Bed and Breakfast Lee MA

There’s an old business adage that goes something like, “Success leaves clues.” When it comes to selecting outstanding bed and breakfasts in Lee, Massachusetts, evidence indicates you have chosen wisely.  After all, this cozy town with a population of approximately six thousand is located in the Berkshires Resort Area.

Bed and Breakfast Lee MA

Nestled in the beautiful Berkshires in the quaint town of Lee, Massachusetts, The Devonfield offers comfortable and spacious accommodations with gourmet candle-lit breakfast in this gracious country inn. This four-season paradise provides year round activities including, a heated swimming pool and acres of pastoral meadows perfect for relaxing. The Devonfield is conveniently located to all area attractions, including Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, and the Norman Rockwell Museum as well as a wonderful variety of fine restaurants, boutiques, antique shops, galleries and the Lee Premium Outlets. Come relax in style and luxury in this traditionally furnished country inn boasting six tastefully decorated guest rooms, four two- room suites and a separate guest cottage all featuring private baths, air conditioning and televisions - as well as rooms that include wood-burning fireplaces and Jacuzzi whirlpool tubs.

The Chambery Inn Bed and Breakfast, located in Lee, Massachusetts is an old French design parochial school turned Bed and Breakfast that provides a one of a kind atmosphere to the lovely Berkshire horizon.

Situated on six park-like acres of land in Lee, Massachusetts is the luxurious Applegate Inn. You’ll enjoy our guestrooms, suites and two bedroom cottage filled with elegant furnishings décor for a comfortable stay in the Berkshires. Surrounded by an abundance of outdoor and historic attractions this Select Registry property is conveniently located for local exploration of nearby attractions like Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, the Normal Rockwell Museum and so much more!

The Federal House Inn Bed & Breakfast of South Lee, Massachusetts is ideally located in the beautiful Berkshires of Western Massachusetts at the base of Beartown Mountain State Forest. Visit our website & you will choose us!

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Welcome to the Seven Hills Inn, a Gilded Age Mansion in the heart of the Berkshires, in Lenox, Massachusetts. Our home sits on 27 lush acres of rolling hills and magnificent gardens. We offer a variety of accommodations in 3 buildings on the property - the Manor House, the Carriage House, and the Terrace Country Motel. We have an outdoor pool and often host weddings & events. Local attractions include Shakespeare & Company, Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, and the Norman Rockwell Museum.

Gilded Age glamour and elegance await at one of the East Coast's premier getaway destinations." Our Lenox, MA bed and breakfast is ideally situated in the heart of the Berkshires, and within walking distance from world-class dining & shopping. Delicately balancing the style and grandeur of the past with the modern conveniences travelers expect today, you’ll enjoy beautifully detailed public rooms with sconces, fireplaces, elaborate moldings, and a breathtaking three-story suspended stair. Rooms are updated with Wi-Fi, A/C and flat screen TV's and feature period antiques and vintage fabrics. 12 of our beautifully appointed rooms offer cozy fireplaces and 10 feature spa tubs. Relax by our outdoor heated pool (open Memorial Day through Labor Day), indulge in our all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet every morning, or enjoy a glass of wine at our BYOB antique bar. An experience awaits at one of the “Top 25 Small Hotels in the US” (TripAdvisor 2019).

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There is poetry here! Brook Farm Inn Bed & Breakfast is a delightfully romantic Victorian inn, in the heart of the Berkshires. Located a short walk from Lenox center, Brook Farm Inn provides an excellent home base for enjoying all the cultural and outdoor offerings of the Berkshires.

Award winning inn located in downtown Lenox, MA the heart of the Berkshires. Featuring our own sophisticated bar, classical lounge with live music on weekends, as well as a farm to fork restaurant serving delicious crafted meals.

