Located in the heart of the historic Berkshires in Lenox Massachusetts, lies the Apple Tree Inn. The property is host to an 1885 Victorian style manor with uniquely appointed guest rooms and additional accommodations in our adjacent, rustic, lodge building. While at the Apple Tree Inn, guests can enjoy a contemporary dining experience, heated outdoor pool, and a tennis court tucked away in the surrounding woods, all sitting on 22 acres of rolling hills facing Stockbridge Bowl. A visit to Apple Tree Inn will leave you both relaxed and inspired by the peaceful beauty of the Berkshires.
The Main house at Apple Tree Inn is host to 13 individually appointed rooms each with their own sense of history and character. Our Lodge Building is a rustic style building with 21 comfortable, quiet, rooms all with a mixture of classic and contemporary furnishings.
Since 1885 The Apple Tree Inn has been an iconic destination for memorable events. Our 22 acres of rolling hills, can host pool-side cocktails, sunset ceremonies, and outdoor dining. Inside our Victorian era mansion is also perfect for an intimate occasion in any of our beautifully appointed spaces.
In addition to the Berkshires natural beauty and bountiful offerings focused health and wellbeing – intellectual and artistic curiosity in our immediate vicinity is vibrant and abundant. The AppleTree Inn is proud to be in collaboration with the Long Meadow Art Fellowship which shares the values in supporting artist by providing them time and support to engage their own health, healing and time to connect or reconnect with their creativity. This shared venture will provide our guests and the larger community opportunities to view the art, engage in hosted events and more throughout the year.
At Apple Tree Inn your safety is our top priority. We are taking all measures possible to ensure you leave Apple Tree Inn rested, inspired and most importantly - safe. Click the link here to learn more about the COVID-19 safety measures we have in place. You can always call us or email us with further questions, or to discuss our practices further.Read more