The hand-hewn beams, wooden floors and paneling of the 150-year-old main farmhouse create a cozy, informal atmosphere. The building has a sitting area; a large meeting/dining room; an ample foyer; full kitchen; four bathrooms; and sleeping accommodations for 20-25 people in seven bedrooms which sleep between two to four people.
The kitchen facilities are fully equipped for serving 60 people, with three refrigerators, a six-burner stove and oven, all necessary cooking hardware, and informal service for 75 guests. The dining room seats up to 60 people, and opens out to a large brick patio with picnic tables, an easterly view and the shade of a handsome maple tree.
Originally built in North Dartmouth, MA in 1849, the Quaker meetinghouse was recently moved and lovingly restored at Woolman Hill. The simple, peaceful space has its own bathroom as well as a small food preparation area.
The Red House, a charming cottage just across the lane from the main building, has an open kitchen and sitting area, a full bathroom, and two bedrooms that can house an additional five people.
Three rustic cabins provide 10-12 additional sleeping spaces, with two to five people per cabin. Each cabin has electricity, a woodstove, an outhouse, and a simple kitchenette.
Our three cabins – Sunrise, Woodshop and Saltbox – offer a wonderful way to spend time close to nature, away from the hectic pace of the world, on your own or with friends or family. Click to read more about personal retreats or about group rentals.
Sunrise is the most private of our cabins with a compact split level floor plan featuring a sitting and food preparation level, a lower dining space, and a loft area with a queen-sized mattress. It is very cozy with unusual window designs providing plenty of vantage points to the outside. (Sleeps 1 or 2)
Woodshop is spacious and gets plenty of sunlight. It has an open floor plan with a kitchen and sitting area, as well as a bunk bed, single bed, and sofa bed. It is close to the Meetinghouse and other buildings in the central campus area, but is still set back away from main activity. There is access to the Ridge Trail right out the back door. (Sleeps 1 to 4)
Saltbox is tucked into the woods just at the edge of the fields across from the Meetinghouse. The cabin has a main living space with a single bed and double futon, a loft with two single mattresses, and a separate small kitchen /dining area. Very close to the central part of campus and to the Visa, Stream and Buck’s Hill trails, it is also very private. (Sleeps 1 to 5)
Each cabin has electricity, a woodstove, simple kitchen facilities, and an outhouse. Running water is available in the main building and in the meetinghouse.
What is in each cabin:
Simple cooking gear (electric or propane hotplate, pots, flatware, dishes)
Cooler (but no ice or icepacks) or small refrigerator
Dishwashing equipment, including soap and dishtowel
Jugs of drinkable water (which can be refilled in the conference center or meetinghouse)
Woodstove, with plenty of wood and kindling
Mattress, pillows, extra blankets
Toilet paper is in the nearby outhouse
What you need to bring:
Bedding (sleeping bag or sheets, warm blankets, and pillowcase)
Toiletries and towel
Ice or icepack if you intend to use the cooler
No candles or open flames of any kind inside any building
Rates: $35 per night for one person; $50 per night for two or more people. A reservation is guaranteed with a deposit of 50% of the anticipated cost (refundable up to one week prior to the dates booked). We accept cash or checks.
We have 110 acres of land, with walking trails and meadows and woods. In nearby Greenfield there are gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants, bookstores, post office, library, a family-owned department store, a swimming area, and lots of other opportunities. Near the rotary at I-91, there is a visitor information center, and in downtown Greenfield there is a chamber of commerce with local and regional information.