We've driven by the Inn for many years, and often wondered what it would be like to stay there. On the occasion of my wife's birthday, this was our first overnight visit (2 nights). We had a spacious and charming room, with period furniture, substantial linens and towels, and a very comfortable king-size bed. The owners, Pauline and Mark, were very accommodating and welcoming. Breakfast was delightful. It was a special treat to stay in such a historic inn, hosted by innkeepers for whom this is obviously a labor of love. Those expecting the Ritz, be forewarned: this is not for you. This is a 235-year-old, hand-crafted building that has stood the test of time, yet also provides wi-fi service. You will not find much that is square, level, or plumb in the house; but you will find a warm, cozy and charming place (and people to match) where you can detach from the pace of the modern world and experience humanity as it used to be. A blessing indeed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Litchfield Hills' inn that serves delicious Christmas dinners. ... more less