The North Branch Inn offers an escape to a land of breakfast on porches, old-school bowling alleys, and gardened meadows. With a careful balance of country setting and modern amenities, it’s a place that eases your transition back towards simpler times.
The small-town inn honors the heritage of its historic setting and aged buildings, while offering contemporary design touches and comforts. Its rooms are spread across three buildings that feel more like the homes of your friend’s modestly-wealthy grandparents.
North Branch Inn notably features an early 1900s wooden bowling alley that’s bound to inspire your inner Daniel Day-Lewis or Paul Dano (but in the fun, non-violent kind of way). Attached to the alley, you’ll find the old-timey Bar Room and Restaurant where brunch, dinner, and cocktails are served across communal-style tables.
Throughout your stay, pass the time outside embracing the quiet stillness of their property. Bring a book or a picnic to one of their streams, meadows, and gardens. And, if you want to branch out, explore the area’s small towns, scenic drives, breweries, and local farms.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
The Bar Room & Restaurant are typically open for dinner every day except Tuesday & Wednesday and for brunch on weekends. Reservations are recommended.
North Branch hosts special dining experiences and other events from time to time. The owners, Foster Supply Hospitality, also run The DeBruce, The Arnold House, and 9 River Road.