Staveleigh House

The perfect retreat from today's hustle and bustle

Tour Our Berkshires House

"The hospitality at Staveleigh House is deeper and more thoughtful than any you will find anywhere else"

~HOUSE AND GARDENS MAGAZINE

Join us for a complimentary beverage of your choice under the canopy of century old trees or in the common room by the fire place.

Breakfast is served from 8:00 - 10:00am featuring fresh fruit cup, Overnight French Toast, Belgian waffles, pumpkin bread and more. 

Our produce is grown locally at Berkshire farms like Indian Line Farm and Moon in the Pond Farm.  Fresh roasted coffees, seasonal fruits and local pure maple syrup complete our morning selections.

All guest rooms have amenities such as Schiffman mattresses and box springs, fine linens, white terry cloth robes and comfy LL Bean down comforters.

Our Berkshire B&B has 7 rooms all with private baths.  Rooms are Queen, King and Twin bedded. All rooms are air conditioned and most have cable TV. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available throughout the inn.

 

 

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Meet the Innkeepers; Chris and Mike Scott

Chris and Mike both grew up in New Jersey and have enjoyed successful professional careers for over 30 years.  Chris has worked in the healthcare field as a Registered Dietitian and Exercise Physiologist.  Mike has served as an IT executive for several large corporations.  They have dreamed of owning a Bed & Breakfast for many years and are very happy to have their dream come true in the beautiful Berkshires of Massachusetts.  Chris and Mike invite you to come stay with them and relax in their comfortable country inn.

 

 

 

Staveleigh House History

Chris and Mike are the new owners of the inn whose original structure was first built for a young minister from Dartmouth in 1818. That minister, James Bradford, was the third pastor of Old Parish Church.  He lived there for 25 years with his wife and seven children. The original building, which was a plain colonial, was half the size of the current house.

In the 1890s, Harry Andrew Staveleigh bought the house, modernized and expanded it, built the grand staircase and added the ornate hearth and fireplace mantle.  He had the name Staveleigh carved into the mantle. Over the years, improvements have been made in keeping with its traditional style. Private baths have been added, the kitchen remodeled and furnishings chosen to assure a warm and inviting B&B experience.