Williamsburg, MA, United States Accommodations

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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe upstairs apartment is above it all with wide expansive views of the gardens, over hills, and down into the Pioneer Valley and the Mount Holyoke Range. Sun and Moon rises too. Quite unique. Sweeping sky and landscapes surround our historic 1790 farmhouse. Perfect for those seeking a quiet and inspiring getaway into nature only 15 mins from Smith College and downtown Northampton. Our electricity is 100% Wind-powered. We use only chemical and fragrance free cleaning products and laundry detergents. Seventh Generation (and other eco-friendly) products are used here at Flower Hill Farm Retreat. Guest AccessOur gardens, fields and forest are open to our guests to explore. Flower Hill Farm is home to a diverse wildlife habitat. Birds and butterflies abound — be sure to bring binoculars. Please always stay on paths and never pick flowers. Interaction with GuestsOur guests have complete privacy, yet we are close by in case you need anything. Carol does lead garden walks, by appointment only, for a small fee. The NeighborhoodWe are located on a quiet country road near to waterfalls (7 mins. drive) hiking, swimming and rock climbing. Snow Farm Craft Program is only 5 mins away. We offer our guests wonderful self day tours of the area. Getting AroundYou would need a car or bicycle. Though we are up on a hill. 2 miles from bus stop and village. We are about an hour or less from Bradley International Airport. Other Things to NoteRates Downstairs Apartment — $200 per night, or $1300 a week, for up to three. $40 per adult, $25 per child per night for additional guests. Upstairs Apartment — $170 per night, or $1090 a week, for up to two. $40 per adult and $25 per child per night for additional guests. Studio — $160 per night for up to two. Renting Entire House and Studio — Rate is $560 Monthly Rates depend on season. For B&B add 50 dollars per night per two guests. There are no additional taxes. *Holidays, Long weekends, Weddings, Commencement and Parent Weekends, and Week long stays in May, August and October, must be prepaid in full and are non refundable unless we book the apartments again for equal time. We have three nights minimum for all Graduation weekends and Parents weekends in October. Other Policies We have a two-night minimum year round. A three night minimum during College Graduation Weekends. Rates are 10 more per night. There is an one night surcharge of 50 dollars for one night stays throughout the year. Check-in is after 4 p.m. or by appointment. Check-out time is 11 a.m. We ask that you please call a day ahead to confirm your arrival time. Thank you! There is no smoking in or near any of our apartments, studio or gardens. We honor the Japanese custom of not wearing shoes inside. Please try to bring slippers or 'indoor only' shoes with soft soles.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSweeping sky and landscapes surround our historic 1790 farmhouse. Perfect for those seeking a quiet and inspiring getaway into nature only 15 mins from Smith College and downtown Northampton. Our electricity is 100% Wind-powered. We use only chemical and fragrance free cleaning products and laundry detergents. Seventh Generation (and other eco-friendly) products are used here at Flower Hill Farm Retreat. The downstairs apartment is the antique part of the historic house offering stunning views through an eastern wall of windows. Off of the living room is a queen bedroom and an additional very small double bedroom. A full bathroom includes a fiberglass bathtub and shower. A simple vegetarian kitchen holds adequate cookware and dishes. Our nightly rate for the downstairs is 200 dollars for up to three guests. The living room fireplace works and may be used seasonally, only on approval, for an extra fee to help cover cost of wood. Please ask about the fireplace if it is an important reason you are booking. We cannot promise ahead that it can be used. Downstairs can be linked to the Studio or upstairs (see our other listings) or be a completely private space. We have added a dining room that is also a link from the downstairs to the upstairs and only for guests who rent entire retreat or up and downstairs apartments. Guest AccessOur gardens, fields and forests are open to our guests. We asked that you please respect wildlife and stay on paths. Please do not pick flowers or get too close to bird houses. Please, pets must remain on close leash when in gardens. On a trial basis we are allowing pets into the gardens. This is a wildlife habitat and we have many ground nesting birds and butterflies in various stages of growth. Interaction with GuestsWe are nearby if guests