Recognized for excellence by Yankee Magazine and Trip Advisor, we're located at the junction of MA, VT and NH near the beautiful Connecticut River. Perfect for school and college visits, restful weekends, special occasions, business travel or vacations. Rooms and suites feature private baths, pillow-top beds, great views, quiet and our popular 3-course breakfast. Breakfast is served at individual tables and features homemade baked goods and hot entrees made with local ingredients in season. Special diets happily accommodated! Free hot beverages and bottled water available 24-7 and fresh-baked treats welcome you on arrival. Free Wi-Fi throughout. 2 hours from Boston, nr. Rt. 2 and I-91--great hiking, kayaking, x-c skiing, museums, dining and shopping at two great New England destinations--Yankee Candle in South Deerfield and the new Kringle Candle in Bernardston MA. Easy access to Deerfield, Amherst, Northampton, Greenfield, the Mohawk Trail, Brattleboro,VT and Keene, NH. Large common rooms and lovely grounds for weddings and events. Book directly online or call 413-498-5921 for last minute travel.
5 on October 27, 2014
Stayed at Centennial House 9/29-10/2/14. An absolutely delightful inn, Joan and Steve could not have been more gracious... spotless / comfortable rooms... the best meals we've had in a B&B- truly three course gourmet! We highly recommend! Holly and Mark, Chardon Ohio.
4.8 on October 24, 2014
We reserved the inn for our wedding reception weekend and everything was beautiful. Working with Joan prior to and on the weekend was great - she was friendly, responsive, and easy to work with. It was a lovely, comfortable setting and all of our guests felt at home. Breakfast definitely exceeded our expectations with several courses, fresh baked goods, and delicious fruit. I would highly recommend the Centennial House for a weekend away or for an event.
5 on July 28, 2014
This is a wonderful small town in Northern Massachusetts, right on the Vermont border. Easy drives to many beautiful hikes, Brattleboro, etc. The hosts are wonderful and kind, and the house is beautiful. All the comforts of home - tea,.coffee and fresh cookies in the sitting room, bottled water, full hot breakfast. Bucolic, quiet, and relaxing.
4.8 on July 18, 2014
We were only there one night but felt very welcomed. The breakfast was great. I have several food allergies and they were able to accommodate me without me feeling like I was putting them out. We have already booked a return trip.
4.0 on July 13, 2014
There is a wonderful community of folks residing in the town of Northfield, MA. and several of them are associated with the local B&B we had the pleasure of staying in this past weekend. The staff and owners of the Centennial House could not have made us feel more welcome, accommodated our various quirks and questions and radiated enthusiasm for their part of the world and our reasons for visiting. Their dining recommendations were spot on, and the location is great for getting to many destinations in several states! We look forward to our return soon!
5 on April 29, 2014
This is a lovely B&B, and Joan is a wonderful hostess. Even though we were the only guests there (mid-week, off-season), Joan gave us the full treatment and had a delicious breakfast. I definitely recommend this B&B!
5 on August 15, 2013
There is simply not negative word that could be said about this B&B! From the time we arrive till the time we left, Joan was a wonderful host! This 200-year-old home has plenty of charm and all the modern amenities one would expect in the 21st century. The room was tastefully decorated and the bed was firm and provided a great night sleep. My expectation for breakfast at any B&B is to leave feeling fuller than I need to be and Joan did not disappoint us! Finally, the gazebo in the rear of the property provided a wonderful touch for relaxation and taking in one of the books we had brought with us. If you travel to Western Massachusetts you will make your trip better with the stay here!
5 on July 29, 2013
Joan and Steve are real professionals. But beside this, they are truly nice people, interesting and very helpful. Joan is also a great cook. The B&B was absolutely magnificent including the décor, the setting and, of course, the hospitality. We definitely plan to be back there. We recommend this place to everyone with good taste and a desire for a lovely experience. Michael (Montreal)
Thanks so much for your generosity of spirit. We enjoyed your visit and had such fun talking about the shared history between Montreal and Northfield back in the early 1700's. In 18th century terms, that makes us neighbors! Have a wonderful year and we hope to see you next time you're "in the neighborhood." Thanks again, Joan and Steve
5 on March 02, 2013
The proprietors Joan and Steve are seasoned B&B professionals. We stayed in the king suite for two nights. Lot of space, huge perfect jacuzzi bath tub. So comfortable, so clean. Excellent ideas for recreation. Cross country ski up to a doable 1000 foot summit on Mount Northfield 4 miles away. I am an espresso drinker perfect one block away cozy bookstore with amazing coffee!! Fire place in the breakfast room while eating home made comfort food breakfast. Small town, quiet, beautifully surrounded by foot hills. We stayed an unexpected extra night simply because it was so aweome!
