Williamstown, MA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Williamstown

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Excellent
21 reviews
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The SpaceSpacious bedroom with one queen bed, private half bath, and a lovely view of the Berkshires. Full bath with shower and tub across the hall for your use. The house is newly renovated in a quiet neighborhood. We are less than five minutes from Williams College, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Mass MoCA, The Clark, the Appalachian Trail, etc. Guest AccessBathroom, Backyard deck, limited kitchen usage. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy visiting with our guests, but are also happy to give them space and privacy. The NeighborhoodIt's terribly quiet and respectful, and the views of the Berkshires are wonderful. It's a great spot for walking and jogging. Getting AroundWe are in a rural area. If you like to walk, it's about 1.5 miles to Williams College.
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12 reviews
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The SpaceWe have bedrooms available. You can rent both as a suite with a shared bath, or each room separately (see other listings for price and details). The house is newly renovated in a quiet neighborhood. One of the rooms has great mountain views, a small TV, and the brand new foam core double futon can be used as a bed or folded up into a couch for a convenient sitting room. We are less than five minutes from Williams College, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Mass MoCA, The Clark, the Appalachian Trail, etc. Guest AccessBathroom, Backyard deck, limited kitchen usage. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy visiting with our guests, but are also happy to give them space and privacy. The NeighborhoodIt's terribly quiet and respectful, and the views of the Berkshires are wonderful. It's a great spot for walking and jogging. Getting AroundWe are in a rural area. If you like to walk, it's about 1.5 miles to Williams College.
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Excellent
13 reviews
5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceNear Williams College, Perfect for student housing/ prof. housing - avail monthly or year round at negotiated rates. major ski resorts, hiking, lakes & foliage!! One of a kind property, nestled just off N. Main Street, this 4,100 square foot traditional home is new construction at its best. No detail over looked in this 5 bedroom, 4.5 bathroom and a nice size jacuzzi tub. Country estate on 7 breath taking acres over looking trout filled streams and mountains in the distance. High-end finishes throughout worthy of Architectural Digest, a totally finished basement rounds out this year round sanctuary.
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Excellent
36 reviews
5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceI have a mini gym. Interaction with Guestsas much as they need me too! The NeighborhoodI enjoy the beauty and quietness. Please do the same no more then 5 cars without letting me know so I can make arrangements.
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Excellent
144 reviews
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The SpaceThe cottage is best for a maximum of two adults or two adults and one child. There is a queen bed on the first floor and bathroom with small stall shower. There is a loft accessible by ladder/stair with a twin bed in it. Because of the access the loft is not suitable for really young children and because of the size of the cottage and the configuration of the ladder, the space is tight for three adults especially for multiple nights. We supply sheets, towels, blankets, pillows, and coffee & tea. The cottage is heated. Important note: There is no kitchen in the cottage. There is a mini fridge and a coffee maker, but there are no facilities for cooking. The "freezer" compartment in the fridge is not large enough or cold enough for anything that needs to be frozen like ice cream. If you need ice, please let us know and we are happy to provide it. There is no electric kettle but if you are a tea drinker you can make hot water by running water through the coffee maker with no coffee in it. We provide mugs, coffee, tea, and sugar but you will need to BYO milk or cream if you want it. We supply shampoo and conditioner but there is no blow dryer. There is a parking space at the end of the driveway near the cottage marked by a red wagon. A stone path leads to the cottage from the space. Please don't park on the lawn near the cottage as that could damage the septic tank. To leave we recommend turning around by backing up toward the ramp in front of the barn door. Backing all the way out of the driveway, especially if its dark, is very challenging. Guest AccessOur property borders Mountain Meadow, a Trustees of the Reservation property where there is terrific hiking. The bridge behind the house takes you to a trail that we have blazed which hooks up after about a mile to the Trustees' trails. The hike up is steep but there are switchbacks. Interaction with GuestsWe are generally around if you need assistance, but the cottage is a separate structure so you can come and go as you please, enjoy the quiet, and not really see us at all. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood feels like the country but you are only about 1.5 miles from downtown Williamstown. Our property backs up to the Mountain Meadow, a Trustees of the Reservations property. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation to the cottage. Downtown is about a two-mile walk and there are sidewalks most of the way except a short stretch on White Oaks rd. There is plenty of parking in the driveway near the cottage. Other Things to NotePlease note: There is a mini-fridge and a coffee maker, but there is no kitchen and the cottage is not equipped for cooking. (There is no kettle, but if you are a tea drinker you can just run water through the coffee maker without coffee in it and voila hot water for tea! ) We provide mugs and coffee and sugar but you should BYO H&H. (Half & half or milk). The "freezer" compartment in the fridge is not large enough or cold enough to keep ice or ice cream frozen. There is no hair dryer.
