Property ID: DH29
Address: 949 S. Main St. Great Barrington USA 96 01230
Year-round, a stay at Wind in the Pines offers a variety of cultural performances, outdoor activities, antiquing, shopping, and fine dining. Nearby you can visit Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops, Norman Rockwell Museum, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and dance theater at Jacobs Pillow. Its location in the Berkshires offers many sight-seeing opportunities such as Mount Greylock, Appalachain Trail, and the main street of Stockbridge. Boston and New York City are within a three-hour drive. For more information, please visit www.windinthepine.com
Car Rental (2 Miles)
Conference facilities (10 Miles)
Laundry facilities (Onsite)
Medical facility (3 Miles)
Salon (3 Miles)
Spa (13 Miles)
Swimming pool (Onsite)
Hartford, CT/Springfield, MA - BDL (60 Miles)
The nearest commercial airport is Bradley International Airport in Connecticut, about 60 miles away. From the airport, take Route 91 north to exit 14, take the Massachusetts Turnpike west to exit 2. Follow route 102 west to Route 7 south, continue south on 7 to Great Barrington. From the center of Great Barrington continue south approximately 1 mile to Wind in the Pines.
Check In: 17:00
Check Out: 10:00
Weeks Check In Days: Thursday
Multi Floor With No Elevator Access: Yes
No Pets. Please contact the resort directly regarding its ADA/general service animal policy.
Resort has a strict non-smoking policy.
Resort cannot honor unit upgrades or moves.
In preparation for your upcoming trip check for any vaccine and/or testing requirements, travel restrictions, policies, or mandates related to Covid-19 to and from your destination. Resources available online include, but are not limited to, government, airline, and your host resort’s website.
Prior to travel, RCI recommends contacting your host resort as well as local, state and federal websites for advisories that may impact your travel or vacation experience.
Smoking is not allowed in units.
Resort is not suitable for handicapped people, or people with walking difficulties.