What makes for a great Stockbridge Bed and Breakfast? Is it a combination of wonderful guests and gracious staff? A place with magical surroundings that delivers delicious food and luxurious rooms? : for sale

What makes for a great Stockbridge Bed and Breakfast? Is it a combination of wonderful guests and gracious staff? A place with magical surroundings that delivers delicious food and luxurious rooms?

Stockbridge, Massachusetts, United States of America


2 650 000 USD

Agent: Cliff Jacobs - Managing Principal Estate Agent & CEO (Nat.Dpl.Hotel Man (UJ). M.P.R.E.)
Agent Cellphone: +27 (0) 84 413 1071 / +27 (0) 61 716 6951
Agent Office Number: +27 (0) 21 554 0283
Agent Email Address: cliff@exquisitehotelconsultants.com
Type: Boutique Hotel and Wedding / Conference Venue
Bedrooms: 16
Bathrooms: 16
Showers: 16
Parking: 40
Yield: Not Disclosed

Stockbridge is a town in Berkshire County in western Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,947 at the 2010 census. A year-round resort area, Stockbridge is home to the Norman Rockwell Museum, the Austen Riggs Centre (a psychiatric treatment center), and Chesterwood, home and studio of sculptor Daniel Chester French.


Former Bancroft-Curtisville Hotel in Interlaken, one of Stockbridge's small villages

Stockbridge was first settled by English missionaries in 1734, who established it as a praying town for the Mahican Indian tribe known as the Stockbridge Indians. The township was set aside for the tribe by English colonists as a reward for their assistance against the French in the French and Indian Wars. The Reverend John Sergeant from Newark, New Jersey, was their missionary. Sergeant was succeeded in this post by Jonathan Edwards, a notable Christian theologian associated with the First Great Awakening.

First chartered as Indian Town in 1737, the village was officially incorporated on June 22, 1739, as Stockbridge. The English colonists named it after Stockbridge in Hampshire in Hamshire, England.

Although the Massachusetts General Court had assured the Stockbridge Indians that their land would never be sold, the agreement was rescinded. Despite the aid by the tribe during the Revolutionary War, the state forced their relocation to the west, first to New York State and then to Wisconsin. The village was taken over by British-American settlers.

With the arrival of the railroad in 1850, Stockbridge developed as a summer resort for the wealthy of Boston and other major cities. Many large houses, called Berkshire Cottages, were built in the area before World War 1 and the advent of the income tax. One estate on the Lenox border, Tanglewood, was adapted for use as the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.

Since 1853, Stockbridge has benefited from the presence of the Laurel Hill Association, a village beautification society. The Stockbridge Bowl Association maintains and preserves the natural beauty of Stockbridge Bowl and the surrounding Bullard Woods.

Stockbridge was the home of Elizabeth Freeman, a freed slave, late in her life. The former slave engaged the attorney Theodore Sedgwick to file a freedom suit on her behalf, based on the statements in the new state constitution in 1780. In the case with a slave named Brom, the county court ruled that they were both free under the constitution. Their case served as a precedent to a later case before the State Supreme Court, effectively ending slavery in Massachusetts. Freeman transferred as a free woman to work in the household of Sedgwick, who became a state judge. Also working in the household was Agrippa Hull, a free black veteran of the war, who became the largest black landowner in Stockbridge. Freeman was buried in the Sedgwick family plot at the Stockbridge Cemetery.

Catharine Maria Sedgwick,  a daughter of Theodore and his wife, became a renowned 19th-century literary figure. She was born in Stockbridge in 1789. She is the author of six novels, including her most famous, Hope Leslie (1827).

In the Curtisville area, now known as the Interlaken part of Stockbridge, Albrecht Pagenstecher, an immigrant from Saxony, established the first wood-based newsprint paper mill in the United States, in March 1867. Pagenstecher later went on to found "numerous pulp and paper mills throughout the Northeast and Canada" and serve on the Board of Directors of the International Paper Company.

The town has a tradition as an art colony. The sculptor Daniel Chester French lived and worked at his home and studio called Chesteerwood. Norman Rockwell painted many of his works in Stockbridge, home to the Norman Rockwell Museum.

