Willows Motel

About Us

Outstanding service and warmth, overall coziness and cleanliness give our motel a “home away from home” feeling. Experience the friendly atmosphere of a small family owned and operated New England Motel.

This non-smoking, AAA rated property is located minutes from Williams College, Williamstown Theater Festival, Williams College Museum of Art, Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, 62 Center for Theater and Dance, Mass MoCA and all of the quaint New England shops and restaurants in Williamstown and North Adams, MA.


Save on each Jiminy Peak adult ski ticket
December-February when you stay at the Willows.


Relax in our park like setting.


Enjoy our sun drenched heated
pool in summer


Start Your Day with Complimentary
Continental Breakfast

  • Country Shaker Décor
  • Beds with Comfortable Sealy mattresses.
  • A seating area with two comfortable chairs
  • Private Bath
  • Telephones with free local and long distance calls within USA
  • Remote Control – Cable TV
  • Alarm clock
  • FREE Wi-Fi Internet access in all rooms
  • Air conditioner & Individual Heat Control
  • Refrigerator, Microwave & Coffee Maker
  • Hair dryer
  • Wake up Call
  • All Rooms Non-smoking
  • DVD & VCR available in selected rooms
  • Iron, Iron Board also available on request
  • Ice machine available in front office

  • Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool (Seasonal)
  • FREE Wi-Fi Internet covering full property
  • Complimentary Continental Breakfast (Seasonal)
  • Connecting rooms available
  • Picnic Area and Gardens
  • Free parking with RV and Buses parking.
  • Soda Machine
  • No Pets are allowed

  • Next door restaurants
  • 1/2 mile from Williams campus
  • Two Art Museums nearby
  • 15 minutes to Jiminy Peak Ski Area or Brodie Snowtubing
  • About 4 miles to Mass MoCA and MCLA campus
  • Short drive from other Berkshire attractions


One Queen Bed at The Willows Motel

Our room with one queen bed has a really comfortable Sealy mattress with seating area consisting two comfortable chairs and table. Amenities include telephone with free local and long distance calls within USA, remote control – cable TV, alarm clock, Wi-Fi internet access, air conditioner, individual heat control, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. Perfect for a couple visiting Williamstown, business traveler or an artist up in the Berkshires at Mass MoCA or one of our many other art venues.

Our Two Double Bed Room

Get a good night sleep at the Willows motel in our standard 2 Full bed room with seating area consisting two comfortable chairs, table, writing desk and a chest of drawers. Amenities include, telephones with free local and long distance calls within USA, remote control – cable TV, alarm clock, Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access, air conditioner, individual heat control, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. All of our rooms have a full private bath with bathtub and shower. It is perfect for parents visiting Williams College, business travelers and families on vacation.
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Our Two Queen Bed Room

Two Queen Beds Room @ WillowsOur 2 Queen Bed room is perfect for families on vacation or when you need a bit more room. Large, nicely decorated 2 queen bed rooms have a seating area consisting two comfortable chairs, table, writing desk and a chest of drawers. Amenities include, telephones with free local and long distance calls within USA, remote control – cable TV, alarm clock, Wi-Fi high-speed Internet access, air conditioner, individual heat control, refrigerator, microwave and coffee maker. All of our rooms have a full private bath with bathtub and shower.

Room Rates

Our Rooms Winter/Spring

One Queen

$59 to $79 $65 to $99 $79 to $109 $89 to $279

Two Double

$65 to $89 $75 to $119 $79 to $115 $89 to $299

Two Queens

$75 to $99 $85 to $129 $89 to $119 $99 to $359


$109 to $149 $129 to $169 $129 to $189 $189 to $899


Room rates are higher on some holiday weekend, fall foliage, & special events.

⇒ We accept all major credit cards and travelers checks
⇒ Check-in time starts at 1 P.M. and Check-out time is by 11 A.M.
⇒ All rates are quoted double occupancy
⇒ Children are welcome and there is no charge for children under 12 years old.
⇒ Extra person rate is $10 and may vary in summer/fall
⇒ We are pleased to offer you roll-away beds $10 extra per day. Cribs are provided for no extra cost. Extra beds and cribs are first come first serve basis
⇒ There is additional room tax of 11.7% applicable
⇒ Minimum stay is required for some special weekends and for high demand periods
⇒ General Cancellation policy is 7 days but may differ on special events.
⇒ Some special events requires full deposit to guarantee the reservation
⇒ No smoking and no pets allowed



Town Attractions

See The Berkshire County Event Calendar

The Willows Motel is strategically located in the heart of Williamstown, close to many area attractions.

