We spent one night enjoying this lovely area of Connecticut. Our hosts, Brenda and Kevin, were informative, attentive, and we enjoyed chatting with them about their travels. Freshly baked cookies await your arrival; hot tea/coffee is available in the evening. Brenda prepared a wonderful hot breakfast. Mary, Queen of Scots, is their friendly indoor kitty which we thoroughly enjoyed petting. The location is in the country, but yet close enough to get to the town of Putnam (6 miles away) for shops and a good selection of restaurants. Next door to the inn is Taylor Winery which we visited the next morning. Note: There is a fairly steep staircase to the rooms which could be difficult for anyone with mobility issues; otherwise, enjoy a visit to Taylor's Corner B&B.
- 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