Bel Air Room
Rich, deep and red. This dramatic room is a King, featuring a down comforter and vintage throw pillows. New Widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels. There is also a CD player with romantic classical CDs. In the bathroom, you will find our largest antique claw-foot tub with shower. Air conditioning, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and bath amenity collection.
Your reservation confirmation includes a list of our recommended restaurants, as well as a list of activities and links to help you plan your stay. Rates do not including 11.7% tax | $25 for each extra person | 3-night minimum on weekends during July & August. 2-night minimum on weekends in October. No extra gratuity charges.
Why it’s called the Bell Air Room
Main house rooms are named after former owners of this property. Captain Robert Shaw Oliver of Albany, and his wife Marion, constructed their home on this site in 1873 (replaced in 1896 by the Struthers' "Wynnstay"). This room overlooks the site of the former "Bel Air" mansion, the home where Mrs. Oliver grew up. Unfortunately, Bel Air was destroyed by fire a century later. Marion Oliver was the niece of the Haggertys, the original owners of Ventfort Hall, which was moved across the street and renamed Bel Air when the Morgans built the current Ventfort Hall. Marion was also the daughter of William Rathbone, who constructed the first Wyndhurst mansion, now Cranwell Resort.
Praise for Hampton Terrace
...I just wanted to thank you for the most amazing sleep I've received since March. I'M NOT KIDDING! Working on 'All My Children', I am at the studio at 6am, only to return home from at midnight and after memorizing my next day's dialogue, back to sleep at 2am - for 3 hours, before I do it all again. Your home is so beautiful, so charming, so exquisite and filled with such an amazing personal touch - I wished I could stay forever (or at least another night!) I can't wait to have a proper vacation from my busy work schedule to fully take advantage of (what i later heard!) was an amazing breakfast, the beautiful town of Lenox, but mostly quality time in such a beautiful, historic, clearly so loved by its owners, bed and breakfast. Thank you again for your warmth and hospitality.
Sabine Singh, "Greenlee Smythe" All My Children