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I stayed in Uncle Bill's room - huge second floor room not in the main Inn. It has a wood stove (although the temperature was in the 90's) which would be great in winter!
The breakfast was made to order, and Amanda is very charming...More
We spent a night at the Black Walnut Inn, which is a beautifully restored Federal style brick mansion! The decor is warm and inviting and the rooms were very comfortable! Beds were terrific (I'm a bit fussy about that: read soft firmness) and the location...More
We stayed in the Carhart Room to celebrate an anniversary and birthday. The room is large and comfortable, and dates back to the 1700s. The Inn has been thoroughly and lovingly restored. Innkeeper Marie is a warm hostess. Wonderful baked goods at breakfast! Despite the...More
Very good room, great breakfast, convenient location. We stayed for couple nights during our college shopping trip, and both mornings had very enlightening conversations at the table with fellow college shoppers, as well as with UMass faculty and their visitors. Obviously this play is a...More
Large comfortable room. Great staff. ( hello De De;Amanda and Marie)
I want De De and Amanda to come back home with us to make breakfast.
We will be back. This place made our vacation so much more.
Andy & Teresa Halperin
we are interested in staying at the black walnut inn - we are traveling with our golden retriever -and would like to know about your dog friendly room. the dates for our travel have us arriving on august 19 and leaving august 22.
15 March 2016|
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Hello! The Inn allows one dog under 35 pounds in one of the rooms. Please contact the inn to make any reservations.
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"The upstairs rooms not in the main building are very quiet."