About The Pink Room
Actually, the Pink room is painted a lovely 'Santa Fe red' and is a mirror image to the White Room. The Pink room has a single queen sized bed, and its own bath in the room (ensuite) with a shower, toilet, freestanding sink, and toiletries. Sitting at the spinette (an antique desk that once housed a harpsicord) you will look out onto the east pasture and will see how we nestled the house into the woods. The front window overlooks the gazebo (Dee's favorite place to sit with coffee and laptop), and the small front pasture, created so guests could most easily see or feed the llamas. This room gets the first morning sun, so if you need a bit of natural encouragement to rise, this room is for you. If you need caffeine before John has the coffee ready, the Keurig coffee maker is conveniently placed right outside.
The art in this room includes work made by Dee and contemporary artists from Western Massachusetts. The Pink room has a small cabinet to hang clothes and find extra blankets or quilts, and dresser where you can find extra pillows. In the top drawer you should find books and magazines listing fun things to do, plus restaurant guides and reviews.
Control your own heat to your needs. In the summer we have fans available, and thanks to our country location, the air cools down at night, so we don't need air conditioning. This room has its own entrance, and at the end of the hallway, under the Keurig, you will also find some additional brochures (we have many in the kitchen sharing what to do in the area), as well as an iron, hair dryer, and board games.
We welcome your reservations by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 413-584-1703. Room fees are $115 per night and include a full vegetarian breakfast. Rooms fit a queen-sized bed and 2 people. Call to see if it is possible to add a child over the age of 12 or a small adult on a cot. Any extra person is charged $20.