We got a great deal in March to stay in a Jr. Suite with a King bed and cute sitting area (room 210). We asked for a quiet room, and it definitely was. We were lucky in that we didn't have loud neighbors either, but the Inn didn't have thin walls where you could hear everything either. Also our room was at the very end of the hall, so there were no walking noises past our room. Pluses of the room: fully renovated room, cozy beautiful bedding and comfy bed, new furniture, big TV, fridge, beautiful sink and great water pressure in the shower. Very clean. Friendly, professional front desk staff. We walked by and called with several requests at different times and were always met with prompt service. Minuses: Pictures hung strangely in the corners of the room instead of eye level and centered; weak Wifi in our room (only 1 bar!), no landscaping/bare grounds from window view, rug in front of sink bunches up every time you open the bathroom door. Pluses overall: pretty entrance to Inn with appealing looking staircase leading to rooms-we purposely entered the Inn from the front every time to enjoy the walk up the stairs. Coffee and cookies in foyer, decent and nicely presented continental breakfast (hot and cold cereal, fruit, yogurt, granola bars, baked goods). Minuses overall: a little 'bare' in main areas. E.g. sitting area in newer wing was not cozy (just a bookshelf and couch. No lighting or end tables). The sitting area at the top of the stairs has a chessboard-top table, but no playing pieces. We looked in the drawers and only found a box, but it was empty. It looked like garbage that needed to be thrown out. Also, someone had stuck a wine glass in the table, which we brought down to the front desk for them and the staffer apologized. No one used the sitting areas while we were there (2 nights), and I think it's because they seem like an 'afterthought'. They're almost welcoming, but just miss the mark. We also asked to look at the themed rooms (since there are no photos on the website), and they look very nice. Older, but lovely, and maybe because of location (closer to restaurant and stairs) possibly noisier. Avoid the musty smelling themed room, I think it was 304. If you've read this far, don't let these little things stop you from coming here! Overall, we liked it very much and are planning on returning. Please also see my other review of the Inn's restaurant, called Bantam Bistro.
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- The Litchfield Inn, BW Premier Collection® is surrounded by the beauty of nature in a historical Connecticut town. Dedicated to providing quality accommodations and services at a fair price, the Litchfield Inn is the perfect destination for any occasion. This boutique property is an exclusive blend of 20 perfectly furnished, extremely comfortable guest rooms. In addition, there are 12 incredible theme rooms that have been uniquely designed to enhance your stay. Just a two hour drive from New York and Boston, the Litchfield Inn is the ideal spot for a quick escape. ... more less
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