Geography and climate

Stockbridge Town Offices in 1914 school building

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 23.7 sq mi (61.3 km2), of which 22.7 sq mi (58.9 km2) is land and 0.93 sq mi (2.4 km2), or 3.97%, is water. Stockbridge is bordered by Richmond to the northwest, Lenox to the north and northeast, Lee to the east, Great Barrington to the south, and West Stockbridge to the west. The town is located 13.5 miles (21.7 km) south of Pittsfield, 35 miles (56 km) southeast of Albany, New York, 45 miles (72 km) west-northwest of Springfield, and 130 miles (210 km) west of Boston.

Set among the Berkshire Mountains, Stockbridge is drained by the Housatonic River, which runs through the center of town. The river is fed by several marshy brooks and lakes, including Mohawk Lake to the west, Agawam Lake to the south, Lake Averic in the northwest, and Lake Mahkeenac, also known as the Stockbridge Bowl, to the north. Stockbridge Bowl is the site of a town beach, a boating club, and a summer camp, Camp Mah-Kee-Nac. North of the bowl lies parts of Tanglewood. To either side of the bowl lie West Stockbridge Mountain and Rattlesnake Hill. To the south, Monument Mountain peaks on the Great Barrington town line, and Beartown Mountain peaks to the east, closer to the Lee town line.

The town is nearly bisected by Interstate 90, the Massachusetts Turnpike. There are exits in neighboring West Stockbridge and Lee. Several state routes, including Route 102, Route 183 and U.S Route 7 all pass through town, with Routes 102 and 7 sharing a short stretch in downtown Stockbridge, and Routes 102 and 183 meeting in the village of Larrywaug. In this village are the Berkshire Botanical Gardens and the Norman Rockwell Museum. South of there, in the village of Glendale, Massachusetts lies Chesterwood.

The Housatonic Railroad, the main rail line between Pittsfield and Great Barrington, passes through the town and lies mostly on the southern bank of the river. The town lies along a Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) bus line, which provides service between Pittsfield and Great Barrington. Pittsfield is also the site of the nearest regional bus service, as well as regional Amtrak service. There are local airports in Pittsfield and Great Barrington, and the nearest national air service is located at Albany International Airport in New York.

As of the census of 2000, there were 2,276 people, 991 households, and 567 families residing in the town. By population, Stockbridge ranks twelfth out of the 32 cities and towns in Berkshire County, and 285th out of the 351 cities and towns in Massachusetts. The population density was 99.2 people per square mile (38.3/km2), which ranks 12th in the county and 281st in the Commonwealth. There were 1,571 housing units at an average density of 68.5 per square mile (26.4/km2). The racial makeup of the town was 96.92% White, 1.23% African American, 0.04% Native American, 0.44% Asian, 0.04% Pacific Islander, 0.97% from other races, and 0.35% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.90% of the population.

There were 991 households, out of which 18.9% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 47.4% were married couples living together, 6.9% had a female householder with no husband present, and 42.7% were non-families. Of all households 36.7% were made up of individuals, and 15.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.06 and the average family size was 2.67.

Indian Monument in 1905

In the town, the population was spread out, with 15.2% under the age of 18, 6.3% from 18 to 24, 22.5% from 25 to 44, 33.5% from 45 to 64, and 22.5% who were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 49 years. For every 100 females, there were 91.3 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 87.5 males.

The median income for a household in the town was $48,571, and the median income for a family was $59,556. Males had a median income of $32,500 versus $27,969 for females. The per capita income for the town was $32,499. About 1.7% of families and 8.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 1.2% of those under age 18 and 4.1% of those age 65 or over.


The first school in Stockbridge was opened in 1737 under the direction of John Sergeant, a missionary to the local Mohican Indians. It served as a school for the Christian education of Indian children. During the pre-American Revolutionary War years, several small schools were established to serve the children of new settlers scattered further outside the village.[19] The founding of the semi-private Academy after the Revolutionary War marked the beginning of a more structured commitment to secondary education in the town. Three of the four students in the first graduating class of Williams College in 1795 were alumni of the Academy.

