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The Old Inn on the Green

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134 Hartsville New Marlboro Rd Rte 57, Village Green, New Marlborough, MA 01230-2159
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#1 of 2 B&Bs / Inns in New Marlborough
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The Old Inn on the Green is the centerpiece of the historic and scenic village of New Marlborough. With authentically restored rooms, you'll feel like you've just stepped back in time to the tranquility of the eighteenth century. Our Inn preserves the understated elegance of classic decor, down to the tiny details, like a restaurant that is entirely lit by candle light. Escape with us to a serene and relaxing environment in one of our 11 rooms complete with wifi, a pool, and lounge areas for your enjoyment. Located just outside a broad cultural base, when you stay with us, you are a close to a variety of cultural institutions such as Norman Rockwell Museum, Clark Art Institute, and various natural wonders and trails. Join us for a meal in our cozy and intimate dining room with top quality cuisine by Chef Peter. We also have a newly renovated bar where you can have a drink by the glow of candle light and fireplace. When it's nice outside, dining is open on our canopied garden terrace in the back of the Inn. Your complete satisfaction and relaxation are our top priorities. Our friendly and accommodating staff is here to be sure that your stay is peaceful, and we can be your escape home away from home.
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Sheryl325 wrote a review Sep 2021
Indianapolis, Indiana15 contributions9 helpful votes
The hotel is old and cool to see. We stayed 2 nights and my back is screaming never again in that worn out bed. The hotel is very well kept and clean. The bathrooms are super clean and modern for a very old hotel. We had a great porch to relax but that bed must be replaced. The restaurant had fabulous food. They have a super cool old and charming bar too. Great location in the Berkshires.
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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john D wrote a review Jul 2021
Westfield, Massachusetts293 contributions66 helpful votes
We made a dinner reservation and asked if they had a room for one night which they did, score! So the rooms here are very period correct, creaky/slanted floors, but this building has been a Inn of some sort for 270 years! The dinning rooms are almost fully lite by candle light, another charming part of the Inn. The prix fixe menu has choices at all three course's and two amuse's come out as well. The current chef is doing a beautiful job the food was flavorful, creative and hot, with proper time between course's it made for a unrushed two hour dinner. You could spend the whole night just reading the wine list, lot's of choices, must be quite a cellar as some bottles were up too $3700 yikes! Eating here is not cheap and the restaurant is far ahead of the Inn. If your looking for a treat or special occasion this would be a great choice! Hope you enjoy it as much as we did !
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Date of stay: June 2021
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amitra1 wrote a review Jun 2021
new jersey192 contributions79 helpful votes
A friend and i visited here for a friends birthday party. It was an intimate setting in the dining room. The service was very good and the food outstanding. Looking forward to visiting again. The bar is very nice too.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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Sue_near_Boston wrote a review May 2021
Boston, Massachusetts325 contributions89 helpful votes
We stayed at the Inn (2 nights), in a private room, neighboring building, with jacuzzi during May 2021. Staying at the Inn is not an inexpensive experience, we paid maybe $400 per night including taxes, etc. For sure, the room was authentic to an era gone by, and has appeal simply because of that, and because of that we overlooked a few things that we were surprised were missing ... but appreciated some things that had been added too. The little envelope with face masks and sanitizer, for example. We felt that given the remote location and the fact that the Inn has no 'breakfast service', rooms should have a coffee machine, and at least bottled water, maybe a small fridge. Small things, but missing none the less. One must drive for breakfast to a store 1 3/4 miles away (we walked the first morning, and drove the 2nd) - breakfast at the store IS complimentary when you mention you are staying at the Inn. The pool was not open, but given that it can still be chilly in May, this was expected. The room did contain a fireplace, but we were not to use it because if the room is too warm, the smoke will be sucked into the room and not up the chimney. Point taken, I have had an open fire in several houses, and understand. Meredith checked us in and answered our questions, made suggestions and directed us to the breakfast location for the next morning. We enjoyed a quiet cocktail after checking in, and another just prior to our dinner reservation at the Inn's bar. Chris, the bartender, was very friendly. He knew the area, and can make a KILLER cocktail. We enjoyed