Cornell Inn Lenox
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Cornell Inn Lenox
Travel Blogs from Lenox
... 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 ...
... interstate. As we headed West on The Mohawk Trail, we stopped to gawk at the view from the historic hairpin turn next to the Golden Eagle Restaurant in Clarksburg. We were bound for North Adams to spend one night before descending on J & P's cabin in Heath. To Maura's delight, The Porches Inn had a double standard room with a claw foot tub available. I was stoked after I saw their opulent 24 hour fitness center and read the ...
... i was wearing. I ended up having to throw out my sweatpants, but i washed all the other articals of clothing in the sink.
I had to do that and pack really quickly as we were leaving right after lunch.
We piled into the cars and drove back down to New York. I would have liked to stay longer in Lenox.
I was in a car with Jenny, Meghan, and Kelti, and Maki was driving. Jenny and I had tickets to see The Bridges of Madison County so we went in the ...
... of which Rockwell’s illustration so remind me.
I became aware of Norman Rockwell in 1989 on a fall leaf-peeping trip to Vermont with my parents when we stopped at a Norman Rockwell museum outside Rutland. I was a very small museum of his illustrations and not the official one, but I was quite fascinated by it. Only in recent years did I become aware there is a much larger museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts on the grounds of Rockwell’s ...
... the Plaza, and the big egg shaped thing on a pedestal on the plaza’s east side houses the New York State Theater.
New York’s State Capitol is probably the most grandiose in the country, fitting for the Empire State, the most powerful and populous state in the country for most of American history up until about a half century ago when New York was overtaken by California. The Capitol is very Victorian, highly ornate, and also very different from ...