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I polled my fellow attendees, most of whom are at a chain hotel and spending as-much or more with their "priority discount rate" as government or major manufacturer employees.
They've none with the homespun comforts and amenities. I mentioned wood fire comfort last night, and...More
When we first tried booking this B&B, we were informed that it was full, but we shortly thereafter received an offer for another room on the second floor with its own entrance (that does not appear on their website), with bath and all the other...More
Where do I begin? We really enjoyed this place. The innkeepers did everything they could to make our stay as relaxing as possible. The beds were so comfortable we slept like babies. Our party had both rooms in the bed & breakfast. The food was...More
I wanted to recommend this place because it was such a good deal ($115 for 1 night, 3 guests), and the couple who own it seem like honest, nice folks. It was a pretty stress free stay, but with problems. First, when making the reservation...More
Thank you for your interest in the Horace Kellogg. We do not have 5 rooms and we do not have availability. Google or check tripadvisor for the five college bed and breakfast association and look for the "check availability... More
Thank you for your interest in the Horace Kellogg. We do not have 5 rooms and we do not have availability. Google or check tripadvisor for the five college bed and breakfast association and look for the "check availability" box. Most B&B's have a 2 night minimum on weekends. Look in Hadley also. Bye for now,
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"Pick the B&B if you want to remain close to Amherst but still be removed enough to relax."