Charge Your Electric Car at Brook Farm Inn! It’s Our Newest Amenity.

September 9th, 2015 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn has two charging stations – one for a Tesla and another for other electric cars. We’re combining our long tradition of service and commitment to our guests with new, eco-friendly technology. The service is free, and available only to guests staying at the inn. Tesla Electric Car Partnership with Select Registry As a Select Registry […]

Spring Bed and Breakfast Special

April 6th, 2015 by philhalpern

It’s time for our Spring Bed and Breakfast Special.  Celebrate the arrival of spring in the Berkshires by reserving one of our elegant and comfortable rooms for a stay now until May 24th, and receive a discount of $ 50 off per night in any room.  Full breakfast is always included, and afternoon tea and scones are […]

“Andy Warhol By The Book” – Williams College Museum

March 11th, 2015 by philhalpern

“Andy Warhol By the Book” is the fascinating new exhibit at the Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, MA.   Warhol is known as a pop artist who represented popular culture through paintings and films, and was an icon of fame and celebrity.   Yet his early years as a graphic designer are less […]

Norman Rockwell Museum Tickets With Inn Package

February 24th, 2015 by philhalpern

Norman Rockwell Museum tickets for admission are included with Brook Farm Inn’s Winter Lovers’ Package, so here’s what you can enjoy at the museum in the near future. Brook Farm Inn guests who purchase the package will also enjoy reservations in one of our elegant rooms and a fine dining experience at Alta Restaurant. Rockwell’s […]

MASS MoCA Exhibits

February 13th, 2015 by philhalpern

MASS MoCA exhibits are always interesting and surprising, and our visit there yesterday did not disappoint!  MASS MoCA is the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, in North Adams.  It’s a short drive from our Lenox B&B, Brook Farm Inn. MASS MoCA Exhibits – Bibliothecaphilia This exhibit showcases 6 artists who investigate libraries in both a […]

Snowshoeing, Cross Country Skiing in the Berkshires

January 30th, 2015 by philhalpern

Snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the Berkshires is at its best now!  We’ve been enjoying the trails at Pleasant Valley, a MassAudubon property right here in Lenox, MA.  It’s a stone’s throw from Brook Farm Inn bed and breakfast.  The wooded trails of the Berkshires are pristine and beautiful, well marked and maintained.  Here […]

Valentine’s Day in the Berkshires

January 23rd, 2015 by philhalpern

Valentine’s Day in the Berkshires is always special, and the 2015 calendar makes it easy to celebrate, since  Valentine’s Day occurs during the 3-day Presidents Weekend. Visitors will enjoy the natural beauty of the Berkshires, where beautiful snow covers the ground under sunny blue skies and crisp air. Go skiing, snowshoeing, shopping in our boutiques and galleries, […]

The Tea House Times Features Brook Farm Inn

December 15th, 2014 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn has been featured in the The Tea House Times!  This online publication is beautifully written and illustrated, with articles about tea products, tea service, recipes, and tea houses.  Events for lovers of tea are listed too.  Brook Farm Inn has been selected for inclusion in the January/February issue, because of our tradition […]

New Year’s Celebration in the Berkshires

November 20th, 2014 by philhalpern

 New Year’s Celebration in the Berkshires Celebrate 2015 by joining us at Brook Farm Inn, Lenox, MA,  for a special Berkshires celebration!  It’s romantic and cozy by our fireside, with the snowy (we hope) mountain scenery outside.  Our traditional Champagne Brunch will be served on New Year’s Day for guests staying at the inn.  Another […]

Festival of Trees for the Christmas Season

November 19th, 2014 by philhalpern

The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA has opened its annual Festival of Trees.  The event coincides with the Christmas season.  This year the theme is On Safari, and the local Berkshire Eagle’s headline reads “Trees Gone Wild!”  Visitors can walk through the exhibit of 80 large trees and 60 smaller ones, all creatively decorated within the […]