Inn At Sweet Water Farms
Inn at Sweet Water Farm

Inn at Sweet Water Farm

Here  are  line-dried cotton sheets, glowing pre-revolutionary hardwood floors, aperitifs by the fireplace in the winter, fresh mountain breezes in the summer (and yes, air-conditioned rooms for those few nights when the mercury rises above your comfort zone).  There are walks up and over Baldwin Hill, homemade local food, eggs fresh from our backyard hens and the delicious artesian well water that inspired the name of our inn

Whether you find us by accident on your road to somewhere or are returning with  family or friends for a special weekend we are here waiting to welcome you for the first time or back again.

 

Check out what you’ve been saying about us at Trip Advisor:

"I come here at least once a year, with friends to celebrate special occasions, by myself when I want to escape and recharge.  The land of sweet water (truly--better than any snooty french mineral water--bring your own containers to take some home) and homemade bread is a better soul cure than the land of milk and..."

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A Delicious, Blissful Retreat...

• Ideally located in the Southern Berkshires
• Members of Berkshire Grown and Slow Food
• Local amenities by Goat Boy Soap and Kiss My Face and
 
Chocolate Springs
• Environmentally friendly
• 5% discount for guests with hybrid cars
(SUVs not applicable)

Answers to your 5 most frequently asked questions... 

Do you accept children?   We welcome children fourteen and older.

What is your cancellation policy?  There is no charge for cancellations made ten days prior to your stay.  Within ten days of your stay our contact page explains the details of our policy.

How far are you from...?We are 5 minutes from the center of Great Barrington and Catamont, 15 minutes from Butternut, 20 minutes from Stockbridge and Tanglewood, 30 minutes Lenox and an hour from MASSMOCA.

Where are you located?Our mailing address is Great Barrington but you'll find us in the nationally registered historic village of North Egremont 4 miles from the center of Great Barrington.  It's a country charm thing...worth the confusion.

Are you a farm?  Snug on our third of an acre we raise chickens for eggs and rabbits for meat (one mighty fine breakfast special if I do say so myself).  Click here for the whole story...

 

Here's a few of The Ladies of Sweet Water Farm watched over by

their rooster "Pretty"

 

 

The Inn at Sweet Water Farm  One Prospect Lake Road  Great Barrington, MA 01230 | (413) 528-2882 | Email Us | © 2010