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The SpaceOne bedroom with a brand new foam core double futon. Sleeps one or two. Shared bath. Our house is newly renovated in a quiet neighborhood. This room has a small TV and great mountain views! We are less than five minutes from Williams College, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Mass MoCA, The Clark, the Appalachian Trail, etc. Guest AccessBathroom, Backyard deck, limited kitchen usage. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy visiting with our guests, but are also happy to give them space and privacy. The NeighborhoodIt's terribly quiet and respectful, and the views of the Berkshires are wonderful. It's a great spot for walking and jogging. Getting AroundWe are in a rural area. If you like to walk, it's about 1.5 miles to Williams College.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTwo bedroom in-law apartment with separate entrance has: - 1 bathroom, freshly painted and renovated - sunny living room with fireplace - two bedrooms (queen bed and full bed) - large eat-in kitchen, oak cabinets, fully applianced - brand new front porch. Free high speed WiFi. We do not have cable, but Netflex is available for you to pick something you like from thousands of movies and shows. Also, you can enjoy huge well maintained backyard. Non smoking property. Well behaved small pets considered. Guest AccessIt's a self containing apartment. We will be sharing only driveway. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy visiting, but respect your privacy. We love meeting new people, sharing dinner, and great conversation; exploring the area together or just giving tips. It also depends on our schedules when and how much we will be around. We can be involved in your stay as much as you'd like. If less involvement is your style, that's cool too, our feelings won't be hurt! We are also not against dropping you off downtown depending on our schedules. We really won't mind, just ask! Check-in and check-out times can be flexible when not solidly booked. Usual check-in is 4 pm and check-out by 10 am. We are a very flexible and reasonable family, take care of our home and we'll be happy. We love to host, so please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions or concerns. The NeighborhoodVery nice, quiet and private neighborhood. Other Things to NoteWe love our home and we hope you may too! My most recent review for this property (from another website): Paul S. said... Apr 8, 2015 Great place to stay in Williamstown Date of Stay April 4, 2015 This is a great place to stay in Williamstown. It is a nice 20 minute walk to downtown Williamstown or to Williams College, and close to the Wild Oats grocery store. The house provided a good base for playing games, reading, etc. and was clean and welcoming. Our hosts were very easy to reach and coordinate with for arrival. The nearby Spice Root Indian restaurant was particularly good and the Mass MoCA art museum was a highlight of the trip. My Response: Thank you Paul! I am glad to hear that you and your family had a great time! You are welcome back anytime.
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The SpaceLocated in a rural area but very close to Town. Views of Massachusetts highest mountain peak (Greylock). Great hikes and bike rides right from the back door. Including Trusties of The Reservation property, Field Farm. Return from your day of activity and relax on the screen porch or in hammocks amongst the pines. Note: Access to living floor and guest bedroom require climbing a flight of stairs from parking area. Guest AccessWhole house and grounds. Interaction with GuestsI'm in and out but live on the property. The NeighborhoodFive wooded and pastoral acres set on top of a hill in South Williamstown. The house is situated on the edge of an old white pine forest. Lots of great birding including Bard Owls. My neighborhood is a mix of farms and private homes. Getting AroundBike ride to town in 2.5 miles on route 2 or same distance mostly by dirt road and wooded trail to Stone Hill, Clark Art and town. Other Things to NoteMeals are not included but you are welcome to use the fully stocked kitchen to prepare food.
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The SpaceWe live across the street from the Williams campus and downtown Williamstown. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the TV room that is on the same floor as the bedrooms. Other Things to NoteWe do not have air conditioning any where in the house, but we do have at least one fan in each bedroom.
