Bed and Breakfast in Pittsfield, Massachusetts

The Thaddeus Clapp House in Pittsfield, Massachusetts is one of the most famous bed and breakfast houses in the area and registered at the National Register as one of Massachusetts Historic Places. The historic district of Pittsfield is filled with mansions and stately homes and a delightful place to take a walk. The magnificent Colonial theatre which is under restoration currently and the Berkshire Museum are both within walking distance of the Clapp House bed and Breakfast. Other great places within walking distance are Jacob’s Pillow, Herman Melville House, the Mount, Tangle wood, Lichtenstein Centre of Arts, antique shops and art galleries. In the area are hiking and biking trails, ski resorts, lakes, boating recreation and more. Some of the amenities available to guests are baggage store facilities, secure parking, Terrace, Jacuzzi, Coffee and Tea tray service in bed. Business amenities are dial-up internet connection. Room amenities includes: radio, iron and ironing boards, refrigerator, hairdryer, air conditioning and in-room phones.
The White Horse Inn is another great bed and breakfast built at the turn of the century. It is a charming colonial style mansion and extensive renovation was done around 2006 and modelled after the popular Boutique Hotels. Delicious breakfast and luxurious bedrooms makes for a comfortable and pleasant stay. Minutes away from this bed and breakfast you will find spectacular fall foliage, mountain biking hiking skiing, theatres, dancing and music. Other outdoor activities such as MASS MoCa, Barrington Stage Company, Jacob’s Pillow, Norman Rockwell Museum, Lennox Village and Tangle wood are within walking distance from the White Horse Inn. To ensure every ones comfort they do not allow cooking in rooms, no candles, no pets and no smoking. Quiet hours of the bed and breakfast are from 11 pm till 8 am with office hours from 10 am till 9 pm.

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The restoration of Thaddeus Clapp’s home, a National Registry of Historic Places property, is both a labor of love as well as an commitment to preserve the past. It is also quite a challenge: how to retain the beauty and historical integrity of the original while adding modern conveniences. When the house was built in 1871, it was state of… more