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Thursday 12pm - 8pm 
Friday 12pm - 9pm
Saturday  12pm - 9pm 
Sunday 12pm - 6pm

Live piano Music 6-8:45 pm

We are Pet friendly 

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New Boston Inn

Welcome to this 18th century stagecoach stop, The Historic New Boston Inn. Acknowledged as Berkshire County's Oldest Inn, it  has faithfully served guests and travelers since 1737. Now as an Inn with a restaurant and tavern, it has seven charming rooms, all with private baths.  The 1737 Colonial Pub Has a Full liquor and Wine selection and will serve up your favorite beverage. Our handsome gathering room, know as the Gentleman's Parlor will warm you with its wood burning stove, so you can read, watch TV, mingle,or just sit and relax. The Outdoor Gardens with it's frog Pond, are just as relaxing with nature at it's best, Sound of Farmington river in the back ground and birds flying over the mountains makes it a great place to Read, Paint, Nap.  Continental breakfast is available in the dining room, out in the garden or on the screened-in back porch. Enjoy our full-service lunch and dinner. 

From the moment you walk-in and are greeted by the friendly Innkeeper and staff, you are transported to an earlier time, where the pace is slower and you remember times long ago. Everything about this place tells the story of 1737, where we came from, what we did in history and where we've come. New Boston Inn has been part of history for over two hundred years. The inn is located in Southern Berkshire County between two mountains (Snow and Hanging) and three rivers (Farmington, Buck, and Clam), and minutes from the CT and NY borders. We are easliy Located on the corner of Route 57 & Route 8, at 101 North Main St., Sandisfield MA.01255

Set amid lawns and gardens, surrounded by the lush Berkshire Hills, the New Boston Inn is nearby to many popular area attractions.

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