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A well maintained house. There were only four people on the tour so it was like a private party. I like that they have you put on booties over you shoes which then allows you to walk every where as opposed to the up to...More
Was looking for something to do to in the area for an hour and I found this on TripAdvisor. Really nice tour of an old property. You can go into the rooms themselves and see the remaining artifacts up close. There was admission, but it...More
I reviewed this wonderful house in July, 2013. This is our third visit to Historic New England's Roseland Cottage, but our first visit in the sun. The first two times it was raining so hard, that we never got to enjoy the beautiful gardens in...More
This historical site is located in Woodstock, CT in the "Quiet Corner" of the state. It is a well preserved look into how the upper class was able to live in the country during the summer months in the 1800's.
I recently visited Roseland Cottage in Woodstock, Connecticut. The cottage is an historic home built by Henry C. Bowen in the 1840's as a summer and early fall retreat. The cottage architecture is Gothic in nature. The cottage is very comfortable and is quite beautiful....More
We stopped by on a lovely summer day and were the only two people on the tour. The guide was interesting, knowledgeable and helpful. The place is fascinating and the gardens are stunning. The guide was able to answer all our questions and made us...More
Roseland Cottage sits on a large piece of land right in the center of Woodstock, CT, and it is a must-see if you are in the area. If you're not, it's worth a detour. The formal garden is amazing! With boxwood borders, the beds are...More