Make memories to last a lifetime here in our lovingly restored Queen Anne Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn. Twenty individually decorated rooms with antiques and uniques to bring back the feeling of a simpler time where life moved slower with a mindful eye on the fact that our guests live in the present day so we have modern amenities such as free WiFi, hair dryers, luxurious robes and linens, private label amenities. Each room has its own en-suite private bathroom. Awaken each morning to the aromas of coffee brewing in the kitchen and start your day with one of our delicious, yet healthy breakfasts served in the dining room. Our breakfast always includes the chef’s choice of hot entree alternating daily between a sweet dish (e.g. baked oatmeal, blintz souffle, french toast strata) and a savory one (e.g. quiche, frittata, strata) and is accompanied by a fruit dish, cereals (hot & cold), yogurts, hard boiled eggs and breads. In the afternoons refreshments are available to enjoy in the parlor, front porch or your room. Whatever the reason, in every season we are here to pamper you and provide you with a well deserved escape from the ordinary. Call us today at 413.637.9750 to reserve the room of your choice. We look forward to welcoming you to The Rookwood Family!

Come join us during any of our four beautiful seasons and share warmth, friendliness and gracious hospitality.

The Summer White House Bed & Breakfast is just a mile from Tanglewood, in the very heart of historic Lenox, MA. With many of the Berkshire's finest restaurants and specialty shops within walking distance from our property, and with the Norman Rockwell Museum and The Berkshire Theatre Festival within close proximity, your visit to the Berkshires will be comfortable and complete!

Just steps from historic Lenox Village and walking distance to Tanglewood, the Garden Gables Inn is top-rated on TripAdvisor. We are recognized for the personalized service we provide for each of our guests. If you are looking for a place to get away from the busyness of life, where you can relax in a traditionally-decorated, country inn setting, the Garden Gables Inn may be just the place for you. Delicious food is key to a great experience. We serve a freshly made-to-order, five-star hotel-quality, full breakfast menu each morning throughout the year – included with your stay, and prepared by professionally-trained chefs. We offer private seating and full waitstaff service in our dining room, wraparound porch and outdoor patio. For a private, romantic, candlelit dinner at the Inn - or, a special, private dinner with family or friends - book our Private Chef's Table (offered on selected days, year-round, call us to check availability). Our professional culinary team will develop a custom menu with you - a level of service increasingly difficult to find in today's world. What's more, our Historic Lenox Village setting has many excellent restaurants within a five-minute walk, and a wide range of local restaurants within a five-to-fifteen minute drive. Pamper yourself with a massage, facial or other esthetic services, delivered by licensed experts in our dedicated spa rooms. More active pursuits also beckon–our 70-foot heated pool for starters - hike in Kennedy Park, stroll to Lenox Village for the galleries, shops and restaurants. We also own nearby Hilltop Orchards and Furnace Brook Winery–a short drive away, in the historic Berkshires farmland - where we are preserving 200 acres of open spaces and where you can hike and snowshoe, pick apples and taste wine - all complimentary for Garden Gables Inn guests.* And, the Berkshires region offers an incredible array of cultural, culinary and natural locations to delight you year-round. Our Inn is decorated throughout in an updated - yet traditional - English/American country house style, professionally maintained to provide for today's needs. Guest rooms all have private baths, AC, spa robes, designer linens, L’Occitane bath products, HD LED TVs with DVD players (and our DVD guest library with the latest releases). Internet service is available throughout, for no additional charge. Many rooms feature wood-burning fireplaces* - there are no additional charges to use them at the Garden Gables. No hidden or unexpected facility fees - enjoy our pool and grounds, the library and sherry room, and complimentary snacks and beverages - all included. Relax and let our full-service staff take care of what you need to make your stay with us healthful and refreshing.

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Whistler’s Inn - featured on The Travel Channel, is a 1820 English Tudor manor house that overlooks the beautiful Berkshires Mountains of Massachusetts, a charming country inn on 7 acres of gardens, lawns and woodlands that captures the warmth, elegance and romance of a by-gone era. Only a short walk to town or to old Indian trails, guests will find a large variety of country shops, galleries and restaurants affording quiet, personal, unaffected service and charm.

