When sweltering summer days cause residents of Boston, New York, and Hartford to head for the hills, take heart. There is no need to sacrifice the arts just because you’ve escaped from the city. It is simple to experience great theatre, dance, and music during a summer getaway at our Lenox MA Bed and Breakfast.
The Williamstown Theatre Festival, founded in 1955, is just one example of the superlative arts found in the Massachusetts Berkshires. The festival runs from June 22 to August 28, 2011.
Williamstown Theatre Festival2011 Summer Schedule:
- Three Hotels, by Jon Robin Baitz (June 19 – July 24)
- A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennesee Williams (June 22 – July 3)
- She Stoops to Conquer, by Oliver Goldsmith (July 27 – August 7)
- One Slight Hitch, by Lewis Black (July 6 – 17)
- Ten Cents a Dance, by John Doyle (August 11 – 28)
- A Doll’s House, by Henrik Ibsen (July 20 – 31)
- Touch(ed), by Bess Wohl (August 3 – 14)
- You Better Sit Down: tales from my parents’ divorce, directed by Anne Kauffman (August 16 – 21)
The Williamstown Theatre Festival is located in Williamstown, approximately one hour from our Berkshires Bed and Breakfast. Spend the afternoon lounging by the pool before your night at the theatre.
Find the complete festival schedule at Williamstown Theatre Festival.
It’s cold in the Northeast these days. We imagine that folks in the city – be in Boston, New York, Hartford, or some other place – are bundled into themselves, swathed in scarves, hats and winter coats as they trudge from one warm interior to the next.
No so here at our Lenox MA Bed and Breakfast.
Oh, it’s cold here too, to be sure. But cold in the country feels different than cold in the city. The wind doesn’t gather up its strength to blast between skyscrapers and knock you down here – it spreads out over snow covered fields and blows through forests, making leafless trees dance.
Yes, winter in the Berkshires is the stuff of poetry.
Come see for yourself. Be spontaneous, and enjoy savings with our Lee Bed and Breakfast Last Minute Special. Plan ahead, call a friend, and stay for a while. Embrace the cold while you’re here, and delve into it with skis or snowshoes; it makes sitting by the fire so much better.
Catamount Ski Area in Great Barrington, MA, is just 30 minutes from our luxury Bed and Breakfast Berkshires. As of this writing there are 24 out of 33 trails open and 4 out of 6 lifts carrying skiers to the top. A couple of the trails are not groomed and moguls are already forming. It looks to be a terrific season.
The blizzard that ushered out 2010 up and down the eastern seaboard certainly whetted appetites for snow sports. While cross country skiers had a heyday in Central Park, downhill skiers and snowboarders could only dream of distant mountains. Well, now the roads are clear and the mountains await.
Catamount is a terrific ski area on the Massachusetts / New York border. Travelers who can be spontaneous may take advantage of $27 daytime lift tickets through Friday this week. In addition, we offer a discount to spur of the moment guests of our luxury Berkshires Bed and Breakfast; call within 24 hours of your arrival and receive 15% off your entire stay. A little spontaneity can go a long way towards making travel more affordable.
If you feel exhausted and worn out after a whirlwind holiday season, time spent at our Bed and Breakfast Berkshires may be just what you need. Ski Catamount and let the fresh air and powder invigorate you. What a wonderful way to begin a new year.
This New Year’s, instead of rubbing elbows in crowded Boston, Hartford, and New York City, travel to our luxury Berkshires bed and breakfast. We’re close enough to these cities to be convenient, but far enough away to be something special.
Spend two or three nights in beautiful Western Massachusetts and let us pamper you. Enjoy wine and cheese in the parlor before dining at one of the good local restaurants. When you return to your room after dinner, you’ll find chocolates and a decanter of Brandy awaiting you. Break your fast by candlelight, on crystal and fine china. Spend your days exploring charming New England towns, skiing, or relaxing by the fire.
On New Year’s Eve, we’ll break out the champagne and feast on tasty hors d’oeuvres. Laugh and cry over the best and worst of 2010, and share your aspirations for 2011. Play a song or two on the piano, challenge each other to a game, or simply enjoy conversation with friends, old and new. Finish the evening with more brandy and chocolates, and sleep peacefully. On New Year’s Day, sleep late and then start the year off with a gourmet brunch by candlelight.
We’re happy to combine some of our other packages with our 2010 Bershires b&b New Year’s Special. Contact us to discuss your options; call toll free: (800) 691-9012 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of our guests live in the city. They drive to our Berkshires bed and breakfast from Boston, Hartford, and New York City. They come for fresh air and quiet country evenings, to take long walks in the woods or to ski. These guests crave time in the country and they need it, but most live in the city because they love city life; for them, the area surrounding our Lenox MA b&b is ideal because it boasts cultural attractions, fine dining, and amenities that would make any city proud.
Our Spa Special takes advantage of our close proximity to Soul Spa, in Lee. Soul Spa offers everything a metropolitan spa offers these days, but you don’t need to fight traffic or squish yourself into a subway to get there: guests may walk the .6 miles from our inn to the spa (breathing in fresh air and admiring fall foliage as they go).
Once there, indulge in body scrubs and holistic baths, full body massages or facials. Uncover the healing powers of Shiro Dhara and Ayurvedic Rejuvenation, or try one of Soul Spa’s Unique Therapies, such as the Rain Forest Rejuvenation. We confidently recommend Soul Spa to any guests in need of serious rest, relaxation, and of course, rejuvenation. Guest of our bed and breakfast Berkshires receive a 10% discount.
Temperatures are climbing and snow is melting. Spring is here.
You can hear the Berkshires calling to you from Boston, Hartford, and NYC. Your legs are yearning to stretch out along a trail. You want to hear birds, not traffic.
It’s time to take a break from city living. Come to our Lee bed and breakfast for a few days. There are many trails nearby, just waiting for you. You may also want to drive 20 miles north of Lenox to Mount Greylock, the highest point in Massachusetts. From the top, you’ll feel your spirit soar.