Lee, Massachusetts: the Gateway to the Berkshires

Lee is famous as the “Gateway to the Berkshires”. It lies directly off exit 2 of the Massachusetts Turnpike, near where the Turnpike meets the Taconic Parkway from New York City.

Lee lies close to the other classic Berkshires towns of Lenox and Stockbridge. Together they provide endless possibilities and abundant resources for the guest seeking a country getaway.

For the shopper, there are the Prime Outlets. For the culture seeker, Lee provides ideal access to Jacobs Pillow for dance, Tanglewood and Solid Sound for music, the famous Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass MOCA in North Adams, and many summer festivals.

But the town is notable not only for culture, but also for its splendid homes. The tradition of Berkshires comfort and grace is alive in Lee today as it was a century and a half ago.  You will find our homes extraordinary.

Come and stay with us!