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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....More
Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 9 October 2016
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...More
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...More
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Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 31 July 2016
Thank you for taking time to write this review; we do appreciate the comments.
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...More
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Response from Ole R, Innkeeper at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 19 July 2016
The staff and I appreciate your positive comments and look forward to your return.
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...More
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Response from Ole R, Innkeeper. at The Guest House at Field FarmResponded 9 July 2016
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!
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...More