• Garfield House in the Berkshires




    We are a family owned business servicing vacationing  and/or visiting guests in the Berkshires at our Garfield Vacation Property on the Main St. in Lee, Ma. We provide self checkin  accommodations for a one or multiple night stays while visiting the Berkshires. We also provide longer term stays in our furnished units as well.  Our units consist of two 2 bedroom townehouses, one 2 bedroom and one 1 bedroom units in our 19th century classic New England building and studio and guest room in our annex building. Our units nicely meet the needs of a single, couple or family for their visits to the Berkshire's in Western Massachusetts. Our location is ideal for proximity to local taverns, restaurants and the town amenities as well as local attractions like  Appalachian Trail, Rockwell Museum, Tanglewood and Jacob's Pillow.

    Things To Do

    Garfield Townhouse

    Appalachian Trail

    Stretching more than 2,190 miles across 14 different states, the Appalachian Trail may be the best long-distance hiking route in the entire world. Each year, three million people trek at least a portion of the trail, with just a fraction of those walking its entire length. Those "thru-hikers" learn a lot during the early days of their journey, and most will tell you there is no way to fully prepare for the challenge of walking the AT end to end other than just doing it. Still, here are some pearls of wisdom that can prepare you for the challenges ahead. There are entrances and exits to the AT from the Lee area or neighboring towns.

    Mass Moca in North Adams, Ma

    Housed on a restored 19th century factory campus, MASS MoCA is the largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts in the country. Open year round with full schedule of live events, changing exhibitions and Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing Retrospective. North Adams is a historic New England, College town.

    Steeple Church

    This Federal style building has two stories, an asphalt shingle roof and is intact. It has a three-bay center entrance; six bays deep; wood frame; front gable roof w/dentiled pediment; bell-tower at front of gable peak with a tall, square, balustraded base with large clocks on front and rear sides (clock replaced in 1899). It has Palladian window on left (West) side, topped by an octagonal belfry with Roman-arched vented openings and smaller balustrade and an octagonal cupola with bell-shaped roof and weather vane atop it. It has wood clapboard siding; corner pilasters; 1-bay wide. It is Lee's landmark attractions.

    Guest Reviews

    Best spot for all things Berkshire! Walk to great restaurants, quick drive to everything else. Can't beat the value.

    By William N. – Stayed at August 28th, 2029

    I have stayed at this property several times and each time and impressed with not only the property but the owner who is accommodating, hospitable and responsive. The unit is quite comfortable and hom

    By Geri M. – Stayed at December 14th, 2023

    Jeff was very nice and quick to respond. Rental was clean, welcoming, and very comfortable with all the needed amenities and then some. Stayed with a friend and were both very impressed with the decor

    By Josh P. – Stayed at December 5th, 2023

    Wonderful family spot in a great Berkshires location. Jeff was prompt to our needs. Great neighbors.

    By Bruce B. – Stayed at November 5th, 2023

    The townhouse was very neat and clean. It's perfectly located for Tanglewood and other events. We loved that we could walk to Lee for restaurants and shopping. We'll definitely be back!

    By Sheila M. – Stayed at October 29th, 2023

    Nice spot for one or two people. Part of an office complex but comfortable. I didn't have any issues with the shared bathroom as I was off all day. Nice location. Everything in town is walkable fr

    By David S. – Stayed at October 23rd, 2023