An inviting white Victorian house with a sweeping wraparound porch across from Lenox's White Church on the Hill, this upscale inn is particularly notable for its attractive, mature landscaping. Rooms are lavish, with decadent furnishings—every unit has a working fireplace, and a few have four-poster or canopy beds. Plush duvets, ceiling fans, and Victorian-style wallpaper add to the sense of romance. It's a bit smaller and less busy than most of the inns in Lenox, and
the hosts are friendly and enthusiastic. The inn is close enough to walk into town but set nicely on a hillside away from the tourist bustle. Tea is served every afternoon.
Nov 14, 2005
We arrived after 10pm on a Friday night and were greated by Andrew, who offered us a much appreciated glass of wine, and plenty of home baked snacks. Each night we enjoyed a fire in our room (Meadow Room) and a very comfortable king bed. When we got hungry we just stopped by the dining room and grabbed some snacks. Finally, we decided on a long hike Sunday and wanted to be able to shower afterwards. Andrew was so gracious to offer us a flexible
check-out time. I would definitely recommend this B&B.
Nov 6, 2004
but my stay was one of the very very best this seasond traveler has ever had! No joke! The innkeeper's name was Andrew and I must say he went above and beyond to make sure I enjoyed my stay. 10+