Berkshire tourism

This is a picture of the Cranwell Spa & Golf Resort in Lenox, Massachusetts.
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A Denver-based hospitality company is looking to buy and expand a landmark Berkshire County resort once owned by Harriet Beecher Stowe.

A rendering of the Lenox Manor Hotel and Event Center
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A Berkshire lodging operator is proposing a 100-room hotel highlighted by a large event center for Lenox.

A local cookbook author is taking a serious “staycation” to highlight the nature, culture and food the Berkshires have to offer. Working with Berkshire Farm & Table, Alana Chernila and her husband are starting a 75-mile walk from the Vermont border to the Connecticut border Sunday to see the sights of Berkshire County – stopping to fuel up at well-regarded restaurants and rest their heads at the area’s lodging sites.

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Spring in the Northeast marks a change from short, blustery, cold days to extended and hopefully warmer days. In the Berkshires especially, it brings anticipation of the upcoming summer tourist season.

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The Berkshires are widely known for tourism, but what about people flocking to the region for its food? Well those in the industry are working to make that a reality.

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A vacant position at the head of Berkshire County’s workforce and career center has been filled.

It’s the peak of the summer vacation season, meaning thousands have flocked to the Berkshires. But where do year-round residents go to relax?

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Massachusetts and regional tourism agencies are working on ways to attract more visitors from overseas.

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The Berkshires are known as a tourist destination, but until recently North Adams hasn’t fully tapped into the industry.

A Weekend of Events in the Berkshires

Sep 20, 2013
The summit of Mt. Greylock in western Massachusetts
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Events across the Berkshires this weekend are garnering some national attention.

Charles Birnbaum is the president and founder of The Cultural Landscape Foundation. Created in 1998, the organization aims to teach people how to identify and appreciate landscape and landscape architecture.