Organic Luxury

 

 

 

“…An Oasis From Environmental Affronts.”
~The New York Times

8 Private Rooms
with Spa Amenities

Uniquely Designed Rooms
by Renowned Artists  

 

 

 

The highest quality
Organic Beds and Linens

 

 

 Local and Organic Steam-baked Breakfast

 

 

World’s Best New Boutique Hotels.
~Yahoo! Travel, Budget Travel, Huffington Post, CNN Travel.

Top Ten Bed and Breakfasts
in New England.

~Travelchannel.com

The Very Best of Tiny Hotels.

~Travel and Leisure

Relax, rejuvenate, rest and
breathe deep while you sleep.

MOROCCAN ROOM

King organic bed with
Coyuchi organic luxury linens

100% silk blanket
Private bath with spa tub and chroma-therapy
Exotic and spacious with vaulted ceiling
Imports from Marrakech
Porcelina clay finish
Tile floor, walk in closet and Toto Aquia
dual-flush water-saving designer toilet

OSHUN (AFRICAN) ROOM

Organic Queen bed
Rain shower room with aromatherapy steam
Complimentary organic and natural bath
and bodycare products
Dakota red and Tuscan sunset porcelina
American Clay earth plaster finish on walls
High peaked ceiling
Teak FSC-certified flooring
Toto Aquia dual-flush designer toilet
Imports form Africa

ALOHA ROOM

Organic Queen Floating Bed 
Private bath with spa tub and chroma-therapy
Snow Canyon loma American Clay earth walls
Hand painted walls with clay
Coyuchi organic sheets 
Organic cotton towels with 100% silk blanket
FSC-Certified Ecotimber Australian Chestnut floor
Toto Aquia dual-flush water-saving designer toilet
Cleaned with steam vapor and nontoxic cleaners

PEACOCK ROOM

King organic bed with
Coyuchi organic luxury linens
100% silk blanket
Private bath with spa tub and chroma-therapy
Exotic and spacious with vaulted ceiling
Imports from India
Porcelina and loma clay finish
Tile floor, walk in closet and Toto Aquia
dual-flush water-saving designer toilet

AESCLIPIAN (GREEK) ROOM

Organic Queen bed with organic linens
100% silk blanket
Private bath with spa tub and chroma-therapy
Toto Aquia dual-flush water-saving designer toilet
Regency penwork desk by Stamy Simopoulos
Lake Tahoe blue loma American Clay earth walls
Black soap antiquities treatment over bed
Greek imported 100% pure wool carpets,
pillow cover and wall art

FRENCH ROOM

Organic Queen bed
Rain shower room with aromatherapy steam
Tuscan Gold and Sugarloaf White porcelina
American Clay earth plaster finish on walls
Coyuchi organic sheets and organic cotton towels
FSC- certified Red Maple Flooring
Toto Aquia dual-flush water-saving designer toilet
100% silk bedspread, blanket and
upholstery and organic wool stuffing in cushions
Authentic French Antiques

IROQUOIS ROOM

Organic King bed or two twins
Rain shower room with aromatherapy steam
Native American log drum bedside tables 
Natural skin dressing screen armoire
River recovered American Cherry
FSC Certified flooring 
Natural alpaca bedside carpets
Toto Aquia dual-flush water-saving designer toilet
Pendleton Turtle Woman Iroquois
Heritage Pure Wool Blanket 

 

 

About

We fell in love with the Berkshires in the 90s, when Nana bought a small lake house near Jacob’s Pillow and Caryn began touring with the Paul Taylor Dance Company. For Caryn and her dance colleagues, Jacob’s Pillow was one of their favorite spots in the world to tour because it was one of the few places where they could see the stars, stand on the grassy earth, look at wild flowers and still dance for a culturally literate dance audience.

Mass MoCA lured us up to the Northern Berkshires and we fell in love with its neighbor, Adams – a charming New England town that hasn’t lost its walking streets, its historic architecture or its friendly and welcoming character. We found a theater in need of renovation and founded the nonprofit Topia Arts Center. The Topia idea of cultivating creative landscapes was born.

In 2004, during a visioning meeting for the Arts Center with key stakeholders from the community a local resident walked us across the rail trail behind the theater to see if the abandoned Pleasant Street Lodge might be able to contribute to the revitalization efforts underway that the Arts Center would play a key role in. Originally a gentlemen’s lodge in the 1930s and a ski lodge after that, its proximity to the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Topia Arts Center, Mount Greylock, Berkshire Visitors Bureau and central downtown restaurants, post office, grocery store and Greylock Arts Gallery was attractive.

We had always been interested in green living and were committed to creating spaces that were in harmony with the gorgeous natural beauty that drew us to the Berkshires. We built the Inn according to the highest standards in environmental building (LEED Platinum).