The subscriber has recently purchased and taken possession of
the well known
HOTEL IN AMHERST, MASS.
and is now ready to receive and entertain his friends and the public. The house
itself is one of the most spacious in this part of the state, the rooms are
large and pleasant, and the whole establishment is perhaps unequalled for the
judgement and good taste displayed in its construction and general arrangement.
The furniture is of the best description and much of it new; and
the whole has come into the hands of the present proprietor at
such a price as to enable him to furnish the
BEST ACCOMMODATIONS AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
The situation of the House is elevated and airy. It is in the centre of one
of the most delightful villages in the Commonwealth, not more celebrated for
its literary institutions than for its salubrious air and the unrivalled beauty
of its scenery. Travellers from the South, and families from the Cities, will
find here all that is essential to the pleasantness of rural life in New England.
For such, a portion of his rooms are peculiarly adapted, and the subscriber
pledges his best exertions to contribute to their enjoyment, comfort and case.
PARTIES OF PLEASURE
from the neighbourhood will also find him prompt to wait upon, and anxious
to gratify them ; and to the travelling public generally, he only asks that
they will make a trial of his ability to please them.
His barns and sheds are large and convenient--and he hopes that Teamsters
upon this road will, find it for their interest to patronise his house.
Amherst, Mass. April, 1848. A. P. HOWE.