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The Guest House at Field Farm

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South Orange, New Jersey
Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

Sited on 300+ gorgeous acres, this B&B in a mid-century modern home is a real treat. The views from the property are amazing and the trails plentiful and easy to roam. The rooms are comfortable and there is plenty of period furniture throughout the house. The staff is wonderful. Downtown Williamstown is just a few minutes away and it is...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This B&B is situated on 300 acres of preserved land right outside of Williamstown. The house itself is a mid-century modern that has many original details from that period. Small and intimate with rooms that are beautifully and sophisticatedly appointed with some original artwork and furniture. We've stayed in many of the rooms and it is hard for us to...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

Thank you for your review. We so appreciate when our guests take notice of the original appointments in the Guesthouse with numerous pieces of museum quality artwork and furniture by the best designers. Please come back for more cookies...

Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 29 December 2016

We stayed just one night at the Guesthouse - would have been lovely to stay longer. We arrived 4PM (after a day at Mass MOCA), and were greeted by Ole, the innkeeper. He oriented us to the Inn, then showed us to our room. He generously upgraded us from the West room to the South room as it was available...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

Thank you for your nice review; the Staff and I appreciate your feedback.

Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Reviewed 1 November 2016

My boyfriend and I spent a beautiful night at Field Farm. We were in the South Room (the innkeeper kindly upgraded us from the less-expensive room we had booked, since this one was available). The view over the field and mountain was absolutely stunning, the best was comfy, and the room was spacious. There was also a delicious breakfast and...

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Toledo, Ohio
Reviewed 7 October 2016 via mobile

We met old friends here. It is a perfect place. Out every window is a beautiful view. In every room of the Guest House there are unique period pieces of furniture, an array of current magazines, and walls lined with bookshelves filled with older books. Ole, the Innkeeper, is a charming man - the ideal keeper of such a charming...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

Thank you! When the Guesthouse was first built (as a private residence) in 1948, the owners wanted to take full advantage of the peaceful setting in the middle of 315 acres. The majority of the period original furniture by the best designers came with the house, which makes it even more special.

berkeley
Reviewed 29 July 2016

The Guest House is more like a retreat house, quiet, tranquil, surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. I originally chose this sight because I like Mid-Century design and I wanted to escape the colonial decor of the other Berkshire B&Bs. I am happy to write that my choice delivered more than the decor. Ole, the innkeeper, was very welcoming and just...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

Thank you for taking time to write this review; we do appreciate the comments.

Marshfield, Massachusetts
Reviewed 17 July 2016

We often escape to the bucolic Berkshires for a few days of R&R - cultural and natural highlights include the Berkshire Mountains themselves, endless rolling hills, fine dining, museums, Tanglewood, hiking and on and on. One place we return to for the ultimate in peace and quiet and beautiful vistas is Field Farm B&B. The atmosphere is grown up -...

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Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

The staff and I appreciate your positive comments and look forward to your return.

Reviewed 8 July 2016

Given the small number of rooms and a devoted following it is not easy to get reservations at this unique B&B so book as early as possible. It is owned by the (non profit) Trustees of the Reservations and in fact you get a nice discount on the room rate if you are a member. The property is over 120...

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Ole R, Innkeeper. at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

Mike, Thank you for your review. I appreciate the comments and have noted your breakfast concern. (We are actually surrounded by 315 acres). We look forward to your return!

New York City, New York
Reviewed 20 June 2016

My wife and I have visited twice and plan to return. Field Farm is located about 10 minutes outside Williamstown MA on beautiful, (read: gorgeous) grounds that include open grassy fields, forest and rolling hills with breath taking views of the Berkshires. This is a perfect place to ‘get away’ from the day to day stresses and relax amid art,...

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Hadley, Massachusetts
Reviewed 15 May 2016

We came here to celebrate a special occasion and it was just perfect. The house is filled with art and great mid-century design, and the grounds dotted with sculpture and chairs sited to take in every (gorgeous) view. There's no TV (hurray) but there is Wifi so we could check in w/ whatever we needed to. We enjoyed the hiking...

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Ole R, Manager at The Guest House at Field Farm, responded to this review

We also hope you can return soon; Thank you for your review!

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  • Pool
  • Free Internet
  • Free Parking
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Featuring an unparalleled view of Mt. Greylock, Massachusetts' highest peak, the Guest House at Field Farm is a refreshing change from your usual bed & breakfast. Edwin Goodell, Jr. Designed the 1948 Bauhaus-inspired house for Lawrence and Eleanor Bloedel, avid modern art and furniture collectors of the time. Modern artwork adorns the interiors, and the surrounding landscaped gardens boast thirteen sculptures, including works by Richard M. Miller and Herbert Ferber. The house itself is almost a museum of modern furnishings, featuring reproduced Eileen Gray tables and George Nelson saucer pendant lamps in the Master bedroom, and a Noguchi coffee table, Kagan sofas, and a reproduction Eames chair in the living room. The Guest House is situated in the middle of Field Farm, 316 acres of conserved land with four miles of trails that can be enjoyed by foot or cross-country ski. This patchwork landscape features cropland, pastures, mixed forest, marshes, and a stream and pond. The Folly, a three-bedroom, pinwheel-shaped shingled guest cottage, designed in 1965 by noted modernist architect Ulrich Franzen, overlooks the pond and still contains furnishings designed by Franzen. ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Guest House at Field Farm

Address: 554 Sloan Rd, Williamstown, MA 01267-3059
Region: United States > Massachusetts > Berkshires > Williamstown
Price Range: $114 - $242 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
The Guest House At Field Farm Hotel Williamstown
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“The master bedroom is large with a deck with a gorgeous view of the whole property.”
lindakF1506VI, 30 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Rooms on the south side will have views of Mount Greylock and the mountains.”
RonnieL808, 29 Dec 2016 | Read review
“The South room has a separate sitting area and the East room views Mt Greylock from the private deck.”
mwaddellus, 17 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Second floor, with a balcony”
mgerhardt, 8 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Quite frankly every room is nice . The west room is the smallest but very cosy. Some rooms have decks.”
dialnyc68, 20 Jun 2016 | Read review
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