The welcome mat is always out at our 177-year-old farmhouse. Though George Washington has never slept here, our guests have travelled here from Finland, England, Germany, France and throughout the United States.
The country home was built in 1835, and is centrally located to many New England attractions, such as mansions and beaches in Newport, RI, colleges in Providence, RI, Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, MA, and New Bedford Whaling Museum in New Bedford, MA (all within an hour's drive). With many acres of well-maintained woodland surrounding the house, we were named Massachusetts Tree Farm of the Year in 1987.
Let our home in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, be the place where you rest during your visit to New England.
" I can say that I re-discovered America by visiting your house. Whoever says that America is all about tall buildings, over-crowded highways and giant-sized shopping centers is wrong. Our stay here was so enjoyable that it felt like home." - George & Juliana from Romania
" What a beautiful, interesting place to stay, with great rooms, great food... If you want it, there is complete solitude here. It is quiet in the area except for the sounds of birds and the pleasant breeze." - Frank Zucco