Travelling around New England , this Inn is a good place to spend a night trough the Litchfield Hills. Nice room in a very quiet town with a not very generous breakfast taking account the price of it. May be it would be worth to try to find another inn in the area.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Tucker Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast opened originally in 1923 as a "Tea Room". Known then as "Lift the Latch Inn", it became one of the premier catering houses in Connecticut for some 30 years. Many weddings and social affairs were held here and many a bride has descended the winding staircase within the entrance foyer. In 1985, Rich and Susan Cebelenski purchased the property. Renamed the "Tucker Hill Inn", the doors were opened as a charming bed and breakfast inn for all to enjoy. Tucker Hill Inn is a gracious New England Colonial home situated on lovely grounds that are lightly shaded by ancient oaks and maples in Middlebury, CT. It is a setting suggesting rural life, yet the location is convenient to downtown business and shopping. In the surrounding area are many antique shops and flea markets. At a premier location for pleasure or business the "Tucker Hill Inn" is located at the foot of the Litchfield Hills. Centrally located between New York City (less then two hours) and Boston, "Tucker Hill" is easily accessible from either location as a final destination point or mid-way stop. ... more less