The Inn on East Main Street
Nestled in the hills of historic North Adams in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains, the Inn on East Main Street is a warm and welcoming destination for visitors on a holiday or business trip. Brimming with history, the house was built as a private home in 1881 by local retail entrepreneur Charles Cutting and his wife Effie. Bought back into the family by their great granddaughter, the house was fully renovated in 2010- 2011 and is opening in the spring of 2013 as an Inn.
The Inn is located next to the town library and is only a few minutes’ walk to downtown restaurants and local sights including the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA), the largest contemporary art museum in the country.
Relax in the downstairs rooms with light from every direction, high-beamed ceilings, carved fireplaces, solid wood doors, a library, a music room with a period-inspired gold mirror, a large dining room, and kitchen. Four large high-ceilinged guest rooms upstairs are inspired by writers of the Grand Era—Walt Whitman, Charles Darwin, Edith Wharton, and Emily Dickinson.
A full breakfast is served daily in the elegant dining room. All rooms have direct cable TV, high-speed computer WiFi, and comfortable seating.