• Romantic Lenox Bed and Breakfast bathroom
  • Romantic Lenox Bed and Breakfast
  • Romantic Lenox Bed and Breakfast with fireplaces and jacuzzi tubs
Bonner Room

This large front corner room is the original master bedroom and has a king bed and fireplace. Antiques and vintage fabrics, along with down comforters and warm peach walls create a peaceful haven. The view from the windows is of the beautiful and historic Trinity Church. The bath is oversized, featuring a walk-in shower.

  • Four-poster king bed
  • Fireplace
  • Private bath with a walk-in shower
  • Largest room in the Main Inn building
  • TV with cable
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Air conditioning

The Story Behind the Name…

Bonner Room

robert-bonnerOlder Lenox residents remember Kate d’A Bonner to be the cream of Lenox society in the 1920s and 30s. Her parents, Robert “Ed” Bonner, Jr. and Kate d’A Griffith Bonner inherited the New York Ledger, NYC’s largest weekly newspaper, which was founded by her grandfather, Robert Bonner, an Irish immigrant.

They purchased this home, Wynnstay, in 1917 from the Struthers. It was renamed after one of their sons, Hampton, and then given to Kate in 1920. The maternal side of the family is French and directly descended from General Lafayette.

"During the Shakespeare & Company production of my play An Impossible Life, my wife and I — and the director and cast of the play — not only stayed at Hampton Terrace, but also hung out there, partied there, and had a wonderful time there. Stan and his family were welcoming and made us all feel so much at home, we all left wishing they would adopt us. A splendid place to work, to play, to rest, and to meet friends and colleagues. We’ll be back. Frequently."
David Black, Author (Pulitzer Prize nominee) Screenwriter (Law and Order, Hill Street Blues, 100 Centre Street)