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51 Middletown Hill Rd, Rowe, MA 01367-9702, USA    
(413) 339-0107
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  1. We have your snow in winter! Ski out the door....
  2. Nothing but nature and quiet in our back yard. 20 acres of woods as well....
  3. Room # 4 budget double looking out over the pastures and mountain range. Combin...
  4. Queen bed room with optional single bed tucked in the pine trees on the north si...
  5. We keep the fireplace roaring for you all winter long. Snuggle up here after a ...
  6. Our sun room is your relaxing place year round. Nothing but fields, mountains, ...
  7. Sit on up for hearty home grown, homemade three course breakfasts made to order....
  8. Our guests have access to Pelham Lake Park, private for Rowe Residents only. 1...
  9. We raise sheep, chickens and some years turkeys too. Help feed if you like....

$60
- $125


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Description

Circa 1784. Sitting on a hilltop in the Berkshires, this 200-year-old Colonial homestead farm is also known as The House on the Hill with a View of Yesteryear. Twenty scenic acres provide an assortment of activities. Hike, cross-country ski, nap on a hammock or feed the animals. Relax in the solarium by the brick fireplace. Recently renovated guest bedrooms and a suite feature the original hand-hewn beams and knotty pine flooring with antique furnishings and colorful quilts. Savor a hearty, home-grown and homemade breakfast with choices of baked goods, fruited pancakes, Maple House Granola, fresh egg dishes and much more. Lunch and dinner are available by request for groups of 8 or more. Walk or bike to Rowe Town Forest and play tennis, volleyball or basketball. Swim, fish or canoe at Pelham Lake Park.

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Rates

$60 to $125

Payment Types Accepted Include Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.

    • Breakfast
    • Snacks/Refreshments
    • Afternoon Tea

Amenities

This property has 4 total guest accommodations, 3 with private bath, 1 suite and 2 conference rooms.

  • Bicycles
  • Child Care
  • Computers
  • Swimming
  • Tennis

Events Hosted

    • Romantic Getaways
    • Family Reunions
    • Meetings

Foreign Languages Spoken

French, English, some Spanish

Inns Of Interest

    • Stagecoach Stops

Pet Restrictions

  • Innkeepers pets on premises

Romantic Interest

Sit by the fire or outside to see the stars, breathe clear, fresh air and relax in the quiet beauty of the Berkshire hills.

Innkeepers Association Memberships

Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, Bershire Visitor Bureau, Mohawk Hills B&B Assoc., Shelburne Falls Business Assoc.


 
Room 1

Lovely view of the back pastures, mountain ranges and the stars at night. Queen bed and a couch that folds out to a single and is very comfortable. Writing table with chair, bureau. Cooled with window fan and our cool mountain air. Private bath. Minimum 2 night stay on weekend.

 
Room 2

Best view in the house: the ancient barn set against the colorful mountain ridge line. King bed, which can also be made up as twin beds, and single futon. - Private bath. - Maximum accommodation: 3 - Minumum 2 night stay on weekends.

 
Room 3

This room feels like a bird's nest in the huge maple that hugs its windows. It's a darker room in the morning for those who like to sleep in. Queen bed dressed in coverlets hand crocheted by Rebecca's grandmothers. - Additional single bed. - Maximum accommodation: 3 (2 in queen bed, 1 in single) - Shared Bath

 
Room 4

A smaller room with a sunny view of the pastures. Lovely quilted antique iron and brass double bed. Perfect for a single or as a family suite with Room #3. - Shared bath - Maximum accommodation: 2 (double bed)

Reservation/Cancellation Policies:

Minimum Stay Requirements

2-night stay on 3-day weekends

Cancellation

Our cancellation policy is full refund minus $10 handling fee per room up to 15 days prior to visit. After that refund is made only if we are able to fill your rooms.

Check-in/Check-out

3 pm / noon

Smoking

Smoke Free Property.


Other Activities

    • Antiquing
    • Art Galleries
    • Beaches
    • Bicycling
    • Canoeing/Kayaking
    • Fishing
    • Hiking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Live Theater
    • Museums
    • Parks
    • Shopping (Local Crafts)
    • Skiing Cross Country
    • Skiing Downhill
    • Tennis
    • Wineries

Historic Interest

Built in 1784 as a stage coach stop. Its name comes from the late 1800s. Travelers would come to Maple House, taking the train to Zoar and then a carriage to Rowe's beautiful hills to enjoy the clear, clean summer air and spectacular views. Located in a historic small, rural town in the northern Berkshires, "The House on the Hill with the View of Yesteryear," Maple House Bed and Breakfast in Rowe, Mass. is the perfect place for a step back in time and a time to relax and play together.

Historic Memberships:

  • Local Historical Society

Historic sites nearby:

Rowe Historical Museum (1 mile), Site of Fort Pelham (1/2 mile), Hail to the Sunrise (6 miles), Williamstown, Williams College (20 miles), Historic Deerfield (25 miles), Hoosack Tunnel Heritage Park Museum (18 miles)

Nearby College/University

Mass College of Liberal Arts, Williams College

Get a Free Night at this inn

The dates this property will honor the certificate are Sunday-Thursday.

- One Night Free: This property is featured as participating in the iLoveinns.com Buy-One-Night-Get-One-Night-Free program.


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Wonderfully relaxing!

