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Lenox Bed and Breakfast

Lenox, Massachusetts is a town of versatile attractions. Whether you’re looking for a summer getaway or a winter ski destination, a locus of arts and culture or a home base for outdoor adventures, Lenox can offer the activities and climate for an enjoyable trip.

Lenox Bed and Breakfast

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.

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.

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!

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!

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

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.

Welcome to The NEW" Kemble Inn! In June 2010

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).

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.

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.

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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.

This Lenox bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Massachusetts. Enjoy a delicious breakfast, and free wifi, and free parking.Our bnb in Lenox 135 steps to Tanglewood's main gate and near Kripalu Center and 1.5 miles walk to town. Four ski resorts around us. Many hiking trails, many culture venues, delicious restaurants, museums, and more.

Welcome to Stoneover Farm; a fully appointed luxury Bed & Breakfast located on 10 acres in Lenox just a short walk from Tanglewood, MA. Walking or running on Under Mountain Road is a local pastime, and there are many nearby biking and hiking trails, and Pleasant Valley.

The Apple Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast in Lenox, MA perches on a twenty-two acre hilltop estate in the Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts. The main house dates from 1885 and has had several additions over the years.

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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.

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.

Welcome to the Inn at Stockbridg, a Bed and Breakfast in Stockbridge, MA. Enjoy peaceful charm & elegance on twelve acres in the heart of the Berkshires. Every season is stamped with its own beauty and charm!

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 Shaker Mill Inn is a unique family and pet friendly Inn that can be a comfortable and safe alternative in these days of Covid-19. Each room has a private entrance. There is a self-check-in/check-out process. There are no common eating or gathering areas, and we use cleaning and food handling techniques recommended by the Health Department. Each room is equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette so that you can enjoy your breakfast in your room or on your patio. The rooms and grounds are spacious, which will make for a relaxing visit to the Berkshires. Conveniently located in the central Berkshires near Lenox, Lee, and Stockbridge, The Shaker Mill Inn offers cozy bed & breakfast rooms with king and queen beds, private baths and rooms with a private deck or balcony. Business travelers will find convenience in our Greylock Suite that includes a large living room for gatherings or entertaining clients and a secure Wi-Fi. For summer lodging, Shaker Mill Inn is 10 minutes from the Tanglewood Main Gate. We are committed to running a virus free B&B, with the health and safety of our guests our main concern. We hope you consider us the next time you want to get away.

This Stockbridge, MA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Massachusetts. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next getaway in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

We welcome you to the Taggart House, located in Stockbridge, MA in the heart of the Berkshires and close to all that the area has to offer.

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!

The Stockbridge Country Inn nestled in Stockbridge, CT is a Federal country house dating to 1856, and is perched on four beautiful acres of lush landscape with lovely gardens surrounding an in-ground pool. A period carriage barn completes this lovely and quaint Massachusetts bed and breakfast in the Berkshires. Luxury Guest Suites abound with fine antiques and attention to detail surround, Private Bath en Suite, Canopy bedsteads and full custom bath amenities. Start your Berkshire day the only way, by enjoying a full-service gourmet country-style breakfast made to order and served each morning.

We invite you to visit our exceptional turn-of-the-century Dutch Colonial inn located at the heart of the beautiful Berkshire Hills, in Great Barrington, MA. Our family run inn offers exceptional service, fine food, and always a cozy, welcoming atmosphere. What a wonderful

Welcome to the sweet spot where the Hudson Valley meet the beautiful Berkshire foothills.

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.

This Barrington, MA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Massachusetts. Enjoy a complimentary breakfast, and Complimentary Wi-Fi, and Smart TVs. Our bnb in Barrington provides Complimentary snack bar with croissants, muffins, fruit, coffee, and tea without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape in Barrington, Massachusetts.

