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Fall Events Take Shape at the Only Marriott Hotel in the Berkshires

Upcoming Fall Festivities, Outdoor Adventures and Special Events Make the Berkshires a Must-See Stop in 2014

GREAT BARRINGTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/29/14 -- All paths lead to Fairfield Inn & Suites Lenox Great Barrington/Berkshires hotel this fall, as the season brings a wide-reaching array of events and activities to the region. The Great Barrington, MA hotel is the only Marriott in the Berkshires and invites guests to explore the best small town in North America, while staying just moments from the some of the season's most anticipated events.

The Berkshires are a hub of activity year-round, but this season brings with it a wealth of opportunity for recreation and revelry, just moments from the hotel. Guests are invited to celebrate the season at the Fall Foliage Festival, featuring the annual Fall Foliage parade, October 5, 2014, celebrating the adventurous travels that have taken place along the historic Mohawk Trail over the last century.

Near Pittsfield, MA, the hotel perfectly places guests just minutes from First Fridays Artswalk, which kicks off a month of art displayed in galleries, retail and hospitality businesses along the North / South St. corridor each month. Guests can also celebrate the 19th annual birthday celebration of Lee at the Founder's Weekend Celebration September 19 - 21, 2014.

Adventure awaits over two fall weekends, September 20 - 21 and October 4 - 5, 2015 during the Housatonic Heritage Walks. These inspiring adventures encourage guests to uncover the stunning natural beauty that makes up the Berkshires region.

Travelers looking to get in touch with their creative side can get a behind-the-scenes look into the artistic community of North Adams October 18 - 19, 2014 during the North Adams Open Studios, or explore the Pop Up Art Gallery in Pittsfield.

Meanwhile, the Williamstown Film Festival brings cinephiles front and center for a celebration that honors the cinematic achievement of some of the year's finest new independent films, November 5 - 9, 2014.

Central to these and other unforgettable events on the fall calendar, the Fairfield Inn & Suites near Lenox and Stockbridge, MA invites exploration all season long, while providing guests instant easy access to the fall farmer's markets, outdoor activities and seasonal celebrations in Great Barrington and beyond.

About Fairfield Inn & Suites Lenox Great Barrington/Berkshires

As the only Marriott in the Berkshires, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Lenox Great Barrington/Berkshires boasts a superb blend of service, comfort and understated luxury. Situated in Great Barrington, which was recently named the #1 Small Town in America by Smithsonian Magazine, the hotel is set back more than 500 feet from Rt. 7, yet is within easy walking distance of many excellent restaurants serving a wide variety of ethnic and farm-to-table offerings. Guests can discover Tanglewood, or visit a plethora of museums, historic sights, mountains, and other outdoor diversions near the hotel. Travelers are invited to start the day with a delicious complimentary hot breakfast, unwind with a swim in the heated saltwater pool, or exercise in the state-of-the-art fitness area. At the end of a busy day in Great Barrington, guests look forward to relaxing in spacious guest rooms, with refrigerator, microwave and WiFi.

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Lenox Great Barrington/Berkshires
249 Stockbridge Road, Route 7
Great Barrington, Massachusetts 01230 USA
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/gbrfi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-lenox-great-barrington-berkshires/

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