This is the second time we stayed here and I must say I liked it better the first time. I agree with the other reviewers that it could use some updating and refurbishments and I saw that in just a year and a half.
I like that the rooms are suites and spacious with full kitchens. The room could have been a bit cleaner and it had a lot of miscellanous things taking up room from the owners (since it is vacation ownership). The toilet had some strange bars on it, even though it was not supposed to be an accessible room. The heat was very hard to regulate. It was freezing when we got in there and the heating unit was only in the bedroom so the living area (where the kids slept on the sleep couch) was freezing. The next day we did not get any housekeeping until we called. Granted, my 4 year old slept late, but I saw the housekeeping staff in the hallway still cleaning after we departed. Also, when we called for service all we got was towels and garbage removed. You would think they would have neatened up since we were there. Also we were only given 4 large towels and after using the pool and then my husband exercising the next morning he did not have a towel.
The outdoor pool was way too cold to be open for outdoor use in the winter. Even the outdoor hot tub was not that warm. The indoor one was hot. But there were soda bottles and garbage around the indoor hot tub.
I had the do not disturb sign up on my door and the housekeeping was speaking very loudly outside our door and complaining about guests who were especially messy and dirty. I could hear the entire conversation inside my suite and my children were sleeping at this time. It was about 9 a.m. Besides the staff, there was no other disruptive noise.
It was very nice that they had a magician for the kids for Apres Ski and hot chocolate and cookies. John Harvards was very good. I was they had some more restaurant choices and some more shops. Could be a really nice little village.
The staff was overall very friendly and pleasant. Donna and Bernice at the front desk were very nice and helpful and the door valets in the front were super friendly and helpful too.
Jiminy Peak is very family oriented and my daughter had a great time skiing at Kids Rule. We would return to Jiminy and hope they keep improving and adding on to the village and have more dining and lodging options.
- Also Known As:
- Country Inn At Jiminy Peak Hotel
- Country Inn At Jiminy Peak Hotel Hancock
- Country Hotel Hancock
- Country Resort Hancock
- Country Inn Jiminy Peak
- Country Inn Hancock
- Jiminy Peak
- Hancock Country Inn
- Jiminy Peak Hotel
- Country Inn At Jiminy Peak Berkshires, MA - Hancock
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Country Inn at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort is an all-suite hotel located centrally in Berkshire County. Winter guests enjoy slopeside access, roaring fireplaces in the lobby and an outdoor heated pool, open year round. Summer guests can take advantage of its immediate proximity to Mountain Adventure, Jiminy Peak’s collection of mountain-themed rides and attractions. Guests staying at the Country Inn have easy access to John Harvard’s Restaurant and Brewery located on the 3rd floor, as well as the Country Store, just a minute’s walk from the hotel. Also nearby is Just Jiminy, a logo shop for all your souvenir needs and in the winter Mountain Sports by Potter Brothers can equip you head to toe in new gear. ... more less
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