Welcome to The Riverwind Inn, a bed and breakfast located in quaint Deep River, Connecticut. Nestled between Essex and Chester in the Connecticut River Valley, this traditional colonial inn transports you back in time, for a relaxing and memorable stay. The original house was built in 1854, with a seamless addition built on in 1987, and has been operating as an Inn since 1985. The current owners, Elaine & Leo Klevens, will make your stay a warm and welcoming experience. Eight traditionally appointed guest rooms provide lodging with comfort and privacy. All rooms have private baths, AC, Wi-Fi, period antiques, and some have fireplaces. A gourmet breakfast is served each morning in one of our two candlelit dining rooms. Individually served, you can relax, join in great conversations, and meet new friends.
To experience the true charm of New England, spend your next vacation or business trip at Captain Grant's, 1754. The Home is on the National Register of Historic Places. It remains a stately beauty in this 1687 Village. Captain Grant's also includes the Avery Home, adjacent to the main Inn. The Avery Home was built in 1790 and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. To complete your options for a vacation experience, Captain Grant’s has acquired the Stagecoach Inn built in 1790. The Inn, a repose for travelors in days past is now a short term vacation rental. Each guest room features a full private bath, color cable television, air conditioning and complimentary sherry. After a wonderful night's sleep, you'll be greeted with a full country breakfast with coffee, tea, juice, meats, muffins, fresh fruit, fancy eggs, pancakes, American fries and a variety of breads.
Cornucopia at Oldfield, which is in Southbury, Connecticut's Historic District, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and pictures of it have been published in various works, including Wallace Nutting's "Connecticut Beautiful". Southbury is your perfect entry to the Litchfield Hills of Northwest Connecticut as it is conveniently located off of Interstate 84 (Exit 15 between Danbury and Waterbury). It is only 85 miles from New York City; buses run almost hourly from and to NYC. Once you are off the highway, you are transported to scenic New England towns with historic homes and natural beauty. Innkeepers Christine and Ed Edelson bring the history and magic of Oldfield to life for their guests. Your hosts enjoy acting as your concierges and delight in helping you plan a day or a week of activities.