Miraval Berkshires Roots
Take a stroll through history on the lush grounds that have housed industrialists, clergy, writers, musicians, golfers, and culture lovers in Massachusetts. The central hilltop Tudor-style Wyndhurst Mansion has overlooked this countryside for more than a century.
Built by John Sloane in 1894, the stately "cottage" is surrounded by 380 acres of woodland delights, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the famous landscape architect who created New York’s Central Park.
The Mansion is a part of Wyndhurst Manor & Club which neighbors Miraval Berkshires on the same 380 acres.