We were just looking for a "New England B and B" and accidently found River Bend Farm. What an incredible experience. This is a four room fully restored 1770 Tavern on the old Mohawk Trail. The owners, Mr and Mrs Loomis, have personally restored every inch of this Tavern to its original condition. Original floors, walls, and more. Two of the rooms have had air conditioning added and the shared bathrooms are fully modern but are part of 1770 Colonial rooms. Each room has a plaque that explains how the room was used in 1770 and what was found during the restoration and other useful and interesting information. The breakfast consisted of farm grown and self baked goodies from the property. We have stayed at many, many B & B's and River Bend Farm is now our "best B and B experience". This B & B wouldn't be ideal for everyone. It isn't Victorian, has shared bathrooms, has a 1770 "rustic" feel that would be better to describe at "authentic". The town of Williamstown is relatively small but has excellent museums including The Clark which has Degas and Picasso and others. The museum at Williams College has a display of original American Revolution documents that rivals or beats those at The National Archives in DC and you can stand right in front of them without all those crowds. George Washington's signature is right there! The town was an excellent place to visit but The River Bend Farm was the highlight of our New England vacation!!