Grand relaxation in the Berkshires..
Taggart House was constructed in 1850 by noted Stockbridge resident Henry Dwight Sedgwick.
Recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn combines fine 19th century architecture with luxurious comfort and modern amenities.
The premier destination in all of New England.
Some three hours northeast of Manhattan, (The region is equidistant from Boston) the Lenox-Stockbridge section of the Berkshires is prized for its gentle countryside and cultural goings-on
The Berkshires is the western-most county in Massachusetts, stretching north to the Vermont border and south to Connecticut. To the west is New York State, and to the east a ridge of hills over which runs the Appalachian Trail.
The Berkshires are able to boast the best aspects of both town and country living - nowhere will one find the natural beauty of the Berkshire landscape coupled with our world-class offerings of business, culture, recreation, and art.
A lovely village in the Berkshire Hills of western Mass.
Stockbridge is peacefully situated in the heart of a quiet and beautiful valley. Visitors are impressed with the charm of the town and those who live here are proud of her role in history, science, and the arts . Since its incorporation as a town in 1739, Stockbridge has grown from an Indian mission to a quiet village of gracious living to multifaceted town that serves as a resort for tourists and a country retreat for many well-to-do urbanites. Few other places of its size can offer its visitors and residents a world-famous music center, a renowned summer theater (Berkshire Theatre Festival), a museum dedicated to a beloved American painter (The Norman Rockwell Museum), as well as historic mansions, a botanical garden, and a broad range of accommodations, dining, and shopping.