My husband and I stayed at the Maple House for two nights last weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it. You almost feel like you're stepping back in time with no televisions or cell service, which for us was fantastic! It was so quiet and peaceful to look out at the beautiful property and see sheep grazing and the chickens stirring about in their pen, just a very relaxing, country atmosphere. Becky and Mike were really personable and gracious hosts and yes Becky does make fantastic breakfasts, too! Having a cup of locally roasted coffee in their sunroom before breakfast was a pretty nice way to start the day. We were amazed how little traffic there was for a Summer weekend...just another bonus. We've been to the area several times but hadn't heard of the Maple House before. We plan on returning in the Fall when the leaves are changing and will definitely return to the Maple House!
Jennifer Lawler
Newtown, CT

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Relaxing and beautiful

A beautiful spot. Rebecca is a gracious host and the grounds are meticulous. Great place to go with the whole family.
Rhonda Kaplan

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Exactly what I look for in a B&B

The scenery at Maple House is beautiful, natural and calming, making this the perfect place to go for a quiet getaway. The owners seem like fantastic people and we had a great time conversing with them while enjoying the excellent and wholesome breakfasts prepared by Becky. We did a lot of trekking while we were there for the weekend around the lake and small mountains, and Becky was so helpful getting as all set up by printing out maps and highlighting the best routes, etc. A really fun idea would be to take advantage of their retreat/reunion package and rent out the whole house for the weekend (10 people) with friends or family. We hope to do that in the future!
Manda Logan

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We keep coming back!

Just back from another delightful weekend at the Maple House. This is our eighth or ninth visit! Becky and Mike are the best, they are so good at making you feel at home, from those amazing home made gourmet breakfasts to beautiful rooms with nice amenities like lavender soaps and fluffy towels, to building a roaring fire for us in the common room at night. They really go out of their way to insure every guest has a great experience while staying at the Maple House. You won't be disappointed!
James Mack
Provincetown, MA

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Maple House B&B - Stay Here !!

Our stay at the Maple House in Rowe, MA was perfect! Rebecca and Michael made us feel completely welcome and at ease. Our room was cozy and comfortable and so inviting that I thoroughly enjoyed using it as an office for my writing while my wife was at her workshop. The property is gorgeous and comes complete with four sheep and several chickens, as well as hiking trails. It was so relaxing to sit in the yard and look out over the meadows and fields as night fell on our first day there. Just that one night helped me to relax and let go of the effects of the five hour drive. We stayed four nights, adding a fourth because the place was so inviting. Of course, breakfasts were excellent with variety and delicious foods an integral part. We had something different each day, all of them made by Rebecca as she played cook as well as the perfect hostess. It was so quiet at night with not a single car passing the B&B. I would highly recommend the Maple House B&B to anyone looking for a quiet getaway that is very well-located for the many attractions of the area.
PAUL vERCELLETTO
7/14/2010

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Tranquility Base

Over the 4th of July, 2010. After three days I left relaxed, relaxed, relaxed, in spite of two full days of day hiking. My life is too busy and too full of artificial stimulation. I looked forward to a night of peacely quiet. Hear myself breath. When I first shut off the light, it struck me how dark it was. No, stare out the window and there are million more stars than I could possibly see at home. There is much more to do that one might imagine. Some went rafting on the Deerfield, I went hiking to Monroe and Catamount. The absence of masses was strikingly a pleasure. Others wen to the town beach. I visited the historical society in Heath. Oh, just the country drive, meandering, turning, weaving was a beauty. My GPS helped me discover roads I might not otherwise take. Bring your camera. Innkeepers Becky and Mike think of everything and essentially open their entire house to you. Sitting in the yard, sleeping in the hammock, reading a book on a hot day, just a pleasure. Becky is a terrific cook and the breakfast is excellent. The beds are comfy - in the summer sleep with the windows open, ah, the fresh air. After a day or so, you stop thinking about a schedule and begin to appreciate the hills, the farms, the fields. I've brought home some amazing photos. Read a little about arguable "The Line of Forts" that once protected early settlers from the French/Indians. Concerts in Charlemont, skiing (a different trip) too in the winter is low-stress. Dinners are a bit of a drive, but hey, who's on a schedule. Enjoy having the road to yourself and driving under the speed limit.
Bill Tarkulich
Lexington, MA
7/6/2010

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If you must, you can get a wireless internet signal down at the Rowe Town offices.
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sweet lil B&B in Rowe Mass

We stayed at the Maple House B&B for a weekend in October. It was a perfect time of year to be in western Mass. The house is super sweet and the room we stayed in was great. I would stay there again in a heart beat.
Linda Wooliever
Worcester, VT
7/4/2010

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A Wonderful Place

There are some experience in life where you can just feel yourself relaxing, your mind expanding, your stress draining away. A stay at Maple House is like that. It's a brief interlude in a wonderful place and time completely separate from the rush, traffic and hassles of city or suburban life. Leave your cell phone at home - it won't work here! Instead of texting and checking messages, you'll find yourself wandering the grounds, watching the humming birds, or the ice shimmering on the tree branches. Or hiking one of the many paths through the woods, maybe to the lake shore, or into the mountains. Or sitting watching the fire in the cozy sun room. The beauty of the Berkshires surrounds you; the peace and quiet is so complete that it almost takes getting used to if you haven't been out of the city for a while. The rooms at Maple House are beautifully appointed and very comfortable. Becky Bradley prepares fantastic and huge breakfasts. The coffee is hot and strong and good. The Bradleys are very accommodating and laid-back hosts - you will consider them friends by the time you leave. I have returned to Maple House again and again, in all seasons. I highly recommend Maple House as the place to stay if you're looking for accommodation in the area, or as the ideal destination for a weekend or week-long getaway in the Berkshires.
Walter Palmer
Annandale, VA
12/10/2009

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Publicity and Press Reviews

The Sunday Republican, West County News, Rowe Goal Post, Shelburne Falls Business Association.

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