Author: Travel Bugged

Berkshires

If You Love Poetry and Architecture The Mount in Lenox is for you

The Mount was designed and built in 1902 by the noted American Author Edith Wharton in Lenox, Mssachusetts. This magnificent three story house was inspired by the 17th century Belton House in England, Edith Wharton used the principals described in her first book,The Decoration of Houses, while designing the house. This beautifully restored mansion is an excellent example of the […]

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A must see waterfall in The Berkshires you’ve never heard about before

For waterfalls as gorgeous as March Cataract Falls in Adams, MA it’s a mystery why not many people have heard of them. Possibly because they are hard to find. Or because the few people that have mentioned them on the internet recommend visiting the falls only in the months between March and October. Or possibly because if you visit at […]

Berkshires

Woodsy Trail to the Most Unique Waterfall in Lenox, MA

A one mile moderate track through a beautiful forest in Lenox, Massachusetts would bring you to a unique waterfall like you’ve never likely seen before. This short, easy to navigate, gently sloping trail is perfect for beginner hikers or hiking with kids. The trail head sign is visible from the road on Lenox Branch Road, near the border of West […]

Berkshires

Naumkeag, A Magical Garden in The Berkshires, Straight out of a Fairytail

Kick back and relax in this magical fairy tail spot while enjoying your favorite book or take a stroll through the grounds of Naumkeag, in Lenox, Massachusetts.  Noted for its large gardens, which were designed in the mid-20th century by noted landscape designer Fletcher Steele along with Choate’s daughter Mabel, this is a top attraction in Massachusetts. Naumkeag was designed […]