I and a number of my colleagues decended on the Inn for a spot of busness fishing on the Farmington River. The six of us had the place to our selves. The Inn was nothing spectacular, an old Inn with small rooms. Breakfast was a so so continental fare and I guess that the restaurant is no longer open. It sort of had the feeling of a place being maintained but going through its final days. If thats the case, its a shame because it has a lot of basic charm and cosyness and is in a great location for accessing some of the best fly fishing in Connecticut.
Friendly but a little pricy for what you get.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Litchfield Hills' inn that serves delicious Christmas dinners. ... more less