Not sure where to start your adventures in Williamstown? Here are a few suggestions from locals who love where they live and want to share it with you.
An insider’s guide to getting outside.
Recommendations for our most sophisticated, cultured friends.
Advice for our hip, quirky, artsy friends.
Epicurean faves for those who love to eat.
Tips for moms and dads from moms and dads.
Bascom Lodge is a rustic stone and wood building at the summit Mount Greylock, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s on the Appalachain Trail. It is open from May to October.
Country setting on 50 acres of woods and rolling hills, swimming pond, gardens, and more.
An elegant 1832 Italianate Federal style home, was originally the luxurious estate of wealthy textile manufacturer Sanford Blackinton.
The Guest House at Field Farm offers an authentic modern art experience in spectacular natural surroundings.
The charm of the Victorian era with the luxury of the 21st century.
Two-bedroom, two-bathroom bed & breakfast apartment on a 700 acre working dairy farm in rural Williamstown.
Hand-hewn log home modeled after the Adirondack Great Camps.
An authentically restored 1770 Georgian Colonial now a bed and breakfast for history and antique lovers.
A Japanese-American guest house set high on a wooded ridge top.
First floor two-bedroom bed and breakfast suite with private entrance, next to Hopkins Memorial Forest.
Owned and operated by the City of North Adams. 100 sites. Open May 15-October 15.
Timeshare and vacation resort.
Homes and condos near the ski slopes and adventure park.
A 45-room boutique hotel on North Street in Pittsfield.
The 1896 House Inn and Country Lodgings is an upscale three building lodging and dining campus.
Guest rooms with traditional New England decor along Hemlock Brook.
Country Comfort in the Berkshires.
An all-suite hotel located at the base of Jiminy Peak Mountain.
Built in 1881, the Charles & Effie Cutting house is a fully renovated five room inn.
Old-fashioned New England elegance with modern convenience that can accomodate an overnight stay, meetings, and weddings.
Porches’ 47 rooms of retro-edgy, industrial granny chic ambiance make a spirited lodging statement in New England and beyond.
A 9 room organic inn dedicated to the green lifestyle.
124 rooms on the Williams College campus. Conference, meeting, and reception location for up to 200 people.
Located on over 4 acres of park-like grounds atop Harwood Hill with spectacular views of Mt. Anthony, the Bennington Battle Monument and Green Mountain vista.
Country charm, Swedish hospitality, and walking distance to town.
A small family-owned motel in the heart of Williamstown.
Connecting people who have a place to share with those who are looking for a place to stay.
Karin’s Place is an 8,000 square-foot home nestled in the woods of Bennington, Vermont.
A 50 acre mountaintop retreat offering a main lodge with guest apartment with three additional cottages.
The Mt. Greylock primitive backpacking camping area offers a car free environment with spectacular views and private wooded sites.
Farms, museums, mountain tops, and movie theaters — discover the unique locations in and around Williamstown.
Farm to table, elegant canapes, food trucks, and more.
Photographers, floral, beauty, bakeries, and more.
Specializes in fine real estate, including homes, acreage, and commercial properties. Licensed in Massachusetts and Vermont.
Residential and commercial brokerage licensed in Massachusetts, New York, Vermont, and Florida.
Services Northern and Central Berkshire County. Specializes in home sales, academic/summer rentals, and commercial properties.
Locally owned and operated agency with agents who live in the Berkshire County.
Our vision is to create a community that is multi-generational, mixed income, eco-friendly, accessible to all abilities, environmentally safe for those with chronic health conditions, and honoring of human diversity.
Fine homes, estate parcels, investment properties.
New England real estate brokerage since 1949.
Commercial spaces for artists and creative businesses.
Showcasing a variety of traditional and contemporary art from both emerging and established artists.
A gift and antique shopping destination covering four store fronts and two floors.
Civil War, Western era, Folk Art, furniture, books stoneware, farm tools, and much more.
Two-level, multi-dealer shop featuring antiques, collectibles, vintage, mid century modern, glassware and china, furniture, jewelry, pottery, art, tools, and treasures.
Explore your creativity and artistic expression at a painting or sculpting party.
Day-passes available at this co-working space for entrepreneurs, designers, journalists, freelancers, telecommuters and business creators but all professionals are welcome.
Williamstown’s only Apple specialists for sales and service.
Floral arrangements, plants and trees for the garden, gifts.
Jewelry, repair, engraving, trophies, baby gifts, batteries, and more!
The shop at MASS MoCA featuring art books, Sol LeWitt dinnerware, handcrafted jewelry, and contemporary gifts for kids and adults.
Art, design, gifts, and more on Spring Street.
An artful retail experience awaits.
Curated selection of contemporary Japanese design objects and a robust collection of art books.
An independent music store selling new and used vinyl records and CDs. Thousands of out-of-print records in stock and a huge selection of hard to find new and used CDs
An independent pet supply store specializing in natural and premium pet foods for cats and dogs.
Homestyle dog daycare and boarding.
Full-service pet boarding just over the border in Pownal, VT.
An eclectic boutique featuring an array of gifts and women’s clothing. Featuring Vera Bradley, PANDORA, Burt’s Bees, Fire and Light, April Cornell, and Crabtree & Evelyn.
The source for name-brand gear, canoes, kayaks, mountain bikes, backcountry, X-C skiing, snowshoeing, running and much more.
A unique combination of art, antiques, and collectibles from the region. Specializing in fine and decorative art, jewelry, handbags, Persian rugs, records, guitars, antiques, and gifts.
Large selection of on-trend fabrics, sewing notions, patterns, and books.
Shop MASS MoCA from home.
Features items handmade by local artisans. From fiber to ceramics, jewelry to stained glass, furniture to photography, and more.
Quality new and used outdoor clothing, footwear, and accessories for active lifestyles.
One-of-a kind woven clay baskets hand crafted by Gail and Phil Sellers.
A women’s clothing store: a burst of fashion with the freedom of comfort!
Find the perfect fit at Spring Street’s newest shoe store.
Four unique shopping experiences: gifts and cards, men’s and women’s clothing, Williams College apparel, and antiques.
An extensive selection of alpaca yarns and other natural fibers such as wool, cotton, and silk and other natural blends.
Bike sales and repair with over 30 years of experience.
Toys, games & gifts for the curious. Open 7 days a week.
The place for all items Williams College! From t-shirts to hats, stuffed animals to swivel chairs.
Door to door directions by plane, car, bus, train, and even ferry, with estimated times and costs from anywhere in the world. Also includes hotel listings.
Links to airports that service the Berkshires.
Links to Amtrak and MetroNorth train routes.
Appointment-based service between Albany Airport, Bus, Amtrak and Williamstown.
Town cars and limousines.
6am-12midnight. Service in and around Williamstown and North Adams. 24 hour notice for ride to Albany Airport.
Public bus routes, Amtrak service to Pittsfield, Peter Pan Bus information.
Visit MASS MoCA and rent a bike for only $3 per hour and tour the City of North Adams and the surrounding area.
Call 413-743-BIKE (2453) for more information and availability of bikes.
Art and Performance locations, Public art walking tours, admission walking tours, athletic facilities, library locations, Spring Street shop locations.
Large selection of “new old stock” parts, latest models, cutting edge clothing and accessories. Bike rentals.
At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts.
JK Rowling announced that the North American school of witchcraft and wizardry is located atop our very own Mt. Greylock!
Opened in 1914 as one of the first auto-touring roads in the country. Discover the wonders of Route 2.
Travel Route 116 starting in Adams and ending in South Deerfield, MA.