In the early and mid-1800s Stockbridge schools earned the distinction of educating three Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States who served on the high court at the same time. All educated in Stockbridge, Stephen Johnson Field,[20] Henry Billings Brown[21] and David Josiah Brewer[22] served together as Associate Justices from 1891 to 1897.

Former Bancroft-Curtisville Hotel in Interlaken, one of Stockbridge's small villages

Students from Stockbridge, its small villages of Interlaken, Glendale and Larrywaug, and from the nearby town of West Stockbridge attended the town's Williams High School, established in 1872. In April 1968 the school closed after nearly a decade of contentious school regionalization debates and failed ballot measures. After the state refused in 1964 to help fund a new high school building, Stockbridge voters approved a regionalization plan to join Great Barrington and West Stockbridge in a consolidated school district.[23] In 1968 Stockbridge students joined those from Great Barrington's Searles High School in transferring to a new regional high school located in Great Barrington.[24]

The building of the former Stockbridge Plain School, completed in 1914, was shared by the elementary school and Williams High School, until the opening of Monument Mountain Regional High School in 1968. Stockbridge Plain School for several years then became one of the elementary schools in the new Berkshire Hills Regional School District. A renovation of the building was completed in 2008, and it now serves as the new town offices.

Today, Stockbridge, along with West Stockbridge and Great Barrington, remain members of the Berkshire Hills Regional School District. All students in the district attend school in Great Barrington, with elementary students attending Muddy Brook Regional Elementary School, middle school students attending Monument Valley Regional Middle School, and high school students attending Monument Mountain Regional High School.[25] In addition to public schools, there are private and religious schools located in the neighboring towns.

The nearest community college is the South County branch of Berkshire Community College in Great Barrington. The nearest state college is Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams, and the nearest state university is the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The nearest private college is Bard College at Simon's Rock, also in Great Barrington. Less than an hour's drive away, in Albany, New York, is a state university, University at Albany, SUNY, and also several private colleges.

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History of the Inn

While the Main House at this historic Stockbridge property wasn’t built until 1906, the history of the land upon which the Inn rests dates back to 1739, when one of Stockbridge’s original settler families, the Williams, came to the area with the hope of converting the Stockbridge Indians to Christianity. In 1906, Boston attorney Phillip Blagdon built the Main House in Georgian-style fashion for use as a summer cottage – though in today’s terms, "mansion" is more appropriate. The Blagdon family held the property until 1972, when it was sold a number of times before coming under the ownership of the current Owners.

Since officially becoming our Boutique Hotel, the property has seen significant improvement to the Main House, as well as significant additions to its surrounding grounds. During their time here, the owners decided to duplicate the architecture of the Main House, building the Cottage House in 1997 with four spacious Cottage Suites inside. In 2001, the barn was added to the estate with four additional luxury barn suites, all including private deck, king-size bed, double whirlpool and other wonderful amenities. 


Main House

Traditional Massachusetts Bed and Breakfast Guest Rooms.

Built in 1906, the Main House at our Massachusetts Bed and Breakfast has retained its historic charm but has been expanded to include modern amenities. Each room contains antiques from the original mansion and has its own decorative theme. The Main House features a library with a cozy fireplace and comfortable seating, curl up with a good book by the fire or enjoy the view of our grounds from the wraparound porch while sipping your morning coffee – it’s so peaceful here you won’t want to leave this charming Massachusetts Bed and Breakfast Inn. 

Our Main House Rooms feature: 

King or Queen beds, WIFI, TV/DVDs, air conditioning, bathrobes, and private baths, some with soaking or Whirlpool tubs. We serve a complimentary home-cooked breakfast every morning in the dining room where guests can savour locally-sourced food and freshly ground and brewed coffee. Guests are also invited to a wine and cheese Happy House, held daily in the downstairs living room each evening.


Newly renovated & redecorated! Formerly the mansion’s master bedroom, the Blagdon Suite is located on the second floor and has an excellent view of the property and natural lighting thanks to the four large windows. This bright and spacious room is decorated in calming blues and features a king bed, gas fireplace, sitting area, refrigerator, and private bath with a shower stall. 331 sq. ft. of gracious living.

