Berkshire’s Getaway in the Springtime

Plan Your Spring Break Escape to Lenox, MA

As the last of the snow and ice melt away and temperatures begin to climb revealing the sunshine’s warmth, why not consider a Berkshire’s getaway to pack away the winter doldrums and welcome the beauty of spring!  Rediscover the glorious sights of the season as the grass morphs from a wintery gray to a luscious green, and the flower gardens erupt with color. During your getaway explore the outdoors, discover local attractions and stay at our bed and breakfast in the Berkshires.

Springtime flowers in the Berkshires

Explore the Outdoors

There is no better place to watch the rebirth of nature than in the hills of the Berkshires – witness the growth of new foliage on the trees and bushes signaling a new season with hiking trails and scenic overlooks to discover. Bask in the beauty of the hills and valleys – Hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail.  Visit the breathtaking Bash Bish Falls in Mount Washington one of the highest waterfalls in Massachusetts. Some call it the mud season, but for the dedicated birdwatcher, a pair of snug boots to keep  your feet dry and binoculars slung around your neck are all the gear necessary for an afternoon of bird siting. The Audubon Society’s Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary features seven miles of trails on over 1000 -acres in Lenox.

Couple hiking in the Berkshires, MA

Visit Local Attractions

The Berkshires has always attracted wealthy visitors who having experienced the beauty of the region, solidified their commitment to the area by constructing weekend “cottages.”  Many of these elaborate structures remain today and are featured as historic homes and museums for vacationing guests to explore. The Mount, home of the novelist Edith Wharton, is one of the beautiful historic restored homes now open to the public with extraordinary grounds and gardens. Ventfort Hall, another meticulously restored property in Lenox, was constructed by the Morgan family and is also available for visitors who wish to come and examine a bygone era. Visitors can also harken back to an earlier era when Hancock Shaker Village – a living history museum – existed as a thriving agricultural business and spring brought calves, piglets, lambs and chicks to the farm. Come be part of the annual spring celebration of Baby Animals on the Shaker Farm from April 15 till May 7.

Devonfield in the Springtime

Stay at Devonfield Inn

After a busy day of hiking, biking and exploring, return to the Devonfield Inn and indulge in a complimentary cordial and relax in comfort and style at this country inn, situated on 32 pastoral acres. Walk the grounds, examine the gardens, relax by the fire-pit or recline by the pool before heading out to one of the many restaurants within a 3 minute drive. Book your Berkshire’s getaway today! Be sure to check out our special rates and packages.