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A friend invited me to join her to stay at the Inn last minute. The off season price for 2 queen size beds was $70 a sweet split of $35 each! She came for a day pass yoga workout at Kirpalua and I came with...More
This was the first time that we have stayed in the Apple Tree Inn and we will certainly be returning! My husband and I typically stay at a Ritz Carlton/Marriott property when we travel but we decided to treat ourselves to a week-end away in...More
Recently stayed at The Apple Tree Inn, Lenox, MA. I was doing retreat workshop at Kripalu and there was no lodging available. Although initially disappointed, I soon settled into the Apple Tree Inn. As it was middle of October in New England, lodging was scarce,...More
Room was full of flying insects. Receptionist helped us vacuum the insects. Hotel refused to let us change rooms. Owner the next morning declined any decrease in price of the room and even accused me of blackmail after I told her that I could write...More
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Response from Sharon W, Owner at Apple Tree InnResponded 28 October 2017
There were a few lady bugs and flies in the room when the guest returned from dinner. The Receptionist went to the room immediately and vacuumed up the insects, the guest insisted upon assisting her. The guest was inconvenienced for a few minutes while she...More
This was our 1st time at the Apple Tree Inn. Stayed for our 25th Wedding anniversary and our experience was excellent. Stayed in room 8 in main house. Very nice room, highly recommended. At very end of hall so you will never hear anyone run...More
Response from Sharon W | Property representative |
Unfortunately, although we all animals, we don't accept them at the Inn because we are concerned that there might be disturbance to other guests, either from noise or potential allergies.
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"Forget the two 3rd floor attic rooms not a good choice even though cheaper."