need anything. Carol offers guided walks about the gardens in search of wildlife — mostly birds and butterflies. The NeighborhoodFlower Hill Farm Retreat is an all organic 21 acres of gardens, wildflower and blueberry fields and forest. The country road is great for walking and running and nearby are wonderful waterfalls (7mins. drive) and numerous hikes and wildlife sanctuaries. Snow Farm Craft Programs is only five minutes away. Getting AroundLet us know of your plans. You would need a bike or car to be independent. We are two miles from a bus stop. Ask us if you need help with transportation. If you want to visit for a retreat and need help shopping let us know. Other Things to NotePets are only allowed in the downstairs and studio. We love dogs but cannot have barking dogs here at the retreat as they would disturb other guests. There is a 50 dollar pet fee. Pets must always be on a leash outdoors . Downstairs Apartment — $200 per night, or $1300 a week, for up to three. $40 per adult per night for additional guests. IF YOU WANT TO ADD THE STUDIO FOR LARGER PARTIES — Studio — $160 per night for up to two. Add 30 dollars per night for graduation weekends. Renting Upstairs and Downstairs (includes dining room) -- Rates are $400 per night for up to five guests $40 for each additional guest. Cleaning fee is $80. Monthly Rates depend on season. For B&B add 50 dollars per night. There are no additional taxes. A Cleaning fee of 100 for entire retreat or 50 per apartment/studio. Reserving Apartments or the Studio for Weddings here or in the area, Holidays, Graduation and Parent weekends, as well as Week Long Stays in May, August and October must be prepaid in full and are non-refundable unless we are able to rebook for equal time. **Cancellations - NOTE Since we only have three units, any refunds on cancellations (except for non refundable situations mentioned above) require 21 days notice. Within three weeks before arrival, deposits/payments are refundable only if we are able to rebook the apartments(s) again. There is a cancelation fee of $50.00. *Holidays, Long weekends, Weddings, Commencement and Parent Weekends, and Week long stays in May, August and October, must be prepaid in full and are non refundable unless we book the apartments again for equal time. We have three nights minimum for all Graduation weekends and Parents weekends in October. Other Policies We have a two-night minimum year round. A three night minimum during College Graduation Weekends. There is an one night surcharge of 50 dollars for one night stays throughout the year. Check-in is after 4 p.m. or by appointment. Check-out time is 11 a.m. We ask that you please call a day ahead to confirm your arrival time. Thank you! There is no smoking in or near any of our apartments, studio or gardens. We honor the Japanese custom of not wearing shoes inside. Please try to bring slippers or 'indoor only' shoes with soft soles. We would to welcome you to Flower Hill Farm Retreat.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSweeping sky and landscapes surround our 1790 farmhouse. Perfect for those seeking a quiet and inspiring getaway into nature only 15 mins from Smith College and downtown Northampton. Our electricity is 100% Wind-powered. We use only chemical and fragrance free cleaning products and laundry detergents. Seventh Generation (and other eco-friendly) products are used here at Flower Hill Farm Retreat. As you enter through a private front door entrance into the Writer's Studio you take off your shoes and leave the outside world behind. This is a private, peaceful, and romantic space, also perfect for single retreats. The claw-foot tub is out in the room and has a wand but no stand-up shower. There is a 'Berkeley Ergonomic' organic queen bed, with a single futon tucked beneath it and a small seating arrangement for light dining. The eastern view is beautiful offering sun and moon rises. Small trees in the terrace garden offer food for birds and butterflies, and beauty and privacy for studio guests. There is a kettle for boiling water, small French press for coffee, and a small refrigerator, along with dishes and cutlery. The studio is not set up for cooking but fine for simple take-outs or picnic dining. A WC is within the closet under the hidden AC. Nightly rate is 160 dollars for up to two guests. Sorry, bath salts cannot be used. Guest AccessOur gardens, fields and forest are open to our guests to explore. Flower Hill Farm is home to a diverse wildlife habitat. Birds and butterflies abound — be sure to bring binoculars. Pets must be on a short leash at all times. On a trial basis we are allowing pets in the gardens with their owners. They must always be attended and on a leash. Interaction with GuestsOur guests have complete