A beautiful Lenox inn located in the heart of historic Lenox village, the Cornell Inn Bed & Breakfast is just up the road from Tanglewood. A three-guesthouse Inn, our buildings date back to 1777.

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Lee, MA

If that’s not a tip-off to the exceptional experience you can count  on, well, then, you’ll just have to go check it out for yourself!

With scenic mountain vistas, a state forest to explore, and a host of wineries nearby, Lee and the surrounding region boast an embarrassment of B&B riches. Neighboring towns that comprise this resort area, such as Lenox, Stockbridge, and Great Barrington, offer similar quality lodging options. An added attraction you won’t find in too many small towns is Tanglewood, the Boston Symphony Orchestra's summer home since 1937.

Mountain resorts are known for their variety of attractive locations, and the Berkshires are no different. Plan your family reunion, a romantic weekend for two, or a girls’ getaway.  Need some time and space for yourself? A quiet retreat beside a lake  may be the perfect destination to regain your balance. First-rate  sanctuaries scattered across the Berkshires and beyond are at your beck and call.

    Things to Do

  • Even in a small state like Massachusetts, there is a great deal of diversity when looking for fun, educational, and cultural things to do. Lee’s  location in Berkshire’s gently rolling mountains offers an excellent  centralized location to canvass the state's western part.

    The Norman Rockwell Museum, located south of West Stockbridge,  is home to the famous painter’s most extensive collection. Featured for  years on the cover of Saturday Evening Post magazine, even the young  ones will relish the artist’s rich detail and bold colors evoking  several different emotions in the same scene.

    Pittsfield is the largest city in Berkshire County and home to the Berkshire Museum. It also provides a small municipal airfield that’s an option for those looking to save driving time. The Berkshire Hills Country Club is a semi-private club and is billed as the Berkshires premier wedding venue.

    Jacob’s Pillow Dance was founded in 1931 to inspire men to pursue dance as an honorable  career. Home to exhilarating dance events as well as hosting lectures  and classes, all ages will find fun and culture here.

  • History

  • The bed and breakfast inns of Lee, Massachusetts,  connect deeply with some of America’s earliest history. The first  B&Bs were simple hotels, public houses, or perhaps nothing more than  a glorified barn. These inns formed the initial network of waystations  and stopovers travelers depended on as they made their way across the  country.

    Of course, the original structures of  most of them have long since vanished. Some B&Bs, however, have  retained a wall here, a broken piece of foundation there, or a frame of  windows whose glass may have glimpsed Revolutionary War soldiers. Seen as portals to the past, great care has been taken to  protect these relics from the ravages of time and several renovations.

    The  town was initially named Dodgetown after its founding settler Asahel  Dodge emigrated from Cape Cod in 1760. Upon being incorporated in 1777,  it was renamed after Revolutionary War General Charles Lee.

    Principal  industries in the early years were agriculture, lumbering, and lime  making. The number of rivers and streams and the abundance of timber led  to the first paper mill being built in the early 1800s. The paper  industry peaked in 1870 as the town became the largest paper producer in  the country.

    High-quality marble was discovered in the mid-1800s. Lee’s  mines produced marble that is still on display in famous buildings such  as the Capitol in Washington, DC, hundreds of sculptures adorning  Philadelphia City Hall, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. Lee’s prosperity is still evident in the town’s architecture, and its historic district is listed on the National Registry. Lee is considered the gateway to the Berkshires and is known for its tourist destinations with classic New England charm.

  • Activities

  • Let’s see, mountains, rivers, lakes, and streams. What is there not to do? Not only do the Berkshires rank in scenic beauty, but they play host to all manner of outdoor  sports and activities. Hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, and biking are at the top of the list during the short summer months.

