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Recent Williamstown reviews

  • country feel but on a main road

    "The property was more rustic lake cabin than i thought, but that was ok. The old flooring and exposed beams were quaint and really increased the "old farmhouse" look and feel. The bathrooms and kitchen were modern and that was important to me. The game room was fully taken advantage of by our party. The pond at your back door was great, not too many fish but it was the fun was in trying and we were successful a few times. The fire pit was nice and the little summer house with outdoor furniture was neat. We took advantage of the rowboat and got out on the lake several times. There is some resident wildlife that my whole family enjoyed seeing every morning. It was very close to bennington and could easily travel out to sightsee, eat and shop. It was a delightful vacation. The only things I have to complain about was the noise from the road (which the owner warned me about in advance), no garbage service (I traveled 15 hours and could not take it back with me!) and not enough fans ( it was hot a few times at night and only had 1 fan). It was a nice place to stay and would recommend."
    Guest: Rebecca T. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 10, 2016
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  • Girls weekend

    "This is our second year renting this awesome home. Plenty of room for 7 girls. This home is amazing. Lots of beds and plenty of room for meals together and fellowship. Love the large living room for playing games and watching friends DVDs. Owner is friendly and super responsive to any need that may arise. Thanks for a wonderful weekend."
    Guest: Danielle F. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 3, 2016
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  • Beautiful barn, great location close to Mt Greylock

    "This is a great, somewhat unusual, but for the most part fun and comfortable place. You really can't beat the atmosphere of this old renovated barn, and the babbling brook in the back as well as the campfire site gives it a rustic nature feel although it is otherwise not as secluded of a setting as I thought based on pictures and description (It's very close to other houses and cars visiting the owners property are essentially parked right in front of the main window, anyone who sleeps in that room will get woken up by their headlights) The location at the foot of Mt Greylock is great for hiking, and MassMoca, Tanglewood, and other fun outings are all within close proximity. Beds were comfortable and with one bedroom door that closed and the remainder of the beds in alcoves I did not think privacy was a major issue (my husband and I had various friends come stay with us while we were there), but it is important to realize that the only bathroom gets accessed through the only bedroom. I honestly can't imagine anyone wanting to sleep in either one of the 2 cabins in the state we found them in but perhaps if you are in more of a camping mindset the musky smells and dirt/dist is not an issue. The only major hiccup we encountered was a water heater that repeatedly went out, the caretaker came and showed us how to reset it but was not available for a more structural solution so we had to do that several times."
    Guest: Sandrijn v. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 22, 2016
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  • Convenience in the Berkshires

    "Situated just acros a very busy (and noisy) Rt. 7 from Williams College, this was an excellent location from which to base excursions to various cultural experiences in the Berkshires. The Wiliamstown Theatre Festival (based in the Willams College Theatre) was a five minute walk across the street, the Clark Art Institute a fifteen minute walk down Rt. 7, the Bennington VT Music Festival (chamber music) was a twenty minute drive and Tanglewood approximately forty-five minutes to an hour drive. The house itself was simple and adequate (a bit dusty and cob-webby when we arrived) with a large fenced-in back yard which was great for our dog, a fully equipped kitchen and generally comfortable living quarters. A couple of quibbles: many light bulbs were burned out upon our arrival (which we replaced from the house store room supply) and the one bed that could accommodate my 6'4" height was "cratered" from what appeared to be an unsupported bed frame. Otherwise, it served our needs well for the week."
    Guest: JJF Date of Stay: August 2015 Review Submitted: September 7, 2015
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