privacy. Carol is available if you need anything. We have triple listings here for each separate space. You can rent the entire house and studio for larger parties. The NeighborhoodFlower Hill Farm Retreat is housed within a 1790 farmhouse and studio situated on an east facing hillside fifteen minutes west of Northampton, Massachusetts. Rambling organic gardens, fields and forest surround the retreat and are home to a diverse wildlife habitat. For over thirteen years Carol and Sean have welcomed guests from around the world. The rustic farmhouse is divided into two very private apartments. Our 'writing studio' is between the farmhouse and barn. All three spaces are air-conditioned and can be private retreats for individuals or combined and rented as one for larger parties. Laundry facilities are available on site by appointment. Getting AroundLet us know of your transportation needs. We might be able to help out. You would need a car or bicycle to be independent. Bikers should know we are up on a hill. 2 miles from bus stop. Other Things to NoteRates Downstairs Apartment — $200 per night, or $1300 a week, for up to three. $40 per adult, $25 per child per night for additional guests. Upstairs Apartment — $170 per night, or $1020 a week, for up to two. $40 per adult and $25 per child per night for additional guests. Studio — $160 per night for up to two. Renting Entire House and Studio — Rate is $560. Monthly Rates depend on season. For B&B add 50 dollars per night. There are no additional taxes. Other Policies We have a two-night minimum year round. A three night minimum during College Graduation Weekends. There is an one night surcharge of 50 dollars for one night stays throughout the year. Check-in is after 4 p.m. or by appointment. Check-out time is 11 a.m. We ask that you please call a day ahead to confirm your arrival time. Thank you! There is no smoking in or near any of our apartments, studio or gardens. We honor the Japanese custom of not wearing shoes inside. Please try to bring slippers or 'indoor only' shoes with soft soles.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTruly a fairytale wonderland in every season. Set in a high clearing we call "Moose Meadow" in the middle of the 103 acre woods of Patchwork Farm Retreat, the Hermit's Hut is a sweetly "primitive," cozy and comfortable get-away. Unplug as much as you wish. It is lovely to have no electricity, no running water, a solar shower and a compost bucket cherry-wood outhouse. By the time you make the 10-minute walk on beautifully-maintained trails through fern-filled forest of towering oak, maple, birch, beech and ash, bearing your worldly goods in the Little Grey Donkey Cart or Serious Sled, you will be well on your way to leaving your worries behind. In various seasons, white-tailed deer browse, moose wander, bear forage under stumps, and birds of all description--warblers, Barred and Great Horned owls, Hermit Thrush, Ovenbirds, Pileated woodpeckers, Ruffed grouse and wild Turkeys--abound. The small wildlife pond, hiking/skiing trails, gorgeous trees and stone outcroppings delight and entertain everyone who ventures here. You can even put a map of our trails on your mobile device and mark where you are along the way. The Hermit's Hut is a completely private, insulated tiny wooden house with big windows, a screened porch, a good double futon bed-sofa in main room with a view of the rising moon. A glass-fronted wood stove keeps the Hut cozy on the coldest days. Cooking facilities in the Hut include a 2-burner propane camping stove (which must be used on the screened porch or out of doors); a cooking surface on the wood stove; and a stone fire ring with round grill. There are plenty of pots, pans, dishes and eating utensils, plus a water dispenser and ice chest (bring your own ice). You will be completely self-sufficient for your basic needs in all seasons, thanks to the outdoor solar shower and compost outhouse. In winter, to balance the warm, cozy feeling of being "snowed in," you can venture out on our groomed X-Country ski, snow shoe and hiking trails. You might spy tracks of deer, coyote, fox and even moose. If you can't quite unplug all the way, your smart phone works at the Hut and you may charge it in the main cottage. Nearby family-owned restaurants, Straw Bale Café and Outlook Farm, serve delicious breakfasts and lunches. In winter & early spring, if you're lucky, local maple shacks will be boiling syrup, and you can go to Steve's Sugar Shack right in Westhampton for pancakes, eggs, coffee and see how "sugaring" is done. Beyond our miles of trails, hiking, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing elsewhere is not far away: the 12-mile "Seven Sisters" trail along the Holyoke Range, the dramatic Chesterfield Gorge, Wm