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Sweet Brook Farm

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Dan and Carol F wrote a review Sep 2019
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We booked our reservation at Sweet Brook Farm and made the required deposit in mid August for a two night visit in September for activities in Williamstown. On September 10 we were informed our confirmed reservation for September 20 and 21 was cancelled in that all the rooms at Sweet Brook Farm had been reserved for a wedding party. This wedding reservation must have occurred after our dates were confirmed, but we were told that one "partner" failed to advise the other "partner" as to the wedding. In any event, we have received apologies and an offer for a future free two night visit at Sweet Brook Farm. Notwithstanding, this "administrative" error is inexcusable, and we have had a most difficult time in arranging substitute accommodations in the Williamstown area. Be careful in dealing with the Sweet Brook Farm "partners"
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jim M wrote a review Aug 2018
Exeter, New Hampshire196 contributions57 helpful votes
Spent this past weekend in Williamstown for a wedding. Had the good fortune of spending two days of the wedding weekend at Sweet Brook Farm. Working Alpaca farm with amazing mountain views. Sitting under a tent watching the moon rise had everyone with their phones out for pictures. Was curious about their store and ended up taking home alpaca socks and maple syrup.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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LoveVirginia wrote a review Aug 2018
Washington DC, District of Columbia213 contributions103 helpful votes
We saw the sign on the road leaving the west side of Williamstown and thought it would a great distraction. It was really fun, the owner showed us his farm, tasted syrup, he walked us through the process and we took lots of pictures of the Alpacas and the one llama. It was a big hit with my teenagers.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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JewelieRees wrote a review Oct 2017
Erie, Pennsylvania33 contributions15 helpful votes
We stopped during open hours, but no one was there. The store was open and there was a note with a number to call, but no one answered. This was our second attempt in the weekend. The dyed fiber and yarns are no longer sold there, but syrup and some socks, mittens and scarves still available. We would have loved to see more, and learn about the herd.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Stuart L wrote a review Sep 2017
Middletown, Connecticut100 contributions28 helpful votes
Four of us decided to go to Sweetbrook Farm - the write up an reviews looked impressive. On arrival the scenic view was incredible!!! We were greeted by the owner who explained the farm which is primarily a maple syrup company and a ranch for alpacas. The alpacas were interesting animals and his narration about the animal very interesting. They also had a store on the grounds selling many knitted items made from alpaca fur and of course their delicious maple syrup - worth the trip for that alone!!! Wedding receptions were also held on the grounds obviously for the GRAND scenic views. A very worthwhile side trip in Williamstown!!!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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