1-Night Stay at The Inn at Woodstock Hill in Connecticut

Woodstock, CT

95% of 146 customers recommend

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In a Nutshell

A 200-year-old estate in Connecticut’s pastoral countryside features a restaurant with New England food

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 20th, 2013. Must book by 9/20/13 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 11/27/13. Not valid 8/30-9/2, 10/11-10/14,10/17-10/19, 10/25-10/26, 11/28-11/30. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 4 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability. 72-hour cancellation notice required or fee up to Groupon price applies. Must be 21 or older to check in. Not valid with reward points. Credit card required at booking and check-in. 15% tax not included. Not valid toward existing reservations. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Centuries-Old Estate in Eastern Connecticut’s Pastoral Countryside

The Inn at Woodstock Hill sits in northeast Connecticut’s Quiet Corner, a pastoral region known as one of the last green valleys on the heavily urbanized northern East Coast. Open fields, rolling hills, and working dairy farms surround the inn’s massive clapboard house, which was built by one of Woodstock’s earliest settlers in 1816. Even though the house is nearing its 200th birthday, it’s been kept up-to-date with renovations, additions, and restorations.

Inside, antique furnishings stand out against brightly colored walls, patterned wallpapers, and worldly touches such as an egyptian-tile fireplace in the living room. In the kitchen, the chef crafts traditional New England dinners. Saffron lobster bisque made with fresh cream and brandy, seared Atlantic salmon topped with mango salsa, and other favorites are served in the dining room, where the tables are set with polished silver and candles.

Each of the inn's guest rooms is uniquely decorated. Room 201, painted in a soft rose hue, has one queen four-poster bed and a living room with a fireplace. There are two queen beds in Room 314, which has a sloped ceiling and leafy-print wallpaper.

Woodstock, Connecticut: Peaceful Farmland in Northeast Connecticut’s Quiet Corner

Between Old Sturbridge Village and Mystic Seaport lies Woodstock, a rural town known for its pastoral landscapes and dairy farms. The surrounding area is called the Quiet Corner, a region recommended by the book 1,000 Places to See in the United States and Canada Before You Die. Spanning 62 square miles of farmland, Woodstock is the second-largest town in the state by area, and it’s lined with craft shops, artist galleries squirreled away in old barns, and local wineries.

For some of the best antiquing in the area, head to the neighboring town of Putnam. It’s home to the Antiques Marketplace, one of the largest collectibles malls in central New England.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


Tips

95% of 146 customers recommend

  • “Clean, charming, great food!”

  • “e Inn is immaculately kept. the staff is courteous and .the breakfasts are inviting and copious.We expect to return and recommend it to everyone. ”

  • “Lovely location, quiet, with a delightful room”

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    Woodstock, CT

    94 Plaine Hill Rd

    Woodstock, CT 06281

    +18609280528

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