Finding an ideal historic inn in Simsbury does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Simsbury 1820 House, a nice option for travelers like you.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Simsbury 1820 House Hotel offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service, newspaper, and outdoor furniture. Guests of Simsbury 1820 House are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, free parking is available.
Given the close proximity to Heublein Tower (2.1 mi), guests of Simsbury 1820 House can easily experience one of Simsbury's most popular landmarks.
If you like Italian restaurants, Simsbury 1820 House Hotel is conveniently located near Little City Pizza, Joe Pizza, and The Winged Bear.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular parks such as Stratton Brook State Park.
Simsbury 1820 House puts the best of Simsbury at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Very pleasant stay, front desk people were extremely helpful. (Donna?) (Cliff?) Great atmosphere, bar and dining facilities. Likely to return, but in summertime, just to spend lazy time on the gracious front porch.
I stayed here for a weekend & came away relaxed and refreshed. The rooms decor was in the historic taste of the building. The bed was very comfortable with featherbed and down pillows. The staff was very friendly and rooms were quiet & clean. Got a great nights sleep & came away feeling refreshed.
We had a wonderful stay at the 1820 Inn from the moment we walked through the old fashioned New England porch and foyer with charm and friendly faces. We stayed in the main inn and had a beautiful room with canopy bed, pull out sofa and lovely, homey decor. A nice sized bath with toiletries from Crabtree and Evelyn and Turkish cotton towels. Debbie and Kia made us right at home and we enjoyed comfort with fluffy pillows and down comforters. Breakfast included hard boiled eggs, gluten free and bagels breads yogurts, juice and coffee and tea. All excellent and a cute little breakfast nook . The inn boasts many places to relax the porch, a cozy living room and other sitting areas. The Soma Grille is on the premises to enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner .see separate review. All in all we loved our stay and will definitely pass the word. We look forward to a return trip and thank everyone from the staff to our complimentary driver ,Mark. You all made our stay so memorable. Thank you.…
What a beauty on line and as you are pulling in. The charm stopped there. Check in went ok. But, we were told the room was in a separate building across from parking lot, they offered no help with bags. Upon entering building the smell in hallway and stairwell (no elevator) was powerful. Three small flights up!! Cot, folded up outside our door, not a nice welcome. Room: all though room was on the large side, very odd shape so not much space to move around. Low sloped ceilings. Decor looked like it was from 1985. Windows were grimy with dirty plastic and tape, others has A/C unit that was so dirty. Bathroom: toilet seat was yellow from age!! Bath tub and tile needs to be pulled out, no caulk or bleach can save it. Restaurant: sat on the nice porch of the main house. The porch had a nice view over the town. Chairs and table were iron, really uncomfortable, cob webs all over swaggering lights/framing and waiter was zombie like. I know that’s harsh but come on, manager needs to hire someone that can smile, say hello and not act like he wants to go home. It was clear he wasn’t enjoying himself as well, didn’t want us to have dessert. Haven’t had breakfast yet, we will see. Sitting in a chair in room because the bed is so hard that I can’t sleep. I’m giving a two star because the location of the inn is great! Oh and cold water does not run on one of the bathroom sinks. Room 601…
It was a late afternoon in October when I traveled through the hills of Connecticut to Simsbury 1820 House. The early American charm of this 200 year old home turned B&B (and restaurant) is certain. The woman at the front desk was kind and helped me get my belongings up the stairs to my room. The room was well appointed, the bathroom clean, and the corner suite let in plenty of light and a beautiful view of the mountain behind. Unfortunately for sleeping, the bed was uncomfortable and the heat in the building was brutal. Thank goodness the window in my room opened so that I could cool the room down during the night. There is a standard continental breakfast in the living room but because of the heat in the building I chose to take a short walk to the nearby Starbucks down the street. I also stopped at the Simsbury historic museum to enjoy the beautiful autumn day. The historic museum is a very family friendly place to go with young kids that need a space to run around for a bit. I would love to stay here again. …