"The bracing air of the Berkshire hills, the pleasant vistas of green meadows and waving green fields, the picturesque drives in every direction, and the lordly mountains towering over all, make North Adams a delightful place in which to pass the summer months. Many people wearied by work and exhausted by the heat of the large cities annually come to this vicinity for rest and recreation. The reputation of the Berkshire hills as a health resort has for many years been growing, and more and more people come to North Adams each season to recuperate after a year of toil in the crowded and smoke infested cities." - September 5, 1909

TOURISTS is a resort inspired by the classic American roadside motor lodge, set on the banks of the Hoosic River in the Berkshires city of North Adams. Designed for the 21st century traveler, the 48-room property is a union of design and nature, home to woodland trails, riverbank vistas, sculptural installations and more. Using common, organic materials, your room is both haven and trailhead, connecting you with your vacation self and serving as a basecamp for exploration and adventure.

APPALACHIAN TRAIL

0.6 Miles

"Three modern girls of ancient blood, each with a heavy pack, march bravely out from Blackinton on the winding forest track... At the start of the old long trail." – 1933

Mass Moca

2.9 Miles

One of the world's most dynamic centers for contemporary visual and performing art set in a sprawling 19th century factory campus.

Mount Greylock

0.5 Mile

Celebrated by Thoreau, Melville, and others, it's the highest point in Massachusetts at 3,489 feet. Accessible by hike or drive.

Bright Ideas Brewing

2.9 miles

North Adams' hometown brewery serving tasty craft brews in a friendly, industrial taproom.

The Clark

3.1 Miles

Internationally renowned art collection and research center, in a 140 acre pastoral setting.

The Cascade

4.4 Miles

A short, beautiful forest amble tracing Notch Brook in North Adams to a cascading waterfall.

Hairpin Turn

6.6 Miles

Completed in 1914, a spectacular scenic vista overlooking North Adams and the Hoosic River Valley.

Berkshire Rivers Fly Fishing

0.0 Miles

Year-round guided boat and wading trips and casting lessons to fishermen of all skill levels in Western MA.

Williams College Museum of Art

2.1 Miles

Innovative, participatory museum at Williams College. Free and open to the public.

The Elk

3.1 Miles

Erected on Whitcomb Summit by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks in 1923 honoring those who lost their lives in World War I.

Natural Bridge

4.4 Miles

America's only natural white marble arch. Walter Fähndrich's Music for a Quarry plays at twilight.

Windsor Lake

5.4 Miles

Just above downtown North Adams, with a legacy of outdoor fun - swim, boat, fish, bbq, playground.

Todd Mountain

18 Miles

The original Mahican-Mohawk Trail traverses this peak in the heart of the Mohawk Trail State Forest.

The Taconic Range

7 Miles

“They abound with springs and streams of water, and are everywhere covered with woods...” – 1809

The Hoosic Range

7.5 Miles

"With a complex of phyllite, quartzite, and granitic bedrock, it defines the eastern flank of the valley." – 2014

Cricket Creek Farm

8 miles

Family owned, grass-based cow dairy in Williamstown, with farm store featuring award-winning cheeses.

Ashuwillticook Bike Trail

21 miles

Rail-to-trail running 11.2 miles from Adams to Lanesborough. Outstanding views of scenery and wildlife.

Berkshire Outfitters

10 miles

Canoes, kayaks, bikes, skis, and everything else for your outdoor excursions.

Mohawk Trail State Forest

18 miles

6,000 lush acres of mountain ridges, gorges, and woods teeming with wildlife.

LOOM is the forthcoming restaurant at TOURISTS by James Beard Award-winning Chef Cortney Burns, opening in early 2019.  In anticipation of LOOM, Chef Burns has designed a robust menu of snacks, picnic foods, and more to nourish you during your stay.  A creative beverage menu of cocktails and infused spirits with locally foraged ingredients, as well as beer and wine are available throughout the day at both our Lodge and Deck Bar.

tourists hat

$20

tourists hat

$20

tourists hat

$20

tourists hat

$20