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Excellent
17 reviews
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceMy home sits on the slope of a hill surrounded on two sides by trees, with a bit of wooded area in the back. We are in northern Berkshire county, on a very quiet street away from the center of town, near Sterling & Francine Clark Art Museum, Williams College and Museum, Williamstown Theatre Festival, MCLA, MASS MoCA. There's a great local food co-op (Wild Oats Market), lots of hiking trails (including Mt Greylock), theater in the summers . . . it's generally a beautiful area. Directly up my street, a few minutes walk from my home, is the entrance to the Pine Cobble hiking trail. You would rent the sitting room / spare bedroom at the front of the house, which has a double futon bed with a memory-foam mattress topper. Your bedroom has direct access to the shared bathroom. (There is a separate entrance to the bathroom from the front hall.) It is a cozy sort of room with 2 windows, but somewhat spacious, with a large bookshelf full of books that you are welcome to read during your stay. In the summer months, I put a window fan in the back window of your room for some cool air during the warmer times. Guest AccessMy house is 2 floors, 1 1⁄2 baths, plus basement. You would have use of the common areas of the house (living room to relax; dining room to eat meals; bathroom of course; the kitchen to cook if you like; the front porch to sit in warm weather. It's homey here, and comfortable as long as you are happy sleeping on a futon with a memory foam topper! The futon bed can be set back to a sofa during the day, for more space in your room if you have a longer stay. You can use my wireless internet and, if needed, the laundry facilities in the basement. You would share the bathroom with, primarily, my nice roommate whose bedroom is on the opposite side of the house. I use the main bathroom just really for showers as I don't have a shower in my 1/2 bath upstairs. Interaction with GuestsI am an artist / poet with a part-time outside job, and my current roommate is a pleasant fellow who goes off to work most mornings. My roommate beginning in November is a nice young woman who has a very polite dog. (She is a dog trainer & groomer, and so is very careful with her dog's appearance and behavior . . . and she does keep her dog in her bedroom most of the time.) You would possibly see us randomly, mostly around breakfast or dinner time. PLEASE NOTE: We are clean, but not pristinely clean; we are comfortably orderly! We're relaxed and friendly. Very neat folks may find my house a bit cluttered (stack of books on the coffee table; a children's shelf with an assortment of kid's reading and play materials in the front entrance room; my sewing machine in the dining room open with my sewing materials ready for action.) I don't provide breakfast for you, but I sometimes like to make a batch of muffins which you will be welcome to share, and I have a little coffee maker and coffee in the dining room for you to use, along with a selection of teas, and a friendly little red tea kettle in the kitchen to heat your water. I leave a collection of informational materials (in a basket in your room) that may help you to plan your activities, and you can ask me if you have questions about the area or if you like to chat. But, I am also happy to leave you to your privacy. And I leave a small card on the bureau in your room with my various contact information, in case you might need to speak to me while I am out of the house. (I am at my 9-5 job 4 days per week.) The NeighborhoodThe house is on a dead-end and very quiet road, with only 4 houses on the street, and so traffic is minimal. In nice weather, the enclosed front porch is a very pleasant place to relax; in winter, there is plenty of room there for storage of skis. My driveway is small, but will fit 2 cars side by side and another car behind mine. You would probably be parking beside my car on the right side of the driveway. (My roommate will probably park behind my car on the left side.) We have a local railway nearby, which is not a passenger rail. It passes close enough to my house to make some noise, so you may hear (unless you are used to it, as I am) the train passing in the evening on its regular schedule. Getting AroundWe have the BRTA (Berkshire Regional Transit Authority) which runs buses on a regular schedule to and from the local cities/towns, but does not run after dinnertime, and only about once an hour. If you are arriving by bus or train, you would be dropped off at the Williams Inn, which is, perhaps, a 30/35-minute walk (but a nice one) to my house. The Williams Inn is not a bus terminal, but is a stop for Peter Pan bus lines with a waiting area inside the inn. Other Things to NotePlease note: If T Mobile is your cell phone carrier, you will have trouble with reception in our area! My guests who have T Mobile complain of not being able to use their phones while visiting.
