The extensive suite (bedroom with double bed, bath/shower room, dining room, lounge, and faux kitchen) is a recent modernization of the carriage house built in the 1800's. The suite is between the main farm house and the landmark five-bay centennial barn, one of the largest and most impressive in central Massachusetts.

$105 per night
Includes full breakfast; individual and communal dining; accommodations on all diets upon request; cash, traveler's and personal checks. Open all year.
* Extras: Children welcome, crib available, RV trailer parking, A/C. Additional adults (3r) will be an additional $10.00. Children under 12 free. Dogs with all their shots, and crated if left alone, are accepted.



In the main house the large guest room is 18' by 18' with double and single beds and an adjoining bathroom with bath and shower.

$95 per night
Includes full breakfast; individual and communal dining; accommodations on all diets upon request; cash, traveler's and personal checks. Open all year.
* Extras: Children welcome, crib available, RV trailer parking, A/C. Additional adults (3r) will be an additional $10.00. Children under 12 free. Dogs with all their shots, and crated if left alone, are accepted.


The upstairs guest room and the guest dining room downstairs reveal the original Yankee colonial structure and the elegant Federal period interior finish created for Massachusetts Senator David Putnam in the early 1800's.

Two working beehive-ovens and five working fireplaces (two of them 'walk-ins'), broad pine plank floors, exposed champfered beam and gunstock-post construction, and original hardware are all retained.

Dr. Bowden says the house's main sitting room captures the "legacy of the English medieval hall", complete with an antique oak Nottinghamshire bench , probably dating from the 1680s. Extensive research by Professor Bowden and his Clark University students and careful restoration by master carpenters Joseph Deetz and David Stephenson ensure a continuing eighteenth century ambience.

The Putnam House Bed & Breakfast is a member of
The Evergreen Club.


www.evergreenclub.com