My GF and I spent the weekend here this past weekend, October 25th and 26th. Cindy, Dennis and Pat were incredibly gracious and unassuming hosts. We arrive latish Friday night and were greeted at the door by both Cindy and Yoda. Cindy offered us a drink and a sit by the fire before showing us to our well appointed room. We stayed in Goldfinch which was in the back of the home and very quiet which was perfect. We had two home cooked breakfasts (Cindy and Dennis are excellent chefs) each morning and when we we returned from our outdoor adventures on Saturday, we were offered drinks and fresh baked goods. It felt like we were staying with a close friend and we will definitely be returning to visit them.
With a free weekend and wanting a peaceful scenic drive, we headed to Mass. This was a weekend when the temps hit 100 degrees. After spending the day in the heat, Dennis had made sure the air was turned on in our room, and that felt heavenly! The house was built in the 1790's and its kept its essence. We were warmly greeted by Cyndy and Yoda and made to feel so welcome. Our room was meticulously clean with the most comfortable bed. Breakfast was on the porch, deliciously prepared by Dennis. Luckily for us, we were able to have dishes that included their own grown Rhubarb (one of our favorites!) Pat sat with us and was able to fill us in on the very interesting history of the house. Book a room here with confidence!
Our hosts were gracious, gave us interesting historical facts about the B&B and made us feel very comfortable. The breakfast- a bird's next omelet was amazing. The house was filled with vibrant art and the the architecture was true to it's historic times. It's located in the rolling hills outside of Shelborne Falls- in quiet beauty.
It has been a year or so that we visited the Bird's Nest but we remember it fondly. It was one of the best B&Bs we have stayed at and we are not young and have done a fair bit of traveling. The breakfast was excellent. The rooms are not high tech but if that is what you are looking for I wold suggest a motel. The rooms were put together with a high aesthetic and the Humming Bird was very comfortable. The Artwork was a pleasant surprise as well as Yoda. We look forward to visiting again.
Imagine coming home from a long day of working, driving, hiking, zip lining, or whatever to a plate of fresh-from-the-oven cookies. You take your cookies up to your room, a cozy yet spacious cocoon that wraps you in warmth. You settle in for the night and have the kind of sleep that a secure, well-loved child has: not a care in the world. In the morning a delicious, filling breakfast is made for you. Conversation at the breakfast table flows with ease and you have the space to really be yourself. You are ready to go for the day’s outdoor adventures. This is the kind of restorative peace you will find at The Bird’s Nest Bed and Breakfast in Buckland, Massachusetts. Pat, Cyndy, Dennis and Yoda the dog, are attentive hosts who provide the perfect place to return home to yourself.