A Historic Berkshires Inn in Sheffield, MA
Staveleigh House Bed and Breakfast is a handsome two-story colonial located in historic Sheffield, Massachusetts. Sheffield is in the beautiful Berkshire mountain region of western Massachusetts. Built in 1817 for Reverend James Bradford, third pastor of the Old Parish Church in town, Staveleigh House has served as both a family home and as an inn throughout the years. If this old house could talk it would tell of children’s laughter, community festivities, and satisfied guests. Today the Staveleigh House is an inviting Berkshires B&B offering guests a comfortable place to relax after a busy week. It is also the perfect place from which to explore this area’s rich heritage, natural beauty, and cultural attractions.
Our Sheffield bed and breakfast has seven unique and charming rooms, all with private baths, air conditioning, and high-speed Wi-Fi access. The two first-floor rooms have private entrances to the outside, providing the perfect escape during your weekend getaway in the Berkshires. These two rooms are also pet-friendly. Each room has a flat-screen television with cable, fine linens and premium comforters for your relaxation. Guests are welcome to use the living room to entertain friends or relax with a good book.
At this beautiful Sheffield B&B,you will wake up every morning refreshed and enjoy a gourmet breakfast. Breakfast is served each day from 8 am until 10 am in the sunlit dining room. This delicious start to the day includes juice, a fruit course and breakfast favorites such as French toast drizzled with Berkshires maple syrup, frittatas, and Belgian waffles topped with fresh fruit and whipped cream. Coffee is brewed from beans that are locally-roasted. Fresh eggs, vegetables, and pure maple syrup come from local farms. Special dietary needs can be easily accommodated.