| This Antigue Victorian Painted Lady is situated on 23.80 acres of land. If the gentle ruins of an old greyhound track do not relax you maybe the stream or pond will. The architecture and history of this property will sit you back on our wrap around porch to reflect upon a time unknown to us. Centrally located Middleboro, is forty minutes from Boston, and twenty minutes from Plymouth and the Cape Cod Canal. Innkeeper's Cell phone 508-944-3400
Charles Neil Atwood built this home in 1860 and employed over 90 people in the village. The home's entrance greets you with Corinthian columns and a wood carved staircase. Further on pass the pocket doors is the dining room containing an antique tiled fireplace. Turn to the right and the library's tiger oak bookcases invite you to sit for a while. Next door the ribbed ceiling foyer opens up to a three season porch crowned with copper. Come see the original tiles of Victorian tulip and seashells. Your stay at the Inn is your special time away. Our wonderful atmosphere and our knowledge of the area will make it one of the most delightful and memorable experiences you'll ever enjoy.
The first two bedrooms on the video are available for our guests
Guests have a choice of a full or continental breakfast. A full breakfast may include a ham and egg breakfast braid, baked French toast, tomato in a egg with hash browns, waffles or sweet potato pancakes. A continental breakfast may include fruit, yogurt, cheerios or hot cereal, muffins or bagels.
Also, wireless internet is available at Rock Village Bed and Breakfast. Save your time for packing and look for directions to your destinations here at Rock Village because a laptop computer is available for our guests. Wireless internet is easy to access to retrieve emails. Print out your boarding pass, directions or a letter on Rock Village Stationery.
House full of history
Rock Village Bed and Breakfast boasts historic setting and owner’s flairfor antiques.
Charles Atwood, whose family founded the Rock Mill that established its fortune –and that of the family’s South Middleboro neighborhood, built the Civil War-Era Italianate/Queen Anne home in the heart of historic Rock Village. The impressive home that is now operated as a bed and breakfast by Doreen Sullivan boasts numerous architectural details like the carved wood fan over doorway of the parlor and the stained glass window in the bathroom, below right.