Welcome to Lee Thank you for visiting our warm and charming village by the meandering Housatonic River, in a valley with breath taking views in the leafy Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts.  Throughout the seasons world class music, dance, theater, museums, and historic homes are all within easy driving distance. Outdoor activities abound on our gentle slopes, country roads and glimmering lakes. In autumn the leaves change to a dazzling array of colors unique to the northeast region of the country. Ski areas are nearby when winter turns snowy white; spring brings the fantastic rebirth of our fields, farms, and hillsides.  Lodging, food, drinks, shopping, and outdoor activities are here to suit every taste and to fit every budget. Volunteers will assist you at the Lee Visitor Information Center at the Town Park, open Monday-Saturday from 10:00-4:00 pm during the spring/summer/fall seasons.  The mission of the Lee Chamber of Commerce is to promote the town, not only as a vacation destination, but also as the site of a strong business community, well-regarded school system, and a vibrant and committed citizenry. We at the Chamber are here to assist in all areas; supporting our local business owners, artisans and visitors alike as well as preserving our robust sense of community and small-town values.  Lee exudes a healthy and delightful atmosphere in which to live, learn, shop, visit, enjoy nature, and conduct business. Welcome to our classically quaint New England town of Lee, we’re open year ‘round for your enjoyment. Yours truly,  Robert Healey Board President, Lee Chamber of Commerce Owner, Chambery Inn

Lee Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors 2021


President:   Bob Healey, Chambery Inn
Vice President:   Jen O’Neil, Greylock Federal Credit Union
Treasurer:   Rebecca Martin, NBT Bank
Secretary:   Paula Miller, Lee Bank
Past President:   Franck Tessier, Chez Nous Bistro
At-Large:   Phil Smith, Board Member Emeritus
Executive Director:   Colleen Henry (ex officio)

Board of Directors

Franck Tessier Cafe Triskele
Mayur Patel Black Swan Inn
Erik Williams Canna Provisions
Jennifer O’Neil Greylock Credit Union
Phil Celentano Pittsfield Co-op
Gloria Friedman Applegate Inn
Paula Gangell-Miller Lee Bank
Lynn Bertelli Cross Town Property
Doug Bagnasco Devonfield Inn
Rebecca Martin NBT Bank
Bob Healey Chambery Inn
Marilyn Kelly Board Member Emerita
Mary McGinnis Board Member Emerita
Phil Smith Board Member Emeritus

One of the Berkshire’s most famous residents says that when he returns from his world travels and drives west toward exit two on I-90 in Lee, his “blood pressure returns to normal.” Let’s call it the “Berkshire Effect,” a sense of well-being engendered by the verdant hills and the meandering rivers. The rich cultural offerings—the world’s greatest music played by one of the leading symphony orchestras, the nation’s most famous dance festival, high quality theater offerings, outstanding museums, historic homes and so much more—further the sense that all is right with the world. Inspired by this sense of balance, National Geographic named the Berkshires one of the top ten most authentic places in the world for visitors. In the same vein, we love to tell the tale of a West Coast woman visiting a Boston hotel who asked the concierge what to see on her brief two-day trip to the Berkshires. No press agent could have come up with a better answer: “Go to Lenox, it’s a marvelous boutique; go to Stockbridge, it’s a classic photo op; then go to Lee, it’s the real Berkshires.” May we invite you to come see “The Real Berkshires?”

Town of Lee

Town of Lee

Lee Town Government