Experience the grandeur of the Gilded Age when you stay in one of our 46 rooms, located throughout five distinct buildings, including Beechers, the Mansion, Griswold, Barnes, and McKinley Cottages.
Reflecting the glow of its Gilded Age origins, the boutique-style Mansion has overlooked this countryside for more than a century. Built by John Sloane in 1894, the stately manor stands on 380 acres of woodland delights, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the famous landscape architect who designed Central Park in New York City.
The brick Mansion features 11 newly renovated guestrooms and suites, with varying square footage and views, spacious Carrara marble-tiled bathrooms, luxurious bedding, and original decorative designs. Each Mansion guestroom is named after important cultural figures with historical ties to the Berkshires.
Please note, the Mansion does not have an elevator and is not ADA accessible. Rooms are located on the second and third floors.
Family-friendly Griswold, Barnes & McKinley Cottage Suites offer additional space and the convenience of a wet bar or kitchenette, along with spacious rooms and updated bathrooms. Steeped in history and named after notable figures, every cottage tells its own unique story.
Beechers, a Queen Anne-style shingled house, was designed by Peabody and Sterns. This cottage contains a mix of 28 historic guest rooms and suites that feature cloud-like bedding and vintage bathrooms.