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The little town of Egremont, consisting of North Egremont and South Egremont, is tucked into the green southwestern Berkshire Hills. It is a small, quiet residential town. A multiple-acre town park offers recreational facilities for all residents; ball fields, picnic areas, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, horse shoe pits, hiking and horse ring and trails. From Egermont it's easy to get to all the other Berkshire towns.
Retailers of fine apparel, antiques & winter sports equipment since 1959 in an 18th Century former Inn. Old world charm. Open September to April.
On Main Street
413- 528-2330/(800) 342-7547
The Inn at Sweet Water Farm- North Egremont, MA
The Inn at Sweet Water Farm is a circa 1803 Federal Style, post & beam building known for many years as the Seymour Dewey House. Care was taken in the restoration of the building to retain the original paneled fireplace, beautiful wide board floors and other architectural features.
Beautiful rooms, food on premises. Environmentally friendly.
On Rte. 71 in North Egermont
John Andrew's Restaurant
It doesn't get any better than this. Not far from the New York border, in a 19th-century New England clapboard house consisting of two simple but beautiful dining rooms, one of which overlooks lovely perennial gardens you can have fabulous meal. made with as many local, seasonal and organic products as possible. Chef Dan describes his cooking as "new American with northern Italian influences." It's worth the trip from wherever you are.
On Route 23 in South Egremont
The Egremont Country Club
Challenging 18-hole semi-private golf course, fully stocked pro shop, and driving range. Golf lessons available, public tee times available up to seven days in advance, banquet facilities, lunch on a canopied deck with beautiful views. The course is surrounded by rolling hills, beautiful views and winding streams.
On Rte. 23
According to the Nature Conservetory Jug End is one of the last great places. , Jug End is located in a very picturesque part of southwestern Massachusetts. By preserving this land and making it accessible to all, hikers can hop out of their car and disappear for a while into a serene natural environment. The open field views are great and the forest hike that follows along a cascading stream is quiet and peaceful. You'll get a taste of the past when you see the old furnace that was probably a part of an old milling process. The loop can be hiked within an hour or two. J ust follow the trail markers (blue triangles with a picture of an acorn) that are posted on trees at regular intervals. Tthe trails are mostly well maintained and clearly marked. For the most part it's flat but the farther back you go the more the trail rises up. So if you're not looking for a workout or if you hike alone and don't like to be out in the woods then just explore the beautiful fields and mountain views to the left or right of the main entrance area. It's a beautiful spot anytime of year but it's probably at its most spectacular during the spring, summer, and fall season.
Take Mt. Washington Road (off of Rte. 41) to Jug End rRoad.