As befits a converted 1824 Shaker mill, the 22 rooms, which can accommodate up to 40, are comfortably furnished and all have private bathrooms. Shaker peg rails hank along the plaster walls. The large sunroom (24' x 30') has a wall of glass windows that look out on the millís picturesque brook and waterfall, and the lounge has a unique circular fireplace.
After decades in the business, Mr. Paperny has been called the doyen of New England innkeepers. A stay at the inn is like spending time in the home of a fascinating new friend. As might be expected of a former consultant to the United Nations, Ingram is an internationalist; he speaks four languages and relishes playing host to an eclectic bunch of visitors. Originally a woodworker, he is responsible for all the carpentry done in the building.
The innís hospitality extends to meals as well. Breakfast includes juice, fresh fruit, cereals, yogurt, cheese, bagels, muffins, breads, and eggs.
Please call or write for additional information. Better still, stop by for a look and enjoy a glass of wine or a cup of tea with us.