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Recent Berkshires reviews

  • Unreal beauty!!!

    "This is an incredible place, the pics do not do it justice! Quiet woodland/lake location. The lake is clean and was very temperate-meaning not cold :). The cabin is comfy, clean and modern! We brought our two dogs and the four of us had a blast! Canoe, kayaks, floaty things for the lake, the peddle boat...all great! Thank you Adam! We will go again!!!"
    Guest: Barbara R. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 11, 2014
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  • Beauty in every direction

    "The centerpiece of this magnificent home is the wood burning fireplace which we enjoyed immensely while watching 8" of snow come down all around us. However, there are lots of other nice amenities in the compact space. We enjoyed the selection of board games, the record player, and perusing some of her books. Her attention to detail and utilization of space is really a model of how to live well. This secluded natural getaway was precisely what my wife and I were in search of on our anniversary weekend. We made trips to the Mass MoCA and the Norman Rockwell museums. We took in dinner from Baba Louie's in Great Barrington and did some grocery shopping at Guido's. Otis is really a charming area that is under 3 hours from NYC. KT was really great about everything as we arranged our stay. My only advice to other guests is bring a 4WD car if you have access. We rented an Altima to save a little and although it worked out fine we struggled a bit with the snow coated hilly roads. Luckily within 24 hours the plows had done a really good job. All in all a fantastic stay and we would certainly go back to recharge from city life."
    Guest: Jeff Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 26, 2014
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  • Perfect stay in lovely home

    "My husband and I, along with our Westie, Zipper, spent 5 wonderful weeks in this lovely home, coming from Georgia to celebrate our 25th anniversary. We were charmed by the many exquisite architectural features in this house; one has only to look closely at the pictures, which are an accurate representation. The kitchen and bathrooms are small by today's standards, but are true to size for a home almost 100 years old! The home was very well maintained, and I would guess it had been a beloved home of a happy family. A couple of things it may be helpful for a large group to know..... All 4 bedrooms are upstairs, and guests staying in the two with twin beds must pass through an adjacent bedroom to access the bathroom. It wasn't an issue for the two of us as we only used 1 of the bedrooms, but a large group of non-family members would want to be aware of this layout. A small claw foot bathtub was added to the half bathroom downstairs, making it a full bath, immediately prior to our arrival, and it was perfect for our needs. In fact, everything about this house was perfect! The owners were delightful to work with as well--responsive, kind, and considerate. There is a river on the property running parallel to the driveway, where we enjoyed coffee every morning. While the house is only about 5 minutes from downtown Great Barrington, the setting is so private that you feel as if you are in the country. The house isn't air-conditioned, and we were a little concerned that we might be trading the heat and humidity of a Georgia summer for one in Massachusetts, but that was a needless worry. Abutting a hillside, the house remained cool throughout our 5 weeks there -- even upstairs (and there are fans in every bedroom). Not only was the location perfect for its proximity to downtown GB, it was also ideal for short day trips to Connecticut (we especially enjoyed Kent), western New York, and the entire Berkshires area. GB itself, as well as 90 minutes in any direction, promises a variety of culturally rich offerings including concerts, plays, etc. And, you must visit the Berkshire Mountain Bakery in Housatonic (about 10 minutes from the house) for the amazing variety of breads and home-made pizzas. The "bread with dark chocolate" was worth every pound gained from our (MY) almost daily indulgence. And, if you're traveling with a dog, you'll want to visit Tina at Ben's Dotter Pet Store and Robin at Wash & Wag for grooming. A delightful stay all around!"
    Guest: Patricia R. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014
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  • Great Retreat

    "We had a great time at the house. Everything we needed was there. We enjoyed hanging outside on the porch and soaking in the hot tub after hiking. The living area is perfect for conversation, cards and games while warming up by the fire. The house is located perfectly to explore all the towns in the Berkshires."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 3, 2014
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Berkshires Travel Tips

Lodging in the Berkshires Will Give You One of the Best History Lessons

When planning your next visit to Massachusetts, schedule a stop in the Berkshires to experience some of the most unique shopping, landscapes and outdoor activity the entire family will enjoy. Discover new opportunities in your choice of lodging in the Berkshires, and you’ll look forward to another visit in the near future.

Lodging in the Berkshires Gives Access to Historical Footpaths

Rather than take a generic hike through the hills, plan on traveling down scenic trails in Williamstown near Williams College from your Berkshires rentals. Walking is the only way you may be able to travel to the summit of Mount Greylock where you'll capture a breathtaking view of the Hancock Shaker Village and Berkshires resorts located below.

Find Your Souvenir in Unique Shops near Berkshires Rentals

Other than mainstream shops for your every necessity you may need at your lodging in the Berkshires, there are several unique shopping experiences waiting for your discovery. Pay a visit to Where’d You Get That?!, a shop located in Williamstown for mementos found nowhere else. Venture to Stockbridge from Berkshires rentals in search of unique artistic pieces at Different Drummer’s Kitchen, JazzySadie’s Polish Pottery or Animal Crackers Unlimited. Of course, a stop at Persnickety Toys is in demand if the kids come along on your vacation to Berkshires resorts.

Learn about the Shaker Communities While Staying at Berkshires Resorts

At least one day away from your lodging in the Berkshires should be spent in the Hancock Shaker Village. You can drive there and enjoy coffee in the local café before ordering a breakfast made with Shaker recipes. Watch educational videos to learn about the Shakers, then tour the local artisan shops and watch several demonstrations while escaping from your Berkshires rentals. Take the kids to the Discovery Room and let them play dress-up with Shaker costumes, play Shaker games and even learn to use a loom or milk a cow druing your unforgettable stay at Berkshires resorts.

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