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The town of Lee Massachusetts is centrally located in Berkshire County, home of one of the most scenic and culturally vibrant areas of the state.   The charming  Main Street is loaded with shops, restaurants and lodging.  Once known for papermaking and marble, said to be the hardest and finest quality marble in the world, Lee marble was used in the construction of the nation's Capitol building, St Patrick's Cathedral, Columbia University, Grant's tomb, NYC City Hall , the Empire State Building., the Massachusetts Statehouse and Boston Public Library, as well as many of downtown Lee's finest structures.  Downtown Lee is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.  Lee is right off the  Mass Pike and close to all the other towns which makes it a perfect Berkshire Getaway.


Prime Outlets
Brand name designer outlet stores.
Rte 20 East

A wide selection of men's and women's clothing. Anything you might need while staying in the Berkshires.
On Main Street.
413- 243-0242

Lee Hardware
Every town in the Berkshires seems to have a great hardware store and the one in Lee is Lee Hardware, where you can get anything you need and friendly help to find it.
On Main Street
 413- 243-0786


The Morgan House
Originally constructed in 1817, the historic Morgan House Inn was expanded to become a stage coach inn in 1855 and it has anchored Lee's Main Street for over 150 years.  Some of it's famouse guests were President and General Ulysses S. Grant and playwrite George Bernard Shaw. It has recently been bought by local residents and offers 11 guest rooms.  Restaurant with contemporary New England cuisine.  On Main Street. 

Hawkmeadow Farm Bed & Breakfast

This listing could be under lodging or outdoor activities.  Hawkmeadow Farm is more than a B + B.  It offers overnight stays in three nicely furnished rooms, all with wonderful views of the Berkshire mountains. You can also enjoy the views and sunsets  while sitting on rocking chairs on the porch.  The backyard is October Mountain State Forest with over 100 sq. miles of woodland.  From the farm there are many miles of hiking and cross-country ski trails.  There is a large organic garden with vegetables and small fruits. If you like natural beauty, peace and quiet Hawkmeadow Farm is for you. But that's not all….there are llamas!   Llamas are intelligent, sensitive, curious animals.   Adults find hiking with them to be a playful and heart opening experience.  They are gentle and good with young kids.  Guests  are free to brush, pet and hug the llamas.
Berkshire Mountain Llama Bed * Breakfast/Hikes 
322 Lander Road


Bombay Bar & Grill
We raved about this on our Best of Food
Nestled by beautiful Laurel Lake with panoramic views of the water and the countryside, Bombay serves up great Indian cuisine to its loyal customers and to visitors alike. Great food, great service. 
In the Black Swan Inn Motel
On Laurel Street
Laurel St/Rte. 20
413- 243-673

Cork “N Hearth

Cork 'N Hearth offers an incredible, breathtaking view of Laurel Lake.   Good food,  great atmosphere, friendly service.

Route 20, Laurel Lake
413 243-0535


Morgan House Restuarant
The Morgan House is under new management and the Restaurant certainly has benefited.  An inventive chef is now in the kitchen providing good choices for any and all palates.   The prices are good, service friendly, atmosphere lovely.  There are hand painted murals of town landmarks on the walls.  If you've been there before give it another try.  We loved it.
On Main Street

Cakewalk Bakery & Café
Homemade pastries and baked-goods, sandwiches, soups, salads, coffees.
On Main Street
413- 243-2806

Salmon Run Fish House
This Fish House is a local, family owned and operated family style restaurant on Main Street in historical downtown Lee, Seafood dishes including lobster, shrimp, calamari and fish and chips.
On Main Street

Starving Artist Creperie & Café

Here is a great place for a FRESH breakfast or lunch. The Starving Artist cafe serves freshly made sweet and savory crepes, panini sandwiches, soups, salads and baked goods, fair-trade and organic pour-over and drip coffee, organic teas and other gourmet foods using quality local and organic ingredients. Cozy seating inside and out. Free wifi internet. Also enjoy the artworks at the Good Purpose Gallery next door.

40 Main Street, Lee, MA 01238 413-394-5046

No museums in Lee.  Visit neighboring towns.

No Theater in Lee.  Visit neighboring towns.

No public gardens in Lee.  Visit neighboring towns.

No art facilities in Lee.  Visit neighboring towns.

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