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The Peck Tavern House


category : Historic Homes
Located in an historic district, built in 1680, the Tavern is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two rooms with canopied four-poster beds, private bath.


Address: 1 Sill Lane
Phone: (860) 434-8896

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