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We have special snacks to feed the horses.

Comfort and Elegance

Relax and spend time at the Inn

There are plenty of places to kick-back and relax at the Inn at Westwood Farm. While many bed and breakfasts may confine you to a single room, at Westwood there is ample space for solitary endeavors like reading a good book or going outside to feed the neighbor's horses from the snack jar we keep in the kitchen. While out, you may run into Porter the dog, Rose the cat, or T.J. (Thomas Jefferson) the mouser, who all look forward to attention but are not allowed in the inn.

In fact, even when the inn is fully occupied, there are enough separate spaces for each inn guest to find a place outside of their room to relax.

Living Room in Early morning

The living room has plenty of chairs, and lots of natural light. Fine selection of books and periodicals. Light music is played in the mornings.

Inn at Westwood Farm Library

The library has a selection of books and board games for guests. Leather chairs, cashmere pillows and throws along with one of the best views from the Inn make this a cozy retreat.

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