Cullen Bryant Homestead, Notch View Reservation, and many other Trustees of Reservations properties are within 20 minutes drive. For swimming and kayaking/canoeing, the DAR State Reservation is excellent and only 15 minutes away. Westhampton is a rural community of only 1400 folks, but our Town Center is home to a wonderful new library, open to all; the historic Blacksmith Museum; and a classical New England town hall and church, complete with towering spire. Northampton is close by and has been voted the Best Little Arts City in the US. Home to Patricia's alma mater, Smith College, it offers lots of shops and galleries; and restaurants serve food from all over the world. River Valley Market and Cornucopia are terrific natural foods grocery stores. Whole Foods and Trader Joe's are only 25 minutes away. For a small fee, PeaPod delivers groceries right to your door from Stop & Shop Supermarket. Patchwork Farm is 15 minutes from Northampton, 20 minutes from Smith College, 35 minutes from Amherst, 40 minutes from the Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls, 50 minutes from Kripalu & Tanglewood. We would love to welcome you. Guest AccessGuests have full access to the 100 acres of Patchwork Farm Retreat through a printed map of our trails, plus a GPS map of trails on contiguous open woods. Depending on the season, you will love hiking, snow shoeing, X-C skiing on our four-plus miles of trails. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy meeting and visiting with our guests, but we are equally aware that you probably choose the Hermit's Hut as a getaway from "all that." So, we are always glad to see you, but your time is strictly your own. The NeighborhoodWe love the hiking trails, the huge trees, the sightings and sounds of wildlife at Patchwork Farm. We love the surrounding small rural towns, the hills and rivers, the art scenes, the libraries, the friendly folk. Westhampton has two family-owned restaurants--Straw Bale Café on North Road offers delicious meals at breakfast and lunch, Thursday-Sunday, and Outlook Farm on Rt 66, features home-baked goodies, great breakfasts, sandwiches, farm-made wine & beer, and a full line of locally-grown fruits & meats. Our public library is housed in a beautiful, solar building right in the middle of town, across from the iconic spires of the church and town hall. The Blacksmith Shop museum is nearby, and gives a rare look into the personal lives of ancestors of this town's many old families. Getting AroundWe have no public transportation in this rural countryside, but you can contact "Uber Tim" at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN), or Valley Transporter to arrange rides. Cars are available to rent in Northampton. Other Things to NoteThe Hut is a ten-minute walk from your private parking space. We provide a cart or sled, depending on the season, for transport of your belongings. We also provide a base supply of tea light candles, two solar-powered lanterns and firewood. You are invited to collect deadwood and kindling from the woods around the Hut. Like in a fairy tale.... Please ask if you will need special assistance getting to and from the Hut. Check in time for the Hut is 2:00 pm; check out time is 11:00 am.
Bedroom
Excellent
35 reviews
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The SpaceThis sweet room has light pouring in from the east, south and west, in a lovely hand crafted home on a dirt road with miles of walking and cross country ski paths. No street lights, no traffic, no noise, and yet just 20 minutes from Northampton. The house is open on the first floor.The bathroom is shared on the 2nd floor. Breakfast can be included,prepared by a skilled cook using her own chickens eggs, and other delicious home grown ingredients ( depending on season). Light, the natural world, enchanted, color, quiet, nurturing is how I'd best describe my home. Many feel inspired when they come here by how wonderful a small home is. "Oh this is the perfect size home" people say. In the spring, summer and fall you can have breakfast on a sun filled, bird sung, 3 season porch, then go out the door and down the dirt road. ( we are the end of the line in terms of dwellings). The next 2 miles are all watershed land ending at a resevoir, with trails off to the left and right taking you up into the Conway State forest. The only sounds you might hear is our little rooster Oscar in the morning, Jessie, the donkey across the road, the owls hooting at night. Our little town of Williamsburg has the sweetest library, and general store. We have beautiful hill towns surrounding us, Northampton and Greenfield near by and Brattleboro only 45 minutes away. And you can even have a private yoga session as I have been a yoga instructor for over 30 years.
