Rowe, MA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Rowe

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The SpaceIf a quiet getaway is what you are looking for, we have it ! The Trout House is a self catering, energy efficient, two bedroom cottage, with locally harvested pine and ash floors and a beautiful wrap around deck. Charlemont has lots to offer, from Berkshire East Zip lines to White water rafting to hiking! The nearby towns of Greenfield and Shelburne Falls have excellent spots to eat, listen to music, see a movie or just browse around. AND don't miss the stars on a clear night, they are outrageous! Less than 2 miles off Route 2 "The Mohawk Trail", we are an easy day trip to North Adams, MA the home of Mass MOCA, a great contemporary art museum (and sometimes concert center) and hiking trails up Mt. Greylock., the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown is a real gem of a museum, known internationally for it's collection. We enjoy the quiet, with no internet, cable or phone. When you want to "connect" there are establishments on Rte 2 with Wi-Fi and telephone access. There is progress being made for Cell/internet access in our part of the county... But it's not here yet. Happy to have you come and share our northwest corner of Massachusetts ! We're part of the "hill country" ! Guest AccessAll linens and towels are in place. Basic condiments including tea, coffee and spices are available in the refrigerator as well as pancake mix, real maple syrup and frozen blueberries (fresh when in season) . Interaction with GuestsWe try to greet our guests, give them the tour of the place and a reminder of the rules of the house, and then leave them to enjoy! The NeighborhoodWe are less than 2 miles from Route 2 but it feels like you are in a real getaway. No Cell service or Cable.. "off the media grid"... and so relaxing. the house is circled by tall pine trees and a mountain stream is just across the road. Lovely. Getting AroundCheck out this article for places they recommend, starting in Charlemont. (URL HIDDEN) Basic groceries can be found at Avery's on Rte 2. or Cold River has a restaurant and wine and beer. If you are coming from Greenfield, stock up at the Big Y that has groceries and wine & Beer. There is Berkshire Pizza on Rte 2 with Wi Fi. Shelburne Falls is a lovely town to visit and enjoy as well. Other Things to NoteWi fi is available at the Berkshire Pizza shop in town. A New York transplant has settled in Charlemont and given us a great treat ! New York style pizza . If pastries and ice cream are your thing. the Coffee Bean has some very nice treats for you to nosh on. And of course, rafting in the Deerfield River , hiking and zip lining are all great ways to get up close with our hills !
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The SpaceOur house has 5 bedrooms. This room, Anna's Room, has one queen bed. The hall bathroom is reserved for your use, but it is not an en suite. If you would like to rent the whole house see https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927. This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. Beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three- season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms. Guest AccessThere is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. You may end up sharing the kitchen, yard, and other common spaces with other guests. Interaction with GuestsWe have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day. Other Things to NotePlease note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
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The SpaceTHE HOUSE ON THE HILL WITH THE VIEW OF YESTERYEAR Built in 1784, this B & B and farm has spectacular views, dark, quiet rooms with private baths, sunroom with fireplace, gourmet homegrown breakfasts. Ten miles of x-c skiing/hiking trails start at the back door, around Rowe Forest and Pelham Lake which offers free swimming, tennis, volleyball, BBQ facilities, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing. Guest AccessLodging includes a hearty, homemade, homegrown breakfast for everyone. You are welcome to use all Maple House amenities including the screened porch with brick oven fireplace, hammock, Adirondack chairs in the perennial garden, basketball hoop and other lawn games, outdoor grill and picnic area, trails in our 15 acres of woods, and outdoor fire pit. You may help feed the sheep and chickens. You are also welcome to use the trails and swim, boat, or fish on the pond in the Pelham Lake Park, just a half mile through our woods. This private 1,000 acre game preserve has a wonderful lake with lifeguard and free use of paddle boat, kayak or canoes. Also excellent tennis, volley ball, and basket ball courts, playground, free wood for fires or bar-B-Q, and 10 miles of hiking trails that include two small mountains you can climb. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts are Rebecca and Michael Bradley. Rebecca is a nutritionist who is happy to modify her meals for your dietary needs. Michael owns Mobile Hearing Testing, an industrial hearing testing company. Together they run Maple House farm, a small homestead farm with sheep, chickens, berries and gardens. Breakfasts feature items grown on Maple House farm or locally such as fruited whole grain muffins, pancakes, scones, egg dishes, vegetable quiche, jams, juices, fresh fruit in season and other treats. Breakfast Monday through Friday is at 8 am. Self-service beverages and cereal and granola bar is available 7-11 a.m. On Saturday and Sunday we offer 2 seatings: 8 am & 9 am. The NeighborhoodWinding your way up along Pelham Brook, gaining 1000’ in elevation after leaving the Mohawk Trial, you arrive at in the scenic hill town of Rowe. Rowe was the site of fishing and foraging for local native American tribes. When war broke out between France and England Fort Pelham was built here in 1744 as part of a cordon of forts to run from Fort Dummer westerly to the new York Line. In 1762, the town lands were purchased by the Rev. Cornelius Jones, who named it "Myrifield" after the Greek word for "thousand." The town had enough settlers by 1785 to be incorporated as a town , named after John Rowe, a prominent Boston merchant. The town of Rowe grew around mills on the river, but also had other industries, including sulfur at the now abandoned settlement of Davis Mine, talc and soapstone mining. From the late 1880s vacationers would take the train to the end of the line in Zoar and Rowe became somewhat of a small resort town. Yankee Rowe Nuclear Power, the first nuclear power plant in New England, was built near the Sherman Dam along the Vermont border. The plant was in operation from 1960 to 1992 and is now completely decommissioned. The Rowe Historical Society maintains an excellent small historical museum, containing antiques, artifacts and numerous photographs documenting the history of the town, including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and the operation of the Davis Mine. Rowe has a wonderful small town feel. It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty, with wooded mountains, clear brooks and historic New England houses and farms. Rowe town center consists of a bright red English Phone Booth, a small stone 1907 chapel, and a white clapboard town hall and library, all snuggled up against the beautiful common on the mill pond. The backdrop is rolling hills and lush greenery. Trails start from here to Pelham Lake Park and Adams or Todd Mountain with views of Charlemont. The Deerfield River is Rowe’s western boundary and offers white water play, fly fishing, hiking, and biking in its gorgeous gorge. Rowe is close to down hill and cross country ski resorts in Vermont and Charlemont and has miles of groomed ski and snow mobile trails throughout town. Getting AroundDriving Directions: Take Interstate Route 91 north to Route 2 west in Greenfield, MA. Follow Route 2, the Mohawk Trail, west through Charlemont, approximately 18 miles. About 2 miles west of Charlemont center (with Neighbors gas, Avery’s General Store, Charlemont Pizza,) take a right onto Zoar Road at the green sign for Rowe and Monroe. There is a blue sign for the Rowe Historical Museum and Conference Center just before the turn. If you cross the Deerfield River, you have gone too far. Coming from the west on Route 2 this is the immediate left after you cross the Deerfield River. Follow Zoar Road 2 ½ miles to the T intersection at the big burned house. Go right onto Rowe Road. Head on up the hill along Pelham Brook into Rowe center, about 4 miles. Just past the Mill Pond and Rowe Town Hall, bear left at the fork in the road with a white sign “Heath 5”, straight up the hill onto Middletown Hill Road. We are the fifth house on the right- a big white house, red barn, and large maple trees. Please park across the street in the dirt lot, pulling nose in to the trees to allow space for 5 cars. Other Things to NoteIf you are arriving around dinner time, be advised that we have no restaurants in Rowe. Coming from the east you could have a wonderful stop and walk around the Victorian village of Shelburne Falls which has 5-6 restaurants. From the west you have a large selection of restaurants in Williamstown or North Adams and of course the Golden Eagle Restaurant on the famous hair pin curve. In Charlemont, the town where you turn up the mountain into Rowe, there is the Mohawk Park Pub (closed for the winter) and Cold Rive r Café. Or bring home a pizza from Berkshire Pizzeria.