    Whitewater rafting is an excellent adventure for the whole family. Check out Crab Apple Whitewater and make a run down the Deerfield River. Housatonic Heritage Area is an excellent way to learn more about the history and culture of the  area. Take a spin on a bike or a guided walk that will provide an  absorbing education about how to help preserve the local resources for  future generations.

    Berkshire Fishing Club is located on a pristine 125-acre private lake where you can fish  undisturbed by large boats or jet skis. No houses and plenty of calm  water mean you’re bound to reel ‘em in. Ramblewild will be a hit with the adrenaline junkies as zip lines, rope bridges,  and suspended walkways guide you through the canopies of a Berkshire  forest.

    Winter enthusiasts will find no shortage of opportunities  for skiing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. Perhaps  even some ice fishing if you have a portable heater and an insulated  set of overalls!

  • Natural Features

  • For those who prefer a quiet visit or time and space to relax, hike,  wander, or find a secluded place to read, there are ample locations to  dial down and rebalance in the Lee area.

    The  many lakes and rivers are vestiges left over from the last glacial age  approximately 12,000 years ago when underlying rock strata were scraped,  twisted, and buckled by the pressure of sometimes miles-thick ice  sheets above.

    With eons of time and the forces  of erosion rounding off the uplifted, fractured rock, mountain tops,  hills, valleys, river bottoms, and gorges provide endless trails with  pastoral settings perfect for quiet hikes while reconnecting with  nature.

    Monument Mountain in Great Barrington is one of the most sought-after natural features in the state. Squaw Peak affords probably the best view of the southern Berkshires. The views  from this promontory can be breathtaking during the fall; however, plan  your visit carefully to avoid the like-minded crowds.

    Walden Pond is known for its name-sake film from 1981 starring Katherine Hepburn  and Henry Fonda. Certainly on the list of things to do, but it’s cool  because it’s natural and inspired a great story.

  • Weather

  • The climate across western Massachusetts varies between hot and humid in the summer months to very cold and snowy over the long winters. The Berkshire Mountains experience abundant precipitation resulting from moisture drawn from New England's humid interior parts and even Lake Ontario well to the west.

    This  bodes well for skating enthusiasts who take advantage of the  innumerable lakes and ponds that freeze over as well as the ski resorts  and snowy trails for cross country skiers. Weather systems that roil up  the coast from the mid-Atlantic region often mix with cooler air from  Canada producing ferocious storms, heavy rain, and snow.

    All things considered, the weather in Massachusetts can play havoc with the best-laid plans for a vacation. But allowing  for the weather’s foibles, there is endless fun to be had, whether  romping down a forested path or shushing a winter trail in the  highlands.

    Highs typically range from the 70s to low 80s F during  the summer months providing for pleasant days on the water, hiking, and  camping. But keep an eye out for the afternoon thunderstorms that can be  on you in a flash! Winter lows can be brutally cold, especially with  wind chill factored in. Temperatures in the single digits and even  sub-zero are not uncommon during the long winter months.

  • Food and Drink

  • While Boston’s baked beans and Cape Cod’s clam chowder tend to dominate the culinary conversation in the eastern segment of  the state, folks in the western parts have a bit different take on  offerings. Don’t misunderstand, beans and chowder are not outlawed in the Berkshires - far from it.

    From  the Northern Berkshires, where fine art and fine food are equally  abundant, to the gastropubs, microbreweries, and farm-fresh markets in  South County, you’ll discover new recipes and tantalizing creations  wherever you choose to dine. Grass-fed burgers to upscale American to  Mediterranean, your B&B experience will only be enhanced by awesome  options as you tuck into your rich repast.

Bed and Breakfast Lee MA FAQ

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  • How can I get around Lee, MA?

    Boston’s Logan International Airport, and New York’s JFK and  LaGuardia are options for arrival by air but are 2-3 hours away by car  from Lee. For regional air service closer to the Berkshires area, consider airports at Springfield, MA, Albany, NY, or Hartford, CT.

