|Types of Transportation Available to Campus:|
Bradley International Airport near Hartford, CT, is approximately 30 miles from campus. Shuttle-bus service is available from the airport to campus; call Valley Transporter at 800-872-8752 or 413-253-1350 as early as possible to arrange for this service. Amtrak train service is available to Springfield, MA. Valley Transporter also provides shuttle service from the train station to campus; call as early as possible.
|Driving Instructions to Campus:|
Take I-91 to Exit 18; then take U.S. 5 N. into the center of Northampton. Turn left on Massachusetts Rte. 9. Go straight through four traffic lights. Turn left on College Lane shortly after the fourth set. The Office of Admission is on your right, overlooking Paradise Pond.
|Local Accommodations: Near By:|
A favorite with Smith visitors is Hotel Northampton (36 King St. N.; 413-584-3100), a restored 1926 building in the heart of Northampton within walking distance of the college. Also within walking distance is the Autumn Inn (259 Elm St.; 413-584-7660), a colonial-style, nicely appointed, moderately priced hostelry located on Rte. 9 adjacent to Smith. It has a swimming pool and provides parking.
|Local Accommodations: Far Away:|
Sixteen miles north of Smith is Historic Deerfield, a village of 12 museum houses. The Deerfield Inn (81 Old Main St., Deerfield, MA; 413-774-5581) is a great place. The Yankee Pedlar Inn in Holyoke, about 25 minutes south of Smith. On the main drag in Stockbridge (an hour's drive away) is The Red Lion Inn (413-298-5545), a bustling old inn with moderate to expensive rates. Lenox is only a few miles away and has great shops and restaurants. The Village Inn (Church St.; 413-637-0020) is a charming and elegant place to stay the night. Rates are moderate; some rooms with shared baths are inexpensive.