New England is a wonderful place to spend the 4th of July. After all, some of the first stirrings of revolution took place in Massachusetts back in the 18th century. The 4th of July is always festive here at our Bed and Breakfast Lenox MA.
Guests of our Berkshires Bed and Breakfast are welcome to swim and lounge by the pool all day on the 4th. Yet those who want to get out and about may enjoy the following activities:
Shakespeare & Co. in Lenox puts on a free but heart-felt reading of the Declaration of Independence each July 4th. This year, the reading will be preceded by Revolutionary Moments, a collection of vignettes that divulge Shakespeare’s influence “on some of history’s most fascinating figures.” The afternoon concludes with a community barbecue. More information is available at Shakespeare & Co.
There will be many free events and classes offered at Jacob’s Pillow throughout the weekend. More information is available at Jacob’s Pillow.
The 2011 4th of July Pittsfield Parade will feature almost 140 marching units. It feels historically significant. More information is available at Pittsfield Parade.
We look forward to welcoming guests to our Berkshires lodging for the 4th of July, 2011.
From time to time, we rent out our entire Berkshires luxury and breakfast. Consider doing this is if you have an event on the horizon. Family reunions, corporate retreats, gatherings of friends… all are wonderful reasons to rent the whole inn.
We can comfortably accommodate 24 people (and even a few more) in our luxury bed and breakfast Berkshires. The main house features eight guest rooms, and the Carriage House features two king suites and one two-bedroom suite. Everyone has their own room (and bathroom). Everyone feels like royalty. All suites are furnished with antiques, most have a refrigerator and coffee-maker and some have a wet-bar; most of our suites have fireplaces (gas, electric, or wood), and all have a tub.
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