Looking for a great spot to grab a coffee in the Berkshires? ☕️ I sat down with the owners of Six Depot Roastery Cafe and chatted all about their business and the process of sourcing coffee. See why people drive from all over to visit this small roastery and cafe.
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, there's no denying that New England is steeped in history, legends, and folklore. In fact, it's one of my favorite things about the area. So, I put together the stories of 5 hotels and inns across New England perfect to tell at this time of year.
If you are a fan of Christmas, then visiting the Yankee Candle Village in South Deerfield, MA should absolutely be on your list of things to see in Massachusetts. The Village is one of New England's largest travel attractions with a 90,000 square foot location.
Tucked in the charming Berkshire Hills in Lenox, Massachusetts rests the Wheatleigh Hotel. Built in 1893, and designed by Boston-based architectural firm Peabody and Stearns after a 16th century Florentine palazzo. Materials and over 150 artisans were brought over from Italy in order to execute the intricate carvings seen throughout the property.
This weekend I headed out to the Kemble Inn in the Berkshires. The Inn feels luxurious without feeling stuffy. Several of the rooms are filled to the brim with natural light. Other rooms have a darker but sexy feel. The décor juxtaposes timeless elegance with a modern quirk that comes across as both charming and welcoming.