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Marion Slocomb Suite

In addition to a huge four-poster king bed, the living space has an overstuffed couch that converts to a second bed. Enjoy your private sitting porch overlooking the outdoor heated pool. Relax in a large and deep 2-person corner jetted tub by the fireplace in the living room and feel all the stress leave your body. This room also features a beautiful bathroom with pedestal sink and tub/shower combination.

  • Four-poster king bed
  • Private entrance with a sitting porch
  • Living room area with a fold-out couch
  • Wet bar and mini-fridge
  • Corner gas fireplace
  • 2-Person jetted tub in living room
  • Private bath with tub/shower combination
  • TV with cable
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Air conditioning

The Story Behind the Name…

Marion Slocomb Suite

Marion Slocomb (Winborn) 1911-1979. We dedicate this room to Susan’s maternal grandmother Marion Slocomb. Marion was a fiesty, Southern redhead, married to Magruder Winborn. They ran a lumber and hamper mill in Lumberton, Alabama. Later, they moved to Poplarville, Mississippi, where Susan, her mother and siblings lived with their grandmother while her father was stationed in Korea with the Army. The Slocombs lived for a century in the South, but when Susan and I moved to Massachusetts in 1999, we were returning to her roots. The Slocombs had a home in Sutton, Massachusetts in 1640, just twenty years after the Mayflower. And in 1691, John Winborn married Elizabeth Hart of Salem, who ultimately, at age 70, became one of the most famous of the accused “Salem witches” and spent seven months in prison. Winborn’s ancestors were Montegues who came to Virginia in 1635.

"….”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

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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