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My granddaughter Kadia wants to be a veterinarian so her five-day "nana trip" was all about animals starting with Parc Safari near Montreal where she got to feed the camels. We finished up with a night at Colonial Hill which Kadia quickly announced was the...More
My girlfriend and I shared a lovely, romantic stay at Colonial Hill during a very cold and snowy couple of days in January. Terry and her two well-behaved, very sweet dogs were welcoming and made us feel immediately at home. Despite the cold, the accommodations...More
We had a very restful stay with our two teenage children. We visited Amherst and Wachusett Ski Mountain both very convenient to the Farm. Terry was a great hostess, catered to our meal preferences and even took us on a hike. The farm was very...More
If you are looking for a special time, stay a night here. Experience sleeping in a farm house built in the 1700s, and enjoy meeting and learning about the 24 alpaca residents grazing outside the door.
Terry could not have made us to feel more...More
some good things here, some poor things.....
the house itself was clean but needs some repairs, decorations and new beds, etc.... - it's almost like opening this up as a b&b was an afterthought or a way to make some extra money once the kids...More
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Response from Gary O, Owner at Colonial Hill Alpaca Farm and B&BResponded 14 August 2011
We always work hard to accommodate our guests. Our Inn was built in 1742 so it brings with it the antique atmosphere with wide oak floors, post and beam construction, and wood paneling. Improvements have been made to keep our guests comfortable in this colonial...More