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Excellent
5 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Bedroom
Excellent
4 reviews
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The SpaceA quiet home where conversation and joyful celebrations are welcomed. Three cats share the indoor and outdoor spaces. No chemical cleaning products are used. Guest AccessThe large grassy yard and screened-in porch provide private areas where you may enjoy the many flowers blooming spring through fall, and the gorgeous foliage typical to New England autumn. Property is private, surrounded by acres of woods, which you are welcome to explore. Interaction with GuestsA host is available to help guests find local attractions, restaurants, shops and more. Sometimes your host will be around the home and enjoy visiting with guests, or even inviting guests to join in a delicious vegan and organic meal. The NeighborhoodThis neighborhood is forested, and along a main road, with all houses set far back, and generally very peaceful. Stars are brilliant on clear nights, with peepers and crickets singing you to sleep, owls calling into your dreams, and robins, cardinals, and chickadees waking you in the morning. Getting AroundIt is easiest to travel by car in this part of Western Massachusetts. Williamsburg is one of the hilltowns in the Pioneer Valley of Hampshire County. Northampton, home to Smith College and many businesses, is a 15 minute drive. Williamsburg has a lovely small library, post office, brewery/restaurant, supermarket featuring local and organic products, and beloved general store, along with two coffee shops and a pharmacy. UMass Amherst and Amherst College are 45 minutes drive by car, Hampshire College, 30 minutes, and Mt. Holyoke College, 45 minutes. Berkshire County abuts Hampshire County, and is home to numerous summer performing arts, as well as the renowned Clark Art Institute and Mass MOCA museums. The closest airport is Bradley International which is a one hour and fifteen minute drive, with van service and car rentals available. New York City is a three hour drive, and Boston two and a half, both serviced by MegaBus and Peter Pan. Amtrack travels between New York and Northampton daily, with one stop midday. Taxis are available in the Northampton area. Other Things to NoteBreakfast will be served upon request, for an additional donation of your choosing and must be requested ahead of time. Coffee and an assortment of teas are available from the host between 6:00 AM and 9:00 PM.
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Excellent
12 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceMorning light pours into a private walk out apartment in a brand new super-insulated green home, in a peaceful wooded setting. One bedroom with a double bed + double futon sofa/bed in living area. Available for short or longer term rental. Romp around our 10 acres of lovely woods or stroll down the road, which dead ends at a reservoir, or climb the side trails, taking you up into the Conway State forest. Interaction with GuestsDavio & Deborah live just upstairs in the main apartment. We love to socialize or leave you to your selves, as you wish! The NeighborhoodOur little town of Williamsburg has a lovely library, general store, post office, and a local brewery/restaurant, the Brewmasters Tavern. We are surrounded by the beautiful western MA Hill Towns. We are “centrally located” between Northampton, Greenfield, Brattleboro, and the Berkshires. There is much culture and nature to explore in our area! Getting AroundWe are in a rural setting so you will need to provide your own transportation. Other Things to Note$120 per night (2 night minimum) for 1 -2 people, $40 per each additional adult, $25 per child per night for additional guests. Kids under 5 are free. Weekly discount 20%. Monthly discount 35%. We can prepare breakfast for $12 per person.