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5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceTown walking trails (Linear Park) to the Green and Hoosic Rivers and town tennis court are accessible from back yard. Fireplace in the living room. Includes all stainless steel appliances in kitchen. Within walking distance to downtown. This house is very rare and has a great vibe. Guest Accessentire house Interaction with GuestsAsk, whatever is needed to make there stay the best! The NeighborhoodBeing quiet and close, neighbors are great be respectful, parking etc. Getting AroundIt's a 10 minute walk to Spring Street in Williamstown Other Things to Note3 day minimum
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The SpaceThis quaint two-level house is located in the heart of the Berkshires in Williamstown, the home of Williams College. It is situated on a quiet street about a 15 minutes walk from the center of town, walking distance to the Williamstown Theatre Festival, restaurants and a short drive to MassMoca, Clark, and WCMA Museums, as well as Mount Greylock, Art Galleries and the towns of Pittsfield, Lenox, Stockbridge, North Adams and Bennington, Vermont. The whole upstairs level would be yours during your visit – it is a very private “suite” and sleeps up to 5 people. The space is clean and airy. It has a bedroom with a queen size bed and a separate living area (w/ tv/cable, a full day bed). You also have a landing with a twin bed and treadmill area.The full bath is newly remodeled. Skylights and windows bring tons of light. For added privacy, there is a thick curtain at the bottom of the stairs to separate the space from the downstairs. At the top of the stairs, before you even enter the suite, there is a small landing with a a twin bed, a treadmill and an exercise bike, which you are welcome to use. Past the landing is the door to the suite – the first room is the large living area with two windows facing the street. This room includes a full size bed and provides an entrance to the bathroom. On the left you have a private full bath with skylight, and through another door you have the bedroom with a queen bed and ample closet/dresser space for your things. The bedroom faces East and has two large windows as well as another skylight. I provide clean bedding, towels and toiletries. You have free WIFI, and you can park your car in the driveway. Aside from the whole upstairs, you are welcome to use the kitchen and dining room in the mornings to prepare your breakfast. You may use utensils, pots and pans, dishes and some of the basic ingredients like oil or salt and pepper as long as you leave things clean after each use (I have a dishwasher which helps!). The English style garden right outside the kitchen will charm you with its serenity – there is a privacy deck and a vegetable garden, as well as garden chairs for you to relax! There is also a nice neighborhood pool that you can use in summer. I am retired educator and an artist - I live downstairs and have my painting studio there as well. I love to meet new people and enjoy hosting guests. The neighborhood is quiet and the view pleasant. The skylights add a view to the sky as well as light to the upstairs. Parking is always easy and free. But you will enjoy the walks to the different places. You can also exercise/walk on Williams College Campus and playing fields. Arrangement can be made if you need to do a wash. Guest AccessAside from the whole upstairs, you are welcome to use the kitchen and dining room in the mornings from 7 to 10 a.m. You may use utensils, pots and pans, dishes and some of the basic ingredients like oil or salt and pepper as long as you leave things clean after each use (I have a dishwasher which helps!). I will leave coffee, tea and fresh farm eggs for you to prepare breakfast. Bring your own milk and bread. The English style garden right outside the kitchen will charm you with its serenity – there is a privacy deck and a vegetable garden. If you come when the vegetable garden is "generous" I will gladly let you pick some organic veggies or fruit. You will enjoy visiting birds as you relax or eat in our welcoming deck! You are also welcome to visit the Art Studio, but the living room and ground floor bedrooms are private. Interaction with GuestsI am retired educator and an artist - I live downstairs and have my painting studio there as well. I love to meet new people and enjoy hosting guests. I will be happy to guide you with directions or activities around town and I will have an updated binder full of ideas, maps and brochures. I am here to help but will stay discreetly in the background if you do not wish to interact. The NeighborhoodThe neighborhood is quiet and the view pleasant. The skylights add a view to the sky as well as light to the upstairs. Being able to park in the driveway will facilitate your life as you will be only a few steps from your Upstairs Suite. You are 5 minutes walking distance away from Williams Campus and 12 minutes from the center of town where you have shops, restaurants, theaters and museums. Getting AroundParking is always easy and free. The walks to museums or theater are pleasant and short. You can also exercise/walk on Williams College Campus and playing fields. Many trails are close by and the views are beautiful. Other Things to NoteArrangement can be made if you need to do a wash. Space in the fridge is (website hidden) and Wi-Fi have very good reception.
