The Sheeley HouseThe Sheeley House Bed and Breakfast is a spacious brick house where breakfast is served in one of two dining rooms complete with fresh baked goods. A porch and sitting room are available for relaxation or conversation.

The guest rooms at The The Sheeley House Bed and Breakfast range from grand to comfortable and charming. The Sheeley House Bed and Breakfast is in proximity to the history, dining, attractions, and culture of the Shawangunk Mountain and Hudson Valley regions.

This historic brick house was originally home to Isaac Hasbrouck in the 1830s until his death in 1852. The house was then occupied by relatives until it was sold in 1882 to attorney, Alvah Newcomb. It is reported that Mr. Newcomb made extensive renovations to the “old brick house,” including a large and elegant addition; predicting “when all work thereon is completed it will be one of the finest residences in this village.”