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Area Dining & Accommodations

Greenfield, Massachusetts, is the closest town larger than 5,000 people.

The next two large towns, in order of ease of access, are Brattleboro, Vermont, and Keene, New Hampshire. View dining options, as well as accommodations by town.

In order of distance from campus:

ACCOMMODATIONS

For accommodations options, further information, and links, visit www.bbonline.com, and www.bedandbreakfast.com

Dining

The Gill Tavern
326 Main Road
Gill, MA
413-863-9006


The Farm Table at Kringle Candle
219 South Street
Bernardston, MA
413-648-5200


Mim's Market
60 Main Street
Northfield, MA
413-498-9900


The Rendezvous
78 3rd Street
Turners Falls, MA
413-863-2866


The Alvah Stone
440 Greenfield Road
(in the Montague Mill, below the Book Mill)
Montague, MA
413-367-5345


Antonio's II
1 South St.
Bernardston, MA
413-648-9800


Hillside Pizza
77 Church St.
Bernardston, MA


Zeke's Grill
87 Parmeter Rd
Bernardston, MA


Dunkin Donuts
50 Church St.
Bernardston, MA

 

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