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The Inn At Mount Pleasant Farm
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Reviewed July 16, 2012

My husband and I along with our Daughters and Son-in-Laws enjoyed a wonderful weekend with family and relaxing with Bob and Maggie in this beautifully restored farm house. It overlooks a large meadow and lots of trees. The sunsets were picture perfect and followed with story telling around a campfire. We had a visit from two deer and enjoyed chasing firefly's. The rooms are large and spacious and beautifully decorated. Breakfast was a pleasant experience around the country kitchen table. It was a wonderful relaxed atmosphere, enjoyed by all of us.

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

This Inn is somewhat different from what one might expect, and definitely for the better. It is short on glitz and very large on comfort and serenity. Bob, the innkeeper has done an amazing job renovating his farmhouse; maintaining its history through the physical remnants that could be used, while allowing for clean, modern comforts. The locale is nothing less than breathtaking in its simplicity and possesses a warmth for all who allow it to envelop them. Perhaps the warmth stems from Bob's love and appreciation for his surroundings. His newfound calm rubs off. We are so fortunate to be the recipient of his joy in sharing this small piece of paradise. Much thanks to you Bob and Maggie. We just love the Inn at Mt Pleasant! Susan & Mel

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank Susan C
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Reviewed July 2, 2012

My wife and I stayed this past weekend for our First Wedding Annivesary. I saw all the reviews from previous guests and they are all 100% true. Bob and Maggie's hospitality is second to none. We stayed one night in the John Brown room and wish we could have stayed longer! The room was clean and did not make you feel like you were staying at an inn. You felt as if you were spending the weekend with good friends or family!

Nickel Brook which is tucked about a 1/4 mile into the woods at the back end of the property, was a nice walk to take to break up the afternoon. Make sure to bring bug spray with you, or ask Bob to grab a few sprays before you head out. The trail is well marked, but keep an eye out for wildlife as the woods are only frequented by the surrounding neighbors and thus QUITE wild.

I recall some of the most comforting words from Bob when we returned from our short hike and I asked about a glass of water. He said "Mike, treat this kitchen as your kitchen at home. You are welcome to everything here. There is juice, water, beer, wine and soda." This really is the feeling you get from the moment you arrive, til the moment you depart.

When we returned from dinner in the evening, Maggie and some guests were chatting around the fire pit under the stars. We had a chance to join in for some wonderful converstaion with truly wonderful and genuine people.

The breakfast selection was continental style, with breads, cereal, oatmeal, fresh seasonal fruit, juices, coffee and teas of all varieties ala "K-Cup". There are also eggs if you care to whip up something hot. We had some coffee, fruit and cereal and chatted with Bob out on the patio.

If you find yourself in the Litchfield area for ANY reason at all, stay here, you will be so glad you did!

  • Stayed: July 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 18, 2012

We rented the Inn for an afternoon luncheon party for my son's Bar Mitzvah. It was fabulous. Our out of town family members stayed in the guest rooms which are lovely. Our tented event was wonderful in this picturesque location with exquisite views of the valleys beyond. All of my guests were quite taken with the location. Bob the Inn Keeper was beyond helpful. We were thrilled with our experience from beginning to end. Thank you Bob.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Diane H
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Reviewed April 15, 2012

Was looking for a place to stay that was appropriate for multi-generations...boy is this THE PLACE! Bob and Maggie became instant friends and family! Their hospitality was superb!
We were in CT (first time) for a family reunion/50th anniversary celebration. The Inn was a little piece of heaven and a quiet respite from the throng of family. Bob allowed us to host a family cook-out for 30 and kept the fire pit stoked for making s'mores. The rooms were so comfortable and inviting! The beds called to us each night and even an occasional afternoon. Bob and Maggie have done a remarkable job converting this centuries old farmhouse into an amazing B&B.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Thank SharonHank
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