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An Innkeeper's Place
Bed and Breakfast

Stafford Springs, Connecticut

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Historical home built in 1778 that holds the history of Stafford Springs, Connecticut's earlier years.

From the wide plank floors, along with hand carved molding and chair rails, to the barreled ceilings and mullion window. The history of the place is still evident today.

Attention Brides and Grooms: The Inn Keeper's Place offers Tailor Made Weddings!

Tailor Made Weddings. An Innkeeper's Place has thought of everything you'll need for your wedding plans. From holding your reception at Wild Apples, a fine banquet facility, hosting your rehearsal dinner at John Henry's Restaurant,pampering the bride and her girls to a spa at Elle Salon. What ever the need we can help. Small wedding ceremonies can be performed at the The Innkeeper's Place. Call for an appointment today. 860-458-9047 860-684-7202.

Stafford Springs, Connecticut is known for it's mineral waters. In the earlier years it drew presidents, generals and politicians from all over the country, to bath in these healing waters known by the indians.

Stafford Springs is known for the first resort in America.

  • Shared Baths and Private Baths,
  • Queen Bed and/or 2 Beds In Room,
  • Alarm Clock, Air Conditioned,
  • Handicapped Accessible (Limited),
  • Spa Services, Massage Available,
  • Fireplace in Common Area,
  • Guest Refrigerator, Guest Kitchenette, Microwave, Ironing Board, TV in Room, VCR, Videos, Video Games,
  • Private Entrance,
  • Amenities Basket, Turndown Service,
  • Flowers In Room, Hairdryer, Afternoon Tea, Antiques, Wake Up Service, Parking,
  • Business Travel

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Ladies, enjoy the personal spa that visits the inn to meet all your personal needs.

The Breakfast Room - Where guest enjoy learning about the history of this room and all the furnishings. From the circa 1720 church pew, to all the antique pottery and such.

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We serve a full Country Breakfast each morning between the hours 9 am - 10 am

The Breakfast Room is here guests enjoy learning about the history of this room and all the furnishings. From the circa 1720 church pew, to all the antique pottery and such.

Try your hand at naming the antique cooking utensils and appliances. The best part is that they all still work.

Enjoy the 200+ acres of Wildlife Refuge behind the inn.

The Gathering Room; once used as a Meeting House in 1778, is now used today for guest to sit and relax. Guests can sit and read from many historical books provided by the innkeeper or use the game table for a relaxing game of chess or cards.  A room filled with fun and pleasure. A great atmosphere to make new friends!

Enjoy sitting on our 2 level decks viewing the horses in the backyard and the multiple assortment of birds that fly to the feeders.

Grab your sweetheart with a cozy blanket and bundle up for the spectacular views of the night sky.

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Stafford Springs, Connecticut is Known for it's mineral waters. In the earlier years it drew presidents, generals and politicians from all over the country, to bath in these healing waters known by the indians.

Area Attractions

  • Stafford Motor Speedway
  • Staffordville Lake
  • Hay Rides
  • Sleigh Rides
  • Petting Animal Farms
  • Many quaint Country/Antique Shops
  • Wild Apples, a great banquet facility
  • The best restaurant in town, JOHN HENRY's
  • Brimfield Flea Market
  • Old Sturbridge Village
  • Buckland Hills Mall
  • University of Connecticut
  • Manchester Community College
  • Nicholes College
  • Bradley International Airport
  • Trolley Museum, Air Museum
  • Mark Twain House
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe House
  • Basketball Hall of Fame
  • The Big E (New England's Great Fair)

You can also enjoy the 200 acre Wildlife Refuge in our own back yard, excellent for bird watchers, hiking, runners and of course those long country strolls down on the ole dirt paths through the woods.

Rates and Guest Information

  • Rates: $125 - $250
  • A two night stay minimum is required.(Stafford Suite only)
  • Refunds on **re-renting** of rooms minus the $35.
  • No refunds during Brimfield Antique Show.
  • We accept Visa and Mastercard.
  • Historical Home, not appropriate for young children.
  • Maps, area guides available.
  • Check-in: 3 pm - 7 pm, Check-out: 11 am.
  • Arrangements can be made for different times.
  • The Inn is smoke and alcohol free. We have an area outside for smokers.
  • Sorry we don't allow pets.
  • Full Country Breakfast served daily.
  • Gift certificates available to John Henry's Restaurant, a superb eating facility.
  • Discounts to Old Sturbridge Village, a great New England Activity.
  • Enjoy local farms for berry picking.
  • Minutes from America's largest Antique show: Brimfield antique show. Brimfield antique show rates: $150 - $200

Come and be a part of History! A warm welcome and a friendly stay is awaiting your arrival.

 An Innkeeper's Place
Bed and Breakfast

111 Stafford Street
Stafford Springs, Connecticut 06076
860-481-2181
Email: innkeepersplace@gmail.com
Homepage:www.innkeepersplace.com
Innkeeper: Danele Rhoads

  Hits Since 8/07/07

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