"A Romantic Retreat" for that "Special Occasion Getaway". An 1880 "Queen-Anne Victorian Farmhouse" secluded on nine acres of woods, pond, stream, willow trees, stone walls and rolling pastures. Located in historic Sudbury near village green and churches, it looks much as it did in 1683. The Inn is set far back from the road, and boasts high ceilings and large windows, beautiful wide pine floors, fireplaces, a double parlor with grand piano, a formal dining room, Ye Olde Worlde Cafe with access to the Veranda overlooking the pond and pastures. All the guest rooms are individually decorated with comfort and ambiance in mind. Looking for a two-person Jacuzzi bathtub? maybe a King size Canopy bed? how about a working fireplace? or maybe it's summertime and you're craving your own private balcony with great views of Georgie, Moonfield or Daisy grazing away in the green pastures.....let us know what kind of room you're looking for, and we'll recommend the best one for you! If you wish to invite family or friends to Breakfast, make your booking at reservation time, we also offer lunch and dinner with advance reservation. May We Have The Pleasure of Your Company? Joan and Rick
Circa 1880 Antique Cottage with Living/Dining/Kitchenette downstairs with Patio Doors leading to your Private Deck and Garden with Gas Grill, and great views of the Horses in the Pastures. Upstairs an open floor plan with a Queen Bed and a Twin Bed. There is a cozy full bathroom. There is a television upstairs and downstairs. Air Conditioning during summer months.
Double bed room, we provide Robes for the Shared Hall Bath. Cable Television and Wireless Internet.
King Four Poster Bed, Two Person Jacuzzi Tub, Glass Shower Stall, Seating Area, Coffee & Tea Making Supplies,
There is a King size Four-Poster Bed dressed in 100% cotton linens.. Antique writing desk and sitting area with wing chairs, a Victorian dressing table, a Two-Person Jacuzzi Bath tub, the most romantic Jacuzzi for two. There is a separate brass and glass shower stall. A Wet Bar With Coffee & Tea Making plus a mini-fridge. There is a large private Balcony with Seating Area.
5 on February 11, 2014
This is a wonderful little bed and breakfast with a cozy fireplace, friendly hosts, and a convenient location. We dined at Blue Ginger for my husband's birthday. Overall, it was a very pleasant experience and we will definitely be back.
4.4 on February 02, 2014
This year was the third stay I have had at the Inn on the Horse Farm. I will stay there whenever I am in the Boston area. Seven acres of peace and serenity. I discovered the Inn is less private in the winter. My previous stays were more secluded by the leaves covering the perimeter of the farm. Being able to see surrounding properties was fine, but I did miss the feeling of privacy the foliage provides. My room was wonderful. Four poster bed, sitting areas, and wonderfully decorated Inn period pieces of memorabilia. Last year I included a trip into Boston and found it very convenient drive. This year my stay was just in Sudbury and my sight seeing and dinning experiences were just fine. I love the Horse, Farm, and Inn pace as a chance to relax. Looking for fast paced stress, don't stay here. Larry Earl Wraight
3.0 on October 14, 2013
The Inn on Horse Farm is located on a beautiful setting with plenty of places to wander and sit outside. My one and only complaint is the amount of perfumed air fresheners or cleaning products. I have allergies and could not breath well in the morning.
4.6 on October 07, 2013
Loveliness, charm, rural setting with horses, quiet, friendly, and oh so comfortable bed!
3.8 on December 06, 2012
I highly recommend staying at The Inn On The Horse Farm. What a lovely, and charming place. The fireplace in our room was such a treat. The couple that runs it is very friendly and welcoming as well.
3.6 on November 09, 2012
My husband and I stayed on our wedding night in the room with the whirpool tub. We felt like we had stepped back in time and really enjoyed the experience. Our only complaint was that the bed was not comfortable at all. The pillows were so firm we could not use them and would have liked a bit more comfort so that we could sleep after such a long and exciting day. Breakfast was by far the highlight - Absolutely loved the homemade jams. We would stay again except that it felt a bit pricey to not have a comfortable sleep experience. I would definitely recommend it for a fun and quirky short stay.
4.2 on October 09, 2012
Thought I would try some alternate lodging on a recent trip to the Boston area. Inn at the Horse Farm was charming. Was upgraded to the best room on site. The bed was superb. Be careful which way you turn the faucets. Homemade breakfast...don't miss the pepper jelly. Spent the next morning working until noon in peace & quiet with blazing fast Internet and two Arabians meandering in the paddock below.
4.2 on October 03, 2012
We were in the middle of a week in which we had been celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary. We stayed in the Waldorf-Astoria the first two nights and then proceeded to drive around New England staying in B&B's. I must say our two nights at The Inn on the Horse Farm were most memorable. The atmosphere was one of calm and so much fun! Extraordinary hospitality and TLC were apparent throughout!
3.2 on September 17, 2012
Nice furnishings, the host is very pleasant but was not there to greet us this time (envelope on the front door with the key inside). The king bed was comfortable. The room was large with a sitting area in the bay window. There was a window unit for cooling and radiator for heat. The shared bathroom was small (shower only) and had a strange elevated toilet! There were very few electrical outlets in the room and in the bathroom, I had to dry my hair sitting on the floor in front of the bedroom door! Breakfast ended at 9:30 which was too early for us as usual. (Who wants to get up, shower and get dressed early on vacation??) Overall a pleasant enough place. Add points if you like horses.
2.2 on August 30, 2012
Beautiful, outstanding grounds. Best room in house has beautiful patio / view, excellent tub. Clean but expect pristine for rates. Good food but sparce for B&B expectations. Great jams / teas / farm fresh eggs - would have been nice to have some availability of afternoon / evening snacks.
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 18 miles
Mass.Pike.West to I90. I90 North to Route 20. Route 20 West to Route 27. Route 27 2.8 miles to driveway on left.
Country Inn, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Private entrance, Secretarial services, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Trail to stroll on and visit the horses!, Great spot for a Family Re-Union!
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Joan and Rick Beers
Cats , Dogs , Tanah,Katrina,Moonfield,George
Our first love is the caretaking of this delightful spot, and caring for the pets we have and the wildlife that is around us. Rick is an antique car buff, and has restored many vehicles: 1956 T-Bird, 1929 Essex, and a 1952 Ford Pick-up with wooden side rails, decorated with the Inn's logo. He plays golf whenever the occasion arises! I love to play tennis and plan parties! If you wish to celebrate something here at the Inn, a family reunion, a birthday, a wedding, call me!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
ENGLISH COUNTRY BREAKFAST
We serve this dish on a large plate, Crisply fried Bacon, Browned Sausage, Grilled Potatoes, Grilled Mushrooms, Grilled Tomatoes, and two fresh eggs from our own free ranging chickens!