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A day at The Mount is an opportunity to experience the beauty and splendor of Edith Wharton’s beloved country estate. We offer guided tours of the house and gardens, a Backstairs Tour, and our popular Ghost Tour. There are no velvet ropes and...more
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We were staying in the area for a weekend escape and The Mount was near our inn. We decided to visit and are we ever glad we did. There is both a house and garden tour. We only did the house tour but learned a...More
We took the tour and our guide was great... Ann with the gray hair and glasses! It was obvious she was into her job and the entire Wharton experience. The gardens and paths were splendid and the gardens gorgeous!
We took the house tour and also the garden tour, and wandered around the grounds. It happened to be the day when several horse drawn coaches arrived at the house, which made the visit even more special. If you like classic homes and lovely gardens,...More
Great walk outside and within the building. I suggest the guided tour of the home. Edith Wharton lived a verrrryyy interesting life. The guides are knowledgeable and inject humor respectfully. I recommend a visit even if you're not a fan of Edith Wharton's work.
We had the opportunity to visit "The Mount", Edith Warton's home located in the Newport Vermont, in the Berkshires. The home is a three story mansion that Edith designed and spent about seven years at before moving to Paris. The home has been restored and...More
I have been fortunate to have visited Edith Warton's home in Newport so we thought we would visit this one as well. The home is wonderful, easy to live in, the staff was great and knowledgeable. The grounds and that history was remarkable.
Although from money and part of Gilded Age the house showed that Edith Wharton used her money to spread some good to others. Although knew of her as a writer didn't realise how prolific she was. Grounds and waljs adds to the visit
If you are interested in gardens, architecture and American literary history, this is well worth the time. The Mount, Edith Wharton’s home, has a wonderful history that is quintessential Berkshire’s. Tours of the home are offered on the hour. But garden tours are offered on...More
Response from miamimimi2018 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry for late response, was traveling. No, Unfortunately I do not recall the color of the dining and have no photos either.
But, if you were to call them I am sure you would receive a precise answer. Good luck