Knotty Pine Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... t completely missed the fall leaves turning on the trees and the Green Mountains are beautiful because of it. I got very excited over some covered bridges in Bennington, we ate dirty food in a redneck diner and some not so great Mexican food in Manchester Center. So far so ...
... the magical kinship of J & P, instantly transported into a sanctuary of warmth and love. Phineas, peacefully radiating his sage-like wisdom and Jo nurturing us in her well seasoned, Richmond style hospitality. Maura and I wrapped up in a piney woods plaid blanket, comfy on Jo's handy-worked slip-covered couch. Comfortable conversation flowed as we sipped hot tea ...
... Imaginative renovation includes long verandas and bold inside/outside spaces. The interiors mix striking, colorful style with homage to the generations of mill workers’ families who lived here. The inn and its amenities…breakfast, the pool and more, are outlined a few clicks away...along with the rich attractions of this unique region. Dare to come...to Porches, to North Adams, to the Berkshires. You may never be the same!
... looks (hippyish), and demeanor (laid back) . Of course, it could just be me. Oops, I just read that that the Green Mountain Boys, ion August 16, 1777, helped defeat Gen. Burgoyne's army in the Battle of Bennington. Shortly before, Vermont had declared itself a sovereign state, only later joining the new American Republic. So much for "laid back". They still ...
North Adams and Williamstown are two towns a few miles from each other in the northern Berkshires that are quite different. If Williamstown is the quaint New England ideal of a quaint small college town with white steepled Protestant churches, North Adams is the somewhat less photogenic sister, a mill town populated by later immigrants in late 19th century that's fallen on hard times.