This spacious and comfortable 1860 home has been fully restored to combine 19th C. elegance with modern convenience. Period antiques and furnishings with comfort in mind fill every room. Bookshelves abound that reflect a lifetime of varied interests. I serve really wonderful food that inspire long and lazy meals. Hiking trails, biking, a swimming pond and cross country skiing just outside the door. Set in the glorious and peaceful hills of western Mass, the views are grand in every direction - and only a short drive to Northampton and Amherst. Pet friendly.
Lovely period antiques, Wi Fi. Pet friendly
Lovely period antiques. Double bed, room for an additional twin bed. Wi fi. Pet friendly.
Twin bed, charming antiques, ensuite bath with clawfoot tub. Private staircase. Wi fi. Pet friendly
5 on August 08, 2013
I had been to this B&B a couple of years ago, and since I was coming through the area again this year, I went back to it. It was just as great as before. The host, Diane, is welcoming, attentive, and we had interesting conversations, too. The atmosphere makes you feel very much at home. The bed is just perfect and the food is excellent with very generous portions. I really love the house, too. It's warm and very interestingly decorated. A great stay!
5 on August 07, 2013
The Inn at Pumpkin Hollow is a fabulous option for anyone traveling through New England. It is a meticulously renovated, 19th century farmhouse complete with wonderful nooks and crannies filled with interesting and delightful antiques, books, and art. I thoroughly recommend Diane’s establishment—the meals are delicious (complete with fresh, local eggs and fruits), the company is intelligent and delightful, and the dogs are a real treat. I stayed in the “Spinster’s Retreat” which is a modest under-the-eaves room with a view of Pumpkin Hollow which is a rural neighborhood of Conway, Mass. I can’t recommend this place highly enough!
4.2 on September 23, 2010
My husband and I spent a delightful weekend at this B & B and we will be returning in a few weeks. The house is furnished with quirky and comfortable antiques and is located in a lovely area of Franklin County. Diane was a great hostess and a fantastic cook. Breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Local produce was featured at each meal. Best of all, of dog was welcomed and got to spend some time in the country with us. Diane knows alot about the area and local attractions. Very enjoyable.
5 on September 07, 2010
Upon our arrival my partner and I were warmly greeted by Diane. She showed us arounfd the house and then onto our room, which was just so warm and cozy. Diane made a dinner recommentation at Cafe Martin (great food) and we strolled the streets of Shelburne Falls, a short 10 minute drive. A must see is the flower bridge in Shelburne Falls and the Glacer potholes! We returned to the B&B after dinner and sat on the porch and then retired to the parlor and then finally to our room. We awoke to the smell of fresh bacon and french toast. Can Diane cook! We certainly recommend The House in Pumpkin Hallow. You will not be disapointed! Enjoy!
5 on August 16, 2010
What a lovely stay we just had at the House in Pumpkin Hollow! Diane is a wonderful host, and better yet, a wonderful cook. Her home has an exceptional warmth to it, complimented by an eclectic collection of art and antiques. The location is lovely, in a small rural hilltown with good proximity to Old Deerfield, Shelburne Falls and the 5 College area. And she's dog friendly, with two darling dogs of her own, Barkley and Chelsea Jones. We'll be back in time for fall foliage!
Swimming pond, Countryside, Mountains, Village
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 40 miles
From the airport, go to Route 91 North and go to exit 24 (Deerfield. At the end of the exit ramp turn right. Go to the third traffic light. Turn left (116 North, Conway, Ashfield). Go about 5.5 miles to Whately Road on Left. Go down Whately about .2 miles to 173 Whately on the left
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Magic Wings a - butterfly (live) conservatory, Friday night auctions, Contra dancing, County fairs (July - September), Artisan open studios, Green River Music Festival (July), Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Bed and Breakfast
Alarm clock, Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Desk, Fireplace, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
1 Cat , 2 Dogs
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , I can accommodate , most dietary needs
Baked Oatmeal / Biscuits
My baked oatmeal is a fall and winter favorite - made with local cider, cranberries, diced apples, butter and a hint of cinnamon. The biscuits are an old 19th Century recipe, most recently popularized by James Beard - feather light and made with heavy cream instead of butter