5 on January 30, 2013
Centennial House is a find! My wife and I were looking for a place central to activities and dining to relax and get away from the grind...Centennial House was perfect! Joan and Steve were great hosts and made us feel at home...a deliscious large breakfast greeted us each morning...room was very comfortable and clean...we thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend it highly!!
Thanks so much! All of the activities you folks crammed into two days left us exhausted just watching you come and go! You demonstrated that even in the winter there are a tremendous number of interesting things to do in the Connecticut River valley, especially, but not exclusively, in the wonderful mountains and trails surrounding Northfield. Thanks for taking such wonderful advantage of what the region has to offer! Joan and Steve
With its queen-size 4-poster bed and classic Federal décor, the Northfield Room combines the classic New England design you want with essential modern comfort. The large private bath has a deep tub for relaxing and a shower for freshening up after a morning run. Buttery soft linens, large windows, cable TV, free WiFi and seating area. Rates include our signature 3-course breakfast. For parents and students or three people traveling together, the adjoining Emily Room, featuring another comfy queen bed and TV, may be included for a nominal charge to form a handy suite.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $149
Drift off to sleep in a king-size, pillow top bed with silky soft linens. A modern bath with tub/shower combination contribute to the air of romance. Also offers seating area, reading lamps, four comfy pillows, and cable TV. Free WiFi. AC in season. Rate includes our signature 3-course breakfast.
Nightly Rate: $149 - $159
This spacious elegant room features a massive queen size, pillow-top bed, seating to reading or watch TV and a sparkling, well-appointed white tile private bath with over-sized, walk-in shower. Views of our gazebo and gardens below. Free WiFi. AC in season. Travel tip: Parents with students, or four adults traveling together might enjoy combining the Sturbridge Room with the adjoining Plimoth Room,to create a very charming and unique suite for four with TWO baths.
Nightly Rate: $139 - $149
The Deerfield King Suite is its own wing, offering elegant lodging for romantic getaways for two, or enough space for a family of up to four. The spacious luxury bath features a 2-person whirlpool and a separate shower. Two cable TV's and free WiFi. AC's in season. Rates include our signature 3-course breakfasts. The master bedroom has 4-poster California king bed with pillow-top mattress, electric fireplace and great views. The second room offers twin beds with pillow-top mattresses. Travel tip: Great for girlfriend getaways!
Nightly Rate: $209 - $209
Plimoth Room at Centennial House Bed and Breakfast, Northfield MA offers quiet and comfort for guests who prefer two beds. Features an antique full bed, and one twin four-poster bed tucked into its own nook. More privacy than two beds in a motel, there is overhead lighting for late night readers, cable TV, WiFi,and AC in season. Rate includes our signature 3-course breakfast. Travel tip: Perfect for a parent and teen touring area private schools--Northfield Mount Hermon, Stoneleigh Burnham, Redemption Academy and Deerfield Academy. The private full bath is detached but exclusive to this room.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $125
Pioneer Valley, Countryside, Mountains, Village
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 68 miles
From North of Boston, take Rt. 2 West to Millers Falls and turn right onto Rt. 63 North to Northfield Center. From Boston and the South Shore, take the Mass Pike West to I-91 and proceed north to Exit 28A. Turn right off the exit onto Rt. 10. Travel 5 miles to the end, go left at the blinking light and we are easily found .9 mile on the left on the corner of Rt. 63 North and Meadow St. From Hartford, New York and Points South, take I-91 North to Exit 28A and follow the directions above.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Historic Deerfield/Craft Fairs, Brattleboro, VT and Keene, NH, Shelburne Falls and Mohawk Trail, "Five College Area", Northfield Mount Hermon School, Connecticut River Boat Rides/XC Skiing, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Two and a half rolling acres w/views, Large gazebo for events, relaxing, Picnic baskets to fill up at the local deli, Boat/kayak launch <1 mile away, X-Country skiing, snowshoeing 6 miles, Wedding arbor
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Joan and Steve Stoia
Steve is a former arts administrator for the town of Amherst MA and is now active in civic affairs in Northfield. Joan was career services director at the U of Mass. and now does fundraising for cultural and educational institutions when she's not whipping up her famous scones. They have two rescue pups, Buddy and Lenny, who are always happy to see you.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Vegan, Gluten-free
Fresh local entrees
We use local farm-fresh eggs year round and local fruits and vegetables whenever possible--asparagus in spring, strawberries in June, blueberries in August, and apples, pumpkins and cider Sept thru November. Real local maple syrup all year and fresh milled flours from right here in Northfield. Featuring traditional Irish breakfast all during March.