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953 Simonds Road, Williamstown, MA 01267, United States of America – Show map
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24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 1:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 13 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 10 per person per night when using existing beds.
All older children or adults are charged USD 10 per person per night for extra beds.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Pets are allowed on request. Charges may apply.
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Based on 62 reviews
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This charming family-owned and operated motel is situated in the town of Bennington near local attractions and recreational activities and provides an on-site restaurant and comfortable guestrooms.
Score from 30 reviews Review score
Located 14 miles from skiing on Jiminy Peak, this Williamstown motel is also a 3-minute drive from Williams College. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast each morning and have access to free...
Score from 125 reviews Good
The motel is 1.5 miles from the Williamstown village centre and 20 minutes’ drive to the Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort, which offers skiing.
Score from 115 reviews Very good
The Bennington Motor Inn attracts its guests with an appealing country-inn atmosphere.
Score from 110 reviews Good
I've stayed several times at the Villager and each time has been a fine experience. The owner is friendly and competent. When I've had to have a late (after 10 pm) check-in, as a lone female I appreciate the care she has taken to be sure I have my key and get to my room safely.
It is a drive rather than a walk to town, the college and the Clark. However it is a very short drive and the Villager is in a pretty part of Williamstown.
Had a great restaurant at edge of town for breakfast. Beds comfortable.
Very cramped space. Bathroom small with no vanity space for tolietries. No breakfast offerings.
Easy access to college grounds. Enjoyed grounds and diner next door. Staff polite and helpful when asked for assistance. This was an older establishment and had lots of charm but all was lost on dirty condition of room. Wished it had been cleaner.
Without a doubt, this was the dirtest room I have ever stayed in. Great need to scrub clean bathroom before using. Bed blanket had burn holes all in it. Blinds were too dusty to touch. Coffee machine had something growing in water tank; had to clean. The beauty of your location, fine pine paneling, & servicable older furniture was lost in the overall dirty room condition. Such a waste of what once must have been a nice place to stay.
This hotel was great had great service. People here went above and beyond to make sure we were comfortable. Would recommend this place to my friends and family.
Clean, comfortable and well-appointed. Good value for money.
The owner was very pleasant and caring, helped with restaurant suggestions, asked how our stay, was very personable. The room was clean and reasonably comfortable for the price. Offered simple continental breakfast with good options.
Ease of booking
Dirty blankets and coverlets. No hot water after 11:00pm.
It was available.
Near town and breakfast (The Chef's Hat) next door.
1. Noisy: near railroad and freight trains ran a couple times the night we were there. 2. Not clean: obvious paper scraps on the floor, dirt in the phone and the floor corners. Mold and mildew on bathroom tiles. 3. Not enough electrical outlets for the appliances (had to unplug the fridge to plug in the microwave. 4. No sense of "hospitality." Owners appear to be very new to the hospitality industry or don't care.
While the knotty pine paneling was not without some charm, that was the extent of the retro, woodsy feel. The shower had mold, there was no hair dryer, there was a pair of underwear left behind (obviously undiscovered by cleaning staff) on closet floor, there was a used washcloth (obviously undiscovered by cleaning staff) in drawer of bedside table....
It was the only place in the area to get a room for the night.
Run-down place, unpaved parking lot and drive in area. Breakfast area is two small tables and three chairs in the tiny office. Bugs surrounded the light near the door to the room at night and flocked into the room when you entered. Much too expensive room cost.
Small, no frills, quiet, clean and affordable place to stay.
Very welcoming staff. Spacious room. Quiet. Great shower. Very comfy bed. Neat, unpretentious décor.
At some distance from town center.
Location was good. Outside looked quaint.
Room smelled wretched.
Worn/neglected fixtures, Few electric plugs. Too many extension cords exposed.
get off my website!
Period knotty pine room was charming. Owner was very cordial and helpful. Good location for MOCA and Clark Museum. The pick up breakfast was adequate and nutritious. Price was unbeatable.
Posted reviews were right on. If you are looking for an affordable overnight vintage 1960 motel, a clean good sized room and pleasant staff this is for you. If you want pristine facilities with gym and pool this motel is not for you. Of course expect to pay twice as much.
Room had a musty, moldy odor that permeated our clothing and other belongings - not good for breathing. Dust had accumulated in corners and on the walls indicating it had not had a good cleaning in quite a while. Although coffee was provided in the room, the coffee pod was exposed to the air, rather than in an airtight package. This is my second experience with the motel being in such a state and will not return again.
The Villager was perfect for our needs, a group of friends getting together to see local attractions but mostly to enjoy each other's compny. We loved the outside tables and chairs away from the road where we could gather, share refreshments and talk. It is a great value for the money.
There was no pool but none was advertised so we knew that from the start.
Friendly, courteous service Outdoor picnic tables Minutes from Williamstown center
Not enough guest soaps in the bathroom
Near to Williamstown. Nice continental breakfast; also next door to Chefs Hat if you want another option for breakfast. Fun play area for young kids on grassy area. Good price.
Very basic motel, finishes and fixtures. Aged. Could used some interior updates.
Great location, pleasant staff
The motel needs some repair. The breakfast could use some improvement
Clean and had nice amenities like refrigerator and microwave. Quiet .
Screens were torn and bugs came in also there wasn't much in the way of updating. Furnishings are old but clean .
Room is very clean and spacious. No more than 5 minutes drive to Williams College. Near two very good restaurants: Chef's Hat and Cozy Corner. Beds and pillows are not lumpy. Towels are clean.
There were two hornets inside the room. Fortunately, we were not afraid of them. We opened the door and guided them out.
The woman who checked us in literally could not have been more friendly or helpful. The motel was clean, adorable, and a great value. I would recommend this motel for sure!