Surrounded by a Fredrick Law Olmsted-designed park, Wheatleigh is the kind of resort that beautifully blends into its fabled setting.
The tranquil Berkshire County in Massachusetts is famous for having inspired such writers as Hawthorne, Melville and Wharton; the latter had an estate in the historic town of Lenox, where she wrote The House of Mirth. Housed in a fin-de-siècle mansion surrounded by a Fredrick Law Olmsted–designed park, Wheatleigh is the kind of special country resort that blends beautifully into its fabled setting. Built in the style of a Florentine palazzo, the hotel retains such original details as Tiffany windows. The interiors, however, feature understated but artfully designed spaces. Emphasis is placed on courteous service and top-notch cuisine. The restaurant with its stunning glass enclosed terrace is ever-popular, especially during the annual Tanglewood music festival nearby.
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