At the intersection of history and culture,
The Egremont Village Inn brings you the best of Berkshires hospitality.
Originally built in 1786, with various additions over the last 233 years, the Inn is on the National Historic Registry and is one of the oldest buildings in the area. It features 12 charming rooms, each of which offers a variety of amenities to accommodate your needs, including two dog-friendly rooms and one dog-friendly suite. A complimentary country breakfast celebrating local flavors and purveyors, including produce from our garden, is served daily with your stay.
The Inn sits on a beautiful property just two miles from Great Barrington and is one of the first stops across the New York and Connecticut state lines. It provides that just-right mix of convenience for a weekend getaway, proximity to Berkshires attractions, and country charm, including some charismatic chickens and goats.
About 150 feet from the Inn sits the Egremont Barn, which was built in the 1820s. After two years of meticulous restoration, it has become the premiere intimate live music venue in the area and has been featured in Vogue. On any given night, you can witness the best up-and-coming singer-songwriters and bands from around the country — on others, you may see a Grammy-winning legend perform. Dinner is available Wednesday to Sunday at the Barn from 5 p.m., in addition to a full bar featuring craft beer and cocktails. The menu offers healthy, unleveled pub fare with an ever-changing list of seasonal specials, and both indoor and outdoor seating are available.
Whatever your reason for traveling to the Berkshires — whether it be the scenery, the arts and culture, or the recreational cannabis dispensaries — The Egremont Village Inn is the area’s preeminent hub for relaxation, entertainment and community.
- 2019 Best Berkshire Inn, Best Live Music, Best Burger, Best Hip Restaurant (The Berkshire Record Readers’ Poll)
- 2018 Best Berkshire Inn, Best Burger, Best Karaoke (The Berkshire Record Readers’ Poll)
- #1 B&B in South Egremont - Trip Advisor
Hiker? Enjoy trails of varying length and difficulty throughout the area, many of which run adjacent to the Appalachian Trail itself. Some of the area’s finest hikes are only 3 minutes away!
Gourmand? Enjoy dinner out downtown and/or a trip to the farmer’s market in Great Barrington, only 5 minutes (3.8 miles) away. Pick blueberries in the summer and apples in the fall at one of our nearby orchards, too.
Theater Fan? See a performance at the Mahaiwe Theater in downtown Great Barrington, 5 minutes (3.7 miles) away; Berkshire Theater Group, 15 minutes (11.4 miles) away; Shakespeare and Company, 25 minutes (16.3 miles) away; or Barrington Stage Company, 35 minutes (24.2 miles) away.
Dancer? Attend a workshop and/or view a moving performance at the world-renowned Jacob’s Pillow, 40 minutes (24.2 miles) away.
Art Enthusiast? Visit the Schantz Galleries and Norman Rockwell Museum, just 20 and 25 minutes away (10.9 miles and 12.5 miles), respectively. Another day, make a trip up to North Adams and visit The Clark and Mass MoCa, a 70-minute and 47.7-mile trip.
Bookworm? Check out The Mount, Edith Wharton’s stunning estate, only 20 minutes away (15.5 miles).