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Behold the Beauty of the Berkshires

Berkshire County sits in stunning the Berkshire Hills of southwest Massachusetts. Hikers, skiers, rock climbers, artists, and musicians alike are drawn to area for all the scenery, activities, and venues it has to offer. The area is home to many biodynamic and organic farms, renown farm-to-table dining, farmers’ markets, lively downtown streets of merchants, and a variety of beautiful homes for people enjoying in-town life or more rural living.

Great Barrington, Massachusetts

A Quintessential Small Town

The town of Great Barrington has held the acclaimed #1 spot on Smithsonian Magazines “20 Best Small Towns in America.” Its bustling downtown street is lined with fine coffee shops, restaurants, and boutiques and is home to a prolific farmers’ market. Residents and tourists alike enjoy the two nearby ski resorts, the rich arts scene, and the plentiful outdoor activities of skiing, hiking, kayaking, and bouldering, to name a few.

Egremont, Massachusetts

Friendly Community and Scenic Views

The first glimpse of Massachusetts for travelers coming from New York along Route 23 is the quaint village of South Egremont. Egremont is a comfortable town made up of country roads and some legendary scenic views. Locals know and love all the hidden spots to dip into the beautiful Green River on a hot summer day. Skiers enjoy the slopes of Catamount Mountain resort just across the border in neighboring Hillsdale, NY.

Sheffield & Ashley Falls, Massachusetts

Vast Beauty and Hidden Gems

Just south of the more populated Great Barrington are the very attractive towns of Sheffield and Ashley Falls. This beautiful area is home to Bartholomew’s Cobble, a nature reserve and a wonderful destination for hikers, as well as the unique Racebrook Lodge.