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 metres, it is just a mile from downtown Stockbridge. It is close to the Norman Rockwell Museum and Tanglewood, as well as all the other cultural attractions of Stockbridge, Lenox and the Berkshires.
The Inn is a Georgian-style mansion, with large white pillars, built as a private residence in 1906, and lovingly restored in 1982, as a bed and breakfast. Today, there are three buildings onsite, including the Barn, the Cottage and the Main Inn.
White wicker furniture, rocking chairs, and classical music set the mood. The B&B has an outdoor pool, Wi-Fi and an exercise facility. All the main house rooms feature the charm of the gilded age, with modern amenities.
All rooms have private bathrooms with toiletries from Gilchrest and Soames, air-conditioning, high-end linens and towels, as well as a decanter of sherry to sip before nestling in the comfortable bed.
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Nestled in the Berkshires, in the picturesque town of Stockbridge, The Red Lion Inn has been welcoming guests for over 200 years. Its homely décor and inviting fireplaces are reminiscent of 18th century New England, when the inn was established.