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Roseland Cottage-Bowen House

Gothic Revival summer home (c.1846) by merchant and publisher Henry Bowen; Fourth of July host to presidents Grant, Hayes, Harrison and McKinley. Barn contains perhaps the oldest surviving indoor bowling alley in the country. 1850

Woodstock, CT Historic Homes

The Inn at Woodstock Hill

Restored country estate on 19 rolling acres, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 21 rooms, private bath, a/c, TV, working fireplaces;

Woodstock, CT Lodging

My Mother's House

Charming carriage house with a front porch, cozy kitchen, living room with fireplace. Grounds edged with stone walls, fruit trees and flower gardens. One bedroom, private bath, a/

Woodstock, CT Lodging


Elias Child House B&B

18th-century Colonial located on 47 wooded acres, fireplaces, cooking hearths with Colonial meal (by reservation), gardens, patio, O pool. Three rooms (one suite), private bath, fireplace, a/

Woodstock, CT Bed and Breakfasts

Things to do near Woodstock, CT

Spirit of Broadway Theater

Intimate, professional black-box theater specializing in producing innovative, high-quality off-Broadway and regional theater...

Hampton Inn

80 units (four suites), TV, coffeemaker, fitness center, I pool....

Selden Neck State Park

River Camping - public camp along the Connecticut River, the campsites are available from May 1 through September 30 for over...

Jonathan Trumbull Jr. House

Restored home (c.1769) of the Governor of Connecticut, from 1797 to 1809. Outstanding woodwork by Isaac Fitch....