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The SpaceOur house has 4 bedrooms. This room, the Max & Laura Room, has one queen bed. You may be sharing the hall bathroom with another guest. If you would like to rent the whole house see https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927. This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. Beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three- season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms. Guest AccessThere is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. You may end up sharing the kitchen, yard, and other common spaces with other guests. Interaction with GuestsWe have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day. Other Things to NotePlease note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
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The SpaceLodging includes a hearty, homemade, homegrown breakfast for everyone. You are welcome to use all Maple House amenities including the screened sunroom with brick oven fireplace, hammock, Adirondack chairs in the perennial garden, basketball hoop and other lawn games, outdoor grill and picnic area, trails in our 15 acres of woods, and outdoor fire pit. You may help feed the sheep and chickens. You are also welcome to use the trails and swim, boat, or fish on the pond in the Pelham Lake Park, just a half mile through our woods. This private 1,000 acre game preserve has a wonderful lake with lifeguard and free use of paddle boat, kayak or canoes. Also excellent tennis, volley ball, and basket ball courts, playground, free wood for fires or bar-B-Q, and 10 miles of hiking trails that include two small mountains you can climb. Trails are groomed for x-c skiing and a section of the lake is cleared for skating once it is frozen. We have $10 discount tickets to Berkshire East downhill ski mountain, just 6 miles from here. Stump Sprouts x-country resort offers our guests a day pass plus lunch in their lodge for just $20. Day trips east from Maple House include the village of Shelburne Falls for the glacial potholes, Bridge of Flowers, and artisan shops; "The Magic of Wings" butterfly aviary; Historic Deerfield; and Yankee Candle. Head west to visit the Hoosack Tunnel and the Heritage Park museum about its construction; Mount Greylock; and Mass MOCA or Clark Museum of impressionist art. The Deerfield River forms Rowe's western boundary and offers white water play and fly fishing. To the south is the Shaker Village in Hancock and the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge. Vermont is just 3 miles north where you can visit Adams Family Farm; go horse back riding; or hike or mountain bike Mount Snow. There are also 3 very scenic and interesting rail and canal bike trails within a 30-45 minute drive. Guest Access. Lodging includes a hearty, homemade, homegrown breakfast for everyone. You are welcome to use all Maple House amenities including the screened porch with brick oven fireplace, hammock, Adirondack chairs in the perennial garden, basketball hoop and other lawn games, outdoor grill and picnic area, trails in our 15 acres of woods, and outdoor fire pit. You may help feed the sheep and chickens. You are also welcome to use the trails and swim, boat, or fish on the pond in the Pelham Lake Park, just a half mile through our woods. This private 1,000 acre game preserve has a wonderful lake with lifeguard and free use of paddle boat, kayak or canoes. Also excellent tennis, volley ball, and basket ball courts, playground, free wood for fires or bar-B-Q, and 10 miles of hiking trails that include two small mountains you can climb. Interaction with GuestsYour hosts are Rebecca and Michael Bradley. Rebecca is a nutritionist who is happy to modify her meals for your dietary needs. Michael owns Mobile Hearing Testing, an industrial hearing testing company. Together they run Maple House farm, a small homestead farm with sheep, chickens, berries and gardens. Breakfasts feature items grown on Maple House farm or locally such as fruited whole grain muffins, pancakes, scones, egg dishes, vegetable quiche, jams, juices, fresh fruit in season and other treats. Breakfast Monday through Friday is at 8 am. Self-service beverages and cereal and granola bar is available 7-11 a.m. On Saturday and Sunday we offer 2 seatings: 8 am & 9 am. The NeighborhoodWinding your way up along Pelham Brook, gaining 1000’ in elevation after leaving the Mohawk Trial, you arrive at in the scenic hill town of Rowe. Rowe was the site of fishing and foraging for local native American tribes. When war broke out between France and England Fort Pelham was built here in 1744 as part of a cordon of forts to run from Fort Dummer westerly to the new York Line. In 1762, the town lands were purchased by the Rev. Cornelius Jones, who named it "Myrifield" after the Greek word for "thousand." The town had enough settlers by 1785 to be incorporated as a town , named after John Rowe, a prominent Boston merchant. The town of Rowe grew around mills on the river, but also had other industries, including sulfur at the now abandoned settlement of Davis Mine, talc and soapstone mining. From the late 1880s vacationers would take the train to the end of the line in Zoar and Rowe became somewhat of a small resort town. Yankee Rowe Nuclear Power, the first nuclear power plant in New England, was built near the Sherman Dam along the Vermont border. The plant was in operation from 1960 to 1992 and is now completely decommissioned. The Rowe Historical Society maintains an excellent small historical museum, containing antiques, artifacts and numerous photographs documenting the history of the town, including the construction of the Hoosac Tunnel and the operation of the Davis Mine. Rowe has a wonderful small town feel. It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty, with wooded mountains, clear brooks and historic New England houses and farms. Rowe town center consists of a bright red English Phone Booth, a small stone 1907 chapel, and a white clapboard town hall and library, all snuggled up against the beautiful common on the mill pond. The backdrop is rolling hills and lush greenery. Trails start from here to Pelham Lake Park and Adams or Todd Mountain with views of Charlemont. The Deerfield River is Rowe’s western boundary and offers white water play, fly fishing, hiking, and biking in its gorgeous gorge. Rowe is close to down hill and cross country ski resorts in Vermont and Charlemont and has miles of groomed ski and snow mobile trails throughout town. Getting AroundDay trips east from Maple House include the village of Shelburne Falls for the glacial potholes, Bridge of Flowers, and artisan shops; "The Magic of Wings" butterfly aviary; Historic Deerfield; and Yankee Candle. Head west to visit the Hoosack Tunnel and the Heritage Park museum about its construction; Mount Greylock; and Mass MOCA or Clark Museum of impressionist art. The Deerfield River forms Rowe's western boundary and offers white water play and fly fishing. To the south is the Shaker Village in Hancock and the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge. Vermont is just 3 miles north where you can visit Adams Family Farm; go horse back riding; or hike or mountain bike Mount Snow. There are also 3 very scenic and interesting rail and canal bike trails within a 30-45 minute drive. Other Things to NoteIf you are arriving around dinner time, be advised that we have no restaurants in Rowe. Coming from the east you could have a wonderful stop and walk around the Victorian village of Shelburne Falls which has 5-6 restaurants. From the west you have a large selection of restaurants in Williamstown or North Adams and of course the Golden Eagle Restaurant on the famous hair pin curve. In Charlemont, the town where you turn up the mountain into Rowe, there is the Mohawk Park Pub (closed for the winter) and Cold Rive r Café. Or bring home a pizza from Berkshire Pizzeria.
