Cornwall Inn in Cornwall Bridge Connecticut
The Cornwall Inn Cornwall Bridge Connecticut Country Bed and Breakfast B&B Historic Lodgings Accommodations
Host: Tom McKenzie
Address: 270 Kent Road, Scenic Route 7, Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut 06754 USA
Telephone: (860) 672 6884,
Fax: (860) 672-0352
Nearby Attractions: The property, over three acres, is bordered by a rambling New England stream, native stone walls, and Preservation Trust land, lending to a peaceful and tranquil stay.
The Cornwall Inn is convenient to area private schools, Mohawk Mountain & State Park, Lime Rock Race Track, Housatonic River, Sharon Playhouse, Appalachian Trail, Music Mountain, and Kent Falls State Park.
Arguably the finest antiquing in New
England is located here in Litchfield County!
"A wedding at the Cornwall Inn combines the best of both worlds. Not only are its 14 guest rooms comfortable, charming and shining from a head to toe renovation, its restaurant, under the direction of chef Jean Claude Vierne, has been garnering rave reviews since it opened last April."
The Cornwall Inn is picked by editors of Yankee Magazine's Travel Guide to New England as "Best of the Region."
General Information: Country charm and warm hospitality await you for your stay at The Cornwall Inn. This historic inn, circa 1821, and serving as an inn since 1871, is located on scenic Route 7 in Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut. This is an ideal year-round retreat for guests who seek an intimate atmosphere in the spirit and style of old New England.
The Cornwall Inn in Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut has six guest rooms. Each one as charming and spacious as the other ... intimate and private, as well as tastefully decorated. Four rooms have private baths. The remaining two can be rented as a suite, or individually with a shared bath. Adjacent to the Inn is our Lodge with eight quiet, individual rooms, reminiscent of a mountain lodge, accented with rustic furniture and cedar post beds. All rooms have:
The property, lushly landscaped, has a swimming pool, hot tub, a chipping green, horse shoe pit and croquet area. We are adjacent to a meandering mountain stream, which connects with the Housatonic River about three hundred yards away. The rear property line abuts the outer boundary of the Appalachian Trail. Gardens, grassy areas, and tall, mature trees provide the tranquility that makes the Inn an exceptionally relaxing interlude.
Payment Accepted: Personal check, cash, Amex, Visa, MasterCard, Discover.
Rooms & Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars)
Depends on season and room.
Complimentary continental breakfast is included.