Half of the best Airbnbs in Massachusetts are located in the Berkshires

We know the short term rental market in the Berkshires is hot, hot, hot. Despite the cold temperatures, visitors from around the world continue to flock to our part of the state to experience all the natural beauty we have to offer.

Territory supplywhich, according to its website, is “on a mission to help its readers have unforgettable travel experiences”

Highlighting the diversity of scenery Massachusetts has to offer in such a small acreage, the travel blog has compiled a list of the best short-term rentals the Bay State has to offer. They’ve ranked their top ten and HALF of the list are rental properties located right here in Berkshire County.

Not to mention that most short-term rental properties in the Berkshires, from rustic to luxurious, typically cost a fraction of the price of a rental in Beacon Hill or Cape Cod.

Check out the five localized selections that made the top ten that are all located right here in the Berkshires, brought to you by Territory Supply.

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Keep reading to see if your favorite beach town made the cut.

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