111 N. Main St
Petersham, MA 01366
|Clamber Hill Inn & Restaurant
|Would you like to know,
a little bit about this Award Winning Inn?
|111 N. Main St.
Petersham MA 01366
|Designed by D. Ellis, Ellis Hospitality Group Inc
|Clamber Hill, established in May of 1998, is an
award winning inn, secluded in a 33-acre wooded estate,
in Petersham, MA -- the heart of Central Massachusetts,
just minutes from the beautiful Quabbin Reservoir.
In fact there is a view of the Quabbin from the back woods!
This historic 9,600 sq. ft. mansion was built, as a summer hide-away.
by Roger and Caroline Putnam of Springfield, MA.
The Inn has five imaginatively decorated guest rooms
and an intimate romantic restaurant.
Clamber Hill is owned and operated by Mark and Deni Ellis;
both the food and décor reflect their extensive European traveling experience.
|Clamber Hill has a reputation for good food and the Inn's award winning
Pear Almond Pancakes were featured in Worcester Living Magazine's
article about Clamber Hill.
Many of our guests are seasoned travelers and yet they still say that a
Clamber Hill breakfast is the best they've ever had.
We invite you to try our special pancake recipe,
a semi-finalist winner from Bed & Breakfast.com's national
Pancakes & Personality contest --let us know what you think.
Boston Globe on December 24, 2006
-- what a great Christmas present that was!
Worcester Living Magazine's Jan 2007
-- along with our Pear Almond Pancake Recipe.
Travel & Leisure Magazine Oct 2009
-- with the fantastic Petersham Fall Foliage!
Boston Channel 5's Chronicle Feb 2013
--on Mystery Main Streets
Worcester Telegram & Gazette June 2013
--a 4-Star rating restaurant rating
|If you would like to know what other's say about us,
here's the list of our unsolicited publicity
The Inn was a Yankee Magazine
Editor's Choice selection in 2005!
"A grand Shingle-style eminence tucked in the forested uplands near Quabbin
Resevoir, this property could be mistaken for a celebrity's hideaway in Tahoe,
Aspen or Bar Harbor, complete with stable, eight wood-burning fireplaces, and a
handsome library with big leather armchairs. The four guest rooms are tastefully
decorated in equestrian, Asian, European and nautical themes. Linked to adjacent
conservation land by hiking and cross-country skiing trails, it's a gracious and
secluded spot where you'll see the Milky Way at night and hear songbirds in the
morning. Owners Mark and Deni Ellis extend their hospitality to anyone
traveling with dogs too."