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The small village of Stockbridge is located in the heart of the Berkshires, a region in western Massachusetts renowned for its wooded, rolling hills that have inspired artists, musicians and writers for many years.

Red Lion Inn, StockbridgeThis archetypal New England village is renowned locally for once being the home of the artist Norman Rockwell and for the Red Lion Inn, supposedly the oldest hotel in the United States.

In the hills around the village lie some magnificent houses including the home and studio of Daniel Chester French, the sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial.

Just five miles north of Stockbridge lies the village of Lenox, home to the Norman Rockwell Museum and Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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    • Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge

      Red Lion Inn


      Nestled in the Berkshires, in the picturesque town of Stockbridge, The Red Lion Inn has been welcoming guests for over 200 years. Its homely decor and inviting fireplaces are reminiscent of 18th century New England, when the inn was established.

    • Inn at Stockbridge

      Inn at Stockbridge


      Located in the Berkshire Mountains, in western Massachusetts, the inn is within reach by car. Set back from the road on 48,562 secluded square meters, it is just a mile from downtown Stockbridge.