In the late 18th century, the original farmhouse served as a boarding house for arriving railroad workers from Boston. Later it served as a country mountain inn for travelers, and more recently as a large family compound. Throughout that time, it has most famously served as an exquisite location for parties and events, especially those of the large family kind — beautiful weddings, significant birthdays, and fantastic family reunions.
Parts of the property have been updated, but much of the Inn is just the way it has always been. The original wood floors and hewn beams overhead speak of an era gone by, but they are the framework for the same comfort found today in the historic sitting room with the fireplace, the winding carved staircase, and the inviting bedrooms. They are all part of this history cloaked retreat in the woods.
Last Edited by Ragged Mountain on Wednesday, February 15, 2017