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Weekend in the Berkshires

Created by zabelle on March 12, 2001 Best of IgoUgo

7 Reviews

Winter in the Berkshires is a skier's delight but for the avid shopaholic it is a dream. Antiques, outlets, crafts and more, plenty to loose yourself in for a weekend.

Our Vacation at the Oak and Spruce Resort

Created by bschwimmer on February 24, 2006

4 Reviews

This was our president week vacation, the kids and I were on Holiday from school. We attempted snowboarding at the infamous Ski Butternut Mountain, and stayed at the Oak and Spruce Resort in Lee, Massachusetts in the Lovely Bershire Mountains.

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Beautiful Area but Bad Resort

Created by Bruce and Claudia on November 9, 2005

2 Reviews

Looking for fall color and discovered much more. A wonderful visit in the Berkshires.

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My Ownership Week Resort

Created by rajkatoch on October 14, 2005

1 Review

Oak N' Spruce Resort is located in the beautiful Berkshire Hills of western Massachusetts. This place is best for cross-country ski trails.

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weekend in the Berkshires

Created by therocks on July 28, 2005

2 Reviews

The atmosphere was great - it sold us on buying a timeshare. Cannot wait to start using my week.

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The Berkshires

Created by pkdoyney on September 24, 2003

1 Review

We wanted a getaway week but within driving distance from our home. Since we always loved the Berkshires in the Fall, we decided to try it in the summer. It was wonderful. The timeshare unit was new, large and wonderfully comfortable. We were in a unit on the top floor (only 3 floors per building) and on the back side of the building so we overlooked the trees. The pool and clubhouse were a walk across the street (very easy). The place is a quiet retreat from the every day hustle and bustle we endure. We went to a concert (Mary Wilson from the Supremes and The Temptations) at Tanglewood on July 4 which was followed by fireworks. Oh so charming. We had visited Norman Rockwell's museum on a previous trip so we didn't do that this time. Although we did have to browse through the Town of Stockbridge, stop for a drink at the famous Red Lion Inn and shop in the country store. Hancock Shaker Village is a great place to learn the history of the shakers. It's a walking/working museum. Also we drove to Vermont (30-45 minutes) and shopped for antiques, art, and visited a winery and thoroughly enjoyed the samples. We'll definitely visit again.



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