First, one of the bar stools was semi broken (which is to say I was not tempting fate by sitting on it), as was a TV stand cupboard door & an end table. The fridge worked fine & there was no issue with hot water. They provided soap & shampoo from 1982, but I cannot comment as I did use not either. It took two educated women 10 minutes to figure out the A/C unit, which flat out refused to drop below 76 degrees & the unit's remote control was worthless. We made due because of the overhead fan, but it was not my preferred temperature in August.
Don't expect amenities like Kleenex, glass silverware, or fully functioning light sockets. Also, don't be surprised if you see a rogue moth flying around. Oh, and the wifi is questionable at best. I don't know that after 15 tries we even picked up the Inn's signal. It may have belonged to a neighbor.
It was nice to try something other than a chain hotel/motel, as it adds to your experience in the Berkshires.
There is something super nostalgic about these private cabins. An avid non-camper, I don't mind feeling like I'm being rustic without having to give up a bathroom or electricity. The cabins are a nice size & yes, there is a kitchenette, DirectTV, & a back patio of sorts.
The king size bed was surprisingly ok. It seemed clean & other than dealing with flimsy pillows, it was fine. The online ad stated that our room had a "sofa bed" & it most certainly did not. In fact, the couch had seen better days & no one was sleeping on that thing. To be honest, we barely sat on it.
I wouldn't count this place out, at least the cabin side, if you are in the area & can get a deal. There is definitely privacy, which is nice. It's in a good location & we made it through a night without folly. Above all, the staff was friendly & our accommodations served their purpose.