The Worthington Inn at Four Corners Farm is a special place - a quaint eighteenth century tavern situated on a 15 acre working farm. The Inn is a cornerstone of its town, the charming New England village of Worthington. Centrally located in the hills of Hampshire County on the east side of the Berkshires, the bed & breakfast is a wonderful place to host your wedding or retreat, or just to stay for a relaxing night or two. The Inn offers easy access to Springfield, Williamstown, Pittsfield and the five college area of Amherst and Northampton. Surrounding our farm is a tapestry of pastoral splendor - miles of wooded hills and cornfields into which our fields are woven.
The Inn was restored in 1945 by William Gass - the architect responsible for the restoration of Old Deerfield. Built in 1780 as a stagecoach tavern, the Inn retains its historic character with five fireplaces and wide floorboards. It has earned enrollment on the Massachusetts register of Historic Sites.