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“Country Village at Jiminey Peak in August”

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Country Village at Jiminy Peak
Reviewed 2 September 2009

We spend two nights at Jiminey Peak in a three bedroom townhome... The quality and cleanliness was excellent. The only suggestion would be an upgrade to the TVs to HD and Payperview... The Gas Fireplace and deep Whirlpool tub was a nice feature... Having the country store on the property was excellent too... I would recommend this resort to my friends.

Went to the Norman Rockwll Museum, the adventure park, wine tasting and the scenic railroad ride... A fun three days, two nights...

Also the outdoor pool was 80 degrees and I am told is open and heated throughout the winter... will be coming back...

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Reviewed 27 July 2009

Spent 2 nights in a 2 BR / 2 bath "Country Village" cottage on the property. Great facilities with a full kitchen, fireplace and sundeck. Window AC units and ceiling fans kept things cool even in the heat of the day. Two pools and great summer fun activities... mountain slides, swings, trampoline, etc.

Main dining room, "John Harvards" was very nice for dinner. Breakfast is buffet only ($13) but OK if you can load up.

Avoid "Christiansen's Tavern", a bar that serves lunch and snacks. Again, food was good but the service was awful: 15 min just to get a menu and 27 min after ordering to get our food.

Wi-fi only in the main building. No cell signal (T-Mobile) anywhere on the property. Flat screen TV's and DVD players in the living room.

Overall, a very nice weekend getaway. We'd go back. Total cost for 2 BR unit for 2 nights (Sat & Sun) was $465.

  • Stayed: July 2009, travelled with family
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2  Thank CTYankee06820
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Reviewed 28 June 2009

Just had a stay at Jiminy Peak to enjoy the Berkshires in early summer. While we had read about some of the units at Country Village being in need of renovation, we where happy to find unit 53 up to date and recently refurbished.

Carpet looked and smelled new, the only down side, who picked the wall paper in the 1/2 bathroom - this still needs updating. All and all a nice spot for a weekend getaway in the mountains.

  • Stayed: June 2009, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 21 May 2009

My wife and I stayed at the Country Village at Jiminy Peak a few of weeks ago. Friends were supposed to join us, but we warned them off and told them that we would return to the Berkshires another time together. Our "condo" was adequate for a couple or family with two young children, but to claim it holds 6 people is an exageration. They would be packed in like sardines.
The stairs on our deck were rotting off, but it was too cold to use the deck at night so it really didn't matter to us. Our refridgerator was left over from an 80's yard sale. The bathrooms were tiny. The TV's are old and without remotes, but there were DVD and VCR players. The kitchen was poorly stocked and lacked enough basic serving/cooking tools.
The staff at the desk at night seemed a bit slow and not too eager to move at anything but a snail's pace.
The mountain property and overall facilities are pretty nice, but stay in one of the other facilities and not Country Village.

  • Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank WanderingFloyd
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Reviewed 19 May 2009

The rooms were clean. The location was good for some day trips.

Now for the down side:
Since we went in between seasons we knew that most things would be closed and that did not bother us. John Harvards was open and the drinks are over-priced, but the service was good (something rarely seen in the Berkshires).

While the room itself was clean, the dishes were put away dirty as were the placemats. The toilet in the full bathroom was loose and wobbled. The refrigerator was missing shelves. We were sold two "logs" that were so damp that they wouldn't light. The screen door on the deck was stck and the steps were rotting off the deck.

I would think that they were just letting things run down waiting for a renovation, but the roof was brand new.

I had been warned and knew what I was getting into so I didn't get annoyed. We probably will never return.

Stayed: May 2009, travelled as a couple
2  Thank wawwie
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Reviewed 2 February 2009

We just stayed overnight at one of the condos at Jiminy Peak. We had to since we booked last minute and there were no rooms left at the main hotel (pretty much next door) according to the person who booked us.