Chapin Library of Rare Books & Manuscripts

Changing exhibitions. Permanent display of the Four Founding documents of the United States. 413- 597-2462

Clark Art Institute

Art museum and research center known for French impressionist, (including more than 30 Renoirs), Old Master, and American paintings, prints, drawings, sculpture, special exhibitions. Tues-Sun 10-5, year round. 413-458-9545

The Harrison Gallery

Opened in May, 2001, The Harrison Gallery has established itself amongst fine art galleries in Williamstown, MA as a destination for travelers, a constant for residents, and a quality source of fine artists.  413-458-1700

Hopkins Observatory.

Oldest observatory in the country. Planetarium shows. 413-597-2188

Jiminy Peak, The Mountain Resort

Ski & snowboard resort. Alpine Slide, horseback riding, mini golf, trout pond, Euro-bungee trampoline, rock climbing wall, summit chairlift ride. 413-738-5500

Taconic Golf Club.

Semi private PGA club, owned by Williams College. Often rated as one of the top 5 college courses by Golf Magazine.18 holes. 413-458- 3997

Waubeeka Golf Links

18 hole public golf course, challenging but fair holes and greens, spectacular scenic setting. 458-8355 Pro shop

Williams College

Established in 1793, the college is private, residential, coeducational, and liberal arts a community composed of students, faculty, and staff drawn from a variety of backgrounds. The undergraduate enrollment is approximately 2,000 students. There are two graduate programs in the history of art and development economics. Switchboard 413-4597-3131

Williams College Museum of Art

Changing exhibitions emphasize American, modern, contemporary art of world cultures. 413-597-2429

Williamstown Film Festival

Honoring past achievements in cinema and showcasing the best new films on the American indie scene. October 18-27, 2002.  413-458- 9700

Williamstown Theatre Festival

2002 Tony Award winning theatre! Presenting over 200 performances mid-June-August. Also Cabaret and Free Theatre with a renowned company of actors. 413-597-3400.  Box office 597-3399

Bennington Battle Monument

Elevator to top of the 306 feet obelisk.  Commemorates this Revolutionary War battle. Open mid-April through October 31. 802-447- 0550

Bennington Museum

One of the finest regional history and art museums in New England. It houses the largest collection of Grandma Moses paintings and memorabilia. Open daily. 802-447-1571

Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art ( Mass MoCA )

The country’s largest contemporary art and multi-disciplinary center featuring a vast array of performances and exhibitions in a 19th century factory campus. 413-662-2111

Mohawk Trail

63 mile historic highway from Williamstown to Deerfield featuring over 100 attractions. Famous “Hairpin Turn”

Mount Greylock State Reservation

Highest peak in Massachusetts. Hiking trails, snow mobile trails, lookout summit. 413-499-4262

Oldcastle Theatre Company

Award winning equity theatre in a beautiful gallery setting. May through December.  802-447-0564

Berkshire Botanical Garden

Intimate country landscapes and display gardens, educational programs, special events. 413-298-3926

Berkshire Theatre Festival

Professional summer theatre from Broadway musicals to off-beat dramas. May through October. 413-298-5536

Crab Apple Whitewater Rafting

Raft the Deerfield River. Guaranteed dam releases from April to October. 800-553-7238

Edith Wharton Restoration at The Mount

Novelist’s Edith Warton’s elegant home and gardens ~”Centennial Celebration” June 1, October 31 2002. 413-637-1899.

Hancock Shaker Village

200 year old original Shaker Village, 21 buildings, live demonstrations 413-443-0188


Tours of the summer home of Abraham Lincoln’s son, Robert Todd Lincoln. Many special events held annually on the beautiful grounds of the estate. 802-362-1788.

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival

America’s Oldest dance festival. “The Hub & Mecca of Dancing in North America” ~ TIME June 18-Aug 25. 413-243-0745

Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory & Gardens

4000 square foot glass conservatory with 800-1000 native and tropical butterflies dancing through the year. 3 season outdoor gardens with butterfly theme. Art gallery, gift shop.  Open 7 days. Closed Christmas and Thanksgiving.  413-665-2805

Norman Rockwell Museum

Largest collection of original Rockwell art. Kids free. 800-742-9450

Shakespeare & Company

One of the largest Shakespeare festivals in the country. Silver Anniversary season presents 12 plays in 3 new theatres through November. 413-637-3353.


The idyllic summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, offers classical, jazz, and popular concerts from June through Labor Day. Tickets: 888-266-1200. Information 413-637-5165 in season.

Yankee Candle

Candle making demonstrations and museum. Holiday Christmas Village, Toy Factory, special events. Open daily except Thanksgiving & Christmas. 413-665-2929

Zoar Outdoor

Whitewater rafting, canoe and kayak instruction and rock climbing adventures. 800-532-7483

Rosewood Country Inn

Located in the Mt. Sunapee/Lake Sunapee Region of New Hampshire. Romantic

suites with fireplaces and Jacuzzis-for-two




480 Main Street
Williamstown, MA 01267
(413) 458-5768

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