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:

Please see our Stay Safe, Stay Small page for changes to amenities and services in response to COVID-19.

  • 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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"…We think the best part of the holiday was spent at the Hampton Terrace Inn in Lenox. This was a small inn (12 double bedrooms) which was an old clapboard house, full of character, and lovingly restored and furnished by the owner and his wife. Our bedroom was very spacious and comfortable and everything about the house was friendly, with welcoming lounges to relax in, and the family dog wagging his tail and coming up to us every time we walked across the lawn to the main house. We enjoyed talking to the owner, and to other guests over home cooked breakfasts, and for dinner, a street lined with very good restaurants was just a few minutes walk away. This was, without a doubt, the best part of our holiday, and we would not hesitate in recommending the Hampton Terrace to others."
Maureen B. UK, in a letter to the tour company who set up her itinerary in the U.