Welcome to the Staveleigh House bed and breakfast. This handsome colonial and two-story inn resides in historic Sheffield, Massachusetts in the lovely Berkshires. Originally built in 1817 for Reverend Bradford, this house has stood and watched over generations of Sheffield families.
Ali A. Winston, Innkeeper
Innkeeper Ali Winston serves a memorable breakfast that might include apple-cheddar quiche, Belgian waffles, pumpkin bread, or baked rhubarb jam.» More
This gracious colonial's guest rooms provide the perfect retreat from today's hustle and bustle.» More
Sheffield offers an abundance of fine antiquing, the oldest covered bridge in Massachusetts and Bartholomew's Cobble- a 170 acre wildlife preserve.» More
High Speed Internet
We offer a complimentary high speed Internet connection.» More
Back in the Gilded Age of the late 19th Century, when the mansions of millionaire industrialists dotted the countryside of western Massachusetts, the Berkshire Railway connected New York City and Boston to the Berkshires. Nowadays, if you want to spend a weekend up in those lush hills where music festivals and art museums are sprinkled across the verdant countryside like fairy lights.. Read more!