The Old Inn on the Green is the centerpiece of the historic and scenic village of New Marlborough. With authentically restored rooms, you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped back in time to the tranquility of the eighteenth century. Our Inn preserves the understated elegance of classic décor, down to the tiny details, like a restaurant that is entirely lit by candle light. Escape with us to a serene and relaxing environment in one of our 11 rooms complete with wifi, a pool, and lounge areas for your enjoyment. Located just outside a broad cultural base, when you stay with us, you are a close to a variety of cultural institutions such as Norman Rockwell Museum, Clark Art Institute, and various natural wonders and trails. Join us for a meal in our cozy and intimate dining room with top quality cuisine by Chef Peter. We also have a newly renovated bar where you can have a drink by the glow of candle light and fireplace. When it’s nice outside, dining is open on our canopied garden terrace in the back of the Inn. Your complete satisfaction and relaxation are our top priorities. Our friendly and accommodating staff is here to be sure that your stay is peaceful, and we can be your escape home away from home.
Established in 1760.
The Old Inn on the Green has been serving New Marlborough since 1760. Our mission is to provide a tranquil stay in a relaxing and peaceful environment. With many years of continued success, we look forward to adding you to our long history of happy customers.
We celebrated a friend’s retirement at the Old Inn On The Green tonight. Everything was excellent! The menu had a lot to offer, and everyone in our party was very pleased with each of their three courses. Our waiters were extremely attentive, and knowledgeable. It was a special evening, and The Old Inn on the Green was the perfect choice for such an occasion. I look forward to returning. In this day and age of staffing and food shortages there was not a hint of anything missing.
Extremely rude staff! I’m not sure why this place has such great reviews. It’s creepy and dark. We made a 5:30 reservation, which we do when we take our children out, who are extremely well-behaved and eat from the adult menu. The waiter was impatient with them, and rude. The food was good, but definitely not worth the attitude. When I said something to the manager along the lines of, “You’re not used to having children here, huh?!” He replied, “It’s certainly not frowned upon.” To which I replied. “Well, your waiter certainly frowned upon it, and made us very uncomfortable for no reason.” I don’t even want to mention the bill, because it was certainly not worth what we paid. There are way too many other places to have a great meal, and who treat their patrons better than this one did.