At the top of Savoy Mountain--the highest residential elevation in Massachusetts--the cottage offers five tasteful rooms, including a screened brick patio and outdoor shower. Cathedral ceilings, step-down kitchen, full bath, bedroom, convertible living room, and 19 mullion windows make the cozy cottage feel spacious. Knotty pine doors and built-ins are custom-made and finished with forged hardware. Antique lovers will appreciate countertops of 400-million-year-old Ashfield Stone.
The cottage enjoys 360° forest and mountain views, comes fully equipped and furnished, includes dishwasher and laundry, and sleeps four. Hiking and backcountry skiing at your door. Abuts 11,000-acre Savoy Mountain State Forest. Nearby are groomed trails at Notchview X-C Ski Area, and ski and bike rentals. Available year-round. Skiing through April.
Located eight miles from MASS MoCA in North Adams--the largest American museum of contemporary art--and twelve miles from the Clark Art Museum in Williamstown. The Berkshires also offer a wide array of year-round restaurants, theaters, and grocery stores. There's a saying here: 'Nature sets the stage. Culture steals the show.' Enjoy it all from a great 'summit lodge' that visitors have called 'a perfect retreat' and 'a little piece of heaven'!
A NOTE ABOUT RATES: The $167 average per night rate shown at the top of this listing is an error by VRBO that apparently can't be corrected. The average rate is actually $125 per night--an average of $107 per night off-season and $143 per night in-season.
But these are the per-night rates for a WEEKLY rental only, since the per-night rate charged for a week is reduced beginning with the third night and further still every night thereafter.
As the "Rates" section below indicates, the per-night rate for only the MINIMUM TWO-NIGHT stay, off-season, is $175 ($350 total) and in-season is $225 ($450 total).
For more information, please see the Cottage's own site at savoymtcot.com, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or view the "Happy in the Berkshires" YouTube video, below. Thanks!