About the Guest House

The Guest House at Field Farm offers an authentic Mid-century Modern experience amidst 320 spectacularly conserved acres with an unparalleled view of Mt. Greylock. The house, completed in 1948, features original furnishings, artwork, and sculptures.

Designed by Architect Edwin Goodell, Jr. the International Style Mid-Century Modern house was completed in 1948 for Lawrence and Eleanor Bloedel. Avid modern art and furniture collectors, the Bloedel’s acquired over 350 works during their lifetime. Paintings from their collection on display include works by Loren MacIver, Wolf Kahn, John Opper, and Reginald Pollack. Sculptures include works by Richard M. Miller, Arlene Peartree Shulman, George Rickey, and Herbert Ferber. The main house features , furnishings by George Nelson, Isamu Noguchi, Vladimir Kagan , Hans Wegner, Jens Risom, and Ray & Charles Eames, Lawrence Bloedel...

The Guest House has 6 ensuite rooms each with unique original features. Please see individual room information for more detail.

We hope you will join us for a respite from your everyday life. We look forward to seeing you!

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The Guest House at Field Farm
A Trustees Property
554 Sloan Road
Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267