This Great Barrington, MA bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in Massachusetts. Enjoy home-cooked breakfast in our sun-filled dining room and enjoy the hospitality of a true New England Country Inn. Our bnb in Great Barrington provides rooms with private baths, air conditioning and wifi without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing escape in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

Discover a charming and comfy historic bed and breakfast with private cottage on over 10 acres in beautiful Great Barrington, the Gateway to the Berkshires. Choose from one of 13 thoughtfully appointed guest rooms, awaken each morning to a hearty homemade breakfast served in our dining room or screened in porch. Cozy up by one of our crackling fireplaces in the cooler months, indulge in one of our fresh baked treats in the afternoon, relax on the inviting front porch, or wander through our woods to enjoy spectacular fall foliage. Conveniently located a few minutes from lively downtown Great Barrington and a short drive to world class theatre, music, art, dining and recreation in the Massachusetts Berkshires!

Explore Bed and Breakfasts in Lenox

Lenox is a small, quaint town, so skip the hotel chains to immerse yourself in countryside relaxation. Bed and breakfasts in Lenox offer a relaxing option for exploring the Berkshires’ rustic charm.

Bed and breakfasts in Lenox are situated in historic homes and boutique cottages alike. They offer close proximity to the town’s attractions--including the Tanglewood concert venue, where you can catch a concert from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and the Pleasant Valley Sanctuary, where you can spend hours hiking through woodland trails and cool lake paths. If you’re hoping to immerse yourself in history through trips to Edith Wharton’s estate, or marvel at the Berkshire cottage buildings from the nineteenth century, Lenox bed and breakfasts are great options. Run by friendly innkeepers, they are equipped with a range of amenities for guests. Enjoy a home-cooked meal in a cottage on a sprawling farm property before venturing out to explore Lenox, the Berkshires, and the natural beauty of New England.

    Things to do

  • Lenox is home to The Mount, the Berkshire estate home of the celebrated twentieth-century author Edith Wharton. A National Historic Landmark and cultural center, the Mount celebrates Wharton’s intellectual, artistic, and humanitarian legacy through public programs. The beautifully preserved home combines a traditional historic house museum format with a diverse and vibrant lineup of cultural activities--and the beautifully maintained grounds are open for visitors to stroll through.

    Visitors to Lenox can find more historic homes throughout the city. Ventfort Hall and Mansion, for example, is a historic mansion decorated in Jacobean style, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places due to its significant architecture and history. Don’t forget to check out the Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum, a railroad museum that features historical exhibits. The Scenic Railway Museum also hosts a one-hour round-trip scenic train ride that takes visitors on a winding and relaxing ride through the Berkshires’ natural beauty.

    Outdoor adventurers will love the October Mountain State Forest--a 16,460-acre forest and recreational preserve that spans the towns of Lenox, Washington, Becket, and Lee. The largest state forest in Massachusetts, October Mountain holds miles of hiking trails and incredible lake views.

    Ski enthusiasts will also find much to do in Lenox. In addition to the nearby Ski Butternut, skiers should also check out the Bousquet Ski Area, a 200-acre ski area in the nearby Berkshire summit of Yokun Ridge. It features a vertical drop of 750 feet as well as twenty-four trails and a terrain park.

  • History

  • The area of Lenox was long inhabited by native Americans including Mahicans, Algonquian-speaking peoples who lived along the Housatonic and Hudson Rivers. In the early eighteenth century, the French and Indian Wars ravaged the area, and European colonization did not occur until 1750, when Jonathan and Sarah Hinsdale moved from Connecticut and opened a small inn and general store. Samuel Brown, Jr., bought the land that is now Lenox from the Mahican chief; it was founded as the settlement of Richmond in 1765. Due to a property dispute and a spelling error, by 1767 the town of Lenox (named after the duke Charles Lennox) had been sectioned off and established in its current location.

    The colonial economy of Lenox relied on farming, sawmillings, textiles, glassworks, and quarrying; by the late 18th century, iron mining was increasingly important. In the early 19th century, Lenox gained a reputation as an art colony, as authors such as Catharine Sedwick and Nathaniel Hawthorne were attracted by the region’s natural beauty. The later nineteenth century saw the construction of sprawling estate homes; from 1880 to 1920, the “Berkshire Cottage era” transformed the town into a Gilded Age resort, akin to Newport in Rhode Island and Bar Harbor in Maine. Annual social events like the Tub Parade--where richly decorated carriages were moved to Main Street--helped establish the town’s reputation.

