- Great Barrington
- Jiminy Peak, Hancock
- Mill River
- New Marlborough
- North Adams
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent Berkshires reviews
"We had a wonderful long weekend in your beautiful cabin. We were so pleased to find a place that felt cozy as home with a warm ambiance, nice furniture and a huge picture window of the meadow and mountains. Although the cabin is not large overall, the living room, screened porch and kitchen are roomy and generous. The kitchen is well appointed. It was such a nice setting that we decided to stay home for dinner instead of going out; cooked some fantastic steaks on the grill. (The meat market at Guido's.) I will also remember the breakfasts on the porch, lazy and tranquil. Thanks so much Jonathan for sharing this treasure!"Guest: Kathleen and Rob Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 26, 2014View listing
"Everything was perfect about this home: our family (ages 8 months to 94 yrs.) enjoyed all the activity spaces indoors and out, the well-stocked kitchen, the wonderful yard and sitting areas, and the convenience to the Stockbridge Lake (including the use of a canoe and kayak). Owner Hillary was extraordinarily helpful and patient in quickly responding to all our little planning questions. We would all highly recommend this home to anyone who would like to spend a relaxing week in a spacious, super-homey setting. While there, we enjoyed biking on the Ashuwillticook rail trail in Lanesborough, dining at the Bascom Lodge on Mt. Greylock, seeing a play at Shakespeare & Co., visiting the Norman Rockwell Museum and Naumkeag Mansion and Edith Wharton's summer home at The Mount, and eating out at Chez Nous and Sullivan Station in Lee, along with the Red Iron Inn in Stockbridge. And we only scratched the surface of things to do in this area. Would love to return!"Guest: Carol Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 13, 2014View listing
"My wife and I contacted Ron late on a Friday afternoon hoping to book a last-minute getaway. He replied immediately and was able to accommodate us for an arrival in only a matter of hours. What is even more impressive is that he had the kitchen stocked with delicious local food for us, too! We only stayed for one night, but wish we could have stayed longer as it's a beautiful, serene spot. Finally, we forgot some valuable belongings in the house and Ron Fedex'd them back to us immediately. Amazing, gracious host. Thank you!"Guest: paley d. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 17, 2014View listing
"My friends and I had an absolutely wonderful stay at Elaine's farmhouse in the Berkshires. Elaine is a kind, helpful, and generous host, and all correspondences with her were clear and helpful. The home itself is cozy and well-stocked. We had everything we needed, and we felt so comfortable and relaxed there. The property itself is beautiful and calming- such a refuge! Even in off season, Elaine directed us to many wonderful things to do. Art Museums, galleries , not to mention Elaine's own Pottery showroom right next door, fantastic theatre, and a lovely walk along the river- right out the door, with lots of beaver activity!!! And there was still lettuce growing in the garden , which we were invited to pick! I would recommend this home to anyone traveling through the Berkshires- even if you are a larger group. Two enthusiastic thumbs up!"Guest: Riki Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 21, 2014View listing
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.