Wildflower Farm is a 5 acre homestead by the forest, with barn yard animals and 2 farm dogs. Come smell the apple blossoms from the local orchards and see the foliage in the autumn. Skiing, winery, hiking, and history nearby. Comfortable and welcoming in all seasons.
Thank you for your interest in our home, please contact us prior to booking. We look forward to your visit.
We share our property with a gaggle of chickens and 2 goats. We share our home with 2 friendly dogs. Expect joyful greetings when you come in, lots of tail wagging, and other doggie behavior. If you do not want them in your room, feel free to shut the door and keep them out.
$30 a night for guest number 3 to sleep in own private room with single bed. Great for children or third traveling companion.
Not far from here, men like Emerson, Alcott and Longfellow, built a Transcendentalist community, for the Boston Brahmin. Fruit lands, The very place that Louisa May Alcott wrote about in her book, Little Women, is a short drive from here. The historical first frontier is in the next town over. Before there was a western frontier there was Lancaster. There are also many universities within an hour of here, a medical center in Worcester and a Russian art museum. Historical Harvard, and Bolton are down the street. Historical Lexington with it's Minute Man Statue and the history of Concord, are about 35-45 minutes from here by car. Boston is a day trip, see the Gardner Museum, The Boston Aquarium or the Boston Museum of Science. Go to Cambridge, walk through Harvard Square and visit Harvard University. Boston and Cambridge have so much to offer. Highway 495 is easy to get to and close by, it will take you everywhere. Routes 2 and 62 are also right here. Go to the east for big cities and history. Go to the west to see the mountains. Cape Cod is a weekend trip.Other coastal areas such as Rockport, Newburyport and Plum Island are a day trip.
If you wish to stay closer to your room, see the Fruit Lands Museum, go hiking, or biking out in nature, take a walk in our woods, visit the goats and chickens, skiing and golfing are near by, you can even go horse back riding right near by as there are several horse farms. Check out Nashoba Winery, or just take a drive through the MA country side. Pick your own apples down the street at Berlin Orchard! There is plenty to do right here.
Local Food And Coffee:
We like the restaurant at Nashoba Winery. Or for a more family style meal go into Hudson to The Horseshoe Pub, which also offers a bar for drinks. If you want to stay closer to your room, we recommend the local watering hole, The Flat Penny, just down the road about a mile. It is pretty good and Thursdays are trivia night. The Flat Penny too boasts a bar. For coffee, we like our own coffee maker or Harvest Cafe in Hudson.
For antiques we recommend our friends over at Counting Sheep Antiques, or Oh My Gosh Antiques in Sterling. There is also a mall with quite a few standard shops and a movie theater just up the road. For groceries we recommend Indian Head Farm for local produce, Market Basket, or any number of the other wonderful local farms in the area.
We will be available to answer your questions as we will be renting you a room/s in our home.
There is no public transportation, a car is necessary, you will need one that has 4 wheel drive in the winter. We apologize, due to our schedule we can not pick you up or drop you off.
This area is apple country and has some of the most beautiful autumn foliage in New England. Small rolling hills, pastures, orchards and woods make up the terrain. We see all sorts of wild animals from deer and foxes to the rare bear sighting in the area. Lots of small farms lie along the small country roads. The neighborhood lies along the less traveled back roads of historical New England. Right by the important major highways. Lots of country quiet and glow bugs out here.
- Air conditioning
- Free parking
- Washing machine
- Pets live here
Use of kitchen
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