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The Rookwood Inn is a lovingly restored Victorian bed and breakfast in the Berkshires. The guestrooms (king, queen, twins) have private baths and are individually decorated with antiques and modern amenities. Some rooms have private porches, canopy or four-poster beds, sitting areas and fireplaces. The Inn's location is peaceful and secluded, yet only a block from the town center and walking distance to shops, restaurants and Tanglewood. The public rooms, veranda, porches, gardens and lawns are for guests' enjoyment. The parlor is filled with music from the stereo or visiting musicians. Breakfast,delicious and healthy, is served in the dining room. Afternoon refreshments, with seasonal beverages and fresh baked goods provide an opportunity for conversation and relaxation. We're available to help plan activities, arrange for tickets and assist with dinner reservations.
This sunny room has a four-poster queen bed. Its turreted sitting area has a wing back chair, antique English armoire. And a love seat that opens to reveal a single sofa bed. Enjoy fresh air and cool breezes from your private screened-in porch.
Heirloom has a high, queen sized antique bed, two Victorian chairs and a Gothic Revival dresser. It has a private bathroom with shower.
Simplicity is our smallest fireplace room. What it lacks in size it makes up for in charm. The room has a queen bed, antique night tables and dresser and two chairs. The private bathroom has a shower.
Hope's Room can be set up with twin beds or a king. Antique chairs and dresser, and a small television complete this room named for one of the antique prints. The private bathroom has a shower.
Often called The Honeymoon Suite, this room is truly a gem. From the high, four-poster queen bed, you may view the fireplace or television. Sink into one of the comphy chairs and read, or relax. The turret bathroom has an antique clawfoot soaking tub for a great bubble bath and separate tile shower.
This 2nd floor king or twin mini suite is decorated in bold jewel tones. There is a sitting area in front of the woodburning fireplace with a loveseat that converts to a single bed. The closet hides a television. Full modern bathroom with tub/shower and all the luxury amenities. This rooms is perfect for romance, friend or family getaways.
Bouquet (#1) is a bright and sunny room at the front of the inn. It has a queen bed, two comfortable wing back chairs for reading, woodburning fireplace (in season), lots of windows and a private bathroom with shower.
This 1st floor two room suite has a living room with a double sofa bed, television/vcr. The bedroom may be set up as a king or two twin beds. Large private bathroom with tub/shower and plenty of storage. The suite even has a private deck with table and 6 chairs - perfect for an afternoon snack or private gathering.
This two-level suite is located at the top of the inn's 3rd floor. The lower level features a high, Renaissance Revival queen bed, gas fireplace (weather permitting) and private bathroom with shower. Walk up four steps into the turret for a bird's eye view of the hillside. The turret has a single daybed and television making this suite perfect for two friends, romance, or a family. Many have remarked that this is like Rapunzel's tower.
This lovely 2nd floor room is named for the peacocks on the antique wallpaper. The room has a beautiful king sized high canopy bed romantically ensconced in a netted canopy. The bathroom has a clawfoot tub/shower combination - perfect for a bubblebath to drive away the tensions of a hard week.
This is a very special room in all four seasons. This antique queen bedded room has a woodburning fireplace (in season) and its own screened porch. The bathroom, has an original clawfoot tub with shower perfect for a relaxing bubblebath.
This charming room is named for one of the most influential women in the history of Lenox, Deborah Quincy. This room has a romantic queen canopy bed from which the woodburning fireplace is in full view. The room has a nice sized private bathroom with shower.
This is a perfect room for a family, or friends who want separate beds. It has a beautifully carved queen bed with an English antique headboard and footboard, a twin sleigh bed and large armoire. The private bathroom contains a shower. The walls are decorated with silhouettes of the owners' family members.
The Aerie is a romantic "garret room" with an intricately carved British antique queen bed with footboard. Two wing back chairs in the dormer make a very cozy sitting area with views of the Berkshire Hills. This room has a private bathroom with shower
One of our smaller, "Tavern", rooms, Arbor has a queen canopy bed, skylight, and comfortable chair in the dormer, perfect for reading. Its private bathroom has a shower.
This newly renovated room has a antique cherry headboard on a high queen bed and a cozy sitting area with gas fireplace (weather permitting). A television is cleverly hidden behind doors. A small alcove with desk is perfect for a work station, journaling or as a vanity. The room has a private bathroom with tile shower.
One of our smaller rooms, The Tavern Room was named in honor of the small rooms available for travelers in the original inn during the early 1800's. This room has a queen bed, two windows, and a cozy dormer with a chair and table. It has a private bathroom with shower.
This newly renovated room has a king bed (can be converted to twin beds, if preferred), two comfortable chairs, a gas fireplace (weather permitting), and television. It has a private bathroom with a shower.
