Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Hancock, Wyndham at Bentley Brook is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its family-friendly environment and proximity to great restaurants, Wyndham at Bentley Brook makes it easy to enjoy the best of Hancock.
Rooms at Wyndham at Bentley Brook offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
A pool and barbeque facilities will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Wyndham at Bentley Brook, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity to Ioka Valley Farm (1.3 mi), guests of Wyndham at Bentley Brook can easily experience one of Hancock's most popular landmarks.
Travellers looking to enjoy some shrimp can head to John Harvard's Restaurant & Brewery. Otherwise, you may want to check out a pub such as Christiansen's Tavern.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Wyndham at Bentley Brook is sure to make your visit to Hancock one worth remembering.
very nice resort but needs some minor work - repairs were quick and friendly - not many eateries in the area - must have a car to get around - resort was confusing to get around - could need a jitney or small bus to get around resort
Very quiet peaceful experience. After booking our stay we read some of the reviews about noise complaints. We experienced none of that. We did have a couple problems with unit but maintenance resolved them quickly. would definitely come back again.
We had a great family vacation with outdoor fun too. We went to Greylock mountain with amazing views and the beautiful monument for the men and women who lose there lives. Jiminy peak was very cool with outdoor stuff to do. Found some good restaurants.
Resort was immaculately maintained. Location was beautiful & near many sites for tourists. All amenities were open.Staff & maintenance was very attentive. Would highly recommend this resort!! Already talking about plans to go back.
This is a timeshare facility, though its run more like a hotel, which is a good thing. We had an adequately sized two bedroom unit, which we booked only because Vacation Village across the street had none available. Since this facility is on the same property as Jiminy Peak resort, it could hardly be more convenient, with adjacent restaurant, pub, store, skiing in the winter, tennis courts and exhaustive outdoor adventure park in the summer. The exterior of the units is exemplary, as is their maintenance. And while the staff did their best, the shortcomings shine through. Administratively, absolutely no complaints. Check-in was friendly and efficient. Likewise the simple hotel-style checkout, without the typical timeshare-cleanup procedure, was a welcome additional feature. The kitchen was also well equipped, the non stick pans really were, and the array of utensils was complete, with the exception of a missing flat spatula. The soft-curved spatula did in a pinch, but then I didn’t try to make pancakes. The beds were comfortable, chairs and couch reasonably so, though having only one upholstered chair in a unit that sleeps 6 is less than ideal. Having the plethora of table lamps with usb and 110 outlets was terrific. The lighting otherwise was mixed, with most of the bulbs warm and pleasing (2700k), but the kitchen ceiling lights and a couple others were nasty “daylight” white, more appropriate for a walk-in refrigerator. Our unit had such a light bulb the tiny master toilet/shower room, making it that much more unpleasant. Despite our unit looking as if it had just been refreshed, the paint choices left much to be desired: the use of the mud-grey walls throughout, except for the bold blue behind the couch, made the overall effect dismal not the least homey. Compare to the Vacation Village units across the street, perhaps slightly dated, but the overall effect is perfectly warm and appealing. Those units also have a chandelier of sorts over the dining table, rather than a plain ceiling light; vastly superior. Some ailments are simply built into the architecture: Tiny windows, tiny balcony, rendered mostly unusable due to the noisy heat/ac in the side wall. Not great in the bedrooms, the AC/heat was absurdly noisy in the living room, requiring raised voices and increased tv volume. Some white noise is often welcome in apartments, but this was oppressive. The increase tv volume necessity was that much more annoying since the sound insulation between units is so lacking, and we could clearly hear conversations and tv from our neighbors. We didn’t watch much tv in the bedroom to try not to reciprocate the issue with our neighbors. Given the walkable adjacency of Jiminy Peak, including a bar and restaurant, convenience store, and outdoor activities, this facility still has great appeal, but when I’d return to the unit at the end of the day, I always wished I was across the street at Vacation Village.…