Wake up each morning to the smell of home-cooked breakfast and mingle with other guests at the evening wine and cheese reception downstairs in the living room.

Madame Butterfly

Surround yourself with Asian influences in this unique 2nd floor room overlooking the Inn’s expansive grounds and gardens. This room has light and bright paint, fresh carpet, and retains touches of its former “Madame Butterfly” decor. This room also has a spacious bathroom and a shower/tub combo. The king bed in this suite can also be configured into two twin beds upon request. The additional features of a gas fireplace, sitting area, and refrigerator complete the 331 sq. ft. of gracious living.

For an extra special stay, order chilled wine or beer and chocolate-covered strawberries to be waiting in your room when you arrive.

South Corner

Enjoy the recent makeover of South Corner and sink into its cloud-like bed. The recent makeover updated the room with a fresh, clean look, decorated in light blues and subtle floral wallpaper. The new bathroom features a walk-in shower and a large sink. This charming second floor 206 sq. ft. king room also overlooks the front lawn of the Inn.

When you stay in the Main House, you’ll enjoy close proximity to breakfast and happy hour, where we provide our guests with complimentary wine and cheese to enjoy while mingling with other guests of the inn.

Rose Room

Decorated with soft yellows and pinks, Rose Room has turn-of-the-century charm. With a brass king bed and tasteful decor, this room has the traditional bed and breakfast appeal that you expect. Lounge in the sitting area in front of the TV, or take a long shower in the en-suite bathroom featuring a rainfall showerhead. The Rose Room is 192 sq. ft. of relaxation.

Staying in the Main House allows you to be close to our daily breakfast, happy hour, and midday snacks and coffee.

North Corner

Feel fully relaxed and calm in this spacious 2nd floor room with king-sized. Originally home to the servant’s quarters, North Corner has been newly renovated and transformed into a luxurious private escape located at the end of the 2nd-floor hall overlooking the Inn's grounds. The large sitting area with flat-screen TV and DVD player along with the private bath with shower/tub combo complete this room’s charming 272 sq. ft.

Add to your stay with a delivery of fresh flowers or wine waiting for your upon check-in.


The Petite room is just that, petite. Cozy and charming, it is a traditional B&B suite with a queen bed. This 2nd floor room may be small in size, but it is big in charm and coziness. It's decorated with rich floral tones, pink wallpaper and features a private bath with a shower stall. Please note the private bathroom is adjacent to the room, not en-suite. This room is an economical choice for guests looking for a traditional B&B experience.

Staying in the Main House allows you to be close to our daily breakfast, happy hour, and midday snacks and coffee.

Garden Room

This first-floor queen room is located right off of the library and has private access to the mansion’s back patio. Be steps away from your delicious home-cooked breakfast every morning! This room also has a private door to the wraparound porch where guests can relax and enjoy the view of the grounds. The spacious bathroom has a shower/tub combo which completes this 159 sq. ft. room.

For an extra special stay, order chilled wine or beer and chocolate-covered strawberries to be waiting in your room when you arrive.

Terrace Room

The Terrace Room is a very special room located on the first floor at the back of the Main House. With a private deck and sitting area overlooking the “enchanted grotto” and the heated outdoor pool, you will feel a world away in this peaceful room decorated in green and cream with natural accents of wicker and greenery. The king bed is situated directly in front of the flat-screen TV and this room’s recently renovated bath features a large soaking tub and separate shower.

Cottage House

Dog-Friendly Berkshires Lodging

The suites in the Cottage House offer plenty of space and privacy for those looking for a romantic getaway or dog-friendly Berkshires lodging. The Cottage house is conveniently located near the outdoor pool, perfect for a quick dip. Each room in the Cottage House has its own personality and provides a charming experience. Even dogs love staying in the Cottage House! The spacious rooms and quick easy access to the outdoors make us one of the best Pet-Friendly Berkshires Boutique Hotels around. 

