The Kemble Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews The Kemble Inn Lenox
Travel Blogs from Lenox
We finished our last locks of the trip! Yahoo!
We stayed at the Troy public docks and walked the city area. It was hopping with many people beginning their weekend celebrations and lots of outdoor restaurants were full of diners enjoying the warm summer night.
"That man looks like he has a combine harvester for legs." "Would that make him a trac-taur?" So peter had a bad night's sleep last night and took him a while to wake up today. We made up for it with a 'Vermont-style' breakfast, which was so tasty! Even the toast was twice as thick as normal bread! Afterwards we took a look around Stowe (and some random steep side-roads thanks to our satnav having a funny turn). We had some time to kill so we drove west ...
Nite-Ize review The Nite-Ize headlamp has been great, we have been doing more night hikes. Both of us have stopped using our Petzl lamps - due to the brightness and ease of use, that the Nite-Ize headlamp offers, over our Petzl headlamps. The new updated headlamps have been improved, and have no issues. I just recieved the Nite-Ize rechargeable Tactical Light. It has proven to ...
... that looked to be having a great time.....jumping off the cliffs ....wish I could join them, it has to be fun. Neon's mom and dad were at it again! They were at a trail crossing, we sat for about an hour...before saying goodbye again. At this point, all the hills were behind us....nice flat land ahead, only 8 more miles to go! Then....a porkypine! I tried to catch it...but just ended up with a bunch of quills as a memory of him. ,As we hiked on, we met a father ...
... filled from floor to ceiling with circus memorabilia and Dan had given us an old Ringling poster reprint last year.
The first thing you notice as you head toward Dalton and drive through the town: signs and posters everywhere advertising our show. Dan makes his own wooden signs that he puts up on every available street along with posters and signs pointing the way to the show and to parking. Every year ...