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Stone House Farm

Bed and Breakfast

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Welcome to Stone House Farm, a unique Bed & Breakfast in the heart of the five college area of western Massachusetts. This beautifully renovated 1904 farm-house offers two bed & breakfast suites. As you approach, the hand-painted floral arbors surrounding the door beckon you inside. Strolling through highly acclaimed gardens, hundreds of old fashioned perennials delight your senses. Relax in the enclosed front porch and listen to the wind rustling through the trees. Leave your worries behind and enjoy the beauty before you. In your suite, you'll be delighted by the artwork of local artisans as well as all the comforts of home.

Meet The Innkeeper

Meet Candace Talley, your innkeeper. Her dreams and visions have come to fruition with Stone House Farm. A gardener first, her gardens transport you back to a magical time and place. The extensive beds connected by walking paths  feature both nostalgic and recent selections of perennials and flowering shrubs. From woodland shade gardens to sunny borders, the experience is sure to delight.  Building of the gardens began in 1997, with many of the trees started from seed in the greenhouses of Smith College.  Candi takes great joy in sharing these amazing gardens with you.  
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Accommodations

Bright and cozy and feature new beds with down comforters and a view of the gardens.
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Children's Programs

Sign your kids up for one of the great children's programs that we offer.

Restaurants

Learn more about the restaurants in Amherst, Massachusetts. Choose from barbeque, a cafe or fast food.
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Area Activities

Learn more about what there is to do in the area. The area is rich with history to explore.
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BREAKFAST

Breakfast is served in the privacy and comfort of your suite. Your two course gourmet breakfast begins with fresh fruit, yogurt and our own delightful granola. The second course may include local fruits and vegetables, fresh breads from both our kitchen and local artisan bakers, and a variety of freshly prepared eggs from our resident hens. We use local and organic foods as much as possible. In season, you may enjoy raspberries, rhubarb, asparagus, kiwis, greens and edible flowers from our own gardens.