Porches Inn

231 River St., North Adams, Massachusetts, 01247, USA

Dilapidated mill-workers' houses dating to the 1890s have been restored and connected with one long porch—complete with rocking chairs—to become one of New England's quirkiest hotels. The inn strikes a perfect balance between high-tech and historic. Rooms have a mix of retro 1940s and 1950s lamps and bungalow-style furnishings, along with stunning bathrooms with slate floors, hot tubs, and mirrors fashioned out of old window frames. Suites have pull-out sofas and can sleep up to six; some two-room suites have loft sleeping areas reached by spiral staircases. The inn is popular with festival visitors for its location around the corner from Mass MoCA and Main Street. A special pet-friendly building is available for guests traveling with their furry friends.

PROS

  • outdoor heated pool and hot tub
  • large guest rooms
  • free Wi-Fi

CONS

  • small breakfast room

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 413-664–0400

HOTEL DETAILS

47 rooms, 18 suites
Rate Includes: Breakfast

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