Our Cottage House rooms feature: 

King beds, fireplaces, TV/DVD, refrigerators, Keurigs, and air conditioning and private baths, some with whirlpool tubs. Breakfast and Happy Hour is included for all our guests.

Out of Africa Suite

Spacious and airy, decorated with earth tones, the Out of Africa Suite provides a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. Rest your head on the four-poster king-sized bed, or pass the day sitting in front of a cozy fire, swimming in the heated outdoor pool, or picnicking on the Inn’s beautiful grounds. The spacious bathroom includes a tub/shower combo and plenty of amenities to make your stay enjoyable. This suite is 344 sq ft of relaxation.

Dogs are welcome in the Out of Africa Suite. Please note when you book if you plan to bring a furry friend so the Innkeepers can be prepared with a special treat at check-in.

St. Andrew's Suite

Imagine nestling in this spacious king suite savoring the warmth of a gas controlled fireplace and the indulgence of a large whirlpool tub. Curl up in front of the fire, pop the champagne, and indulge yourself in warmth and luxury. Step outside to lounge by the heated pool, or order a bottle of champagne to enjoy in the sitting area. You’ll be napping the day away in no time! 284 square ft of indulgence.

Traveling with a four-legged pal? The Inn at Stockbridge is a pet-friendly bed and breakfast and your pup is welcome to stay with you in any of our Cottage House suites; we even provide special dog-only treats.

Kashmir Suite

Escape from the mundane in this luxurious, Indian-inspired suite that will transport you away from the stress of everyday life and into a state of relaxation. This suite features a king bed, a cozy sitting area with a small refrigerator, a fireplace in the sitting area, and a Whirlpool tub in the private bath. Take a long bath in the tub, enjoy the warmth of the fireplace, or stop by the Main House for our wine and cheese social each evening. 284 sq. ft of luxury await you in the Kashmir Suite.

Our Cottage House suites are also pet-friendly rooms, so bring your four-legged friend along for a memorable Berkshires getaway.

Provence Suite

The bright decor, vaulted ceiling, large windows and easy access to the heated pool make this a favorite among our summertime guests. Decorated in soft shades of pink and white, this king room is spacious, light and airy, and features a king bed, a large bathroom with a tub and a shower stall, and a cozy sitting area with a small refrigerator. Spend a day relaxing by the outdoor heated pool and unwind in the evening by the gas fireplace. 294 sq ft of comfort await.

Can’t imagine spending a night without your four-legged best friend? We are a pet-friendly Inn and welcome dogs in each of our Cottage House rooms.

The Barn

Looking for a Berkshires AirBnB? Explore our Barn Suites:

Guests looking for a Berkshires AirBnB are traditionally looking for a bit more space and privacy. Each of the four Barn Suites offers plenty of space as well as more amenities than a traditional Berkshires AirBnB – like a heated pool! Located towards the back of the property near the pool, you’ll feel refreshed knowing you can sit out on your private terrace, giving you that alone time you’ve been longing for. Our Barn Suites are named after famous artists and sites to celebrate the region’s rich history. The Barn also houses our fitness centre, so you’ll never be too far away from a good workout, or even a relaxing massage by our on-call masseuse.

Our 4 Barn Suites feature: 

King beds, gas fireplaces, cozy sitting areas, private balconies, TV/DVDs, a refrigerator, Keurig, air conditioning, and double whirlpool jacuzzi tubs so you can sit back, relax and enjoy the serenity of the Berkshires. And of course, breakfast and happy hour are included in all guest stays.

Rockwell Suite

If you’re looking for a place to stay near the Norman Rockwell Museum, why not choose a suite that is dedicated to him? The Rockwell Suite has plenty of space for the whole family. In addition to the king bed, there is a comfortable sleeper sofa. Curl up in front of the gas fireplace with a good book, relax in the whirlpool jet tub, or enjoy the great outdoors on the attached deck overlooking nearby woods – all without leaving your suite! 331 sq, feet of graceful elegance!

To learn more about Stockbridge’s favorite son and the inspiration for this deluxe suite, visit the Norman Rockwell Museum, located just a few miles from the Inn at Stockbridge.

