My family just stayed for a second summer at this B&B, and we highly recommend it. Last year they stayed in the farmhouse, which has common areas with various private bedrooms; this year, they stayed in one of the separate apartments that slept four (2 beds) in a chalet-style design. This room was definitely preferable, since it was entirely private and has a small kitchen, some updated amenities (a small tv, recliners, nicely decorated bathroom, stove, oven, minifridge) along with a deck in the front and back. It's on the second floor, so there are 15 steps to get up to it, and a narrow stairwell inside to get up to the loft, but it was all perfect for us. The front deck conveniently has a set of table and chairs to relax underneath the umbrella and look out on the lawn.
We all loved the breakfast, too! Jean, who runs the place, clearly knows how to entertain her guests, and plans meals that have many options and never feel like the same old same old (attached picture was like an egg frittata on the second day; yum!) She also sources her food from local farms and dairies, so you know you're getting the full local flair. The dining area is quaintly decorated, and has plenty of sunlight.
If you're a reader, there are tons of books all over, from poetry and New England novels to Shaker histories and contemporary fiction. The farmhouse also has a living room and library area, so there's plenty of lounging space.
And there's plenty culture in the area that's a short drive away (~30 minutes): in MA, there's Lenox (Shakespeare and Co.) and Stockbridge (Norman Rockwell Museum); Williamstown and North Adams (MassMoCA) aren't that much further; in NY, Theater Barn is just around the corner in New Lebanon. The Clark Museum is a short drive as well.