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Sugar Maple Trailside Inn  

Sugar Maple Trailside Northampton Massachusetts MA
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Number of Rooms: 2
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Price Range: US$ 75.00 to 120.00 prpn
Additional Person Charge: US$ 25
Deposit: $75
Minimum Stay: 1
Language(s) Spoken: English

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Craig and Kathy Della Penna
62 Chestnut Street
Northampton, Massachusetts, USA 01062-1405 map

Tel: 866-416-2753
Tel: 413-585-8559
Fax: (413) 585-8559
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Featured Yankee Magazine thriving, downtowns culure, hiking, biking, boating thriving, downtowns culure, hiking, biking, boating Trailside located community Northampton, specifically, Florence, village


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Sugar Maple Trailside Inn, is located in the noted community of Northampton, MA, or more specifically, Florence, a village within Northampton. In fact, we are the closest of Northampton's bed & breakfasts to Smith College--the largest women's college in the U.S.

The building itself is a recently restored 1865 Colonial home with Italianate characteristics that in 2003 was awarded the City of Northampton's Historic Preservation Award. The restoration and the interesting stories behind it were the subject of a segment on House & Garden Television’s (HGTV) acclaimed series, Restore America that was first shown in November of 2003.

All B&Bs have to have a theme. Ours is railroad history and bicycles. The inn boasts one of the region's largest collections of antique railroad maps, documents, and just plain books on the history of the railroads in the northeast. Peruse our library and relax on our cozy 3-season porch or take a bike ride on the bike path next to the inn. We now have a couple of great retro-cruiser bikes for you to try out. They'll remind you of the bikes you used to have as a kid and how much you used to love to ride a bike.

Renovated to offer modern comforts, our two air-conditioned guest rooms feature, private bathrooms with showers, quiet surroundings, professionally designed period gardens, antique furnishings, large closets, and pleasant views of the adjacent rail trail [bike path].

For the discerning business traveler, we feature hi-speed wireless internet connections. Pricing is reasonable and competitive with rates between $75 and $120 a night. View our real-time up to date On Line Calendar to access information about room availability, tour our rooms or to just BOOK YOURSELF IN , in an easy and streamlined way.

Amenities: Air conditioning, TV, Cable, Wireless Internet, View of area attraction, and more...

Payment Methods Accepted: Discover, Master Card, Visa, American Express, Personal Checks, Cash.
Check In/Out Policy: Check-in is after 3:00 p.m. Check-out is by 11:00 a.m.

Cancellation Policy: Two weeks notice is required to fully refund any deposit. If your reservation is cancelled less than14 days from your assigned dates your deposit will

We have pets. Children are welcome.

Breakfast: We serve an expanded continental breakfast. This consists of piping hot coffee and tea (decaf available) as well as a choice of various fresh juices, fresh baked bagels, muffins, scones, yogurts, home-made granola, and seasonal fruit round out your start

Driving Directions: Two miles west of Smith College/downtown Northampton on Route 9. When in the village of Florence, turn right at light [Chestnut Street]. We're the third house on the left. If arriving in the evening, look for the lit up bike in front of the house.

Local Area Attractions: One of the best, thriving, safe downtowns in the U.S. Art, culure, hiking, biking, boating. All is here.

Onsite Activities: Free loaner bikes for our guests. Walk or bike on the adjacent bike path

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