On the whole, for $250 a night you get two beds, 1 and half baths. Plus a decent living room with fire place. Old, country style furniture was passable, and at least clean - I hope! A lot of space for two people but again, this was one of the remaining available places to stay at Jiminy this past weekend.

The condo (part of building 1) was stuck in either the late 70's or very early 1980's.

The kitchen, though full, literally looks like something from an episode of the Brady Bunch. Just really, really old appliances except for the refrigerator. Overall, the kitchen brings the whole place down.

Regarding the bathrooms, while there's no denying it's great to have two toilets, they were also extremely outdated. The vinyl floors in the main bath, in particular, were peeling off and were also very old. Like just about everything in this home, it's original. Also there is a dark red stain on the floor reminiscent of blood. Perhaps this should be removed???

The only thing that looks new in the bathroom is the tub. At least that was modern and clean (but no shampoo by the way!) What was weird about the shower was that the force of the water was so strong the shower curtains were billowing inside the stall -- it was a like a small hurricane/windstorm.

The main bedroom was equally ugly and the linens were barely passable for a chilly, 10 degree New England night. Plus they were old and ratty. Is that anyway to treat a guest, much less a paying one????

I understand money is very tight these days but for God's sake, when you are profiting from people staying in your home, go to Target, Kohl's or similar store and get some decent sheets.

Also the bed itself appeals to be falling apart and just looks mangy.

Overall, if I was the owner I would be embarrassed to rent this out & I find it almost preposterous that they and Jiminy Peak would charge us $250 a night for this room. The overall quality was that of a 2nd or 3rd rate hotel -- where you might only pay $80 or $90 a night.

What also bugs me is that Jiminy never mentions on their website -- or on the phone during the reservations process - that there might be other options on the mountain, such as the Wyndham Resorts. But that was never mentioned.

So overall, unless you get this room for super cheap, or you are the type of people who don't care about surroundings, i.e. the type of stuff I mentioned, I would not recommend this at all, unfortunately.

Also I want to be clear and emphasize that obviously kitchen and bath renovations are expensive. However, I take issue with the rate we were charged. I would seriously like whoever deals with the condo owners at Jiminy to stroll down the hill and see the condition of this place. Hopefully they will then lower the price to a much more reasonable rate.

  • Stayed: February 2009, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Judy149
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Reviewed 24 July 2008

We stayed at Jiminy in their "condos" called the Country Village in unit 15... it was GREAT! It's a 2 bedroom unit and was the closest to the Country Inn so we had the convenience of being able to walk to the mountain but the more spacious accomodations and super convenient parking...there are 2 spots reserved next to the condo. The condo seemed newly renovated with a gorgeous kitchen with stainless appliances and granite countertops...nicer than my kitchen at home! There was a flat screen TV in the living room with 2 comfy couches and very homey decor. The bathrooms are a bit dated but clean. Noticed there are many of these condos in the country village but some are 1/2 mile + from the mountain ....we got lucky and the one we got was a very short walk to the lifts, Country Inn, Store and restaurants. The skiing was good too...lines weren't too long and the mountain wasn't too crowded. Great for families ...our 5 and 10 year olds thoroughly enjoyed the mountain.

  • Stayed: February 2008, travelled with family
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Additional Information about Country Village at Jiminy Peak

Address: Corey Road, Hancock, MA 01237
Region: United States > Massachusetts > Berkshires > Hancock
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Free Parking Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly) Kitchenette Restaurant Suites Swimming Pool
Hotel Style:
Ranked #2 of 2 Speciality Lodging in Hancock
Price Range: £135 - £476 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 45
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Country Village at Jiminy Peak is a quaint neighborhood of 2 and 3 bedroom vacation homes located near the base area and village center of the resort. All units have private parking and many offer decks off the back. 2 bedroom units have 1 ½ baths, while the 3 bedroom units offer 2 full baths. All come with queen size sleeper couches, and cable/satellite TV. These units are perfect for families or larger groups on vacation! ... more   less 
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Country Village At Jiminy Peak Berkshires/Hancock, MA

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