When Mother Nature calls over Massachusetts way, it's the Berkshires, a rugged mountain range stretching across the western edge of the state, that pick up, a place popular with outdoorsy types for the abundance of trails on offer and the arts-oriented for the local selection of cultural attractions.
THE BERTRAM INN OFFERS THE OPPORTUNITY TO STEP BACK INTO ANOTHER ERA. BUILT IN 1907/ THE BERTRAM INN WAS ORIGINALLY CONSTRUCTED AS A PRIVATE RESIDENCE FOR A WEALTHY BOSTON MERCHANT. THE PRESENT OWNER/ BRYAN AUSTIN/ HAS NOT ONLY RESTORED THE HOUSE/ BUT ALSO ESTABLISHED A COLLECTION OF PERIOD ANTIQUES SHOWCASED IN EACH ROOM. HE AND HIS WIFE HAVE RESTORED EACH ROOM TO A BALANCE OF ATMOSPHERE AND COMFORT. IN THE MORNING THE LIVING ROOM BECOMES A CHEERFUL BREAKFAST ROOM WHERE A HEARTY CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST IS SERVED IN FRONT OF A CRACKLING FIRE. AFTER A BUSY DAY THIS COZY RETREAT PROVIDES A PLACE WHERE GUESTS CAN RELAX AND TREAT THEMSELVES TO COMPLIMENTARY AFTERNOON TEA. WE ARE LOCATED ON A QUIET STREET IN BROOKLINE JUST 15 MINUTES FROM BOSTON CENTER VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION/ AND A FEW MINUTES WALK FROM A VARIETY OF SHOPS AND RESTAURANTS.
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