Hotels in Connecticut
Built to resemble a South African Dutch Colonial, the three-suite Hidden Valley Bed & Breakfast is the country house you wish you had: set on a hill overlooking Spring Hill Farm, circled by white-oak and beech trees, and filled with proprietor Regine Laverge-Schade’s heirlooms and antiques (p
The hotel is set in a well-heeled residential enclave, just a stone’s throw away from a private beach. You’ll find a mix of old and new in the nine rooms: flat-screen TV’s are propped on hand-carved mantels; antique desks are stacked with Assouline art books.
Named for the giant chunks of granite that form its imposing façade, this 1890 Dutch-style mansion stands out among Litchfield County, Connecticut's colonial clapboards.
The design-conscious B&B offers six suites, a wine bar, a fully equipped gym and steam room, and a stone barn overlooking a tranquil pond.
The nine-room 1898 Tudor mansion has 20 original Tiffany windows. The innkeepers can furnish a china-place picnic for two to enjoy by one of the Berkshires’ many waterfalls.
Stately English country house-inspired resort with a stunning spa that offers an extensive range of therapeutic programs on 58 manicured acres in the idyllic Litchfield Hills, near the Steep Rock Preserve.
Here you’ll find luxurious amenities (Frette linens and robes; whirlpools in 16 of the 18 rooms), vintage maritime prints, and modern touches (Asian-themed room No. 7, with its balcony overlooking the harbor, is a guest favorite).
Just blocks from downtown Greenwich, this Mediterranean-inspired building has a plum location on the harbor.
Escape the city life in New York and Boston at the romantic Copper Beech Inn, set among seven acres of gardens in Essex, CT, just a 1 ½-hour drive northwest of Manhattan.
Staying at the six-room Inn at Kent Falls is like visiting your stylish country friends who are partial to plush towels and slipcovered furniture.