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Bascom Lodge is a rustic stone and wood Lodge perched atop Mount Greylock in western Massachusetts. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's to provide accommodations for hikers, vacationers, and nature enthusiasts. Private and group rooms are available for overnight...
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While the lodge and staff are lovely, it should be noted somewhere that there is no air! It was 90 degrees during our stay, there is one tiny window in the room, and there are not even fans anywhere. We had to go in town...More
We really enjoyed our two-night stay earlier this month. Despite the mostly dreary weather we did some exploring and were very pleased with our hosts and the food. The room was comfortable and we knew the bathrooms were not en suite (and shower rooms were...More
This lodge is amazing We hiked up four miles with a group of women that we had been hiking with all spring. We backpacked in and stayed overnight. Accommodations are wonderful. Dinner was amazing and the sunset and sunrise were spectacular at 3500 feet. We...More
We stayed here recently as part of a section hike on the Appalachian Trail. Unique building with historic architecture carefully maintained. Very comfortable room. We enjoyed the fireplace and comfy couches in the lodge. Our dinner was fantastic, and our host very friendly and knowledgable...More
We visit Bascom Lodge twice a year; summer dinner and leaf-peeping drinks. The dinners are pretty good, farm to table, but the timing is off in between courses which is the only reason for the 4 stars, otherwise it'd be a 5. We waited an...More