• A Two-Night Stay for Two in the Thunderbolt Trail Room ($199), Overlook Trail Room ($209), or Appalachian Trail Room ($259)
• Daily Full Breakfast for Two
• Bottle of Wine Upon Arrival
• Tasting for Two at a Local Winery
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Six Nights
No matter which season you visit, the Berkshire Mountains of northwest Massachusetts offer plenty of year-round fun, both indoors and out. Outdoorsy types mountain bike and hike along a local section of the Appalachian Trail, as well as on paths up Mount Greylock. Those with an interest in aesthetics can stop off at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Arts, which is one of the largest modern-art museums in the world, while American classics abound at the Norman Rockwell Museum. Sure, they're just blips on the map, seemingly middle-of-nowhere locales in the heart of the Berkshires, but towns like Adams and North Adams might just surprise you.
The mighty Appalachian Trail winds right past the historic Mt. Greylock Inn, a Craftsman-style B&B just a few blocks from the Hoosic River in Adams. Boasting lovely views of its namesake mountain, this quiet inn features individually decorated rooms appointed with queen-size beds, hardwood floors, and charming period antiques. Each morning, a hearty hot breakfast offers a delicious alternative to road-trip fare and microwaveable meals.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 15, 2014
Mount Greylock Inn
Overlooking the Appalachian Trail in Adams
- from $199