The Best of the Berkshires – Inn at Stockbridge

We’re your gateway to the quintessence of the Berkshires.

History. Charm. Arts. Culture. Nature. Romance. Authenticity. If you want to experience the best things to do in the Berkshires, you've come to the right place.

Historic Berkshires Bed and Breakfast

The Inn at Stockbridge is itself a piece of Berkshires history, with the Inn's land originally settled by the Williams family in 1739 and the classic, Georgian-style Main House, originally a private-residence mansion, constructed more than a century ago. With such a rich past, we're proud to say our Berkshires bed and breakfast contributes to the historic charm of the region.

Dining

We're passionate about offering home-cooked breakfast and snacks prepared fresh each and every day, sourced with in-season and local ingredients whenever we can – including from our own gardens, where we grow vegetables, herbs and flowers. We serve locally-roasted coffee, meat from pasture-raised animals, and artisanal cheese from local farms not just because the quality is excellent, but also because we value forming and sustaining strong community relationships. We support local artisans, because they are a huge part of what makes the Berkshires region what it is.

Romance

Set in a picturesque, quiet and beautiful valley, you can't help but feel the romance when you join us. With luxurious upgrades and vacation packages available, planning a romantic Berkshires getaway couldn't be easier – and more authentic. When it's cold outside, you can cozy up to a private fireplace, or stargaze on a warm summer night with bubbling champagne. Treat yourself or your special someone to a relaxing massage to make your stay extra-special.

Best of the Berkshires

It was as true in the 1930s as it is now – you'll find incredible arts, culture and theater in downtown Stockbridge as well as in the nearby surrounding towns. We're proud to sponsor a consortium of the Berkshire region's major theater groups, because it's such a big part of the Berkshires community.

Visit the Norman Rockwell Museum to see what Berkshires landmark inspired Herman Melville to pen Moby Dick (Hint: It wasn't a whale) or take in a performance at Tanglewood or Jacob's Pillow. Within the walkable, classic small-town downtown, you'll also find bistros with contemporary American cuisine, creative menus with cultural influences, or farm-to-table restaurants that serve you the very best of what's in season.

With so much to do – or so much relaxing to do – you'll wonder why you've ever vacationed anywhere else. Come see why we're considered one of the best Berkshires bed and breakfasts.