Top 25% of all hotels, based on cleanliness and condition.
AAA Inspector Notes
This 18th-century Colonial farmhouse sits on 27 acres along with their impressive equestrian facility. Guests may board their horses and the inn has one dog friendly cottage. The equestrian center has indoor and outdoor arenas, a jump field, training areas and extensive stables to choose from. The inn is a 'stone's throw' from Tanglewood and Lenox. A hearty American breakfast is served each morning with options.
Smoke free premises. 12 units, some kitchens and cottages. 3 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors.
no phones, wireless Internet. Some: refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers.
Sports & Recreation
sauna, cross country skiing, game room, lawn sports, trails, exercise room, massage.
N, pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 5 guests
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Pros: Comfortable. Hotel employee was very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was cooked to order and delicious.
Cons: Our smartphone would not work there, and the pay phone in our room was dead.
Pros: We loved everything about our stay. The Inn's lovingly maintained history is apparent in every polished corner, but it is not a museum, its atmosphere is sumptuously comfortable and relaxing. The personal care, and attention to every detail that would make our stay perfect, was much appreciated.
Cons: We could find no fault with the Inn at Richmond, our only suggestion for improvement would be for more signage on the approach to it, as it is situated on a winding country road.
Pros: It was very friendly and clean and just a nice place to relax
Where to snooze after the...
Pros: The owner Johnny was engaging and chatty. Near great hiking and the BSO. What is there to ask for?