Retreat
4br Retreat
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Flower Hill Farm Retreat is a perfect getaway for one, two, three guests or a large group up to ten. Rates start at $175 per night depending on number of guests. For more information, our website link is below under Owner Info and Contact us. Flower Hill Farm Retreat offers rustic simplicity for those longing for time in nature. We are located in Western Massachusetts, fifteen to twenty minutes west of Northampton, 30 minutes from Amherst College and UMASS. Our Eco-Friendly Vegetarian Vacation/Getaway Retreat is a 1790 restored farmhouse with an attached artist/writer studio and barn (painting studio). The house has two full downstairs and upstairs apartments. The studio is set between the house and barn and can be connected to the downstairs and upstairs to make for one cozy house. There are three private bathrooms, three queen bedrooms, a tiny double bedroom, and two kitchens. A dining room, that seats up ten is part of the retreat when booking the farmhouse. The buildings face east and are surrounded by rambling organic gardens, forest, hillside and mountain range views, marvelous sky and landscapes to explore. Cross-country skiing, sledding, and snow shoeing on a twenty-acre hillside (ten acres are in wildlife conservation) in the foothills of the Berkshires just six miles from Northampton, Massachusetts. We are an easy one hour drive from Lenox/Tanglewood and other venues of cultural interest in the Berkshires, Pioneer Valley and Vermont. It is a great joy to the owner that Flower Hill Farm has evolved into a diverse wildlife habitat. Be sure to bring your binoculars and cameras. By car you will be able to reach Snow Farm in 5 minutes, 12 minutes to Double Edge Theatre and 15 minutes to Northampton. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL FOR AVAILABILITY IN CASE WE HAVE FORGOTTEN TO UPDATE CALENDAR. Flower Hill Farm is a very clean, simple, spacious, rustic place surrounded by the magic of nature. We do not wear shoes inside any of our spaces. Come visit and leave the outside world behind. We do not use poisons of any kind -- pesticides, herbicides, or any chemical fertilizers -- at Flower Hill Farm. Outside the walls of the old farmhouse and studio nature abounds with wonders. We have no pets here, but many butterflies, songbirds, fireflies, grouse, wild turkey, woodcock and other creatures of the wild live in our gardens and forest. Guests enjoy breathtaking views -- sunrise, moonrise and stargazing too! Woodland and garden paths along with a country road offer inspiring walks... Don't miss a moonlight walk through the gardens. Hundreds of varieties of plants, shrubs, ornamental and fruit trees add to your outdoor experience throughout the seasons. Northampton, home to Smith College and the Paradise City Arts Festival, is only 15/20 minutes away, while Lenox/ Tanglewood, Stockbridge, MOCA, Becket, with Jacobs Pillow and Williamstown/Clarke Museum, are an easy 45 minutes to one-hour drive. SNOW FARM is 5 minutes by car and DOUBLE EDGE THEATRE is only 12 minutes drive. The surrounding hilltowns are filled with great bookstores, excellent restaurants and both famous and unknown writers and artists who have seasonal open studios and sales. Writers' workshops such as Patchwork Farm, yoga, dance and other creative ventures abound in the valley and hilltowns. Snow Farm and the New England Craft Program are five minutes from Flower Hill Farm. Historic Deerfield, with the Deerfield Inn and Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory; Buckland/Shelburne Falls, with The Bridge Of Flowers and Potholes; Montague, with the Montague Book Mill; Worthington, home to the Sevenars Music Festival; Cummington, with its popular Country Fair, The William Cullen Bryant Homestead, and Greenwood Music Camp; and Windsor, with the Notchview Cross Country Ski Center are all but 15-20-30 minutes away along scenic country roads. Flower Hill Farm, is only 10 minutes away from an Audubon Sanctuary and the DAR state forest with walking trails and lake for swimming, kayaking, cross country skiing and snow shoeing; Chapel Brook Falls with rock climbing, hiking and waterfalls is just down the road 7 minutes. We welcome families and extended stays. Our home is perfect for vacations and romantic getaways. Perfect for those feeling a nature deficit. Keywords: 1790 Farmhouse Romantic Getaway - 3 Queen Bedrooms 1 Double Bedroom with private Vegetarian Kitchens. Organic gardens. Fabulous Views. Forest. Wildlife Habitat. Birds. Privacy. Quiet. Great for family reunions and friends reunions. Five College Area. Nature. Twelve minutes to Patchwork Farm and Double Edge Theatre. We accept well behaved pets but must speak with owners first before approval. There is a pet fee of 50.00.
