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Great Room & Library

The Inn at Silver Maple Farm is the perfect country bed and breakfast where guests, friends, and family can meet, socialize, read, and relax.  Built in 1997, the spacious post and beam Great Room is framed by hand-hewn beams with a soaring pine paneled cathedral ceiling.  Clean lines, space, and light invite you unwind and rejuvenate.  Settle into one of the cozy wing back chairs and enjoy a cup of tea by the fireplace, or sit back on the sofa and take in the ambiance.  Being fortuitously located in the sweet spot where the Hudson Valley meets the beautiful Berkshire foothills, the Inn at Silver Maple Farm bed and breakfast is the perfect choice for your weekend getaway or "stay-cation".

The Library is a more intimate space with sofas, tables and chairs, lovely pine paneled ceiling, and well stocked book cases for your perusal and enjoyment.  Join us each afternoon for cookies and tea before you embark on your evening adventures. 

The entire Inn has wireless internet, and is smoke and pet free. 


Nestled on a hillside teeming with maple trees and evergreens and surrounded by seasonal gardens, the Inn at Silver Maple Farm bed and breakfast offers a lovely escape from the daily grind.  Stroll the grounds and listen for the gently babbling brook near the south lawn, and the many different birds that consider Silver Maple Farm their home.  Find peace and quiet on our little slice of heaven, and soak in the countryside from any one of our Adirondack chairs scattered throughout the grounds.  We have deer that visit on the north hill, an abundance of little chipmunks, and even a few rabbits and fox.  In the evenings, you can see and hear little frogs playfully chirping in the front garden.  Different birds make their nests all around the property, and delight us with their evening songs.