Turn back the clock to the 'Gilded Age.' An experience Traditional Home Magazine has called "absolutely perfect" and "enjoy Gilded Age glamour and elegance at one of the East Coast's premier getaway destinations." Hampton Terrace was built in 1897 to participate in Lenox's annual summer social season, which included other local 'cottage' owners, such as the Morgans, Astors, Carnegies, Vanderbilts and Westinghouses. An Inn since 1937, Hampton Terrace is located in Lenox town center and is one mile from Tanglewood. Enjoy beautifully detailed public rooms with sconces, fireplaces, elaborate moldings and a breath-taking three-story suspended stair. Rooms are updated, air-conditioned and feature antiques and vintage fabics. More than half include fireplaces and spa tubs. Romantic and intimate. Heated outdoor pool. Walk to Lenox's heralded shops and restaurants. Full buffet breakfast included.
4.8 on October 03, 2013
Stan quickly greeted us after we arrived. He personally showed us to our room and explained how to work everything. He was immediately available by cell if we needed anything. He was never intrusive. Ambiance was wonderful throughout the inn. Breakfast was promptly served, hot and delicious. There was even a bar available that provided glasses and dishes for a self serve cocktail hour. I would definitely stay here again.
4.4 on August 04, 2010
The innkeeper was very helpful and flexible. The breakfast was delicious, a yummy French toast, varied fresh fruit and outstanding coffee. We had lunch at a restaurant that was suggested to us and were very happy with it. We would definitely come back again.
4.0 on July 25, 2010
The room was beautiful. Our only complaint is that we were woken by a trash truck right outside our window at 5:45 a.m. It was extremely loud, including shouting by the driver. We thought a loveseat might have been nice, rather than two widely-spaced chairs. One strange thing did happen: at one point the shade on the large window went up on its own (wound too tightly?), and later the window closed itself!! Mmmm. BUT! the bed was very comfortable, the room was perfect in every other way, the property is lovely, and we loved that we could walk to Shakespeare & Co., and to shops and restaurants.
4.6 on June 30, 2010
When we started coming to the Berkshires we tried other B&B’s but once we found Stan and the Hampton Terrace Inn we now come back to them every year. The two main reasons are: one because of the location. You can walk to everything, Shops, Dinning, Tanglewood, Shakespeare and Company, and more. If you want to get into your car you are close to all of the Berkshires attractions. The second reason is Stan and his wife Susan. They are great and have a wealth of knowledge of the local area. Plus they just nice people…. What more could you ask for! (OK the breakfast is scrumptious too)
5 on March 12, 2008
What a find Hampton Terrace is! From the time you walk in and are greeted by Stan, the innkeeper, and the winding staircase, you feel a sense of WOW. I was lucky enough to get a tour of the inn, and got to visit many of the rooms. They're all fabulous. The Carriage House King Suites have everything you might want - whirlpool tubs, fireplaces, TVs with DVDs and tons of room. The inn rooms have really captured the history of the building with built-ins found even in the bathrooms. I stayed in room #1, and loved it. The woodburning fireplace added such an ambiance after a long day. Stan, the innkeeper and breakfast cook introduced me to grits. They were really good. There is a fabulous bar in the parlor and Stan gives away gift certificates to the local wine store to people who stay two or more nights, so you can pick out a favorite bottle of wine and then enjoy it at the bar. What a cool idea that is. I didn't get a chance to see the pool uncovered (visited in winter), but the setting is wonderful. I hope to come back when I can see the pool. I highly recommend Hampton Terrace.
Our queen rooms are modern and located in either the main inn or the carriage house by the pool. All have private bathrooms with 72" Jacuzzi tubs, corner fireplaces, HD TVs, a/c, free WiFi in the room, free Keurig coffee and water bottles, down comforters. IMPORTANT: An upgrade to a king room may be possible: CALL 800-203-0656.
Nightly Rate: $249 - $299
Nightly Rate: $249 - $299
Spread among three buildings we have 7 king or king suite rooms. All feature private baths. PIck a Jacuzzi, claw-foot tub or walk-in shower. Those with tubs also have showers. All but one have fireplaces. HD TVs. Free WiFi. A/C.
Nightly Rate: $279 - $329
Nightly Rate: $279 - $329
Downtown, Mountains, Small town
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 50 miles
From the airport exit, take the access road to I-91 North. Travel north 20 minutes to I-90 West (Mass Pike). Travel west on I-90 to Exit 2 30 minutes. From Exit 2, take Hwy. 20 West through Lee and into Lenox. Pass Cranwell golf resort on right. Two traffic lights past Cranwell, turn left on Walker Street (Hwy 183). Travel 7/10 mile and Hampton Terrace will be on your right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Tanglewood, Norman Rockwell Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Tours
Historic Inn, Mansion
Board games, Computer, Library, Microwave, Parking, Piano, Pool, Telephone, Walk to mass transit
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wet bar, Wi-Fi
Downhill Skiing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Tennis courts
Stan & Susan Rosen
A former concert promoter, Stan was brought to Lenox by the Dick Clark-led National Music Foundation as Development Director, after helping to raise $10 million to build the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The foundation moved out of state, and Stan and Susan stayed in Lenox. They bought Hampton Terrace in 1999 so their four children could stay in Lenox schools. Stan loves to share his knowledge of Lenox and the Berkshires with his guests - and he is full of rock n' roll stories.
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-free is no problem.
Three flavors of French Toast
We get 100% positive feedback on our Saturday morning staple: Traditional, Chocolate or Cinnamon French toast. (Pumpkin in the Fall). Heated local maple syrup. Sausage.