Our home was built Circa 1778, from the wide plank floors, the hand carved molding and chair rails, to the barreled ceilings and mullion window much of our home maintains its Colonial beginnings, formal Federal architecture and history within these details. We enjoy a beautiful lake at one end of our street and Heritage Park at the other end. Behind our home you can wander down a winding dirt road that is perfect for a country stroll and is part of a 200 acre nature preserve.
We have many fun things on the property to entertain young and old. There is a playscape, tree rope swing, playhouse and a fire pit that we are happy to share with our guests. We also have bicycles and a canoe available for a small fee based on the duration of use. While we honor the history we also have many modern amenities such as free WIFI, Chrome Cast on all flat screens as well as a mini-frig for left overs or supplies. We can usually accommodate specific requests so please do not be shy since we do not list all of our offerings but have experienced many special requests.
Stafford Springs has it's own hiking trails as well as a long Colonial history to explore. Stroll through our old town for antiques, barn and tag sales, local fare and incredible historic New England scenery.+ More