Choose Between Two Options
- $134 for a 1-night stay for two, valid Sunday–Thursday (up to $240 value)
- $289 for a 2-night stay for two with $20 dining credit, valid Friday–Saturday (up to $455 value)
Click here for a list of available rooms, which are equipped with cable, WiFi, and private baths. Guests receive a full country breakfast each morning, as well as champagne or nonalcoholic sparkling cider and gourmet chocolates. The dining credit included with 2-night stays can be used toward herb-stuffed trout, pasta primavera, and other dishes at the onsite Point Restaurant.
A cobblestone path leads up to the front door of this canary-yellow Dutch Colonial inn, which is tucked amid the Berkshire Hills. Inside, the rooms reflect the building's turn-of-the-century roots with period furnishings that include four-poster beds, button-back chairs, and lace curtains. Some rooms have fireplaces to help keep you warm on chilly nights. A local family runs the inn, and it's easy to see personal touches throughout. The onsite restaurant, for instance, serves a homestyle menu that focuses on farm-to-table fare. Diners can fill up on herb-stuffed trout and old-fashioned meat loaf with wild mushroom gravy to the sounds of live jazz and piano music.
The inn is conveniently close to several attractions in the Berkshires. It's a short drive from the Norman Rockwell Museum, family-owned wineries, and several area ski sites that are popular in the winter or after summer's first snowfall.