Welcome to Palmer, Nicknamed “The Town of the Seven Railroads” & “New England’s Top Train Enthusiast Location”. So do expect the “Romantic” sounds of the by gone era of a train to rumble thru! We own the popular eatery The Steaming Tender Restaurant (Railroad Themed-located across the tracks at the old Union Station). Open Wednesday- Sunday! If you mention that you are a guest at the LOFTS ON MAIN, you will receive priority seating and complimentary dessert on us!
“Robin’s place is what we needed to get away from our busy life and explore Amherst, Springfield and nearby places. We liked the location as it was close to big cities, but away from the noise and traffic ( the trains sounds behind a window we considered as a plus! :)) My grandma’s house was near a big train station, so the passing trains made me travel back into my childhood good memories and feel relaxed. So if you love trains, this place is for you! It is also clean and well organized. Robin is a great host! The communication via texts was excellent and check-in very welcoming . When we needed some help, everything was addressed quickly and in the best manner by her and her husband, and we thank them for their kindness and true desire to make their guests feel comfortable! The small kitchen place had everything for cooking if you like to cook your own food. We’d like to use a kettle for boiling water for our tea, but a pot did a great job too:) and if you like coffe more then there is a coffee machine. The bed and blankets are incredibly confortable and huge! I had the best sleep ever( with the help of trains that were like rhythmic lullabies:) We recommend this place”
Turn of the century church-turned-artist-studio residence awaits you. Located on 1 1/2 private acres this place is peaceful and unique. The basement apartment is industrial modern. Rental does not include chapel area. Industrial modern apartment meets Victorian-era New England church turned art studio. 1 pillow-top queen bed and 4 bunked twins. Chapel use is not included in this rental. This rental is about a 1 1/2 hour drive to Boston and 3 hour drive to New York City.
“The loft is exactly what you see, super stylish, decent kitchen and comfortable. You should bring everything you need for wine, snacks and breakfast foods as grocery stores are not that close. However, we went to the Gin Mill across the street for a burger and met Kelly Dane... she is the bartender / chef with all the local advice on places to dine. Just awesome.. she remembers a midnight Mass the old church. Hiking in the Quabbin, shopping in Northampton, craft fair in Monson, and dining in Sturbridge. Super fun Thanksgiving Weekend!”
Enjoy a remodeled third floor studio in a historic 1873 Springfield home. Queen size bed, large shower, sink, mini refrigerator, and private front entrance. There is a spacious TV room with a fold down couch option. Close to downtown Springfield, the MGM Casino, concerts, Basket Ball Hall of Fame and the Dr. Seuss museum with easy access to highways. This is a Studio on the 3rd floor so be aware of vaulted ceilings as in the pictures. This is a unique space for relaxing. See you soon!
“This is a honestly a great place to stay, I highly recommend it! The space is beautifully decorated and private. Not only that but the location of it is great as well. Melissa is a great host and very nice and helpful! If you’re ever in Springfield keep this place in mind you won’t regret it!”