If you are a foodie or gourmet, you will love the Chestnut Street Inn Bed and Breakfast in Sheffield, Illinois. Chef Monika prepares Mediterranean-inspired menus featuring locally sourced foods. Her passion for all things food related shines through in her creativity in the kitchen. You can enjoy an overnight and breakfast, a special prix-fixe dinner or even a cooking class. From free snacks and beverages available in the butler’s pantry to chocolates in the room to an expansive beer and wine list for purchase, anything your palate could desire is available here.
Please note: We require a 2 Night minimum for all reservations. To read more about our COVID-19 policies, please visit our policies page. On a limited case basis we may accommodate a one night booking at an upcharge. Please call us direct or email us to inquire about availability and rates.
The rooms in this historic 1854 home are elegant yet comfortable. Amenities include private bathrooms, Dish Network, DVD/VCR with over 1000 titles, robes, signature toiletries and Wi-Fi. Common areas include the parlor with a full library of many titles, including a huge collection of cookbooks for you to peruse. There is plenty of patio space to sit and enjoy a book or a cold beverage as well as expansive gardens to walk. In the winter, cozy up by the fireplace with a book and a warm beverage. The Chestnut Street Inn is the perfect place to relax and enjoy fantastic food.
For those wanting to head out and about, there are plenty of things to do including antiquing, shopping, golf, biking, hiking, historic sites, wineries, theater festivals and much more.
360 Tour Description
Enter through the front door of the inn into the foyer, where you can view the spectacular inlaid wooden Moroccan table and the hanging spindle staircase. To the left, you will see the parlor complete with extensive library of books, comfortable chairs and couch for lounging and access to the side patio. To the right of the foyer, you will enter the formal dining room, which has the original Mahogany table from the late 1800s as well as the historic hurricane lamps original to the house. Through the parlor, you will enter the sun porch where guests can enjoy their breakfast and dinner surrounded by the original leaded glass windows overlooking the back patio and garden. Pass through the butler’s pantry, where you will see many amenities including an extensive assortment of teas, coffee, snacks and the original 1920’s Frigidaire. You will also see the original 1900’s tin sink with marble back splash.
Up the stairs and to the right, you will see the Rosewood Suite, complete with king-sized bed, fireplace, large bathroom with both standing shower and tub and private dining room. At the top of the stairs, you will see the Burgundy Room, complete with queen-size bed, private bathroom with shower/tub combo and two comfortable sitting chairs. Around the corner to the left, you will see the Blue Room, complete with king-sized bed, private bathroom with shower/tub combo and a comfortable sitting chair for reading. Further around the corner to the left is the Green Room suite, a three-room suite with comfortable sitting porch complete with big-screen TV and chairs, a smaller bedroom to the right with a single bed and the primary bedroom straight ahead with a full-size bed and private bath for the suite with a standing shower only.