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5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis beautifully maintained historic House On Main Street was known as the Victorian Tourist & Antique House in a by-gone era. It was originally constructed in the mid 1700's and was moved to this site, near where Fort Hoosac previously stood, around 1830. The house was visited by such famous personalities as President Woodrow Wilson, who enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner here in 1914. There were many additions and renovations before it was fully remodeled in 1986, taking great care to preserve the quality features of the house. Today there are six spacious, airy bedrooms for our guests to enjoy. In our latest remodel, we have included a Pro-Style 6 Burner Gas Jenn-Air Range, new living room furniture custom made by Taylor King and high end Serta mattress sets form the iComfort, iSeries and Perfect Sleeper collections, even a 48' Flat Screen TV, a BluRay DVD player with free Netflix, Pandora, YouTube and other viewing and listening services. It is inspiring to stay in a place where famous people have been and historic events took place. This home was once owned by Woodrow Wilson's daughter and the former President himself stayed here many times. In fact, he came to Williamstown during the voting process for his second term, believing he had no victory to celebrate. When he got the news that he had again won the Presidency, he gave an impromptu speech from the porch of this house. It is an historic and magical place. Guest AccessAmazing stove: Pro-Style 6 Burner Gas Jenn-Air Range, new comfy living room furniture custom made by Taylor King and high end Serta mattress sets form the iComfort, iSeries and Perfect Sleeper collections, even a 48' Flat Screen TV, a BluRay DVD player with free Netflix, Pandora, YouTube and other viewing and listening services. Interaction with GuestsWe are here for you as much, or as little as needed. Ease and fun are yours! The NeighborhoodThis is a beautiful, quiet, tree lined street. The area is quiet and private and still easy to walk, hike, run, ride bikes... Plus tons of stuff to do here. Good theater, cinema, museums, food, libraries, pubs, etc. Getting AroundYou can walk to everything in downtown Williamstown; The Village Beautiful from this house. Car is easiest transportation for the surrounding area but there are buses if you prefer. Other Things to NoteThere is plenty of parking on on the property.
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Guest AccessThe kitchen, bathroom, study, living room, back porch, yard, parking. Interaction with GuestsA bit, but will let them do what they need to. Getting Aroundthere is a bus to North Adams from Williamstown but having a car is good.
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Excellent
8 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceSituated on three private acres, this is THE perfect house in the heart of Williamstown. This 3,900 square foot home has 4 bedrooms, 3 ½ baths and offers nothing but relaxation. Ideal for family gatherings, get-togethers with friends, or a romantic weekend for two, this home is the ultimate space for summer & winter entertaining. The large kitchen offers plenty of gathering room for family and friends, and is fully-equipped with double ovens, a restaurant-style stove/grill with exhaust hood, warming tray, dishwasher, commercial-size refrigerator, wine refrigerator and freezer drawers. The house sleeps up to 12 people (additional fees apply for more than 8 guests). The four bedrooms each have queen beds, and there are two queen sofa beds-one in the first floor library, and one in the living room. The second-floor master bedroom has a gas fireplace and seating areas to read or just relax in your private suite. The master bathroom offers double sinks, a jet tub and a separate shower. Outdoor amenities include a wrap-around porch, lovely in-ground pool (summer only), outdoor grill and gorgeous landscape. Year-round, unwind in the outdoor hot tub. Inside there is a cozy library that looks out to the pool and a living room with a fireplace and a warm, welcoming vibe. You may also enjoy a movie on the upstairs projector. This “green” property includes solar photovoltaic electricity, solar hot water, and geothermal heating and cooling inside a well-insulated building shell. Whatever brings you to Williamstown--relaxation, a family vacation, a visit with kids at school, hiking, skiing or golfing-- you will find this home incredibly comfortable. With 3 acres of lawn area surrounding the house and a babbling brook along the perimeter, it is hard to believe that Williams College, The Williamstown Theatre Festival, Clark Art Museum and many restaurants are all within a quick 4 block walk. We have it all! Guest AccessGuests have full access to the house and grounds (only the garage is not available). Interaction with GuestsGenerally owner or owner's representative is available. The NeighborhoodThe 3 acres of the property is ideally located at the edge of the Williams College campus in the center of town in a great residential neighborhood. the location is within easy walking distance to the college, restaurants, shops and museums. Getting AroundTaxi service is available as well as limited bus service access 2 blocks away. Other Things to NoteIdeally located in the culturally rich Berkshires, this property is ideal for a couples getaway or family gathering.
