The Village Inn, Lenox

The Village Inn

16 Church Street

In 1771, this comfortable Federal-style home and two nearby structures were built by John Whitlock, who welcomed overnight guests. A few years later a small section was added to join the buildings and The Village Inn soon gained a reputation for fine hospitality, a tradition that has continued for over 200 years. Today the Inn offers modern amenities, while its unique and historic charm has been carefully retained. Each guestroom is individually decorated with antiques and reproductions, many have a four-poster canopied bed, some have a fireplace. All have telephone with voice mail, CD-FM radio, TV/VCR tastefully placed in an armoire, private bath with hairdryer and magnifying mirrors, most with whirlpool tub. A Video Lending Library of over 200 movies, hot beverages and cookies are complimentary. The Inn is conveniently located in the historic district of Lenox, a quintessential New England village in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains. Open all year with winter and spring specials.