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Bel Air Room

Rich, deep and red. This dramatic room has a king bed, featuring a down comforter, vintage throw pillows, and a television. In the bathroom, you will find our largest antique claw-foot tub with shower.

  • King bed
  • Private bath with an antique claw-foot tub with shower
  • TV with cable
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Air conditioning

Please Note: This room has a traditional claw foot bath tub with a shower and a wrap around shower curtain. There are no grab bars and you have to step up into the bathtub. This room is not good for people with restricted mobility.

The Story Behind the Name…

Bel Air Room

belair-room-historyCaptain 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. She 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 constructed the current Ventfort Hall. Marion was also the daughter of William Rathbone, who constructed the first Wyndhurst mansion, now Cranwell Resort.

"I wanted to let you know that Jim and I had the most wonderful time at the Hampton Terrace. It was a remarkable weekend and you run a beautiful and comfortable b&b."
Lisa and Jim

Stay Small, Stay Safe

The health and safety of our guests and staff are our top priority, and we have made some important changes to prepare for your future visit to the Berkshires. We are currently accepting future reservations for stays starting on July 31st that can be changed or transferred to a rain check credit without penalty.

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