    The estate era ended in the early 20th century, due to the Depression and the creation of the federal income tax; some were turned into seminaries and prep schools. Many historic homes remain standing in the region. In the twentieth century, Lenox has gained popularity as an arts destination; it is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the home of Shakespeare & Company.

  • Activities

  • The Tanglewood outdoor performance venue is one of the area’s most popular attractions. Located between the towns of Lenox and Stockbridge--and surrounded by the gorgeous Berkshire Hills--Tanglewood is a sweeping outdoor area with a concert stage where various groups perform throughout the year. Most famously, Tanglewood is the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Since 1937, families and couples alike have flocked to Tanglewood to listen to the BSO perform classical music in the warmth of summer breezes.

    Lenox is located just a short distance from Stockbridge, a similarly sized town nestled into the Berkshires. Stockbridge is home to the Norman Rockwell Museum, where visitors can view the popular artist’s work and a recreation of his studio. Also in Stockbridge are the Naumkeag Estate, an 1886 mansion surrounded by gardens, and Chesterwood--the former home of Daniel Chester French, who sculpted the Lincoln Memorial. Chesterwood features rotating outdoor sculpture exhibitions. For plant enthusiasts, the Berkshire Botanical Garden is also situated in Stockbridge. Great Barrington, another nearby town, is a perfect location for skiing and summer relaxation alike. The small town--population just over 7,000--is both a summer resort and the home of skiing venue Ski Butternut. It encompasses the quaint villages of Housatonic and Van Deusenville.

    In between these activities, visitors can take drives through the expansive countrysides of Western Massachusetts. At the Stonover Farm bed and breakfast, for instance, a typical day might include exploring the Inn’s 10 acres in between trips to Tanglewood (2 miles away) and the Norman Rockwell Museum (6 miles away).

  • atural Features

  • Lenox is situated in the Berkshire Mountains, a rolling range that covers sections of western Massachusetts. The county has a total area of roughly 1,000 square miles, of which 20 square miles are water. The entire county features mountainous terrain, and the highest natural point in the county--and in the state of Massachusetts--is Mount Greylock, which summits at 3,492 feet.

    Berkshire County borders three states: Vermont, New York, and Connecticut. The Hoosac Range of the Berkshire Hills runs north to south through the area, and the Taconic Mountains range through the western part of the county.

    The town is roughly 22 square miles large, bordered by the similarly quaint Berkshire towns of Pittsfield, Washington, Lee, Stockbridge, and Richmond.  The highest nearby peak is Yokun Seat, with an elevation of 2, 146 feet. To the town’s east, October Mountain stretches above the Housatonic River, which flows through the eastern side of Lenox and is interrupted by a dam, forming Woods Pond. In addition to the mountainous natural features, marshy brooks are also prevalent throughout Lenox; their water feeds into the Housatonic. A wildlife sanctuary, Pleasant Valley, sits south of Yokun Seat near Lenox.

  • Weather

  • Western Massachusetts experiences a “humid continental” climate, with warm summers and cold winters with heavy snowfall. This combination makes Lenox a popular destination as both a summer resort and a ski destination. Summer rainstorms are also common, and occasional Nor’easters can be expected in the winter.

    The elevation of the Berkshires helps lend the area a pleasant summer climate. Because there is less humidity in the elevated county, it regularly receives summer visitors from the eastern lowlands of Massachusetts.

  • Food and Drink

  • Lenox features restaurants and bars serving up a range of different cuisines.

    For casual dining options, visit Arizona Pizza Co.; its menu includes pizzas, quick bites, and a full drink menu, plus daily specials, which makes it a family-friendly dining destination. Bagel & Brew serves a unique combination of bagels and drinks, with a wide selection of microbrew, tap, and bottle/can options. Bagel & Brew hosts a beer garden in the summer months--a popular performance spot for local musicians. The Old Heritage Tavern is a classic staple of the Lenox dining scene, serving American dishes and a full bar of beer and cocktails.

