Inn on Boltwood

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The Inn on Boltwood, formerly known as The Lord Jeffery Inn, has been welcoming guests to the Pioneer Valley since 1926. After undergoing extensive renovations in 2011 motivated by both historic preservation and environmental sustainability, the Inn was awarded Silver LEED certification in 2013 by the U.S. Green Building Council. The transformed Inn features 49 stylish guestrooms and suites, updated and expanded event facilities, and a full-service locally inspired restaurant, 30Boltwood. Robert Frost, who spent many years lecturing and teaching at Amherst College, was a great admirer of the Inn on Boltwood and often stayed at this quaint Inn.
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Experience the Mead Art Museum, the Emily Dickinson Museum, The Eric Carle Museum, and the Beneski Museum of Natural History moments away.

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Discover the heritage of the Inn on Boltwood.

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Explore

Explore the Emily Dickinson Museum.

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Experience

Experience the art at the nearby Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.

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Taste some classic New England clam chowder when out exploring the region.

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