The Warfield House Inn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... not sure why these small towns exist. We are here because they have a motel - admittedly it is not in the town, if you can call it a town centre. However next to the motel there is a Yankee Candle - it is huge - a candle, Christmas, homeware store - they give you a map to find your way around. They even have a restaurant and that is where we had diner - it was great food - they had jazz musicians - and we even received a candle - what more could you want. Mileage: 165 ...
... for a few days to explore the Berkshires) we happened to spot a town called Shelburne Falls. For an excuse to stretch the legs we pulled off to see if the town really did have a waterfall.
Surprisingly, it did! And not only that, it was a pretty little place with two other major draws, the Bridge of Flowers and Lindsay's Cream Puffs!
So, lets start at the top, the Bridge of ...
We are meandering our way from Hudson, NY to Bartlett, NH. Our big pow wow late last night was to decide our route for today. Decision time. Straight toward Bartlett or take some back roads through the Berkshires and take in the special Van Gogh exhibition at The Clark in Williamstown, Ma.? We've been cued in to this exhibit by our friends Judy and Robert - and we go decide to go for The Clark – it’s ...
Hi All.........we are all doing great and just can't believe how quickly the summer has gone by. It is so true what they say......the older you get, the faster the time passes. Being retired really gets you to take in all the beauty that surrounds us and enjoy the finer things in life. One thing for sure...we definitely have to go on a diet---even Sandy.
We left Bar Harbor, ME on 8/6. We travelled thru the White Mountains of ...
... of Flowers. Originally built in 1908 as a trolley bridge that crossed over the Deefield River from Shelburne Falls to Buckland, the 400 foot, five arch concrete span was used until 1928 when the trolley was no longer used. The next year the bridge was transformed into the Bridge of Flowers, the project taken on by the Shelburne Falls Women's Club. We strolled across the bridge, passing through the explosion of color with over 500 varieties of annuals and perennials; ...