Glamping
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sweet cozy yurt nestled in the woods, surrounded by watershed land, wonderful trails. Magical, quiet, on a dirt road, no street lights. Perfect for retreat, unplugged time, your creative down time, Private yet not isolated, starry nights, owls, full kitchen, private entrance to private bathroom in the main house 200 ft away from the yurt. Wood heat, must be comfortable with a wood stove chop wood/carry water mentality( wood already chopped. A little piece of timeless heaven.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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This antique part of the retreat sleeps up to 4 guests. Private entrance. The downstairs apartment offers stunning views through an eastern wall of windows. You can step out of your private living room into the gardens and the world of birds, butterflies, (over 70 species of birds and 50 species of butterflies sighted here have been documented on our website) and a wide eastern sky. Off of the living room is a queen bedroom and an additional teeny comfy double bedroom. A full bathroom includes a fiberglass bathtub and shower. A simple vegetarian kitchen holds adequate cookware and dishes. The apartment is private, quiet, and cozy. Views, gardens, hills and large sky! Sweeping sky and landscapes surround our historic 1790 farmhouse. Perfect for those seeking a quiet and inspiring getaway into nature only 15 mins from Smith College and downtown Northampton. Our electricity is 100% Wind-powered. We use only chemical and fragrance free cleaning products and laundry detergents. Seventh Generation (and other eco-friendly) products are used here at Flower Hill Farm Retreat. The living room fireplace works and may be used seasonally, only on approval, for an extra fee to help cover cost of wood. Please ask about the fireplace if it is an important reason you are booking. We cannot promise ahead that it can be used. Downstairs can be linked to the Studio or upstairs (see our other listings) or be a completely private space. We have added a dining room that is also a link from the downstairs to the upstairs and only for guests who rent entire retreat or up and downstairs apartments. Our nightly rate for the downstairs is 210 dollars for up to three guests 40 dollars per extra guest per night. Pets are welcome in the downstairs and studio. We have $50 pet fee for well behaved quiet dogs and cats. We would need to briefly discuss your particulars to approve your pet. Breed, weight, age, habits . . . You can add our Studio space for a larger party or rent the entire retreat. See our other listings and reviews here at VRBO. Our gardens, fields and forests are open to our guests. We asked that you please respect wildlife and stay on paths. Please do not pick flowers or get too close to bird houses. Please, pets must remain on close leash when in gardens. On a trial basis we are allowing pets into the gardens. This is a wildlife habitat and we have many ground nesting birds and butterflies in various stages of growth.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The upstairs apartment is modern offering cozy niches. Private front door entrance, bright vegetarian kitchen with dining nook above wide expansive hillside views, Queen bedroom, Single sofa bed in dormer, small library, bathroom has fiberglass tub/shower, laundry room. The balcony offers panoramic views. You are up in the trees. Sweeping sky and landscapes surround our historic 1790 farmhouse. Perfect for those seeking a quiet and inspiring getaway into nature only 15 mins from Smith College and downtown Northampton. Our electricity is 100% Wind-powered. We use only chemical and fragrance free cleaning products and laundry detergents. Seventh Generation (and other eco-friendly) products are used here at Flower Hill Farm Retreat. Our gardens, fields and forest are open to our guests to explore. Flower Hill Farm is home to a diverse wildlife habitat. Birds and butterflies abound — be sure to bring binoculars. Please always stay on paths and never pick flowers.
Studio
1br Studio
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Our little Studio is the most romantic of our spaces. The room has a very comfy organic latex Queen bed with futon underneath. There is a claw-foot bathtub out in the room that has a wand but no shower. There is a dining area with dishes and cutlery. A small refrigerator and French Press. Guests love to bring picnic food and enjoy looking out the wall of sliding glass doors towards the terrace garden and hillside views. The studio is very private. You can take a bath while looking out the doors or enjoy the faux wood stove in the winter months. There is no cooking in the studio. No kitchen or toaster. A kettle will warm up water for your tea or coffee. Enjoy a unique European feeling to this airy room. The walls are filled with Carol's art. Monarch butterfly metamorphosis and photographs of Venice or bright colored paintings.