fields and forests, safe biking routes all in country setting. Interaction with GuestsThe room is available every day except every other Friday and you would likely see my roommate and myself to some degree based on work schedules. The NeighborhoodI love where I live!! Getting AroundSadly no it's 30-40 minutes drive to most urban areas but only twenty minutes to scenic Shelburne Falls. And a walk to most things that you would need. Other Things to NoteEasy parking. Quiet nights. Friendly neighborhood.