    Once  on the ground, choosing a rental car is a quick and seamless exercise.  Equally as important, though, is how to get around once you’ve arrived  at your destination. A rental car is the conventional way to go.  Otherwise, Uber, Lyft, and the standard taxi will suffice for timely  transportation and eliminates the chore of finding parking while you  take in the scenery.

    Looking for a trail to  ride or hike? Check with your B&B host - they may provide mountain  bikes to handle any terrain. But short of that, you can always rent a  bike for the length of your stay.

    And of course, there’s always  the time-honored method, finding places you want to see within walking  distance. Those wishing to stretch their legs while on vacation will  find no shortage of hikes, trails, and city blocks to traverse on foot.  Not a bad idea after one of the sumptuous B&B breakfasts your host  has stuffed you with!

  • Why Stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Lee, MA?

    In a word, nostalgia. What better way to immerse yourself in the  history of our nation’s early days amidst beautiful mountain scenery  than a stay in a historic inn that actually might have been around at  that time?

    Another consideration for a B&B  stay is service. While there are countless hotels that cater to every  whim and fancy, the B&B is much more intimate. Because you’re  actually sharing space with the innkeepers in a family-friendly atmosphere, you’ll experience a higher degree of that personal touch  often missing during a hotel stay. And that service often starts right  at check-in.

    You  also have the pleasure of experiencing their taste in everything from  charming interior design, to art and furniture heirlooms in the guest rooms,  to their style of meal preparation. Many visitors rate their stay  heavily on host-friendliness and with good reason. A relationship  develops very quickly between hosts and guests, and the host’s passion  for their calling is evident in the way they care for their guests.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Lee, MA bed and Breakfast?

    After a hard day of sightseeing, the peak highlight of any visit is returning to your sanctuary for a tension-melting private bath or whirlpool. Then slip between high-quality linens for an exquisite night's slumber to rejuvenate for the next day.

    Missed some emails (oh snap)? Maybe the latest happenings on the sports fields? Not to worry, free wifi has you covered. And unless you’re in the middle of a tech detox,  there’s most likely a widescreen tucked away somewhere that will provide  the needed fix.

    By definition, the B&B  culinary feature is what makes or breaks a guest’s visit. As noted  earlier, many guests rate their stay on the friendliness and hospitality  of their host. The next most important feature for many guests is that  all-important delicious breakfast served in the dining room or the privacy of your own room.

    And  it stands to reason that, because the chef and staff have only one meal  to concentrate on, all their focus goes into breakfast. That’s one of  the attractions to the B&B experience – customized service with a  smile. Many innkeepers delight in pleasing their guests because, well, that’s their passion.

  • What are the different types of B&Bs in Lee, MA?

    With so many high-quality Massachusetts bed and breakfast experiences to choose from, where to start? There are several recommended bnbfinder Diamond Collection properties stretching across the Berkshires region.

    The upscale Devonfield Inn is an exquisite country inn located in the heart of the Berkshires on 32 beautiful acres and close to the Tanglewood. For quick access to Massachusetts’ largest state forest and hiking and biking trails, Chambery Inn on Main Street in Lee is the perfect choice.

    Applegate Inn, just a half-mile from downtown Lee is surrounded by six plush acres. Their candlelight breakfasts will have you extending your stay, no doubt! For a private guest house and other unique lodging options, check out Red Lion Inn in nearby Stockbridge. Your host's warm welcome will make up for the indifferent reception you get from Norman (Oh puh-leez!), the feline concierge.

    Fancy a peaceful retreat by lakeside? Lakehouse Inn, a boutique hotel set on beautiful Laurel Lake, enchants while still being close to Tanglewood and Jacob’s Pillow. Sounds like a perfect combination. Built in 1824 and centrally located near Stockbridge, the Federal House Inn has been beautifully restored and ready for another 200 years.