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The Red Lion Inn - Stockbridge Inn: Western Massachusetts Inn, MA

The Red Lion InnStockbridge, MA
The historic Red Lion has been hosting generations of folks making memories and upholding family traditions. Located in a charming village setting, the Inn is central to the Berkshires’ arts attractions and outdoor activities.

Family-friendly hotel amenities include: a year-round heated outdoor pool & hot tub, dining from casual to elegant, guesthouses and suites with a kitchen, free WiFi, live entertainment nightly, a guest computer, Library, DVD Library, a fitness center and much more. Pets are welcome! 

Fun fact: The Red Lion Inn has hosted six presidents, but is currently well known for it’s present Lobby Ambassador, Simon the cat.

Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Childcare
  • Family Friendly
  • Handicap Accessible
  • Health Club Facility
  • Historical Features
  • Hot Tub/Jacuzzi
  • In-Room TV
  • Laundry
  • Live Entertainment
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Pet Friendly
  • Restaurant
  • Romantic
  • Room Service
  • Spa
  • Transportation Service
  • Wireless Internet Access

Activities

  • Biking
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Cultural Activities
  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Ice Skating
  • Mountain Biking
  • Shopping
  • Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Snow tubing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • Tennis

Dining

Since welcoming its first guests more than two centuries ago, the Red Lion Inn has developed a reputation for outstanding food and genuine New England hospitality. Those traditions are continued today by Executive Chef Brian J. Alberg, whose kitchen features contemporary cuisine that is rooted in the region's history. Emphasizing natural flavors and the use of fresh, local ingredients, Chef Alberg regularly updates the Inn's menus to reflect the bounty of each changing season. He is the runner up of the Victoria A. Simon Locavore Award and has made eight guest chef appearances at the James Beard Foundation in New York.
Guests can choose from the elegant Main Dining Room, the cozy Widow Bingham's Tavern, the casual Lion's Den pub, or, in warmer months, the flower-filled Courtyard. The Red Lion's wine list offers more than 200 selections, and has received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for nine consecutive years. Inquire about special themed, wine and artisan dinners. Please call 413.298.5545, email reservations@redlioninn.com or go to OpenTable.com to inquire about reservations.

Location


30 Main Street
Stockbridge, MA  01262

Phone:

(413) 298-1658

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Within minutes of The Red Lion Inn, dozens of year-round and seasonal attractions offer visitors a remarkable choice of museums, music, dance, theatre, and family-friendly activities. In addition, the Berkshires' natural beauty makes an ideal location for hiking, biking, golfing, canoeing, skiing, and other outdoor activities.
 
Stockbridge itself offers such pre-eminent institutions as Tanglewood (the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra), the Berkshire Theatre Festival, the Norman Rockwell Museum, Chesterwood (where Daniel Chester French sculpted his famous Lincoln and Minuteman statues), and numerous other destinations - many within walking distance.
 
The Berkshires are easy to reach by car from the major metropolitan areas of the Northeast, and a 45-minute drive from Albany International Airport.

Meetings

Meetings Capacity: 100
Meetings Guestrooms: 108
According to tradition, some of the Inn's first guests were colonial Yankees who met here in 1773 to defy King George III-with revolutionary results. Today, our fully equipped meeting rooms continue to provide quiet, distraction-free settings and modern amenities (free WiFi) for companies, associations and non-profit groups with their own important agendas. Paired with exceptional service, renowned dining, and convenient access from the Northeast's major metropolitan areas, The Red Lion Inn offers an exceptional and refreshing choice for meetings, conferences and retreats. There are eight private meeting rooms located throughout the historic Red Lion Inn. Each room features high-speed Internet connections, flexible meeting/function space, antique furnishings, and natural light. The Inn's rooms provide quiet, distraction-free settings in which to host your meetings and private functions. For more information, please call 413.298.1604 or email us!

Group Travel

Groups Guestrooms: 108
Group rates are available for room blocks and meals. Rates will vary depending on the time of year and the number of rooms requested. The months of May, June and September provide excellent value along with a comfortable climate that will allow your group to enjoy most of the attractions available during our peak seasons. The Red Lion offers a variety of room types to meet your needs, including rooms and suites with queen, king, or two twin beds. Accommodations are available in both the Main Inn and our charming village guest houses. To assist you in increasing attendance, we would be happy to supply you with photographs or digital images of the Inn , as well as descriptive text. We can also help you in planning your entire visit to the Berkshires. Our knowledge and relationships with area attractions can help you learn about this beautiful region known for its outstanding array of arts organizations and outdoor recreational opportunities.

Weddings

Weddings Capacity: 100
Weddings Guestrooms: 108
Imagine gathering with family and friends in a picture-perfect New England village to celebrate your most special occasion. The Red Lion offers wedding couples and their guests warm hospitality and superb cuisine in historic surroundings that will make your wedding all the more memorable for everyone.
 
Specializing in smaller events that deserve extra attention, The Red Lion Inn offers a variety of locations for the rehearsal dinner, ceremony, reception, or brunch, including antique-filled private rooms, the flower-filled courtyard, and other unique spaces. The Inn's wedding reception packages include a range of both buffet and seated dinners prepared by the Inn's renowned culinary staff. For the ceremony itself, the Inn's gracious function rooms and public spaces offer a range of options for groups from four to 100. Located within walking distance of several village churches (as well as the Shrine of the Divine Mercy on nearby Eden Hill), or consider holding the ceremony outdoors on the grounds of one of the numerous 19th-century estates in the Stockbridge area.
 
The historic Inn's experienced staff is available to consult with you at every step of the way, from the initial inquiry, through planning the event, to last minute special arrangements -- so that when the big day arrives, you can relax, confident that every detail will be carefully attended to. There are eight private gathering rooms located throughout the historic Red Lion Inn. Each room features high-speed Internet connections, flexible space, antique furnishings, and natural light. 

To contact a Red Lion Inn wedding consultants and receive additional information, call (413) 298-1604 or send an email here.

Rooms

Number of Rooms: 108
The Inn offers 108 rooms, including 25 suites. Most of the guest rooms are housed in the inn's main building are non-smoking Deluxe rooms offer either two single beds or a queen bed and a private bathroom. Queen suites are located in the main building and are outfitted with a queen-sized bed, separate sitting area with pull-out sofabed and private bathroom. Guest House Suites and Queen Rooms are located in one of the inn's historic venues: The Firehouse, a turn-of-the-century structure that was featured in one of Norman Rockwell's paintings; O'Rien House, once the home of a local school teacher; Stafford House, a romantic favorite; McGregor House, a traditional New England cottage; Two Maple Street, a quaint 1830s home; and Meadowlark, a secluded cottage on the nearby estate of sculptor Daniel Chester French.