Casey Fitzpatrick, grandson of our founder Jane
and son of Jane's daughter Nancy, ties the knot.
Between two milestone birthdays, I walked some 3365 miles across the continent from Boston to Newport, Oregon, mostly on U.S. Route 20. An epic journey for sure! Here are some highlights.
Owned by the Fitzpatrick family for almost 50 years, this historic inn anchors one of New England's prettiest villages. Farm-to-table cuisine and an award-winning wine list are just two of its attractions.
A contemporary B&B in century-old workers' housing artfully embraces both earnestness and irony. It is across the street from the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.
This 45-room hotel was carved out of an old department store on the main drag in the Berkshires' largest town. It is modern but full of vintage character, and well located for exploring all area attractions.
A rustic lodge not far from the Connecticut border, this inn is known for hiking trails and a free-spirited attitude. Its comfortable, country bohemian style means no TVs or phones. The Stagecoach Tavern serves dinner Thursday — Sunday.
Located on the Williams College campus, this traditional inn is a great base for visting the college as well as the outstanding Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute, another Berkshire jewel, just a few blocks away.
This Relais & Chateaux and Forbes 5 Star renowned beautiful country house hotel is reminiscent of a gentler time where guests may experience the life and service of a bygone era.