Clamber Hill Inn
111 N. Main St., Petersham, MA
Award winning inn located on a secluded 33-acre estate in the North Quabbin
Clamber Hill was established in May of 1998, and is an
award winning inn, located on a secluded 33-acre estate
in the North Quabbin woodlands of Petersham, MA.
This unique 9,600 sq. ft. mansion was built in 1927
by Roger and Caroline Putnam of Springfield as a
summer hide-away. The Inn, with five imaginatively
decorated guest rooms and an intimate romantic restaurant,
is owned and operated by Mark and Deni Ellis;
both the food and décor reflect their extensive
European traveling experience.
Clamber Hill has a reputation for good food and the Inn's
award winning Pear Almond Pancakes were featured in
Worcester Living Magazine's article about Clamber Hill.
Many of our guests are seasoned travelers and yet they still say
that a Clamber Hill breakfast is the best they've ever had.
We invite you to try our special pancake recipe,
a semi-finalist winner from Bed & Breakfast.com's national
Pancakes & Personality contest --let us know what you think.
From points north, connect with and take MA Route 2 to
Exit 17 (Athol/Petersham), then turn right on to Route 32
South, towards Petersham. The driveway to The Inn is
five miles from the exit, on the right, across from the
Route 101 intersection.
From points south, connect with and follow Route 122/32
through Barre to Petersham, where Route 32 will turn
right towards the town common. Continue north on Route
32, one mile past the common. The driveway to The Inn is
on the left, across from the Route 101 intersection.
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111 N. Main St.
Petersham, MA 01366
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