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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 SpaceOur house has 5 bedrooms: 3 with one queen bed each, and 2 with two twin beds. This listing shows the price to rent the whole house: $450 per night. To rent individual rooms please see: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7263975 https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927 https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7264234 https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125939 This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. With beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three-season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms. Guest AccessThere is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. Interaction with GuestsWe have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day. Other Things to NotePlease note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
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The SpaceOur house has 4 bedrooms. This room, the Siddhartha Room, has two twin beds. You may be sharing the hall bathroom with another bedroom. If you would like to rent the whole house see https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927. This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. Beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three- season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms. Guest AccessThere is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. You may end up sharing the kitchen, yard, and other common spaces with other guests. Interaction with GuestsWe have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day. Other Things to NotePlease note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
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The SpaceOur house has 4 bedrooms. This room, the Labor Day Room, has one queen bed. You may be sharing the hall bathroom with another bedroom. If you would like to rent the whole house see https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927. This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. Beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three- season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms. Guest AccessThere is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. You may end up sharing the kitchen, yard, and other common spaces with other guests. Interaction with GuestsWe have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day. Other Things to NotePlease note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
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Stay in an 1884 schoolhouse. A comfy room just a block from Deerfield River Dryway release, at 1,115' elevation. Great for launching kayakers, rafters into the class-4 rapids of the Deerfield River. World renowned trout fishing. Hoosiac Tunnel photo buffs welcome.
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Guest AccessGuests will have access to the kitchen, and large open meeting room. The NeighborhoodThe Dryway Inn is in the heart of a tiny Mountain Village called Monroe Bridge in Monroe, Ma. Getting AroundI have plenty of parking, but you will need a car to get here. We are pretty far off the beaten track, and you'll enjoy every moment of the drive! Travelers will pass by the Historic Hoosiac Tunnel where train buffs gather to photograph the train coming out of the mountain tunnel that goes all the way to Adams, Ma.
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The SpaceSunny and warm with great views across the hills. Kid-friendly spaces. Remain connected (or not) with total peace and quiet. New mattresses, high quality linens, comfy pillows, throw blankets, books. There is a coffee grinder so bring your favorite beans! Microwave, gas stove and toaster provided. Guest Access65 acres of woods and pasture plus the whole house. Interaction with GuestsHelp will be available for anything, my phone number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). There is poor cell service on the hill but there is a landline and wifi. There is a house manager nearby. The NeighborhoodSecluded with very few neighbors...very peaceful and quiet. Getting AroundA car is required, the farm is rural and there is no public transportation. Other Things to NotePlease get groceries before arriving as there are no close stores. There is a "Big Y" in Greenfield as well as North Adams. There is a country store "Averys" in Charlemont, Cold River Package Store is also on Rt2 in Charlemont. They have beer, wine, booze and some organic/natural groceries. Both are about 20 minutes from the house. There are a few good restaurants right there as well, Cold River Cafe and Berkshire Pizza. In the pantry, you'll find the basics like olive oil, salt and pepper
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No, we don't make maple syrup here! But, the principal of a sugar house gave me the idea for this design. This house is a custom cape with a real 10' cupola in the center of the roof providing natural light on a stairway leading to the upper level. This four bedroom, two and one half bath custom built home makes a perfect get-a-way with a comfortable, inviting interior. The main open floor plan, with its hemlock beams, offers loads of room to cook a favorite meal or quietly hideout with a good book. You might sit on the back porch and enjoy a 20 mile view of Vermont or take a quiet walk in the woods to the spring-fed brook and water garden.