Shaker Suite

With simple and clean decor, this luxurious king suite is a guest favorite. Named as a tribute to the Hancock Shaker Village, which operates as a living-history museum dedicated to preserving the Shaker Community that flourished there in the later 18th century, the room features a 4-post bed, antique-style standing mirror, fireplace, and a loveseat that opens into a twin bed. You won’t need to ask yourself “to stay or not to stay” when you choose this suite because you won’t want to leave it! 342 square feet of peaceful luxury!

If you’re visiting us during the summer months, don’t forget to check out a theater performance by Shakespeare & Company!

Wharton Suite

With rich floral decor, a whirlpool tub, and private deck, this suite is the perfect place to stay for a romantic getaway. This room was designed as an ode to Edith Wharton, the first woman to win a Pulitzer Prize for fiction. She lived in Lenox at The Mount estate for 10 years to focus on her writing away from city life. Escape to this romantic suite away from the hustle and bustle as well. Step out onto the private deck, relax in the comfortable sitting area in front of the fireplace, or settle into the king-sized bed with comfortable sheets and fluffy pillows. 331 sq. ft. of romantic luxury await.

Looking to add some culture and history to your Berkshires vacation? Visit the historical home, The Mount, Edith Wharton’s gorgeous estate in Lenox.

Shakespeare Suite

Lovely cream-colored walls, a 4-post king-sized bed, fireplace, and double whirlpool tub make this suite stand out as one of our most romantic. Feel pampered and relaxed as you get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life in the Shakespeare Suite, which celebrates the local Shakespeare & Company. You won’t need to ask yourself “to stay or not to stay” – you won’t want to leave! Slip into the double Whirlpool tub with a glass of champagne, listen to the sounds of nature from the private patio, or rest your head on fluffy pillows in the king-sized bed. 342 square feet of peaceful luxury!

Don’t forget to check out the Shakespeare & Company, a Berkshires theater group offering classical performances that embrace Shakespearean values.

Breakfast and Happy Hour

A Massachusetts vacation complete with delicious food, great company & excellent service.

Indulge in a delicious complimentary breakfast prepared fresh each morning during your Massachusetts vacation to the Berkshires. Linger over your coffee or grab a quick bite before you head off to enjoy all the things to do in the Berkshires – either way, Lisa’s menu will not disappoint. We offer a simple breakfast of yogurt, fresh fruit and homemade granola for those who prefer a lighter fare and each day features a different main entrée.

Pool & Grounds

Take a dip in the pool or walk through the gardens at our Stockbridge MA Bed and Breakfast.

We take great pride in maintaining the beautiful grounds. Sit on the wraparound front porch overlooking the expansive garden while sipping a cup of freshly brewed coffee, have a peaceful picnic lunch, or sunbathe and swim in the pool area. No matter how you choose to enjoy your Berkshires getaway, our grounds provide the perfect backdrop for your stay.

The Grounds

We are immensely proud of our large garden where we grow flowers to decorate the inn and fresh fruits and vegetables to use in Lisa’s fantastic home-cooked breakfast menus. During the summer months, we use as many ingredients from our garden as possible, including tomatoes, peppers, and a variety of herbs. In addition to the garden, guests enjoy picnics on the vast lawns and lounging on our inviting porches. There’s also the garden grotto to explore – you may even see the occasional garden visitor. Even in Fall and Winter, the grounds are stunning to behold.

Amenities & Inn Tour

At our Stockbridge MA lodging, your comfort is our top priority.

We offer luxurious amenities to help you relax on your Berkshires vacation. Let us know ahead of time if you are here to celebrate a birthday or anniversary and there might just be a special surprise in your room upon arrival. Enhance your stay with one of our vacation packages, or take advantage of our close proximity to all the Berkshires attractions and explore all the region has to offer.

