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The Berkshires

Vacation in The Berkshires

The Berkshires offer a plethora of outdoor, cultural and dining experiences. Berkshire County runs along the border of New York, from Connecticut to Vermont. The Berkshires have a rich history and tradition of hospitality, and have long been a scenic escape for city-dwellers looking for a getaway.

The Berkshires offer skiing, theatre, galleries, museums, hiking and concerts and have become a notable force in the culinary scene with a variety of restaurants featuring new and unique cuisine. They attract all types of people and have something for each visitor.

They are the home to several institutions of higher education including Williams College, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and Bard College at Simons Rock.

The Williams Inn would love to host you during your trip to The Berkshires. To make a reservation at our bed & breakfast inn, please call 413.458.9371 or email reservations@williamsinn.com.

There are a multitude of things to see in The Berkshires. For more details on local attractions The Berkshires has to offer, visit Destination Williamstown. We have assembled a few below that are not far from the hotel and worth checking out:

Mount Greylock

At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts and the state’s first wilderness state park. The mountain’s Bascom Lodge is open seasonally June-October and is just a half-hour from the Inn.

Bennington, Vermont

Just 20 minutes from the Inn, this “Vermont Main Street” participant is part of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Bennington Museum

Explore New England history and art featuring Grandma Moses paintings, a genealogy library, nature trail and picnic area just 20 minutes from the inn.

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

Explore picture book art in this museum inspired by the writer of the Hungry Hungry Caterpillar.

Norman Rockwell Museum

See the world’s largest collection of Norman Rockwell work at this American art museum.