    If you’re on a romantic getaway, Lenox offers upscale dining options as well. The Alta Restaurant & Wine Bar is a fine dining establishment that serves Mediterranean-inspired American cuisine and includes a porch for outdoor dining. Walker Street Grill at the Gateway Inn & Restaurant serves dinner in a opulently decorated dining room.

    To satisfy a sweet tooth, check out the Chocolate Springs Cafe, which sells fine European chocolates.

Lenox Bed and Breakfast FAQ

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  • Why Stay at a Bed and Breakfast Inn in Lenox MA?

    A bed and breakfast is perfect for Lenox because the town is small, quaint, and charming--not words that come to mind when one thinks of a hotel chain! The bed and breakfasts in Lenox are optimal getaway destinations; they’re surrounded by natural beauty and feature a full range of amenities to make your trip unforgettable. With convenient check-in times and friendly innkeepers, booking and staying at a Lenox bed and breakfast is a stress-free experience. Plus, there’s the opulence of the homes themselves, from vintage-decorated cottages to restored Victorians that date back to the Gilded Age.

  • What type of amenities can I expect when booking a Lenox Bed and Breakfast

    While many of Lenox’s bed and breakfasts feature vintage or antique decoration and Gilded Age architecture, they are also equipped with modern amenities. These range from free WiFi, to hair dryers and luxurious robes, along with fresh linens, private label amenities, and en-suite private bathrooms. Visitors can also expect flat-screen TVs, period antiques and vintage fabrics. The guestrooms in Lenox often come with fireplaces and spa tubs, and bed and breakfasts are outfitted with air conditioning for summer months. Look forward to outdoor pools--including heated pools--and free parking, among a wide range of additional amenities and complimentary gifts.

  • How can I get around Lenox?

    Many bed and breakfasts are located within walking distance or biking distance of the town’s main attractions, from its Main Street to the Edith Wharton home and other historical houses.

    The town can be accessed by train: the Housatonic Railroad route between Pittsfield and Great Barrington passes north to south through the town, and Amtrak rail service on the Lake Shore Limited line stops in nearby Pittsfield, with regional bus service through the town.

    The closest regional airport is the Pittsfield Municipal Airport. In addition, Lenox is located roughly equidistantly between two airports with national flights: Bradley International Airport in Connecticut and Albany International Airport in New York. Lenox is approximately 125 miles from Boston, where Logan International Airport is situated. Car rentals and bike rentals are available in Lenox.

  • What Are the Different Types of B&Bs in Lenox?

    The Rookwood Inn is one of the best bed and breakfasts in the Berkshires. Situated in a restored Queen Anne Victorian, the Inn features twenty individually decorated rooms, filled with antiques. Enjoy luxuries ranging from fresh linens to special bathrooms, and begin each day with a delicious and healthy breakfast. Choices include a blintz souffle and French toast strata paired with fruit and bread. In the afternoons, enjoy refreshments on a front porch overlooking the rustic natural scenery.

    The Hampton Terrace Inn combines Gilded-Age luxury with modern convenience. Within walking distance from Lenox dining and shopping, the Inn features public rooms with sconce detailing, fireplaces, elaborate moldings, and a centerpiece three-story suspended staircase. Enjoy a glass of wine at the BYOB antique bar.

    The Garden Gables Inn is located within walking distance of Tanglewood and the historic Lenox Village. It features personalized service, massages and facials, a 70-foot heated pool, and a private orchard, the Hilltop Orchards and Furnace Brook Winery. There you can pick apples, taste wine, hike and snowshoe.  The Summer White House is an option located just one mile from Tanglewood, close to Lenox’s fine dining and specialty shops, as well as the Berkshire Theater Festival.  The Seven Hills Inn is a Gilded Age Mansion on 27 lush acres of hills and gardens, featuring a Manor House, Carriage House, and Terrace Country Motel, as well as outdoor pool and a wedding host option.

    The Birchwood Inn is perfect for a ghostly getaway. Brook Farm Inn, Apple Tree Inn, and the Gateways Inn are also excellent Lenox bed and breakfast options. Devonfield Inn and Yankee Inn are also two of the best bed and breakfasts in Lenox.