I stayed 4 nights in October 2020, during COVID times. It felt very safe. Very quiet, restful, wonderful views. All the staff, and particularly Ole, the innkeeper, were kind, helpful, and wonderful. Waking in the morning to beautiful views, hiking around the property in the golden October light, breakfast even in the pandemic; the quiet, the views of the woods and the mountains and the pond (which has actual beavers living in it). it was glorious. I stayed in both the Greylock room and the East room--both with amazing views and porches. From the Greylock room, you don't hear anything, but from the East room, you can hear Greylock's shower and bathroom so it's not *quite* as quiet. But I would (and will) absolutely stay here again. Convenient to Williamstown, Mt Greylock, and North Adams. It was great. Breakfasts were delicious and filling. Cookies in the afternoon, and coffee in your room if you want it. No TV, but well-functioning internet, if you need it.…
Spent two nights there in the midst of the pandemic and felt safe and unexposed. Decor is interesting, the setting is wonderful, the breakfasts great. Appreciated the lack of TV. The pool was closed due to the virus (actually looked like it had been closed for a couple of years) but the grounds were open for walking.
As Trustees members, we had been here to walk several times. We admired the two historic houses but never stayed. We decided to stay three nights up to New Year's day when the Guest House closes for Winter. A great choice. The last two nights, we were the only guests and had the house to ourselves. The weather was a bit freezing rain/snow showers, but we were able to walk the North Trail with no difficulty once it stopped. We own a 1950 house (architecturally an Arts and Crafts, but not in the same league) but could relate to many of the fixtures and details. This is a gem. The hosts were exceptional with caring advice and friendly help. Breakfasts were complete and varied every day. We had a great stay. We expect to be back.
Spent two nights at this wonderful spot in early September. The house is lovely and very comfortable. The staff are wonderful. The grounds are absolutely beautiful - the greens and golds (of the wildflowers) were amazing. If you are visiting the area (Clark Art Institute, Mass MOCA, etc.) this is an excellent place to stay.
What an escape from daily life! We stayed at the Guest House while visiting the Clark Museum. This is the place to go if you want a silent and peaceful atmosphere, located in a picturesque and beautiful surroundings, in an architectural gem from the middle of the 20th century. The caretaker, Ole, is charming and full of interesting information about the house and its original owners, the even more interesting guest house, the property, and more. All you have to do is ask. You are staying in a piece of America history. Enjoy the experience for what it is and be sure to check out the grounds. Made us want to see more of the Trust properties and definitely return if we are back in the area.