5 on May 29, 2017
We loved every moment at Journey's End Lodge with Carlos and Allen. Carlos gave us a very interesting tour upon our arrival. There are many architectural museums which highlight the making of historical structures, it felt as if we had the opportunity here to stay in a structure that could end up on that list in the future. Enormous white pine logs sculpted together by Virginian "Log Wights" make up the structure. The great rooms are open and airy, warm and inviting, reflecting the graciousness of our hosts. I felt at home here, but better. In the morning, after enjoying a luxurious bubble bath in the jacuzzi tub (just use a little bath soap! The tub jets made more bubbles than I expected!) Carlos and Allen put on a delightful breakfast complete with many ideas for area activities. It made us want to extend our stay another day. We couldn't do that on this trip, but look forward to booking again in the future. Thank you Allan and Carlos!!! Hope to be back again soon! PS Mike and I took a bunch of pictures of the lodge. They were exactly like the pictures on line. Carlos and Allen really keep the lodge immaculate. What you see online is really what you get.
4.8 on February 17, 2013
After reading exceptional reviews on Trip advisor, I decided to book a room at Journey's End Lodge. My daughter was visiting Williams College and I wanted to treat myself to a nice bed and breakfast. The home is exceptional--bright, airy, and beautifully designed and decorated--nothing like a log cabin home that you would imagine. All of the rooms are spacious, spotless and well heated. The views are amazing and Carlos, the host was very friendly and accommodating. The food was homemade and delicious; the scones, fresh fruit, french toast, tricolor potatoes and pressed coffee were all more than I expected. The only negative about this site is the very steep driveway which could be challenging on snowy or very wet days without an all wheel drive vehicle. It did snow lightly the night I had stayed and Carlos had the driveway sanded very early so this would not impede my travel. I would highly recommend staying here if you want to expose yourself to a world class experience.
5 on December 29, 2012
My wife and I stayed at Journey's End over Christmas while visiting her family in the Berkshires. The lodge itself is spectacular, not like any log construction that I've ever seen. Not a nail to be seen, nor any electrical or plumbing visible to the naked eye. Great high ceilings and great views of the surrounding area. Our hosts, Carlos and Alan, couldn't have been more welcoming. The food was delicious and plentiful. The coffee was superb. I can't say enough about this place, we will definitely be returning.
5 on December 28, 2012
My husband and I stayed at New Journey's End, over Christmas while visiting family in the Berkshires and we were thrilled with it. The building itself is awe inspiring...truly a sight to behold. The rooms are as comfortable as the lodge is majestic. Each room has it's own thermostat which is something you don't usually find at a B+B. Carlos and Alan are wonderful hosts and made us feel so at home.We will definitely be going back. My favorite amenities... classical music plays softly in the background super comfy beds jacuzzi tub for 2 in the master bedroom home made cookies available 24/7 french press coffee served with heated frothy milk (yes please!) yeasted waffles served with tropical fruit salad and passion fruit juice bacon cheddar biscuits/cranberry pineapple muffins Eggs Benedict served with tricolored potato home fries and mango Caribbean style They even treated my visiting family members to coffee and cookies. If you like first class accommodations, fine food and warm hospitality then New journeys End is the place for you!