The hand-hewn beams, wooden floors and paneling of the 150-year-old main farmhouse create a cozy, comfortable, informal atmosphere. The building has
- a sitting area;
- an ample foyer;
- seven bedrooms which sleep two to four people each (15-20 people total);
- four bathrooms, including three showers;
- a kitchen 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;
- and a large meeting/dining room which seats up to 50 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 moved and lovingly restored at Woolman Hill, culminating in a re-dedication ceremony in 2004. The simple, peaceful space has its own bathroom.
RED HOUSE & CABINS
There are four other buildings that can accommodate additional guests. The Red House can house five people (see more about the Red House here). Three rustic cabins provide up to 11 sleeping spaces, with two to five people per cabin (see more about the cabins here).
Limited tent camping is also welcome.
There are also plenty of nearby options for other accommodations in the local region.