Miraval Berkshire Resort & Spa will add Wyndhurst Manor and more accommodations this spring

Miraval Berkshire Resort & Spa will add a property this spring to include an impressive Gilded Age mansion.

The adult-only resort, located in Lenox, announced plans Monday to add Wyndhurst Mansion, three carriage houses and a fine-dining restaurant on April 1.

The 10-bedroom mansion, inspired by Berkshire’s Golden Age, features a glass-walled verandah, private conference room, grand ballroom, and the large lawn used for special events. The adjacent carriage houses will add 10 rooms and suites to the Miraval.

Miraval will also add the 1894 Fireside and Bistro Bar, named after the year the Wyndhurst Mansion was finalized. According to Miraval, the new restaurant will provide “a dining and secondary dining experience for Miraval Berkshire guests, with a formal dining room and bar overlooking the rolling Berkshire hills, complementing the resort’s existing restaurants at Harvest Moon Restaurant. and The Roost.”

The Wyndhurst Club, a golf and fitness club, will not make any changes to its branding, operations or membership with the transition from Wyndhurst Manor to Miraval. The club offers multiple fun activities including golf, tennis, a fitness center, the Wyndhurst indoor and outdoor pool, Sloane’s Tavern and access to Miraval Berkshires Resort & Spa via day and evening passes according to Miraval.

Miraval Berkshires spans 29,000 square feet and is the largest spa of the three Miraval properties. The other two are located in Arizona and Texas.

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