t the busiest intersection in town, this property was immortalized in Norman Rockwell's Main Street, Stockbridge
, but unlike some encounters of the "quaint kind," this place looks better in person than on canvas. Still, this 18th-century inn is a modest option, a historical hitching post with plenty of weather-worn charm.
Built in 1773, the inn, with its six outbuildings, has played host to Hawthorne, Longfellow and several presidents.
These days, this four-story Victorian draws ba...