Gedney Farm – innovative lodging in a restored Normandy-style barn
Modeled after the great Normandy barns of nineteenth century France, the barns at Gedney Farm were built at the turn-of-the-century as a showcase for the finest Percheron stallions and Jersey cattle of the day. Classic proportions – together with majestic scale – exemplify the expansive spirit and passion for excellence of the Berkshire’s “Gilded Age.”
In the renovation of Gedney Farm, the aim was to capture the distinctive stylistic elements and historical elan of two different eras. As a result, the original architectural details of the barn are strikingly preserved within a contemporary and comforting interior space.
Since its inception at the turn-of-the-century, Gedney Farm has been a “place apart” – undiscovered by many but cherished by those who have come to know the finer pleasures in life, and appreciate the simple and gentle beauty that is “Old Berkshire.”