Henrietta House Bed and Breakfast

The house was built in the early 1700s and consists of traditional cape and colonial center chimney post and beam construction. Though tastefully renovated over the centuries, many of the historial ascpect have been retained, such as the five fireplaces, bee-hive oven and wide-board pine and chestnut floors. Two light-filled bedrooms share a bathroom and one suire has its own bath, balcony and separate entrance, welcoming guests with modern comforts. Included with room cost is a full breakfast, engaging stories about the house (mysterious Henrietta, Undergrand Railway, ghosts), and a lovely hike on the adjacent Byles Sanctuary Trail.



125 Ashford Center Rd.
Ashford, CT 06278
United States

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