Directions to the Centennial House
Centennial House is conveniently located in Northfield, Massachusetts off Interstate-91 and near Route 2 near the borders of both Vermont and New Hampshire. A destination by itself, Northfield is also a perfect mid-way point for travelers on their way north to Northern New England destinations--Manchester, Burlington and Lake Champlain in Vermont, and to Canada, and those traveling south to Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
From the South (New York, Hartford, Springfield, Deerfield and Greenfield): Take I-91 North to Exit 28A (Northfield) onto Route 10 North. Proceed approximately 5 miles to the intersection of Routes 10 and 63. Turn left at the blinking light and travel .9 mile on Rt. 63 to Centennial House.
From Boston and Points East: Take Route 2 West to Erving, Mass. Bear right off Rt. 2 onto Rt. 63 North “Northfield and Keene”. Travel north approximately 9 miles to the intersection of Rts. 63 and 10. Continue straight through the blinking light, remaining on Rt. 63, proceeding 9/10 of a mile (.9) to Meadow Street, located on your left. You will see our sign on the corner. Turn left onto Meadow Street and park in any one of the three spaces available in front of the garage. There are three paved spaces just beyond as well. Come in the “Guest” entrance (see overhead sign) to the left of the garages.
Please do NOT park across the street on the neighbor’s property. There is plenty of space on our side of the street.
From the North (Canada, Vermont, New Hampshire): Take the first Massachusetts exit off I-91 South (Exit 28) onto Route 10 North. Proceed approximately 5 miles to the intersection of Routes 10 and 63. Turn left at the blinking light and travel .9 mile to Centennial House.
From Amherst: Northfield is a scenic 30-minute drive up Route 63 North.
Check-ins and Departures
Check-in time is from 3 to 6 p.m. or by arrangement in advance by telephone with one of the innkeepers. If you confirm an arrival time by e-mail, please request a written confirmation so you know we have received it. Please call us if you are running late. Please also note that if we believe you are arriving late in the evening, the innkeepers may slip out to the grocery store or a quick dinner, and may not be here if you arrive earlier than expected. So, please, do not change your plans without reaching us in person by telephone.