Berkshire Timeshare, Bentley Brook Timeshare Lays Off Half its Staff

The Berkshire Eagle reports that at Berkshire Bentley Brook, a Bentley Brook timeshare condominium, 40 employees (roughly half the resort’s staff) were laid off last week. Wyndham timeshare, which owns and operates Bentley Brook, says that the employees are receiving comprehensive severance packages, and that this lay off is the last expected at the resort.

Bentley Brook Timeshare Resort

Bentley Brook timeshare opened in 1998, and is located in the Jiminy Peak ski resort, of Hancock, Massachusetts. The timeshare condo has 155 timeshare units and was formerly a Fairfield Resort. Today Bentley Brook is one of more than 145 Wyndham timeshare vacation ownership resorts.

The resort’s location, with easy access to ski lifts and year-round area attractions, has long made it a popular destination for vacations in every season. Skiers enjoy the convenience of ski lifts only 200 feet from the resort – ski out your front door. In the spring, outdoor enthusiasts are eager to hit the area’s many trails for biking, hiking, and horseback riding. Summer is the time for water sports, picnics, and amazing cultural opportunities from Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, to the Shakespearean theater, nearby museums and historic sites. And in the fall, of course, everyone comes to see the autumn colors.

Bentley Brook timeshare resales are available in a range of prices, and as timeshare rentals. Employee cutbacks at the resort primarily involved the timeshare resort’s sales staff and should not impact the service and attention you will receive on a Bentley Brook timeshare vacation.