Litchfield County: Happening in the Hills


From resorts to country inns and cabins,
how accommodating


Old Riverton Inn

436 East River Road


Rock Hall Luxe Lodging

19 Rock Hall Road

Falls Village (Canaan)

The Falls Village Inn

Built more than 175 years ago and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn was restored in 2010 with celebrated New York interior designer Bunny Williams (a Falls Village resident) overseeing the design and decoration. The five guest rooms are a perfect combination of simple sophistication and comfort. A friendly atmosphere, cozy rooms, and delightful food and drink, it’s where the action is.
Accomodations include wireless internet, HD flat-screen TV with satellite service, and a continental breakfast. The Falls Village Inn is two hours and 15 minutes north of New York City or two hours and 30 minutes west of Boston. See our article on the Inn here.

For dining reservations, call: 860-824-0033

The Falls Village Inn
33 Railroad StreetFalls Village
Instagram: Falls Village Inn


Kent Victorian Inn

Built around 1860, the Kent Victorian is a charming and comfortable home located in the heart of Kent, Connecticut. Choose from five uniquely appointed rooms to make this your home away from home.

81 North Main Street
Instagram: @kent_victorian

Starbuck Inn

A Bed and Breakfast specializing in hotel-level service and the warmest bed and breakfast hospitality.

Starbuck Inn
88 N. Main Street, Kent


The Inn at Kent Falls – CLOSED


107 Kent Cornwall Rd

Lakeville (Salisbury)

Interlaken Inn

74 Interlaken Road


The Litchfield Inn

432 Bantam Road


The Manor House

69 Maple Avenue


The Sharon Country Inn

1 Calkinstown Road


The Sachem Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast

Overlooking beautiful Lake Waramaug, this 1870 farmhouse offers an ideal location for a relaxing getaway. Four guest rooms are elegantly decorated with fine antiques, comfortable reading chairs, and luxurious beds. In addition to the B&B, it is a working sheep farm where guests can learn about how fine single flock wool yarn is made.

15 Hopkins Road, Warren



Hidden Valley B&B

Nestled atop a hill in the town of Washington sits this stunning Dutch Colonial Country Inn with breathtaking views, well-appointed rooms, and a gracious lady of the house, Regine Laverge-Schade. Not to be missed!
Accommodations include: Three Double Rooms. An exquisite ground floor Red Guest Suite with private entry. King size bed, en-suite full bath, kitchenette, and French windows facing the front terrace with far-southeastern views. The Main house has the Blue Master Bedroom with King-size bed, en-suite full thermal spa bath, with sweeping valley views. The Green Bedroom has a Queen-size bed with additional daybed and private bath. The third floor is a playroom for children. The entire house can be rented for extended visits and romantic getaways.

Hidden Valley
226 Bee Brook Rd
Washington Depot, CT 06794

The Mayflower Grace

Located in the idyllic town of Washington in Connecticut, The Mayflower Grace is an exquisite country retreat, nestled in 58 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and woodland. Just two hours’ drive from New York City, it is renowned as one of northeast America’s most distinguished luxury hideaways, offering the perfect accommodation for those looking for a boutique hotel in Connecticut and one of the finest spas in New England. This 30-room luxury hotel is a member of the renowned Relais & Châteaux association of world’s finest hoteliers, chefs and restaurateurs. The sumptuous restaurant at The Mayflower Grace is The Mayflower Dining Room, offering a pleasing selection of New England dishes using fresh, regionally sourced ingredients.

The Mayflower Grace
118 Woodbury Road
Washington 06793

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