Bed & Breakfast

Woodstock Sustainable Farms offers an exceptional bed & breakfast experience. Two distinct 18th century structures are available for special occasions to enjoy the quiet tranquility of rural “old world” New England. Remotely situated within our 200 acre farm, several unique accommodations are available.


One of the earliest American structures that remain in the US, this structure was saved from demolition and relocated to a hilltop overlooking three New England states. The house was originally built in Johnston, Rhode Island by John Manton, and was later home to his son-in-law Joshua Greene, a descendant of Surgeon John Greene (founder of Rhode Island).


Having fallen into disrepair and threatened by the development of a nearby highway, Ken and Linda Rapoport purchased the house in 1995 from the Rhode Island Historical Society. The structure was meticulously documented, and underwent a museum quality restoration utilizing curators from Old Sturbridge Village. All the hardware, floorboards, moldings are original, including the hand wrought nails & pegged frame.


Hidden beneath the skin are 21st century technologies, affording luxuries such as radiant heat, steam shower and state-of-the art electrical wiring.  We have two antique rooms available, each with their own private bath.



This barn was relocated from Kingston New York, the original capital of pre-revolutionary New York State.  It was one of the few structures that escaped the British burning in 1777 after the Battles of Saratoga.


The Kingston Barn affords a loft with queen bed, a pull-out couch in the living room, full kitchen, bath, and washer & dryer.



A full breakfast, featuring our pasture raised eggs, bacon or sausage, and fresh homemade bread from our beehive oven compliments your stay. Weather permitting, breakfast is served on the bluestone patio with a view of three states; or you may choose to enjoy breakfast indoors either at the  Manton-Greene house or the Kingston Barn.