My husband and I stayed at Taylor's Corner while in Connecticut for a wedding in May.
Being somewhat shy and avoiding anything stuffy, we typically avoid B&Bs.
That said, when it came to coming to this part of Connecticut for a wedding, we wound up choosing Taylor's Corner over a chain motel, and it was the right choice. The owners have taken great care with this fantastically-historic place (handmade soap in the bathroom! thoughtful/tasteful furniture!, sweet cats!), and as you will read in other comments, breakfast really nice.
Would definitely recommend staying here if coming out to the "sleepy corner" of Connecticut.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Scenic 18th Century Center Chimney Colonial, three guest bedrooms have queen beds, private baths, A/C, working fireplaces and high quality linens. Relax in any of the three common rooms, each with a real wood-burning fireplaces and old beehive ovens. Incredible breakfasts with high quality and locally grown ingredients, fresh baked goods and refreshments. Antique furniture and wide board floors decorate this 18th Century house listed on the National Register of Historic Homes. Lush perennial gardens and old stone walls surround the property.We are located just off Scenic Byway CT 169, surrounded by country roads for a leisurely drive. WIFI, satellite TV, DVDs and games are all available. ... more less