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Rent a room in our 1700's colonial by the day or week from mid-June through mid-August.
*near Pelham Lake for swimming, canoeing & kayaking
*10 miles of hiking trails
*Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls
Rest, Renew, Retreat!
Our house has 4 bedrooms. This room, the Labor Day Room, has one queen bed. You may be sharing the hall bathroom with another bedroom.
If you would like to rent the whole house see https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7125927.
This is a great space to hold a birthday celebration, enjoy a family reunion, or take a summer vacation. Beautiful wide pine floors, four fireplaces, and a three- season porch, this 1700's colonial transports you back to a time of elegance. It's like living in another era while still enjoying the amenities of a newer home, with a lovely kitchen and modern bathrooms.
Disponible para huéspedes
There is also a kitchen that you will have access to, please bring your own food and any kitchen tools you'd like beyond basic essentials. The yard is beautifully landscaped, but is hilly. You may end up sharing the kitchen, yard, and other common spaces with other guests.
Atención a los huéspedes
We have an office just up the road. You can drop by with questions - we are open from 9-5 every day.
Otros aspectos destacables
Please note that there is no internet in the building or cell service in the area.
Sorry, no pets. No smoking in the house or enclosed porch. Please be considerate of other guests and smoke well away from the house.
Our Home is folded into the slope of gentle mountains at the edge of an old New England village. Our guests walk in the forest, enjoy the waterfall, and sit by quiet reflecting ponds. Rowe’s philosophy arises from a deep faith in the fundamental goodness of human beings, the abiding miracle of life on earth, and the soul-sustaining beauty of creation. At Rowe, this beauty is everywhere.
Our listings are adjacent to our Camp & Conference Center, here in Rowe. The Rowe Center has been a camp since 1924, and began hosting conferences and workshops in the early 70's. Please see our website for more information about Rowe,