Villager Motel - Williamstown42.73732, -73.20843
Villager Motel is an affordable venue that features 13 rooms with views over garden. This accommodation operates since 1967.
The Clark Art Institute is 2.1 miles from the property and Williams College Museum Of Art is 1.8 miles away. The hotel is within 1.8 miles from the center of Williamstown. In the vicinity of the venue there is Mountain Meadow Preserve. Community Bible Church is just near the property.
Each room at this accommodation is equipped with an in-room safe, central heating and a stereo system. Rooms are equipped with private bathrooms.
Eat & Drink
Every morning at the restaurant guests may enjoy a continental breakfast. The venue has a gastronomic restaurant for on-site dining. Chef's Hat is 400 feet from The Villager Motel.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 13.
On-site parking lot
Express check-in/ -out
- Free breakfast
- Paid cribs (on request)
Spa & Leisure
- Garden area
- In-room air conditioning
- Tea and coffee facilities
- In-room desk
- Ironing facilities
- Private bathroom
- Bathtub shower combination
- Room toiletries
- Flat-screen TV
- Cable/ Satellite television
- Carpeted floor
Rooms and availability
Bed options:2 Double beds
Max occupancy:4 persons
- City landmarks
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What my friends and I liked was that Williams College is in immediate proximity to this place.
Not that far from campus.
Close to Williams College - we liked the location.
The room was a good size and very clean. I had a King size bed and the room was at the back of the motel away from the road. The gorgeous historic town of Benngington Vermont is about a 10 minute drive away, and Williamstown itself (5 minutes from the motel) is worth visiting - a historic college town. The manageress was very sweet and provided dinner recommendations.
The heating was up far too high, and there was no way to adjust the temperature in the room.
Advertised wireless did not exist. No AT&T cell coverage.
It was family owned, I think, and they did all that was in their power to make people feel welcomed and taken care of.
I think that for the price and last minute availability this was a great fit for our need -- nothing to complain about.
Clean room. Comfortable bed. Very friendly & helpful hostess (owner?)
place was ok and staff nice but for the $ would have rather gone somewhere else. only stayed one night so was ok
Basic amenities, good location -- near Williamstown and Bennington and other Berkshire towns. We stayed one night only to visit specifically Mass moca, Williams College Museum of Art, and the Clark Institute. Decor was a bit dowdy but the room and bathroom were very clean, there was plenty of hot water, and a mini fridge came in handy for storing water bottles and fruit. The a/c and the tv worked well, bed was comfortable. I had a queen room and my friend had a room with two double beds; all the units were filled, but it was pleasantly quiet. Lodging in Williamstown during the summer and fall months is very expensive, but if you're willing to stay a few miles from town the Villager is about half the price of rooms right in town. Also, there's plenty of free parking and a continental breakfast is served from something like 6-10 A.M. The owner was very cordial. I recommend this as an inexpensive place to stay in the Berkshires, but I would limit it to just a two- or three-night stay.
The exterior of the motel and the grounds need some tlc.
We really enjoyed our stay at the The Villager Motel. It was clean, attractive and contained everything we needed - a small fridge, a small closet, a tv, air conditioning, two comfortable queen beds and plenty of towels. The Continental breakfast (cereal, fresh fruit, coffee, toast and juice) included in the price exceeded our expectations.
Internet service was not working. Bathroom was not very clean. A/C was very noisy & hard to regulate temperature.
Very friendly staff.
The rooms look like they have not been updated since the Nixon administration.
Musty, poorly furnished, front door lock broken.
The staff was accommodating.
Very limited on Verizon cell usage.