The lodges each feature an outdoor entrance, so your contact with other guests is minimal. Book your stay below. 

If you are visiting Old Sturbridge Village as well, please be sure to read our current policies and safety measures here.

This July and August, we’re also offering a members-only room rate special! Members can book a room for just $39/night Sunday-Thursday or $49/night Friday-Saturday! This offer is valid in July-August 2020 only. Call 508-347-5056 with your member ID number at the ready to take advantage of this deal! 

Whether you’re visiting Old Sturbridge Village itself, exploring Central Massachusetts in general, or just passing through on business, stay with us at the Old Sturbridge Inn & Reeder Family Lodges. 19th-century charm, coupled with first-class hospitality and 21st century amenities in one of our thirty-nine rooms, makes our overnight accommodations the most unique in the county. Make your stay extra special with a package combining an exciting experience with your overnight stay!  The Inn & Lodges are located a short distance from Old Sturbridge Village and at the crossroads of the Mass Pike, Connecticut’s I-84, and I-90. The proceeds from your stay will also benefit our nonprofit museum.

The Old Sturbridge Inn & Reeder Family Lodges has received Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for six consecutive years and is listed as the top property in Sturbridge. The property has also received the Expedia Insiders Award, one of 650 lodging properties worldwide.

Call 508-347-5056 to schedule your stay or make an online reservation below!

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If you’re visiting Old Sturbridge Village, you may be interested in our Old Sturbridge Village package, which includes an overnight and tickets to the Village! Learn more here.



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Reeder Family Lodges

The Reeder Family Lodges provide spacious, modern accommodations with curbside parking and private entryways. The twenty-nine lodge units offer the perfect escape for families, tourists and business travelers looking for modern accommodations with a central location to base a New England visit.

The Reeder Family Lodges offer a Reward Program for frequent guests called the Reeder Reward Club:

As a member of our Reeder Reward Club you will be eligible for the following:

To be eligible for this program you must book reservations directly with our Reservation Department. This program is not available during the weeks of the Brimfield Antique Show. This program is not valid for any discounted or promotional rates as well as our overnight package deals.

It’s easy – we keep track of your stays. Just call our Reservation Department at 508-347-5056 for details or email

Outside view of the Reeder Family Lodges

Old Sturbridge Inn - Oliver Wight House | TEMPORARILY CLOSED

The Oliver Wight House is currently closed. Guests can stay at the Reeder Family Lodges, each featuring private entrances and minimal contact with other guests. 

The Oliver Wight House was built in 1789 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Spend time with friends and family by booking one of the house’s ten rooms, with adjoining rooms available for large parties. Snuggle up in an embroidered bathrobe on a four-poster canopy bed or enjoy the newly restored murals dating back to the 1800’s. The Oliver Wight House will provide you with all the charm of an historic stay with the convenience of modern amenities.

Cabinetmaker Oliver Wight (1765-1837) was the second son of David and Catherine (Morse) Wight. He came as a boy to Sturbridge with his parents from Medway in 1774. He married Harmony Child c. 1786 and they had nine children. He had his Federal-style “mansion house” (now the Old Sturbridge Inn) built in 1789 by carpenter/architect Samuel Stetson.

Wight quickly found himself financially over-extended and was forced to sell his stately home.  In 1815 it was sold to Ebenezer Howard, another cabinetmaker, who ran it as an inn for many years in the early 1800s.  It was during this time that the murals in the hallway and stairs were painted by itinerant artist Rufus Porter (1792-1884.) The murals have recently been restored by an expert in Porter’s work.

After Howard’s death, the house returned to the Wight family when George Wight, Oliver’s great nephew, bought it in 1863. The house remained in the Wight family until 1937 when it was purchased by Old Sturbridge Village founder A.B. Wells. Since the 1930s Old Sturbridge Village has used it for staff offices, a store, and especially as lodging for guests.  Today it is on the National Register of Historic Places.

Due to the historic nature of the Inn it is not appropriate for children under 12 years of age.

Exterior view of the Oliver Wight House


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