March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Berkshires, MA is a popular place for cultural tourism and family vacations. Hotels located in cities and towns of Berkshire county, such as Pittsfield, Lenox, North Adams, and Great Barrington represent a variety of national brands, including Holiday Inn, Marriott, Hampton, Crowne Plaza, and Days Inn. They fill… read more
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March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Hotels in Great Barrington, MA, where there is a lively restaurant scene and varied schedule of concerts, dance, and other performing arts events at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center. The town is popular with weekend visitors because of its proximity to New York City and northeast Connecticut. Simon’s… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Hancock, MA is one of the roomiest towns in the Berkshires for two reasons, literal and figurative. With a population density of about 20 people per square mile, residents of Hancock have plenty of room. As home to Vacation Village at Berkshire and various lodging options afforded by… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Berkshires visitors choose Lee, MA hotels because they are near Jacob’s Pillow and shopping at Lee Premium Outlets. The fact that the appearance of downtown Lee still retains the charm of an earlier age and that Exit 2 of the Massachusetts turnpike are located there further the town’s… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read There are plenty of lodging accommodations available in the lovely town of Lenox in the Berkshires. It was a popular destination among both 19th century aristocrats as well as artists and intellectuals, including the transcendentalist who perhaps came seeking refuge from the squalor of Boston. Lenox was the… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read The city of North Adams has many attractions for the visitor to the Berkshires, including the Western Gateway Heritage State Park and MASS MoCA, the world’s largest contemporary art museum. The Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, MCLA, is located in North Adams and that adds to the quality… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Pittsfield hotels are popular with people visiting the Berkshires because of its central location. It is home to many cultural organizations including Arrowhead, the Herman Melville homestead, where the great novel Moby Dick was written. The Colonial Theatre is now run by the Berkshire Theatre Group, an outgrowth… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Visitors to the Berkshires can find lodging accommodations at hotels in Richmond, MA, which once was part of neighboring Lenox, site of Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Recent settlers in Richmond include Gov. Deval Patrick, close friend and confidante of Pres. Barack Obama. Berkshires Hotels… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Williamstown, MA hotels are popular with visitors to Clark Art and Williamstown Theatre Festival plus Williams College Museum of Art. As the location of Williams College, which always is rated among the top liberal arts colleges in the country, there is a dynamic atmosphere in Williamstown not found… read more
March 25, 2016 Article by Dave Read Hotels and Inns in Stockbridge, MA, the Berkshires town that is associated with former resident Norman Rockwell, are kept busy by visitors to popular local attractions such as Tanglewood, Chesterwood, Berkshire Botanical Garden, the Norman Rockwell Museum, Naumkeag, and the Berkshire Theatre Festival. On BerkshireLinks.com, you can find… read more