Berkshires and Pioneer Valley have comfortable B&Bs & historic inns

From a pair of old brownstones on Beacon Street in the Greater Boston area to a rambling 1811 estate in the Berkshires, Massachusetts inns and B&Bs are smaller, quiet, extremely luxurious lodgings that absolutely reflect the historic character and regions of MA. Romanic and historic inns are scattered through the small town and rolling hills of the Berkshires towns of Great Barrington, Stockbridge, Lee, and Lenox, and the Connecticut River Valley towns of Springfield, West Springfield, Northampton, and Amherst. Mass. hotels and motels in the Berkshires place visitors close to wonderful attractions like Six Flags New England; the Zoo in Forest Park; the Catamount, Jiminy Peak, and Bousquet ski areas; Berkshire Theatre Festival; Norman Rockwell Museum; Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art; and Historic Deerfield.
Exterior Porch View 500x250 - Deerfield Inn - Deerfield, MA
Deerfield Inn

81 Old Main Street Deerfield, MA, 01342 Phone: 413-774-5587

Hospitality and history come together in this gracious, picturesque inn

Experience true New England hospitality when you step back into history at the Deerfield Inn. Located on tree-lined Old Main Street in a village listed as a National Historic Landmark, the 24-room inn first welcomed guests in 1884 and still has pieces of that past, including robin’s-egg blue front porch ceilings, native garden plantings and a horse weathercock that still turns. Comfortable, cozy rooms are finely appointed for comfort, and the on-site restaurant and tavern is perfect for casual dining or an evening cocktail by the fire. Enjoy complimentary muffins and beverages in the morning or 20 percent off a homemade hot breakfast. Area attractions include history and art museums, Yankee Candle’s flagship store, antiques shops and Hancock Shaker Village.