Apple Tree Inn - Lenox, Massachusetts, 01240, United States

Our Inn

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Our property consists of 22 hillside acres with stunning mountain views and a curving driveway leading up to the main house.  We are located a mile and a half out of the historical and charming town of Lenox, overlooking the Lake in Stockbridge and just up the hill from the world famous Tanglewood, summer home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Our Main house was built in 1885 when the estate, named the Orchard was established by Miss Cecile Bristed.  The original structure consisted of what we now call the parlor, the entrance hall, and rooms 1 through 6, 10 and 12. In 1899 the house was sold to the Pease Family and took its place during the opulent age in the Bershires often referred to as "Inland Newport."

From the Gilded Age to the last and largest Alice's Restaurant, The Apple Tree Inn is filled with history and wonderful stories.

As a guest at our Inn, you will enjoy the tranquil times of days gone by and share relaxing moments with family and friends.

Any time of year is perfect for a stay at our Inn, which has been restored to its original beauty and splendor.

Apple Tree Inn
10 Richmond Mountain Road, PO Box 699
Lenox, Massachusetts, 01240, United States
Call: (413) 637-1477

Info

Apple Tree Inn

The best value in lodging in the Berkshires. Located in Lenox, MA. The Main House was built in 1885 as a private residence. It has been an inn since 1937. In the 1960′s and 1970′s it was a well known singles resort name Avaloch. In the 1970′s it included the third and last Alice’s Restaurant. It contains a large parlor with a fireplace, a tavern, the restaurant, the inn office and 13 country inn style guest rooms, including 3 suites. All rooms have private baths and wireless internet. Some of the rooms have fireplaces or mountain views. The use of stairs is required to access all of our rooms. Baggage service is typically available from 8am until 3:30 pm. Baggage service is not usually available outside of that time period. We have a 3-night minimum stay on weekends in the summer, a 2-night minimum stay in rooms with fireplaces in the winter, and a 2-night minimum stay on some holiday weekends.