Old Sturbridge Inn
Located adjacent to the New England’s largest history museum, Old Sturbridge Village (OSV), the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges are perfect for your group excursion. The village itself, a "must-see" New England attraction, depicts life in an early 19th-century rural village. A visit to this New England treasure features costumed historians, antique buildings, water-powered mills, and a working farm. Guests can view antiques, meet heritage breed animals, take part in hands-on crafts and learn about life in an earlier time.
After a full day of exploring the Village and Sturbridge area, your group will find comfort, historic charm and modern amenities within the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges. The 29 lodging units are situated in a cul-de-sac like setting and each offers a private entrance. The historic Old Sturbridge Inn (the original Oliver Wight House) was built in 1789 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built by carpenter/architect Samuel Stetson, the Inn boasts a fabulous center hall and murals in the hallway and stairs painted by itinerant artist Rufus Porter (1792-1884.) Old Sturbridge Village had the murals recently restored by an expert in Porter’s work.
Lodges rooms feature king or two double beds and rooms at the Old Sturbridge inn offer four-poster cherry canopy queen beds. Accessible rooms are also available on the property. Motorcoach parking is available at both the inn and lodges and Old Sturbridge Village and groups can customize packages to include staying on property, museum admission and dining experience such as Old Sturbridge Village’s popular Hearthside Bounty event where guests can experience an evening in a 19th-century tavern, complete with a meal cooked over the hearth by OSV staff, old-fashioned entertainment and a look into table manners of the 1800s. Additional group dining options are also available.
The Old Sturbridge Inn and Lodges property also features indoor and outdoor seating areas, a spa and salon, a fitness room, a conference room, an outdoor seasonal pool and a fire pit. In addition, a continental breakfast is available for guests. The property sits on Route 20 in Sturbridge – convenient to shopping and dining as well as Interstate 84 and the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90). Less than an hour from Boston, Hartford and Providence, the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges – along with Old Sturbridge Village – are a must see on your New England tour.
For reservations phone (508) 347-5056. More information can be found online at osv.org/inn.
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