Two centuries of excellent hospitality make this property a New England mainstay.
In 1773 this property was a stagecoach tavern. It is now a Berkshires’ landmark, memorialized by Norman Rockwell as part of his painting, "Main Street, Stockbridge." Guests enjoy whiling away the hours on the porch rockers and in the pleasant outdoor courtyard. Live entertainment at the on-site Lion’s Den Pub brings in a sizable crowd in the evenings; reservations are needed well in advance. Additionally, outdoor concerts at Tanglewood are a huge draw. While the area appeals to tourists year-round, it is especially popular when the autumn leaves are blazing in the trees. The inn features a main building and six additional structures housing the accommodations. Rooms are decorated with attention to eighteenth-century details, including four-poster beds, floral wallpaper and antique furniture. Meals are served on china and pewter, and the restaurant’s wine cellar has received widespread acclaim. Along with the more formal dining room, food is served in the tavern and pub. Golf and tennis facilities are located nearby. Other perks include complimentary wireless Internet service throughout the property, 24-hour fitness room and heated outdoor pool.
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