Shaded by ancient sugar maples and overlooking beautiful gardens, the Inn at Green River – now in its 30th year – is located in the Hudson River Valley, in the foothills of the Berkshire mountains of western Massachusetts. The inn is a perfect home base from which to enjoy a wide variety of cultural activities, including Tanglewood (the summer home of the Boston Symphony), Jacob’s Pillow, Shakespeare & Co., Barrington Stage Company, Berkshire Theater Group and museums and historic sites such as the Norman Rockwell Museum, Hancock Shaker Village, Mass MoCA, the Clarke Art Institute, Edith Wharton’s home, the Mount, Frederic Church’s home, Olana, Naumkeag, Clermont and much more.
This upscale Hudson Valley bed & breakfast offers seven romantic guest rooms, some with fireplaces, deep-soaking tubs, two-person showers or whirlpool tubs. New and return guests are always greeted with warm hospitality and scrumptious breakfasts. Bounded by two rivers, the Housatonic and the Hudson, the area is known for its magnificent countryside, with numerous parks, biking and hiking trails, lakes, and streams. Tour nearby vineyards, visit farm stands, pick apples in the many orchards in the fall, and at the end of the day, enjoy a fabulous dinner at one of many excellent farm to table restaurants which showcase local produce.
Deborah moved to Columbia County, NY in 1987 following a career in the textile business. Her art history, sales and marketing background were a good fit for her second career as an innkeeper. Celebrating 30 years operating the Inn at Green River in 2019, Deborah continues to enjoy meeting new guests, and welcoming back long time clients to the Inn.