This 380-acre resort is tastefully upscale, which you can tell as soon as you examine the rooms in the Mansion, furnished with ornate antiques and with marble bathrooms. But even if you're staying in one of the smaller buildings or cottages, you can avail yourself of the game room; in fact, most of the facilities are open to the public, as are the resort's restaurants, golf school, and summer shows. The 35,000-square-foot spa has a full complement of women's and men's
treatments, plus several types of massage. This is a good option for families because there's so much to do on the property (and as so many inns in the Berkshires aren't child-friendly).