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At 1896 House Luxury Inn, each suite is specifically designed and furnished to capture a "period" personality. Suites range from an "Early American Suite" (emulating the time period from 1600-1775) to the more modern Country Formal Suite (years 1850-today). You'll love this truly unique lodging experience!... more
Tour Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum, complete with Victorian Teas, “Picnics on the Porch,” and more! This magnificent Berkshires “Cottage” has undergone substantial restoration and has a fascinating history, beginning with a connection to the Civil War hero who led the first African-American regiment of the Union Army.... more
Originally built in 1771, the The Village Inn has been offering warm hospitality to travelers ever since. The colonial flavor still exits and is kept intact through the bed and breakfast's furnishings. Plus the area itself is rich with history too! Check out one of the many area museums to discover the rich local flavor for yourself!... more
Travel the rails from Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum and catch a scenic rides aboard a mobile museum in a vintage 1920s car pulled behind a diesel engine run by an overalls-clad engineer! The Norman Rockwell Museum also gives you a peek into an older era.... more
Built in 1897, the Hampton Terrace Bed & Breakfast Inn has been owned by some of America's wealthiest families including marble dealer John Struthers. The inn became one of the first Berkshire cottages to host guests. It has been recognized by the Michelin Guide as one of the elite Berkshire inns.... more
Since it's beginning in 1780, The Garden Gables Inn has gone through numerous changes and alteration to make it into the beautiful B&B it is today! Along the way there have been many notable guests from Charles Lindbergh and Betsey Johnson to Jackie Joyner-Kersee and John F. Kennedy, Jr. Reserve your piece of history today! ... more
This historic NE bed & breakfast dates back to 1777, when the MacDonald House was built for Henry MacDonald, a civil war soldier. The Carriage House was built in 1889 and housed a speakeasy during Prohibition. Now, through layers of time, The Cornell in Lenox has become a charming vacation paradise!... more