Built in 1810 by two brothers, John and Herchel Davis, for John and his bride, Betsy, our brick Federal farmhouse was once an inn and tavern on the stage road from Brockways Mills to Springfield. Many a dusty, weary traveller has sought rest under its slate roof. Known as the Davis-Adams-Clark house, it is listed in the Historic Homes of Springfield, Vermont, and was for many years a sheep farm.
In those days, central heating had not yet been invented, so each of the living rooms, parlors, and bedrooms is graced by a soapstone-lined fireplace, and the two front upstairs bedrooms are outfitted with floor grates that allowed the warmed air to rise up from the rooms below. The living room fireplace still possesses its original forged iron hardware - the long, hooked pot-holding arm is still in working order - revealing its past life as a kitchen hearth.
Climb up into the romantic four-poster queen bed with spectacular views of the rolling hills below our 1810 brick Federal farmhouse. A gorgeously carved 17th century wardrobe stores your belongings. Shared bath with tub and shower.
This room is available for parties of four or more, when booked together with the Four-Poster Room. Beautifully embossed metal king size bed with gorgeous sunrise views. Store your belongings in an antique jelly cupboard and giggle at the characters (and sheep!) populating the quirky period scenic wallpaper. Shared bath with tub and shower.
Available for parties of 6 or more. Gaze across the rhododendrons to glorious vistas. Fold-away bed with cushy memory foam mattress topper, and large private jetted bath. Rich's family's antique piano in your room!
Get away from it all in our cozy, rustic cabin at the top of the hill. Spectacular views and solitude await you in this off-grid cabin with solar powered lights and an old-fashioned outdoor privy. While the hours away swinging in a hammock, stroll through the woods and listen to birdsong, or curl up with a good book under a homemade quilt.