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I only stayed at the Apple Tree Inn for one night, but I really enjoyed the experience!
I stayed at the cottage. The room was beautiful. The bed was beautifully made, with nice frilly comforters and sheets. The room was really huge and it had...More
This nice spot is a slow 10 minute walk to Kripalu just across the main drive. Did not stay in the main house. Receptionist quite unhelpful. The rooms are clean, pleasantly scent-free w/ soft cotton sheets (yea). The building reminds me of a lodge one...More
Cassandra was a wonderfully helpful and welcoming innkeeper; we felt taken care of when she was in the house. Unfortunately, around dinner time, there is a staff change and someone is paid to sit at the front desk. We saw 2 other front desk staff...More
My mid winter stay at the B&B was delightful. I was taking a program at Kripalu so was only sleeping at the Inn. My room was comfortable. I stayed on the third floor and was concerned that it might get too warm in the room...More
We were married at the Apple Tree Inn in September 2012 and were thrilled with the inn as our venue. We wanted our guests to have a quintessential Berkshires experience and the Apple Tree was the perfect choice. The location is superb - across the...More
Response from Sharon W | Property representative |
Unfortunately, although we all animals, we don't accept them at the Inn because we are concerned that there might be disturbance to other guests, either from noise or potential allergies.
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"Do not stay in The Lodge, but if you do, don't stay in Room 208."