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Pool Shuttle to the ski mountain would be great idea
The rooms were really great. There was a full kitchen, dining room, living room, bathroom, bedroom and patio. It was amazing to have a kitchen with a full set of dining ware, a toaster, microwave, stove burner, blender and coffee pot. The place felt very family friendly. It definitely felt like a ski lodge where families would stay for about a week at a time. All of the decor in the rooms were fall foliage which felt weird staying there in the summer. They have a large selection of dvds at the front desk that you can rent for free and have an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. The door to patio to our room was broken. The dvd player wouldn't work and it took forever for us to get it to reopen and spit out the dvd we placed in. They ask you to take all the linens off of the bed and place in the bath tub before checking out, which didn't make sense to us because we took a shower right before we left. It's in the middle of nowhere which is definitely apart of its appeal but there are no gas stations or grocery stores for at least a 15 minute drive.
Being from the Berkshires we chose to do a trip for a night while on vacation. We enjoyed it so much we stayed an extra night. Very clean, cozy apartment feel. Pool is great area. With it being off the path (5 miles) I think it be great to put in a snack bar as well as a lounge (dinner/ bar) it would be a gold mine for families not wanting to cook or drive. The first day staff was amazing! Second day the desk people could have had a refresher on positive and client experience.
Location in mountains. Friendly staff. Very clean and well appointed rooms.Warm and cozy fireplace. Condo did not have a stove or dishwasher.
Clean facilities and friendly staff. Second time visiting - the kitchenette is very helpful. Nice to have balcony and gas fireplace. Comfortable bed. Overall a great place to stay.
. Unit was clean nd comfortable but starting to show its age. Wall paper was peelling, stains on ceiling when water leaked
The hotel staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Also, the view was breathtaking.
a large holiday apartments resort , well situated, with fairly attractive outside architecture Reception was unfriendly and with an atitude of :'Oh shit another client'. Interior design is old and unappealing
Clean. Comfortable, beautiful scenery and quiet
Great for families. Love that all rooms include a kitchen. The suite feature (two rooms sort of adjoin) is really convenient as we're always there with multiple families. Checking in is always painfully slow for some reason.
Very comfortable. Good value. We stayed there October 21-24. We would stay there again. The room was furnished nicely. We liked being able to get movies. We didn't use the pool, but it looked very nice, as well as the lodge area. Beautiful area. We were travelling back and forth to Williamstown, which was within a reasonable driving distance to the college. We were looking forward to having a fireplace in the room, but it wasn't working properly. Maintenance had to clean creosote off the glass doors so we could view the fireplace. It was really thick and the flame wasn't adjusted properly after that so it didn't look "real." We didn't use it much. They did respond quickly when we called about the creosote issue. There was black on the outside of the unit where the fireplace was, so it kind of felt like it could have been a safety issue as well. The management should monitor the fireplaces.
The mattress was worn and noisy in 107b building 1
Beautiful grounds. Pool. Hot Tub. Bedroom walls are thin, & people come in late or get up early to exercize in groups in spaces adjoining you. No 24h front desk. Do not expect to stay in the large brick main building, you will be in one of several modern motel-like buildings nearby.
Spectacular location at one of the grandest "cottages" remaining in the Berkshires. A 5 minute drive to downtown Lenox. Delicious brunch. The bathroom in our room was newly renovated and luxurious. Good service. The main building of Cranwell is breathtaking, and the prices are what you would expect to stay in such a historic and beautiful place. However, our room was in an adjacent building, circa 1963. It was pretty nice, but definitely more like what I would expect for $300 rather than $500. Perhaps on their website they make it more clear that you aren't staying in the main house, but booking through Kayak I was surprised to get less than I thought I'd paid for. I found the walls to be pretty thin in the building we stayed in (Founders).