sitting at the bar. Really very good. Our dinner was really exceptional. Our server was super helpful - I WISH I could remember his name, it was unusual, maybe beginning with an 'L'? Courses were perfectly paced, bread was freshly made that day and amazing. All told, a very good experience, not rushed - appropriately timed and with the elegance of a classy establishment. The following day we did not dine at the Inn, but went over for pre-dinner cocktails. It was quite a different experience. I walked towards the bar, to be greeted by a younger blonde-haired woman. She was clearly immediately irritated by my presence. Her demeanor and manner was not friendly. I indicated that my husband and I were going to enjoy a cocktail at the bar as we had the previous evening. She literally said 'No, you cannot' right to my face. I was quite shocked. I explained that we had done so the previous evening, which we had enjoyed. She didn't seem to want to even listen. She indicated that it was far too close to the bartender and that it wasn't allowed. (The bar seats 4 and was not occupied). She very coldly told me that I could order and sit 'outside'. Outside where there are no other people, and where we look like naughty children lol! Honestly. I was shocked at being talked to like this. I was quite upset. I am an adult, staying at the Inn (not sure she actually knew that as she didn't ask). It is not necessary to address me so callously, dismiss me instantly and make no attempt to conceal distain for my presence. Oh my goodness! Not even one attempt to say something like 'I'm so sorry, we are busy this evening and your enquiry caught me off guard' ... nope, nothing. And so we sat outside with our cocktails. Should I add that Chris, the fabulous bar tender, had no idea of this rule. He seemed embarrassed. It was clear that diners nearby heard this entire interaction. It was humiliating. Again >> I am not a child !!!! I told him I would not argue with her because I didn't want to get him in trouble. I do understand that there are rules to be followed. However, we were just wanting to do what we had done the previous evening. >>> This singularly ruined my experience. The Restaurant food was very good, and has appropriate reviews. HINT: Book well in advance. There was a service fee added to our bill. It was fairly significant. Since our room was not cleaned while we stayed (no added toiletries, no bottled water, no coffee machine, etc as mentioned above ... also, although there were flowers in our room and in the common areas in the building we were staying in, they were dead), and since we dined and tipped our waitperson and bar tender separately, and breakfast was at a store almost 2 miles away ... I'm not entirely sure it's appropriate to add a 'service fee' ??? Takes a lot to get me to write a review these days, and I do absolutely want to say that the restaurant and unique type of accommodation was certainly appealing. But I feel overall, you can't do a few things well and then ride that wave over the things you fail at.
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Date of stay: May 2021
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mamita3 wrote a review Apr 2021
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We had a truly amazing dinner at the inn, the candlelight ambiance was very beautiful and cozy. I was afraid it would be too dark since I need my reading glasses even when it’s light out but it was just perfect and reading this menu was a delight since choices were very appealing. We were welcomed with two complementary amuse bouche bites, both wonderful (the pate with the jam was out of this world) i had the mushroom soup. This was my favorite course, followed by the sea bass with lentils and I believe was a cauliflower puree. All desserts were good . We would come back for dinner again. We were staying at a house rental in Colebrook and the drive back and forth was very easy .
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Traveled with family
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Responded Apr 10, 2021
We're so happy that you enjoyed your experience! Thank you for taking the time to write about it in such a positive way.
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$302 - $340 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesMassachusettsBerkshiresNew Marlborough
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Old Inn on the Green
Which popular attractions are close to The Old Inn on the Green?
Nearby attractions include Umapchene Falls Park (2.9 miles) and Dry Hill (0.9 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Old Inn on the Green?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a pool.
What food & drink options are available at The Old Inn on the Green?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at The Old Inn on the Green?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Old Inn on the Green?
Conveniently located restaurants include Old Inn On The Green, Cantina 229, and The Southfield Store.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The Old Inn on the Green?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at The Old Inn on the Green?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to The Old Inn on the Green?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Colonel John Ashley House (7.7 miles).