Lady Harrison's Suite (Room 20), is decorated with pink bows and flowers creating a romantic indoor garden. A king size bed, a collection of oak pieces, and dressing table complete the bedroom area. In front of the woodburning fireplace (seasonal) is an overstuffed love seat (twin sofa bed) and chair. Lady Harrison's Suite has a full bath with tub and shower. The option of twin beds is available.
3.6 on September 04, 2014
We stayed at the Rookwood Inn in June. The B&B was nice and we especially enjoyed the lovely common areas to sit and relax. The bed and bathroom were clean and.comfortable, altho the wallpaper and carpets are very dated. The Innkeepers were friendly, however breakfast was a big disappointment - there was nothing special about it and nothing with the local ingredients, breads, or produce - basically a plate of boring scrambled eggs over a processed English Muffin and poor quality tea and coffee
5 on July 20, 2013
We have been back to Rookwood annually for many years and are always met like family. The friendly staff never disappoint.
Thank you for letting us know you enjoyed your stay! One of the best things about innkeeping is our ever growing family of guests! We love having you come back year after year because of our inn, our staff and how we treat you! We look forward to your next visit!
5 on October 21, 2012
Amy: Our 2nd stay at your inn was every bit enjoyable as the first. The room was light, airy and delightful. The breakfasts were excellent. We especially enjoyed the Parmesan cheese "baskets". Thank you and your staff for your hospitality, and we hope to see you again. Rosalie and Mac.
5 on August 10, 2012
My friends and I have stayed at Rookwood Inn every summer for the past few years. We are delighted with the inn, the delicious breakfasts and tea times and the convenience to Tanglewood and Lenox.
4.0 on July 16, 2012
A great find. Excellent value. Friendly and welcoming staff. Walk to town.
4.2 on July 14, 2012
Beautiful inn. Loved the porches; the many little spots to sit and talk or read... Fantastic breakfast! The staff was extremely friendly and happy to help, rooms lovely and clean if a bit small. Fantastic location for exploring the town or seeing a concert. Would definitely return!
4.6 on February 22, 2012
The Rookwood Inn is a charming, comfortable B&B in Lenox, MA. Amy is a wonderful hostess--she happily accommodated my dietary needs, even as they changed over the course of my stay. Rookwood is walking distance from town, where one can shop and dine at great little bistros and restaurants. I give Rookwood an A+!
5 on December 06, 2011
Love, love, love this place. It's quaint, very well kept, and the staff make the whole experience incredible. Amy the inkeeper knows everything about the whole area - so she is the BEST resource to know where/when to go either with kids or as a couple. We've gone here at least a half dozen times in the last few years, and we've even taken our toddler. They had a port-a-crib ready for her, gave her her own breakfast which she loved, had a high chair ready, and just treated her like a princess! And she definitely felt like she was in a castle! We've stayed in 3 different rooms and have loved all of them. We've never had any complaints! I'm vegetarian and my husband is an avid meat eater and they always make amazing meals for us! Also - they don't let your coffee get cold! My husband went out to change a diaper, by the time he came back, they had decided he needed new coffee ;) - they are just great.
5 on November 27, 2011
We enjoyed our stay at The Rookwood Inn very much. Everything was outstanding. Amy, the owner goes out of her way for her guests. The breakfast was fabulous. We will go back again, that is for sure
5 on November 19, 2011
The title says it all. They really take the time to fill and exceed your needs. That's attention to detail. They are as sweet as fine chocolates. I eat the sugar free ones. Go and enjoy your stay.
Countryside, Mountains, Small town, Village
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 40 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Tanglewood - Boston Symphony, Clark Art Institute, MassMOCA, Berkshire Black Bears minor league baseball, Shakespeare & Company, Norman Rockwell Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
BBQ grill, CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Private entrance, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Guest Refrigerator, Spring Water in room, Wine Glasses in room, Concierge Services, 24-hour coffee/tea/hot water, Guest Microwave
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Music-concerts, Opera, Theater, Dance, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts, Water sports
Amy, a former social worker has an extensive background in health care, training and marketing. She loves to travel, read, hike, attend auctions and buy antiques. The Inn is a perfect backdrop to display her antiques, collections of Wallace Nutting prints and vintage handbags. Amy is a past President of the Lenox Chamber of Commerce, and serves on the boards of the Jewish Federation and Hevreh of Southern Berkshire. Amy is also a Justice of the Peace and loves to perform weddings.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
A delectable and hearty feast for the eyes & mouth, blending egg substitute, baked corn chips, and Mexican herbs & spices; prior to presentation, it is topped with sauteed mushrooms, sweet onion, & roasted red peppers, then cheddar cheese & quickly broiled; it is served, piping hot, with accompaniments of chorizo (mildly spicy Mexican sausage), salsa, corn bread, & fresh seasonal fruits.