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Located on Laurel Street, this 52 room facility offers some units with fireplace and balcony overlooking lake. Sauna, boat dock, restaurant and rental boats offered to guests. In room cable television, refrigerator and some rooms with private whirlpool included. Non smoking rooms are available. Senior discounts are offered.

Location: 435 Laurel St., Lee Massachusetts 01238 Telephone 413-243-2700

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
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(Windham) Antique Rose Inn
(Great Barrington) Barrington Court Motel
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(Lee) Best Western Black Swan Inn
(Chicopee) Best Western Chicopee Motor Lodge

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