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The SpaceThis is a welcoming, sunny, non-smoking house that provides indoor & outdoor space for socializing with friends or family. The master bedroom has a queen bed (with a new mattress) and a warm down comforter, the second bedroom has a double bed (also with a new mattress), and the third bedroom has a twin bed plus a trundle bed. The double futon in the living room can sleep two guests. Feel free to contact me about small-child accommodations (pack & play, high chair, safety gates, etc.). The living-dining area has a dining table and a double futon with a thick, comfortable mattress. Wifi is provided, as are a small television and DVD player. The kitchen is well-stocked, and a list of nearby grocery stores, restaurants and activities is provided. A patio table and chairs can be found in the backyard, and a charcoal grill is available for your use. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the house (bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, laundry) as well as the yard and driveway. Most pets are welcome, but you must let me know in advance about your pet guest(s). Interaction with GuestsI will most likely be in the next town (North Adams) and am happy to provide assistance. The NeighborhoodThe house is close to downtown Williamstown and Williams College, but is on a quiet, dead-end street with forest views. The Pine Cobble hiking trail and Sand Springs pool are each about a mile away. Easy drive to the Clark Art Institute, Mt Greylock, North Adams and Mass MoCA. I provide lists of outdoor and indoor activities in the area! Other Things to NoteTwo night minimum on weekends.
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Excellent
23 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceBuilt in 1930, this classic Berkshires bungalow boasts mountain views, hardwood floors, a glazed mud room/porch, original woodwork and cabinetry throughout, an open downstairs floor plan, a newly renovated kitchen and bathroom, a nice yard, and splendid gardens. Guest AccessGuests will have the run of the joint! Interaction with GuestsWe also live in Williamstown and are a phone call away should guests need anything. The NeighborhoodYou will never sleep better than in this house! It's super quiet and the view of the stars on a clear night is breathtaking. Getting AroundEven though the house is in town, you'll want a car to zip between cultural destinations, restaurants, and the College.
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The SpaceThree bedroom, two bath ranch house in beautiful Williamstown in the Berkshires in a very quiet residential neighborhood. Cable, wireless internet, air conditioning. Close to Williamstown theater in summer, close to skiing in winter. MassMOCA is a seven minute drive away. North Adams has become a destination for people around the world offering world class performances such as THE WILCO and BANG ON A CAN FESTIVALS. The CLARK MUSEUM, The Williamstown Theater and WILLIAMS COLLEGE are a five minutes drive by car. Nearby Mt.GREYLOCK MT. and the ADIRONDACK TRAIL are a hikers dream. . Winter and summer attractions abound in close proximity whether you like skiing, hiking, biking,rafting or just soaking in the surrounding beauty of the countryside. Summertime, only one hour away, offers you the TANGLEWOOD FESTIVAL in Lenox, dance at JACOB'S PILLOW in Becket, and the NORMAN ROCKWELL MUSEUM in Stockbridge.
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The SpaceThe house celebrates its bi-centennial this year; we added the bath in the early 1990s. We sleep downstairs, but may use the exercise equipment and TV on the second floor while you're here. Guest AccessYou will have access to the exercise equipment (rowing machine, some free weights with bench and lat machine), the deck, and the fenced-in back garden with mosaics and croquet lawn. Interaction with GuestsAt least one of us will be here to greet you and give you information about the house and the area. The NeighborhoodWilliams is a beautiful New-England college town with many cultural treasures including the Williamstown Theater Festival and three fabulous art museums: the Williams College Museum of Art, the Clark Art Institute, and the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (Mass MoCa). Short drive to ski slopes (around 20 minutes to Jiminy Peak). Additional cultural attractions in Berkshire County include Tanglewood and Jacob's Pillow. Getting AroundWe're an easy, pleasant walk, on sidewalks, from Williams College and Spring Street, which has shops, restaurants, a cinema, and a coffee shop. The walk to Cole Field, with its baseball, softball, and soccer fields, is even shorter. There is bus service from Williamstown to Mass MoCa; during the Wilco festival, the bus service is free. Other Things to NoteWe keep the cats out of the airbnb bedroom.
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The Space100+ yr old house with mid-century farm aesthetic. Chickens out back in the garden. Twin bed in the small room Queen in the big bedroom Couch is comfortable if someone wants to sleep on it! Guest AccessFull living space is yours. Interaction with GuestsI will check you in and stop by daily to feed the cat :) The NeighborhoodQuiet friendly neighborhood where I know all of the neighbors. Getting AroundShuttle to Solid Sound is in walking distance (.5 mile) Walking distance to Spring Street (Williamstown's downtown). 10 minute drive to Mass MoCA
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Excellent
8 reviews
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Getting AroundWe are a quick five minute walk to the bus stop that will take you to downtown North Adams! 12 minute bus ride will take you close to MASS MoCA and MCLA. Downtown Williamstown is a 15 minute walk (and a 2 minute drive!)
