About Starlight Llama
Starlight Llama Bed and Breakfast is Massachusetts’ FIRST solar-powered, off-the-grid, bed and breakfast. Learn More About Us! Starlight Llama is the only local hotel, inn or B&B where you can get a cup of coffee, have breakfast with ingredients straight from the garden, watch a llama grazing outside your window, see a donkey take a dust bath, and charge your cell phone with solar power, all before 10 a.m.! During your stay, learn more about llamas or how the solar power works. Utilize our fantastic location as a base camp for enjoying Northampton or Berkshire sites. Park your bikes, take off your canoe, or hang up your beach towels before you head into town to shop, enjoy an ethnic restaurant, or see a performance or exhibition. With 120 acres, we have room.
We, your hosts John and Dee, opened Starlight Llama in 2008 to showcase the ease of using solar power, provide you with a 'green' getaway, and share our conservation-protected land, animals and farm. Our bed and breakfast is a wonderful alternative to a hotel, a one-size fits all inn, or the kid's room in someone's home. We offer a unique option: Service! Enjoy a fantastic fresh breakfast - we can easily accommodate gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian diets! We are here to provide wonderful suggestions for what to do in the area, where to eat, where to park, and our clear, hand drawn directions are sure to get there.
There is much to do at Starlight Llama besides get a good night's sleep! Hike, bike, snowshoe, walk our trails, and if you'd like, weed a garden, bring in the hay, or help John clear the trails up to his reproduction of Henry David Thoreau's cabin. A visit to our bed and breakfast allows you access to 120 acres of our conservation restricted property, land that has been in our family for 6 generations. Our land abuts the Mineral Hills Conservation area, so bring your water bottle and hiking shoes, or we are a short bike ride to two swimming areas, so bring your suit.
Your stay at Starlight Llama is your chance to relax, so if you want a slower pace, feel free to sit on the deck with a cup of coffee and a book, relax and watch the llamas graze, or wait for the peacocks to wander over for a snack.