rustic Chestnut Lodge! vintage Berkshires home !

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  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2
  • B&B

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Bed and Breakfast

rustic Chestnut Lodge! vintage Berkshires home !

handsome and welcoming, this authentic Berkshire lodge will make you feel like you`re in an old fashioned Christmas card! fireplace blazing, wood floors post and beam, hand planed planks. in the kitchen the floor is marble slabs from the famous lee marble quarry. Daniel Chester French, the designer of the Lincoln memorial insisted on only lee marble and built his home and studio nearby.

we abut October mountain state forest, and 100's of acres of conservancy lands. in fact just 2 miles up the trails you can hook into the Appalachian trail.

we are also just 2 miles to lee prime outlets and historic downtown shopping.

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joanne t.

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rustic Chestnut Lodge! vintage Berkshires home !
Lee, Massachusetts

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Chestnut Lodge is available by the room during july and august . please see the yellow room, queens room , writer's room, the BIG room and the garden room individually for availability, thank you!

the lodge is on a dead end street which was on the edge of a town known as "dodgetown". It was a settlement made from the disgruntled Europeans that came to the New World hoping to find religious and political freedom , only to find it wasn`t much different in the seacoast towns of Boston, Plymouth and of course Salem.
the Lodge was the inn at the edge of town. the turnpike was once the trolley line connecting boston ,mass`s capitol to new York`s in Albany.

we are just 2 miles from exit 2 on the pike , the prime outlets and the historic downtown. by the way...when the people of dodgetown decided to build a really big church with a huge steeple, they put it to a vote: up on the hill in dodgetown or down river ...well by one vote the congregational church now sits downtown taking most of the inhabitants of dodgetown, too. 35 years ago , the last dodgertowner died and the rest is history. the congregational church still hold the record for the highest wooden steeple.

but we still have the Chestnut Lodge!

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Mountain nearby, Rural retreats

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Car is not necessary

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