After a career in architecture in Philadelphia with the office of Lou Kahn, urbanism with the Harvard MIT Joint Center, teaching at University of Venezuela, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Columbia University, Rock and Roll at the Music Inn in Stockbridge, David made his way as a creative force in hospitality at Race Brook Lodge in Sheffield. Established in 1990, it's still the most beautiful spot in the Berkshires.
Originally from the Berkshires, Casey traveled extensively as a documentary filmmaker, living in Boston, New York, India and Athens, Greece. In 2012, he returned home and took the reigns of Race Brook Lodge. Inspired by his experience with meditation, yoga, healing and his awe for the natural world, Casey guides Race Brook Lodge to as a forerunner in hospitality, sustainability and a conductor of inner harmony.
Saadia is an Ayurvedic practitioner, herbalist and artist. She loves plants, likes to draw them too. She believes all things are alive. Saadia recently moved to the Berkshires where she helps run Race Brook Lodge and repotted her Ayurvedic practice, Simply Ayurveda.
It was as a manager of the Club Helsinki in Great Barrington that Craig first met David Rothstein and his son, Casey. Their conversations included tales of faraway lands such as Japan, where Craig taught English. Forging a new vision, Craig joined the Race Brook team and is front desk reservations manager, as well as coordinator of large events and weddings at Race Brook Lodge.
Beth grew up in the south foothills of Berkshire County and recognized "the magic" thhat this area brings to one's life. After studying human services and psychology out of state, she returned to The Berkshires. As administrative coordinator for Race Brook Lodge, guests and team members alike will be welcomed by her smile.