WREN'S NEST
Seasonal Rates: $235-$355

Location: Separate Cottage Ground Floor
Bed Size: King
Amentities: Stand-alone unit offers high beamed ceilings with open floor plan and three-sided gas fireplace.  King bedroom opens to sitting area with chaise lounge and two person corner whirlpool tub and shower with fireplace view.  Bath featues a pedestal sink. Ideal for two people. 

Rates are subject to change. Accommodations by Building

TESTIMONIALS

Feedback: Lodging // August 2013

"We live in Vermont and come to Dorset for the grat stores in Manchester, great restaurants in Dorset and esp. the Dorset Inn and Barrows House. We've stayed in most of the state's fine select registry places but these are the best for great service, terrific accommodations and fantastic staff that w..." - C D VERMONT

Feedback: Wedding/Event // October 2011

"All of the staff was kind and professional...our meal was spectacular...the atmosphere was clean, cozy & calm...we cannot rave enough about the inn, the food and the staff." - Brysen & Hunt

As you approach Wren's Nest it is easy to imagine from its petite size and shape that it had its beginnings in 1830 as a Chicken Coop for the Rev. William Jackson Farm. Some of the glass is original and we are told that as recently as 1930 the building had a dirt floor. After the Barrows Family bought the farm in 1900, Wren's Nest was used as a tack house (harness shop) for their livery business until 1926 when the horses were sold. About 1930, Wren's Nest was given a proper foundation and floor and Barrows House Chef was housed there during the late Spring, Summer and early Fall months.