About the Greenspade Inn
The Greenspade Inn is a 162 year-old New England colonial with generations of history as a storied family residence in the town.
The B&B sits on a gentle knoll at 66 Lincoln Street, a vibrant thoroughfare to the center of town, even as it was a century ago when Easton drew its name as Shoveltown USA from the presence of The Ames Shovel Works.
In fact, the Inn derives its name from the heritages of both the Innkeeper, whose family name is Green, and the town’s cultural and industrial foundation as the central home of the historic Ames family and their history as shovel provider to the world in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
For those of you who choose a B&B based on the value of “the 2nd B” – that is, the Breakfast – you’re gonna love this place! No continental breakfasts here. You’ll be treated to a full New England breakfast with freshly prepared eggs, fresh meats, homemade breads or muffins, fresh fruits and juices and fresh-brewed coffee and tea. A variety of cold cereals is also available.