Berkshire County Bed & Breakfasts

Berkshire County is very proud of the superior quality of their Bed & Breakfasts and the gracious hospitality offered from family owned lodgings. Most B&B’s tend to be in families through generations adding special touch to the experiences. Old homes and historic places are often turned into bed and breakfasts adding a uniqueness and old-world charm with lovely Victorian furnishings turning a home into a romantic getaway. The Berkshires has many superior bed and breakfasts with amenities varying from place to place, but all are close to attractions such as Norman Rockwell Museum, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Ski areas, Tanglewood, The Colonial Theatre and more.
Adams – Mt. Greylock Inn – 6 East Street, Adams, MA
Becket – Canterbury Farm – 1896 Fred Snow road, Becket, MA
Cheshire –Harbour House Inn Bed & Breakfast – 725 North State Road, Cheshire
East Otis – Lakeside Estates – 99 Kibble rd., East Otis, MA
Great Barrington – Thornewood Inn – 453 Stockbridge RD, Great Barrington
Housatonic – Christine’s Bed & Breakfast – 325 North Plain RD, Housatonic
Lanesboro – Tuckered Turkey B&B – Old Cheshire RD, Lanesboro
Lee – Applegate Inn – 279 West Park Street, Lee
Lenox – Birchwood Inn – 7 Hubbard Street, Lenox, MA
New Marlborough – Gedney Farm – Route 57, New Marlborough, MA
North Adams – Blackington Manor – 1391 Massachusetts Ave, North Adams
Otis – Lakeside Estates Bed & Breakfast – 99 Kibble Rd. Otis
Pittsfield – The Thaddeus Clapp House – 74 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield , MA
Richmond – A Bed & Breakfast in the Berkshires – 1666 Dublin Rd, Richmond
Sandisfield – The New Boston Inn – Route 57, Sandisfield, MA
Sheffield – Birch Hill Bed & Breakfast – 254 South Undermountain Rd, Sheffield
South Egremont – The Weathervane inn – Route 23, South Egremont, MA
South Lee – Federal House Inn – 1560 Pleasant St. Route 102 South lee, MA
Stockbridge – 1796 House – 46 Interlaken Road, Stockbridge, MA
Tyringham – Cobble View bed & Breakfast – 123 Main Rd. Tyringham, MA

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