The Sheldon Mansion, A Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Savor a bygone era at The Sheldon Mansion, An Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast which was constructed of rare red slate in 1906 on a 10-acre village estate setting. This historic mansion was the home of Slate Baron Frederick C. Sheldon, the President of the National Slate Association. It is believed to be the only building in the world to have ever been built with red slate stone walls (up to two feet thick). Reputedly designed by famous architect Stanford White, the 34-room mansion has been restored to its original grandeur to accommodate guests in large beautifully appointed rooms with private full baths.
Guests enjoy much more than just a room. They can mingle in the elegant Formal Parlor or the inviting Sitting Room, enjoy picturesque views in the Solarium or relax on the sweeping Veranda. The Formal Dining Room serves for fine dining or as a splendid conference room. The English Study was Mr. Sheldon's favorite retreat and provides a quiet sanctuary.
Owners Stephen and Marianne Lynch invite you to experience exceptional yet affordable accommodations with genuine personal touches. We strive to attend to our guests’ every need including complimentary refreshments and wireless internet.
The mansion and estate are available for events, weddings and corporate retreats.Guests find a wide variety of attractions and activities near this one-of-a-kind Inn nestled in the Champlain Valley between the Adirondack Mountains of New York and the Green Mountains of Vermont. Saratoga, Lake George, Adirondack State Park, Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain, and Middlebury, Rutland and Manchester, Vermont are all within minutes to less than an hour’s drive away.
Open all year.
We are happy to be of service at no additional charge.
$85 to $150