This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Greater Springfield, Franklin County, Mohawk Trail reviews
"This house was perfect for what we wanted - to get away from everything but be close to Deerfield, Massachusetts. The kitchen was modern, large and well-equipped. The rooms were welcoming and bedrooms very nice. The Green River across the street was a short walk to nature and adventure. It was a short drive to Greenfield, Massachusetts for groceries, antiquing, dining. We would definitely return."Guest: Linda F. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014View listing
"My husband and I stayed in the "studio" room at Flower Hill Farm for three nights and it was just wonderful. Carol is warm and helpful and accommodating - she provided excellent directions and was always accessible if we had questions about things to do/places to eat/sights to see in Williamsburg and Northampton. She's very knowledgeable about the area. The room itself is delightful - lot's of nice details/amenities like an excellent french press and good sized fridge/freezer - and the bed was so comfortable. The property is just gorgeous full of places to explore and sit and take in the sunset/sunrise/stars. You're also minutes away from some great hikes, delicious eats and lovely strolls. We left feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Truly a gem."Guest: Jen C Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 31, 2014View listing
"I stayed in this very cute apartment for a week. I live in California and was in the area dropping off my daughter at college. The apartment is nicely located and has everything you need. Shelburne falls is a very cute town and I took several day trips into Vermont and upstate New York. I also made a point to walk to town every day. The owner was extremely helpful. I would highly recommend this rental. So much better then a hotel. I have a very fond memory of sitting in the chair, all the windows open, listening to the summer rain while reading a good book. So relaxing.... I wish I was there now. Thanks Liz"Guest: Tracy V. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014View listing
"Stayed here in mid September and had a great time. The area is very nice and quiet. The river behind the house is excellent. The house is rustic and contained all of the little things you need to have an enjoyable stay. I look forward to returning."Guest: Kevin Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 28, 2014View listing
Hawley Travel Tips
Hawley Vacation Rentals in the Heart of Greater Springfield
You'll find yourself at home in Hawley vacation rentals located in the heart of the Greater Springfield area. Hawley is a town full of rich history and cultural heritage. This burg was settled in 1760 and was initially named the Hatfield Reserve until its incorporation in 1792. Named for an American Revolution leader, Joseph Hawley, the town's first industry was forestry. You and your group can explore the rich history from a variety of Hawley vacation rentals.
Although Hawley is tiny in size, it is big in recreation and activity. From any number of Hawley vacation homes, you can enjoy all that the Hawley area offers. You can prepare lunches in your private kitchen to bring along as you explore the some of the area attractions. Hawley is very rural and is surrounded by thousands of acres of state forest. You can explore state forests including the Kenneth Dubuque Memorial State Forest, Savoy Mountain State Forest and Mohawk Trail State Forest.
Greater Springfield lodging is Full of Fun Activities
These forests include hiking trails, interpretive trails and many, many historic sites. You can discover cellar holes in now abandoned villages and remains of mill complexes. Your Greater Springfield rental accommodations are also close to many attractions of the Greater Springfield locale. How about a fun-filled visit to the Dr. Seuss National Memorial, where those young and young-at-heart can get to know The Cat In The Hat? The Seymour Planetarium beckons those who wish to discover the starry nights and the galaxies beyond. Or perhaps those budding scientists can take in a day at the Springfield Science Museum.
Eat Home Cooked Food in Your Hawley Vacation Home
There are dining options galore including everything from the casual Uno Chicago Grill and Judie's Restaurant to fine dining at the "Onyx Fusion Bar & Restaurant" and "The Salem Cross Inn." Or just stay at one of the lovely Hawley vacation homes, and enjoy a dinner with the family or group.