Amenities Include:

  • Individual concierge service to recommend restaurants & things to do.
  • Home-cooked breakfast from 8.30 am to 10.00 am daily.
  • Happy Hour from 4:30-6 pm nightly.
  • Coffee, tea, cookies, snacks, ice & water available throughout the day & evening in the dining room & guest frig.
  • Nightly turn-down service including a special treat (seasonal).
  • Fitness Centre with cardio & strength training equipment.
  • Massage & facials available by appointment in our spa.
  • Free WiFi throughout, a computer is also available for guest use in the library.
  • Heated swimming pool open May through October.
  • DVD, CD library available to browse & borrow during your stay.
  • Pet-friendly rooms available in our Cottage Suites.
  • Two Tesla EV chargers for guest vehicles.

Tour the Inn

The Main House remains the centerpiece of this little slice of heaven in the Berkshires. Here guests can enjoy all of our wonderful amenities, including our wine and cheese Happy Hour held at 4:30 pm daily, a library filled with the classics, a turntable complete with Lisa’s extensive record collection, a sun-filled game and media room, and dining room, always filled with the smells of fresh-baked cookies and snacks. Be spoiled by this country estate’s splendor and charm, and the attentive service of the staff and innkeepers. When you stay with us, no matter if in the Main House, Cottage House or Barn, all guests are equally invited to enjoy the comfortable common rooms of the Main House. Come inside, let us take you away…

The Living Room

The living room features a cosy sitting area, fireplace and beautiful grand piano. It’s also where we host our nightly happy hour – you can’t beat quiet jazz, wine, and cheese in front of a roaring fire in winter or while enjoying the evening air on the wraparound porch just beyond the living room.

Fitness & Massage

Plenty of options to keep you healthy & relaxed during your Berkshires getaway.

Taking care of yourself is what Berkshires getaway is all about! That’s why our Boutique Hotel provides several ways for you to relax and stay fit during your Berkshires getaway.

Fitness at the Inn

Looking to get some exercise? Located in the Barn Building, our modern fitness center has a treadmill, elliptical, bicycle, and strength training equipment. Watch TV while you work out, or try one of our exercise DVDs. Guests are also welcome to walk or run the grounds, as well as find a quiet spot yoga.

Be Pampered by Massage

If you’d rather de-stress than sweat, book a massage at our spa. Our on-call massage therapists will ease your tension and leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Just let us know your preferred date and time when making your reservation, and we’ll do the rest.


The Perfect Berkshires Wedding Venue

Planning a Berkshires Wedding? The Inn at Stockbridge’s romantic setting and the sprawling property provides an ideal destination wedding for couples who love the rustic aesthetic of the mountains, yet prefer the luxury of refined accommodation and amenities. Our property, situated in the Berkshire Mountains, offers a variety of spaces and locations for everything from the welcome party, to your ceremony, reception, and newlywed brunch. The Innkeepers, your wedding planning partners, will be there every step of the way to help with all the fine details of your special day. Choose the Inn at Stockbridge for your perfect Berkshires wedding venue and get ready for a day to remember forever.

Best Seasons for a Berkshires Wedding

The Inn’s peaceful location blooms in spring, offering one of the most unique and coveted wedding venues in the Berkshires. The garden is in bloom, and the air carries the unmistakable scent of fresh grass, spring flowers, and soon-to-be-wedded bliss!

In autumn, when the mountainsides transform into a vibrant palette of reds, yellows, and oranges, our indoor and outdoor facilities provide beautiful options for photography for your dream fall wedding in the mountains.

On-Site Wedding Capabilities

Choose one of our charming settings for your ceremony. Outside spaces include 6 acres of lawns, meadows, forests, wraparound porches, patios, and a beautiful pool area among the trees. While the wedding photographer captures every moment of your special day, your guests will enjoy strolling the grounds and exploring the garden.

Inside you may choose to exchange vows in front of a roaring fire in the library or living room, or at the base of the stairs next to the grand piano.  The dining room serves as a lovely indoor reception area as well.

Pre-wedding prep for the bridal or groom’s party is a special time when the bride or groom-to-be gets to spend quality time with their bridesmaids and groomsmen. Book spa treatments through our on-call network of massage and spa therapists and spend the morning being pampered and sipping mimosas.

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IAS north19
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Managing Principal / CEO

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