• Jacuzzi tubs for a relaxing Vacation in the Berkshires
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  • Top Lenox, MA Bed and Breakfast Bathroom
  • Vacation in the Berkshires
  • Vacation in the Berkshires at Top Lenox, MA Bed and Breakfast
Rosalyn Elkan Suite

Our king suites provide a romantic escape any time of the year. Private, spacious and beautifully appointed, they feature a fireplace and the largest 2-person corner Jacuzzi we could find. The King bed is so plush and soft, you may never want to leave. Relax in your living space (not a separate room) with an overstuffed couch that can be converted into a bed, romantic gas fireplace, wet bar and refrigerator.

For those hot sunny days, dip into our outdoor, heated pool straight from your own personal entrance and sitting porch.

Relax in a large and deep 2-person corner Jacuzzi by the fireplace in your living room and feel all the stress leave your body. Your room also features a beautiful golden hand-ragged bathroom with pedestal sink and tub/shower combination.

The Story Behind the Name…

Rosalyn Elkan Suite

rosalyn-elkan-smallportraitThe 1929 Steinway in our living room has great significance. It was a wedding present from Stan’s great-grandfather, Eli Elkan to his new daughter-in-law in 1929. Rosalyn, an opera major at Indiana State, moved to Macon, GA and over three quarters of a century was the unquestioned Grand Dame of classical music in Macon. Founder of the Macon Concert Association and a co-founder of the Macon Symphony, she also was on the National Council of the Metropolitan Opera and knew all of the major classical music names of the day.

Many would stay at, or be entertained in her home while traveling through the South and that list included Robert Merrill, Claudio Arrau, Marilyn Horne, Roberta Peters, Jerome Hines, Artur Rubenstein, Isaac Stern, Itzhak Perlman, Richard Tucker, Emanuel Ax, and Arthur Fiedler. She and her husband, Stanley traveled extensively throughout the world from the 1930s through the 1970s, with many of those trips lasting months. Rosalyn lived until her mid-90s.

"Thank you for everything you did to six of us while we were staying there. Also I appreciate your trouble for kindly exchanging e-mail to my office. I am pleased to tell you that I met the curator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland as scheduled. I am enclosing herewith photographs taken together with you. These are unforgettable souvenirs for me. Getting back from cool and green Tanglewood to scorching hot Tokyo, I am at my wits end. Hope I can visit your place in the future. Please take good care of yourself."
John Lennon Museum, Tokyo