New “Webisode” Feature on Berkshire Visitor Bureau Website

Posted on October 1, 2008 by Stan Rosen

features_bottomfall08.gif Brand New! Only in the Berkshires Webisodes

Berkshire Visitors Bureau webisodes highlight the unique elements that make the 32 cities and towns here unlike any other destination. Every season, the Berkshires virtual tour guide, Carrie Saldo will unearth the hidden gems about the nature, culture and harmony you’ll find Only in the Berkshires.

Bookmark this page, new Berkshires webisodes will be posted throughout the calendar year. Click back here on October 8th for webisode #2.   

When does the leaf peeping peak?

Resident Leaf Chief Lauren Stevens explores this age-old Berkshire County question in this week’s column.

Autumn is awesome in the Berkshires.

There is a bountiful crop of events to reap for your social calendar. Contributing writer Bess Hochstein has the details.

Foliage Hikes & Walks
The Berkshire Visitors Bureau’s own Ann Claffie laces up her hiking boots and maps out the trails.

While visiting the Berkshires, be sure to stay at Hampton Terrace, one of the top-rated inns in the Berkshires by Trip Advisor and named by as an Editor’s Choice for viewing Fall Foliage.     Hampton Terrace, a Lenox, Massachusetts bed and breakfast is a historic inn featuring fireplaces, Jacuzzis and a full breakfast buffet.   Two hours from Boston and less than three hours from New York City.

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Stan Rosen
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Stan and Susan Rosen have owned Hampton Terrace since 1999. He is the ultimate first-person authority on all aspects relating to the more
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