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The SpaceCharming 100+ yr old farmhouse beautifully renovated last year. All new, fully equipped kitchen flows into an open-concept dining room and living room. The brand-new downstairs half-bath includes a laundry closet with stacked washer and drier. Upstairs are three bedrooms (1 queen, 1 full, one with 2 XL twins -- sleeps 6) and a full bath. Hardwood floors throughout: new oak downstairs and gorgeous century-old, wide-plank pine upstairs. Fully furnished in the transitional style. A spacious screened-in front porch becomes is an open-air living/dining space in summer. Outside, there is a small, private backyard and a 1 car garage. Lots of amenities: washer/dryer, dishwasher, TV/VCR/DVD. Guest AccessThe entire house is yours to enjoy during your stay. Interaction with GuestsI'm available by phone, text or email anytime. If the need arises, my housekeeper and handyman can stop by to help with any issues. The NeighborhoodLocated half a mile from Williams College – a 20 min walk to campus for graduation, alumni reunions, and the Williamstown Theater Festival. Two world-class museums, the Clark and MassMOCA (home to Wilco’s Solid Sound Festival), are a few minutes by car. Williamstown is a great jumping off point to explore the riches of the Berkshires and southern Vermont: take a day trip to Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow, or Shakespeare and Company to the south, or meander north to visit Bennington, VT, the Green Mountains, or Saratoga Springs, NY. You’re in the middle of it all… and in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by Williamstown’s famous sweeping vistas, gentle mountain slopes, hiking trails, and family farms. Other Things to NoteYour small, well behaved pet can travel with you to our house if you clear it with us first. A pet fee of $25/day applies. We clean the house thoroughly between guests, but those with extreme pet allergies should know that dogs and cats do sometimes stay in this house.
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4 reviews
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe home is extremely well maintained. I provide all towels, sheets, and toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, soap, toothpaste). First floor of the home boasts a large kitchen which opens up into the living room. Half bath also located on first floor. Second floor has 4 bedrooms - master bedroom with queen, attached master bath and laundry, second bedroom has a full size bed. Third and fourth rooms have twin beds. I have a spare twin mattress that I can also set up. There is also a 2nd full bath with tub. Large backyard with patio and bbq, as well as a trampoline and large playground. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire house. Large back yard. Patio with BBQ. Trampoline and large play structure for the kids. Interaction with GuestsWe will be out of town that weekend so the entire house will be yours!
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The SpaceWe are across the street from the Williams College campus and downtown Williamstown. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the TV room that is on the same floor as the bedrooms. Other Things to NoteWe do not have air conditioning any where in the house, but we do have at least one fan in each bedroom.
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    Lots of space, great yard, walk to everything: restaurants, museums, Williams College, theater, night life, etc. Plus, nearby ski and tubing areas. This beautifully maintained historic House On Main Street was known as the Victorian Tourist & Antique House in a by-gone era. It was originally constructed in the mid 1700's and has been visited by such famous personalities as President Woodrow Wilson, who enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner here in 1914. It has been recently remodeled, taking great care to preserve the quality features of the house. Today there are five spacious, airy bedrooms for our guests to enjoy. Chef’s kitchen, high quality furniture and beds (so comfy!) even a 48' Flat Screen TV, a BluRay DVD player with free Netflix, Pandora, YouTube and other viewing and listening services.
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    The SpaceApartment is on second floor. Space includes: Bedroom with queen size bed with air conditioner; living room with flat screen TV; eat in kitchen with all cooking amenities(URL HIDDEN) Tenants living in this seven unit building are long term and very quiet. Guest AccessBesides a private balcony guests are welcome to use table and chairs on the front lawn. Interaction with GuestsHost and Hostess (Rich and Pauline) live in one unit of building and are usually available to answer questions about the vast selection of "things to see". The NeighborhoodThe location is an easy drive to rafting on Deerfield River, Historic Deerfield, Saratoga Racetrack, Lake George, Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass, Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, Mt. Greylock the highest peak in MA. and on and on.... There is live Theatre every where as well as numerous museums. Getting AroundThis area has limited public transportation; a car is pretty much necessary. However, it is a great area to ride bicycles. Other Things to NoteSouthern Vermont, the Berkshires in MA, and upstate NY have so much to offer - there is never enough time.