Central Massachusetts offers a large variety of comfortable hotels
Hotels and motels in Central Massachusetts service a wide range of needs, tastes, and budgets. Chain hotels in Central MA towns of Sturbridge, Westborough, Marlborough, and Worcester can range from basic, low-frills lodging to luxurious establishments with spas, fine dining, and many in-room amenities. Mass. lodgings of all sizes and price ranges are available for children and families, and are near to beaches and family activities. Highlights of Central Massachusetts include Old Sturbridge Village, a replica of a 19th-century New England farming town; Quabbin Reservoir, with fishing, hiking, and picnicking; Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Princeton; Southwick’s Zoo in Mendon; and lots of wonderful farms and orchards that welcome visitors.
277 Main Street - Route 131
Sturbridge, MA, 01566
An historic Yankee retreat with modern amenities
Three unique and comfortable lodgings welcome you with modern amenities in a historic setting. 17 guest rooms and suites in the Publick House offer private baths, period antiques and quality reproductions. You’ll find the same style and touches in six suites in the adjacent Chamberlain House. Just a short walk through the apple orchard are the 92 rooms of the Country Motor Lodge with air conditioning, cable television, wireless high speed Internet and complimentary toiletries. Dine on traditional and casual Yankee cuisine, sumptuous entrees and delicious desserts at the Tap Room and Ebenezer’s Tavern. And don’t leave without stocking up on the gifts and goods turned out daily by the 18th century bake shoppe. Return to America’s past and enjoy contemporary New England hospitality.
369 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA, 01566
Comfort and modern amenities in a historic setting
Great lodging options adjacent to Old Sturbridge Village. The Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges offer historic ambiance, comfort and convenience. 29 modern air conditioned Lodge units each with free wireless internet, iPod/iPad docking stations and free continental breakfast. The 10-room Oliver Wight House, built in 1789 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, provides amenities like four-poster canopy beds, embroidered bathrobes and slippers and adjoining room options for large parties. There is a swimming pool and for the kids a playground, and a great collection of 19th-century toy and game baskets. Discounted admission to OSV is included in every reservation while special packages and discounts are available for OSV members, weddings and select Village events.