An Innkeeper's Place Bed and Breakfast

111 Stafford Street, Stafford Springs, Connecticut
Innkeeper(s): Danele Rhoads
  • Our Lafayette Room feautures a mullion window overlooking a 1800's farmhouse and the old town green.

    Our Lafayette Room feautures a mullion window overlooking a 1800's farmhouse and the old town green.

 
  • Introduction

    Historic home built in 1778 that hosts 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.

    We also offer more modern amenities like free wireless internet and free cable television in our guest rooms.

    Enjoy the views of the birds that visit our outside deck area.

    Stafford Springs, Connecticut was 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.  In many ways Stafford Springs remains the same except for the renasiance of our downtown from Mills to Art Galleries, Antique shops and the reopening of the Palace Theater.  We now host some of the finest music bands in the country at the intimate venue provided by the Palace Theater!  You can also enjoy the 200 acre Wildlife Refuge steps away or a few minutes drive depending on the level of hiking you are interested in undertaking.  We are an excellent location for bird watchers, hiking, runners and of course those long country strolls down on the ole dirt paths through the woods.

    Fresh fruit on hand along with beverage for your enjoyment. New England at its best is right here in our very own backyard!

     Welcome to one of America's premier historic areas where you can find rest and relaxation. Pack your cameras. No matter the season, you're sure to to make new memories. Enjoy the 200+ acrea of Wildlife Refuge behind the INN.

  • Breakfast Menu

    The Dining Room - Where guest enjoy learning about the history of the inn and Stafford Springs. 

    Brimfield Antique Show: Warm sit down breakfast served at 8:00 am.
    Regular Breakfast Hours: Warm sit down breakfast server between 9:00 and 10:00 am

    Full sit down breakfast each morning. Breakfast served at 8:00 am during the show week.

    Sample Menu:

    Eggs:  Spinach and tomato Fritata, Eggs Benedict with Sweet Potato Hash

    Gourmet Pancakes: Cinnamon Pumpkin; Apple Cinnamon; Banana Cream with Almonds.

    Gourmet Butters: Orange Butter; Cranberry Butter; Honey Butter and Maple Nut Butter.

    Hot Meals: Cinnamon French Toast, Blueberry Stuffed French Toast, Cranberry Almond Stuffed French Toast.

    Baked Goods: Cranberry nut bread, Carrot Tea bread, Muffins of all sorts. These are just sample of what the innkeeper serves to end off with hot mulled cider, gourmet cocoas, gourmet coffees, juice, milk, and teas.

  • Brimfield Show Schedule

    Fall Scene

    Full sit down breakfast each morning. Breakfast served at 8:00 am during the show week.

    Book your rooms early!
    We will store any Antique belongings until your departure. We have free maps to all Antique show areas.

    A bird lovers paradise with 200 acres of wildlife refuge that is quiet, relaxing and beautiful. Red & silver fox, wild turkeys and herds of deer have all been seen by the guests that have stayed at the Inn. This road is called The Crooked S Road.

    During the months of February through March, come watch the local farmers collect the sap from the sugar maple trees and then burn it down to make the famous Stafford Springs Maple Syrup.

  • Area Attractions

    • Brimfield Antique Show Flea Market - www.brimfieldshow.com
    • University of Connecticut
    • Black-eyed Sally's - http://blackeyedsallys.com
    • Trolley and Air Museum
    • Shops at Evergreen Walk - www.theshopsatevergreenwalk.com
    • Sharp Hill Vineyard - www.sharphill.com
    • The Big E Fair
    • Three Gracees Vinatge clothing store:  http://facebook.com/ThreeGracesVintage
    • Rustology Antiques:  Right here in our own downtown we have a premier antique/vintage and oddies shop you MUST check out! http://rustologyantiques.com
    The Palace Theatre:  Originally operating as a vaudeville theater from 1900. The Palace Theater then operated as a movie theater from circa 1941 through it's closing in 1960.  It is named on the cinematreasures.org website.  This small town theater showing motion pictures of the day from the 1940's to the 1960's has been given a new lease on life thanks to it's new owner and his restoration efforts.  We are proud to host a new theater venue for music and theatrical productions again right here in downtown Stafford Spring.  Buy tickets at http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Stafford-Palace-Theater/421316154589245?fref=ts
  • How To Find Us

    Inn Keeper's Place Bed and BreakfastFrom NY:

    1. I-95 North to I-91 North
    2. I-84 East to Exit 70 (Stafford Springs) take a left off the ramp. This is 32 North
    3. Follow to the center of Stafford
    4. Take a right onto 190 East, go through a blinking light, up a hill, past the Stafford Vet
    5. On your right, then take the next left onto Stafford Street
    6. Go a mile and a half, The Inn Keeper's Place Bed and Breakfast is on your right

    From Boston:

    1. I-84 West to Exit 73 (Stafford Springs 190 West)
    2. Take a right onto 190 West and go 5.8 miles
    3. You'll see Stafford Street Extension
    4. Turn here and go onto Stafford Street
    5. Go a mile and a half, The Inn Keeper's Place Bed and Breakfast is on your right

    From Springfield, MA:

    1. I-91 South to Exit 47-East, this will be 190 East-Hazard Ave
    2. Stay on 190 East for about thirty minutes
    3. You'll go through Enfield, Hazardville, Somers, West Stafford, and then Stafford, CT
    4. Follow 190 East to the center of Stafford
    5. Go halfway around the fountain, right onto 190 East, go through one blinking light, climb large hill - Stafford Street is on your left right after Stafford Vet. Go a mile and a half. The Innkeeper's Place is on the right
 
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