Nestled in the Housatonic Valley of the Berkshires
in western Massachusetts,
Howden Farm
is both a Bed & Breakfast and a working farm.

Howden Farm
303 Rannapo Rd
Sheffield, MA 01257

Home of the famous Howden Pumpkins

Located three miles below the village of Sheffield Massachusetts, Howden Farm is convenient
to the many enriching outdoor and cultural activities that the Berkshires are famous for.
From the symphonies of Tanglewood to the antique shops, from hiking the mountain trails
and fishing on the nearby Housatonic River to the abundance of fine dining throughout,
the B & B at Howden Farm and the Berkshires offer a rich palette of opportunities for every visitor.
Located conviently to all Berkshire attractions such as Colonel John Ashley House, Bartholomew's Cobble,

a nature preserve-excellent for birding- which are both just down the road.
Or spend the weekend browsing in Sheffield's more than 40 antique shops.
Other Attractions: Tanglewood Music Festival, the Berkshire Choral Festival, the Berkshire Theater Festival,

Jacob's Pillow , the Norman Rockwell Museum
and Chesterwood the home of Daniel Chester French,
sculptor of Lincoln in the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC.
There are historic homes, such as Edith Wharton's-The Mount-and Naumkeag
and other attractions far too numerous to mention.

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