Bentley Brook, located in the Jiminy Peak ski area, offers a variety of on-site amenities--from downhill skiing to swimming and biking. The Berkshire area also provides a vast array of cultural and historic attractions. Visit Tanglewood, summer home for the Boston Symphony, The Hancock Shaker Village, Williamstown Theater, and Norman Rockwell Museum. Since the turn of the century, the Berkshires have been the place for music, theater, dance, and the arts.
You may also want to try Country Village at Jiminy Peak. Nestled at the foot of the ski slopes of Jiminy Peak Mountain, Wyndham Bentley Brook is the perfect getaway location for the avid skier or snow sports enthusiast. Chair lifts taking you up the mountain are only 200 feet away from the resort, making it easy for you to hop on and enjoy both day and night skiing in this family-oriented, fun ski area.
Looking for something to do, drive to Arrowhead and see where author Herman Melville wrote his timeless classic, Moby Dick. During the mid-19th century, Melville's family lived just outside of Albany, New York. The family farm, though, sat due south in Pittsfield, Mass., and in 1850, Herman, his wife Lizzie, and their baby son Malcolm spent the summer. This is a beautiful area year round.