The Wyndhurst Mansion
The historic brick Mansion features 11 newly renovated guest rooms and suites, each named after important cultural figures with historical ties to the Berkshires.
In the early 1900s, Lenox became known as the “Inland Newport.” Aristocrats were known to spend their summer in the Berkshires, including John Sloane, a relative of the Vanderbilts and co-owner of the famous furniture firm W & J Sloane. Sloan bought the property in 1894 and built his Peabody and Sterns-designed “cottage,” Wyndhurst, referred to today as the Mansion. This period was known as the “Cottage Era,” where cottages were defined as secondary residences with a minimum of thirty rooms and twenty acres.
The beautifully renovated Mansion, with interior design by Clodagh, exudes timeless elegance. Each guest room is unique and named after important historical and cultural figures who had ties to the Berkshires.
Please note, the Mansion does not have an elevator and is not ADA accessible. Rooms are located on the second and third floors.