1850's Berkshire Farmhouse Vacation.
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||2400 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
|Theme||Historic, Ski, Mountain, Rural|
Description from the owner
Vacation in an 1850's Berkshire Farmhouse:
This 2 story 1850's farmhouse in the Berkshires with original ceiling beams and 16" floor boards in much of the house is fully furnished with 5 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a gorgeous screened-in porch overlooking 4 acres of gardens, stream and wooded mountains.
It has a fully equipped country kitchen with dish washer, microwave, toaster oven, coffee maker, and lots of cooking utensils.
A full dining room with butcher block table that seats 12 and 2 complete sets of dinnerware; glasses, mugs, and wine glasses.
A large living room with 2 full couches (one is a comfortable queen p...Read more
1850's Berkshire Farmhouse Vacation.
West Stockbridge, Massachusetts
Additional Location Information
Far enough away to feel remote with country wooded and river walks right out the door, and yet only 2 miles away from town and 5 miles to Tanglewood, theaters, and cultural events.
2 miles from downtown West Stockbridge where you can shop and dine; 2 minutes from Card Lake Pond for swimming and fishing; 15-20 minutes to ski areas; 10 minutes from Tanglewood, theatres and movies; 10 minutes from Norman Rockwell Museum; 20 minutes to Pittsfield; 2.25 hours from Boston; 2.5 hours from NYC. Wooded and river walks/bicycling, cross country skiing/snowshoeing right out the door.
Location Type Mountain, Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$250||$250||$1,250||$5,000||2 nights|
|All Dates||$250||$250||$1,250||$5,000||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Damage deposit - $500 / stay - Security Deposit
Additional notes from owner
Pricing based on season and occupancy
Up to 6 people:
• Fall-Winter (Sept. 4-March 24, 2013): $290/night – $1400/week
• Spring (March 25-May 23): $250/night – $1250/week
• Summer/Peak* (May 24-Sept. 2): $350/night – $1950/week
• Fall-Winter (Sept. 4-March 24, 2013): $350/night– $1850/week
• Spring (March 25-May 23): $325/night– $1400/week
• Summer/Peak* (May 24-Sept. 2): $400/night – $2200/week
• Fall-Winter (Sept. 4-March 24, 2013): $425/night - $2300/week
• Spring (March 25-May 23): $375/night – $1600/week
• Summer/Peak* (May 24-Sept. 2): $450/night – $2450/week
*Holiday weeks & weekends are considered peak, these include Christmas, New Year, Martin Luther King, President's Day week, Thanksgiving.
Disclaimer: Happy to discuss long term rental. Payments are only accepted in US Dollars unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance. 2 night minimum stay. No cats. Dogs negotiable. NO SMOKING please.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 19, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Idyllic experience in a fully equipped, cozy, and perfectly situ
I stayed for nearly two weeks and couldn't have asked for more. I didn't have to bring anything with me. It was all there. And, it is nestled into such a perfect location-- near small and beautiful towns. I loved my experience and look forward to going back each year.
R & R
Welcoming, comfortable, convenient
A charming and comfortable farmhouse perfect to relax and unwind. Surrounded by nature but close enough to the village for shopping convenience and wonderful restaurants. Amazing cultural events are also within easy distances.
We would definitely recommend this property to a group looking for a cozy getaway for a weekend or longer. In fact, we already have!
Such a lovely farm house with a cozy atmosphere, all the things you need for a perfect long weekend.
Elaine is the perfect host very friendly and an amazing help, take advantage of her plate painting class.
We arrived put away our bags and relaxed the entire time, there are no worries at the Hoffman house!