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Driving Tours For Scenic Berkshires Fall Foliage

October 4th, 2011 by philhalpern

We have a series of spectacular driving tours all mapped out. Follow the maps and driving directions here, or set the GPS. Either way the beauty of the Berkshires is waiting for you.Tour 1: North Central Berkshire Approximately 64 miles Tour 2: Central Berkshire Approximately 78 miles Tour 3: South Berkshire Approximately 48 miles Tour […]

Fantastic Fall Foliage

September 19th, 2011 by philhalpern

Are you a fool for foliage? If so, you’re not alone. Foliage fans faithfully flock to the Berkshires for the best picturesque panoramas that fall has to offer. They know they’ll find vivid vistas at high elevation and the Berkshire landscape provides plenty of peak leaf-peeking vantage points such as Mt Greylock in the north […]

Vicki Lawrence is coming to the Berkshires

October 9th, 2010 by philhalpern

Comedian Vicki Lawrence — remember the “Carol Burnett Show?” — will be at the Colonial Theatre in Pittsfield on October 23rd, 2010.  She’ll perform as herself, and also as her character, Mama, from the show.  At Brook Farm Inn, your Lenox B&B, we still have lots of green leaves, so we think there will still be plenty […]

Colonial Carriage Weekend

September 30th, 2010 by philhalpern

October first through the third is Colonial Carriage Weekend in the Berkshires. This will be our fourth drive, continuing the Gilded Age tradition of Coaching in the Berkshires. The Berkshires, of western Massachusetts, known for its natural beauty, provided a favorite coaching setting for many members of the Coaching Club of New York at the […]

Fall Foliage Canoe Trips in the Berkshires

September 20th, 2010 by philhalpern

At Bartholomew’s Cobble in Sheffield, MA, the Trustees of Reservations are sponsoring fall foliage canoe trips.  The dates are Sundays, Sept. 26 and October 3rd, also Monday October 11th, from 9:00 to 12 Noon.  Your Brook Farm Inn innkeepers are members of the Trustees of Reservations, because the organization protects and maintains many Berkshires hiking trails and outdoor […]

New England Travel Tips

September 6th, 2010 by philhalpern

This is New England fall foliage season.  For travel  in the Berkshires, we recommend Karen Brown’s New England.  This guide is among many published by Karen Brown, and it’s a reliable way to find inns, B&B’s, and also to find help in planning your itinerary. Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, MA, in the heart of Berkshires foliage scenery, […]

Fall Foliage Forecast

September 27th, 2009 by philhalpern

The Boston Globe is predicting a brilliant fall foliage season. The rainy weather this past summer combine with the cool dry weather in September will yield brilliant colors in October. Many of the trees in our yard are turning yellow, gold and red. Below are links to the Globe article and a link to a […]

Fall Foliage Season Website

July 25th, 2009 by philhalpern

Can’t believe we’re already talking about fall foliage, because we’re in the middle of a delightful summer.  But we have to mention a website that we just became aware of, http://foliage.org/massachusetts/bed-and-breakfast/brook-farm-inn-berkshires-bb/.   It’s all about New England in the scenic autumn season, and we’re glad to say that there’s a lovely write-up of Brook Farm Inn.

Colors of Fall Foliage in the Berkshires

September 2nd, 2008 by philhalpern

Callers to Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts are asking about fall foliage — they want to know if the leaves are changing yet.  The answer is, a little bit.  You can see a few maples with orange leaves at the end of some branches, and even though the days are beautiful and warm, the evenings get […]

Autumn In the Berkshires

August 20th, 2008 by philhalpern

Lenox, Massachusetts is a prime destination for September and October.  The Lenox Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring these great events, and we’re telling all our guests at Brook Farm Inn about them.  Call us for more information.  Sept. 12-14 — A Weekend of the Gilded Age Sept. 19-21 — The Autumn Art Festival Sept. 26-28 — […]

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