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The B&B was very pleasant with very accommodating hosts. My wife and I stayed there over Christmas 2013. Breakfast was wonderful and the public rooms were very nice. We stayed in the Selena Aston room which was on the second floor. The room had a...More
We stayed at the Cornucopia on Friday night, while we were in CT for a Thanksgiving celebration with family. We were in the Admiral Aston room, a very spacious room with a sitting area, desk, deck for use in the summer and a view of...More
My hubby and I stayed here for 2 nights in mid October! Coming from Colorado it was the perfect place to stay for our fall getaway! It is a super cute historic home and is a great location to see fall leaves. Christine and Ed...More
This was a beautiful B & B and our room could not have been more lovely. The fire places in the rooms cannot be lit due to the fire code which is unfortunate, a fire would have been perfection. The fireplace in the main room...More
My dad and I came on a father-daughter history trip. Ed and Christine gave us so much history of the area and made us feel like we were all old friends! The breakfast was wonderful as well as the company!
As a historic home only three of our bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. The other two have the private baths right outside the door as in a private home. Our website shows the different baths in each room... More
As a historic home only three of our bedrooms have en suite bathrooms. The other two have the private baths right outside the door as in a private home. Our website shows the different baths in each room. Please take a look to decide if we are a good match for your requirements.
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"Some rooms might have a bath in the hallway; check the web site."