Large 1910 Tudor house in quiet rural setting, on 16 acres. Near 5 colleges: Smith, Amherst, Mt. Holyoke, University of Massachusetts and Hampshire.
Authentic 1886 stick-style Victorian on 3 acres opposite the Emily Dickinson Homestead. 7 spacious rooms, private baths, in room computer & writing desks,ceiling fans and central air conditioning. AAA 3-Diamonds rating. Free WIFI and long distance calling
An elegant turn-of-the-century Colonial Revival mansion. Beautiful original woodwork and personally selected furnishings and decor. Nine guest suites, seven with private baths. The Brant House Inn is an oasis for tourists and business travelers alike.
One of New England's most historic stage coach Inns, a few miles from Norman Rockwell Museum and Stockbridge. The only Inn included in the Historic American Buildings Survey.
A gracious English-style country house in the heart of the Berkshires sits on 32 acres only 2 miles from Main Street, Stockbridge, home of the Norman Rockwell Museum. Ideally situated for exploring the rolling tapestry of the Berkshire Hills.
Chambery Inn has French-inspired design and nine exceptional rooms. This nineteenth-century parochial school turned country inn possesses a unique character, a truly distinctive landmark in the beautiful Berkshire Hills.
Built in 1830, this charming B&B once housed the Green River Post Office and is nestled against the meandering river that gave it its name. It is luxurious in comfort and sensuous in visual appeal.
Federal House Inn is an historic 1824 Federal Style home with gracious common areas and sunny guestrooms all with private baths and fireplaces. A mile from Stockbridge, minutes to Tanglewood, this elegant B&B is known for its warm hospitality.
Fairytale Queen Anne Victorian B&B where memories are made. Perfect for your dream getaway. Antique-filled guest rooms w/modern amenities, private baths; comfortable & elegant decor; delicious, heart healthy breakfasts. Ideal setting for intimate weddings
1897 in-town Lenox Gilded Age landmark home. An inn since 1937. After staying here, Traditional Home Magazine declared "enjoy Gilded Age glamour and relaxed elegance at one of the East Coast's premier getaway destinations" and "absolutely perfect."