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Recent Reviews

  • Warm and inviting
    5 of 5

    Living in the Midwest, we enjoyed a wonderful long weekend in New England. The cottage was wonderful. We ate out some but also enjoyed making meals and staying in, with the well equipped kitchen. A wonderful place to relax and recharge!

    Stayed: Oct 2018
  • Girls weekend
    5 of 5

    Loved the location of this very cute cottage in this scenic town. Plenty of space for us for the weekend. Ashintully Gardens was directly across the street and we took a walk through the property--what a view when you get up to where the ruins are. Easy ride over to Stockbridge and great starting point to exploring the Berkshires. Passed the Big Y grocery store on the way to the cottage--Right off the Mass Pike. Loved having the closed in patio. Had breakfast out there every morning. Beds were comfortable, showers were adequate, smartly decorated, kitchen nicely stocked but not a lot of counter space for food prep but not really a big deal. Cell phone reception was spotty but not a big deal for us. TV is tiny but we only watched a couple of DVD's one evening. The only con would be the ultrasonic mouse repeller--they made clicking noises every few minutes. Thought it was the heat turning on but realized that wasn't it--tried not to pay attention to it. Never saw any critters either. Norman Rockwell museum is a must visit. Poked around Stockbridge and the shops. Went hiking at McLennan Reservation which is about a mile or two down the street from the cottage. Went apple picking at Windy Hill Farm in Great Barrington--lots and lots of apples. Visited Les Trois Emme Vineyard & Winery in New Marlborough. Overall loved the location and would love to stay here again and would recommend the cottage to as a good place to for exploring the Berkshires.

    Stayed: Oct 2017