As you enter the Berkshires, and then Lenox, you begin to understand why the wealthy families of the era chose this area to build their great estates. This experience is only enhanced when you arrive at Hampton Terrace. You walk into a time machine that brings you back to the Gilded Age, where the parties were extravagant, and the living was carefree. The details reflect this – the Georgian-era fireplaces and bathtubs, the upkeep of the grounds, and the Southern-style breakfast that complements the New England locale, just for starters.

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Hampton Terrace guests enjoy the following amenities and services;

  • Full breakfast buffet daily
  • Air conditioned rooms and suites
  • Free Wi-Fi internet
  • Outdoor heated pool (open Memorial Day through Labor Day)
  • Tesla charging stations
  • Private tables for 2 available at breakfast
  • 24-hour complimentary Keurig machines
  • Complimentary cognac and liqueurs
  • Complimentary Spring water bottles and ice
  • BYOB family heirloom bar with plates, glasses, openers, ice, etc.
  • No mandatory gratuity, resort, parking or service charges
  • 1929 historic Steinway grand available for guests
  • Owners live on-site and available 24/7
  • Full-size guest refrigerators in each building

A Guide to Your Honeymoon in the Berkshires

A honeymoon in the Berkshires is an immersive cultural experience with world-class music, a booming arts scene, natural beauty and a rich history. The area has long been a destination for America’s elite and served as home to families like the Vanderbilt’s and Carnegies.


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"….”It was the first of December, all covered in snow…” Those words from James Taylor will forever bring me back to your place and the wonderful, warm time spent there. We arrived in the Fall (Nov. 30), when I awoke the next morning from a very restful sleep and looked out my balcony window, I knew the beauty James sings about. Quiet, white, home…the Berkshires did seem dreamlike on account of that frosting! The entire stay from beginning to end was full of wonderful images enhanced by your family’s warmth and hospitality. The ride back to New York City with Peter Reigert and Ylva Edlestein was dominated with talk about how we all felt we had just experienced a very special, magical few days, thanks in large part to your generosity. That is saying something coming from a bunch of jaded actors."
Ray Abruzzo, "Little Carmine," The Sopranos