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Hampton Terrace
91 Walker Street
Lenox, MA 01240
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Open 24 hours (lodging) Check-In: 2:00 PM Check-Out: 11:00 AM (Unless other arrangements made with innkeeper or if expressed within a lodging package)



Hampton Terrace makes your Berkshires vacation the experience you deserve. For 76 years, Hampton Terrace has brought its guests back to the Gilded Age. The details reflect this, such as the Georgian-era fireplaces, the upkeep of the grounds, and the Southern-style breakfast that complements the New England locale. In addition, we provide our guests with an insider's view of the area: what's great, what's hidden, and what's truly unique. That's why unsolicited comments on rate Hampton Terrace the Berkshire's top Bed and Breakfast/Inn. Whether your interest is history, music, fine arts, outdoor activities, or just relaxing, Hampton Terrace is the place that caters to your desires.



Beethoven Love Elegies

Let's combine a few of our favorites:   Beethoven, Edith Wharton's The Mount, and Deborah Grausman - the uber-talented performer/impressario who stages "Broadway in the Berkshires," and always allows us to host the after-party at Hampton Terrace.

From this point, I will quote directly from a blog by Seth Rogovoy, who puts things so well.  I shall not try to improve...

(LENOX, Mass.) – “Beethoven Love Elegies,” a dramatic program interweaving a script drawn from Beethoven’s letters and diaries...



Many call it The Tanglewood Season.

And it certainly is.   Tanglewood has been drawing about a half a million people to the area per year since 1937.   Those patrons, educated and cultured, are the reason a number of other options have sprung up over the decades:

THEATER:   Berkshire Theatre Festival.  Williamstown Theater Festival.  Shakespeare & Company.  Barrington Stage Company...

MUSEUMS:   Clark Art Institute.  Normal Rockwell Museum.  Berkshire Museum...

HISTORIC HOUSES:   The Mount.   Naumkeag...


Lauded for its natural beauty and elegance, the Berkshires have long been featured as a must-see location. Nestled amongst the dreamlike setting of rolling hills and bright red barns, it’s no surprise that the area has been featured on many Top 10 lists, including Travel + Leisure’s own, “America’s Most Romantic Winter Destinations.” Forbes, in their “10 Unexpectedly Romantic Cities,” found it impossible to name only one town, instead including the entire region in their feature. And even the...