This is a 19th century house which is now used for B and B. We were in the Butler's Pantry, now called the William Stanley Suite , with a bed and area for sitting , fridge, kettle etc. We had our own veranda with cane shairs. Very nice. The house is a bit spooky (there is supposed to be a ghost!). The rooms are clean, but we stayed 3 nights and after the first night our room was not made up. The owner mentioned the 'maid had the day off' . Rather strange service !
Breakfast adequate, but nothing special. I can't eat any wheat and there was no attempt to provide anything suitable ( eg corn or rye bread) . Owner is very talkative and knowledgable about the area, but only around at breakfast. You have to phone her when you arrive or if you want anything.
It was a good place to be to visit the Berkshires. You can walk to Pittsfield and there are some good places to eat. (try Patricks Pub and flavours, Malasian Restaurant).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A fully restored 1871 mansion on the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn is located in the Historic District of Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Choose from one of eight suites with private bath, fireplaces, WiFi, full breakfast, and more. The Inn is convenient to all the celebrated cultural attractions and some of the most beautiful scenic areas of the Berkshires. ... more less