Walker House is located in Lenox, Massachussets, near town center.
Innkeepers, Peggy and Richard Houdek, welcome you to enjoy thier historic Bershire home. The house, built in 1804, has been recognized as a classic American Ferderal architectural landmark. Walker House is centrally located and a great haven for guests to enjoy activities of the Berkshire mountains all year.
The home has eight double bedrooms, decorated in antiques, each with private bathroom. Guest can enjoy the grand piano and books in the Parlor, as well the outdoor and screend verandas. Good films, operas, plays and events are shown on the giant 12-foot screen of the Walker House Cinema.
In the morning, a delicious breakfast is served in the dining room. Afternoon tea is also available.
The surrounding landscape of Walker House offers a delightful three acres of peaceful wooded grounds, which guest can explore, picnic and take in.
Within walking distance are several fine restaruants and entertainment. The Berkshires host many festivals and events throughout the year, such as: Berkshire Theatre Festival in nearby Stockbridge, Williamstown Theatre festivals, the Mac-Haydn summer musical theatre, Shakespeare & Co., the Berkshire Choral Festival. Also nearby are renowned museums and historic spots including the Norman Rockwell Museum, MassMOCA, Hancock Shaker Village, Clark Museum and Chesterwood.
For your getaway days, and for holidays, family reunions and weddings, consider Walker House in Lenox, where the air is clear and the pace a bit slower. It's less than three hours driving time and only slightly longer by Bonanza bus from New York, and even closer from Boston. Come, help us celebrate the history and charm of one of America's best-known small inns.