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16 Tracy Road, Dayville, CT, US, 06241

  • Phone: (860) 779-3200
  • Fax: (860) 779-9113
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4.6 out of 5 (157 reviews)
94% of guests recommend this hotel

Attractions

»Elliottville Lower Mill

The Elliottville Lower Mill also known as the "Peep Toad Mill" is a small building comprising of stone. This structure was a cotton mill which overlooked the pond and is now a cut stone dam. This mill, now, is used as a residence, a craft exhibition area, and also a studio. The distinctive feature of this mill was the cupola which was visible in the 20th century.    

Peep Toad Road
Killingly, CT 06241

»Danielson Main Street Historic District

The Danielson Main Street Historic District comprises commercial buildings along the Main street. Evans Block, Cyr Building and Attawaugan Hotel are few of the many contributing properties of this district.

Main Street
Killingly, CT 06239

»Brayton Grist Mill

Brayton Grist Mill is a historic grist mill in Pomfret, Connecticut, built in the year 1890. The milling operations ran until the year 1928. It is located at the entrance of Mashamoquet Brook State Park, alongside the Mashamoquet Brook. It retains its original milling machinery and exhibits a collection of blacksmithing tools and equipment. It has four stories, with two stories above grade. It is open for visits by appointment and is operated by the Pomfret Histotic Society.

US Route 44
Pomfret, CT 06259

»Roseland Cottage

The renowned Roseland Cottage is a monumental home in Woodstock, Connecticut and is registered in the National Register of Historic Places. It ably traces the Gothic Revival style of architecture; the house is also famously referred as the Henry C. Bowen House or Bowen Cottage. This historical landmark is open to visitors and one can explore its gardens, barn and other facilities.

556 Route 169
Woodstock, CT 06281

»Benjamin Bosworth House

Constructed in 1796, the Benjamin Bosworth House is a historic mansion that belonged to Benjamin Bosworth. Architect Vinni Goodell was commissioned to design this Federal style house. This residence features different aspects of a house like workshop, laundry, kitchen and so forth, that were prevalent in that era. It was added to the National Register of Historical Places in 1978.

John Perry Road
Eastford, CT 06242

»Brown and Hopkins Country Store

Built in 1799, the store itself began operating in 1809 and has continued uninterrupted to the present day offering country wares, period lighting and reproduction furniture.

1179 Putnam Pike
Glocester, Rhode Island 02814

»Black Tavern

This historic tavern in Federal style architecture was in the year 1803 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1985. The structure has three sections namley the tavern, the shop and the barn. It is called so since it was originally painted Black. It is now a white building, covered with clapboard, has a porch on the front and a stable on the north side. There are no regular visiting hours, and the authorities need to be contacted for arranging a visit. They are also open for small events like weddings and meetings.

138 Center Road
Dudley, MA 01571

»Packerville Bridge

This masonry arch bridge was built in 1886 and is one of the finest examples of 19th Century masonry bridges. Spanning across 62 feet (18.90 meters), its carved pink granite arches and stonework has stood the test of time. The bridge offers scenic view of the surrounding locales and is a quiet footbridge. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1992.

Packerville Road
Plainfield, CT 06374

»The Huntington Homestead

The Huntington Homestead is mostly referred to as the Samuel Huntington Birthplace. It was home to Samuel Huntington, the statesman who signed the Declaration of Independence in the Revolutionary War. This site features his home, a lovely fountain and trees that together make for a historical homestead. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, this site is completely safeguarded sans any signs of neglect or abandon.

36 Huntington Road
Scotland, CT 06264

»Samuel C. Hartwell House

The Southbridge region in Massachusetts is bequeathed with one of the finest historic homes in the name of the Samuel C. Hartwell House. The house was constructed in 1870 and has gained great historic significance. It is a fine model of the Queen Anne style of architecture and is also registered on the National Register of Historic Places.

79 Elm Street
Southbridge, MA 01550

»Elm Street Fire House

This historical fire house called the Elm Street Fire House, is a team of trained professionals who are dedicated to their work and serve a common mission of providing safety to all the people in need. The fire house also provides education on how to tackle a fire in emergency times. Along with fire supression they also provide rescue services and medical safety to the community.

24 Elm Street
Southbridge, MA 01550

»Mansfield Hollow Dam

Mansfield Hollow Dam is located in the Mansfield Hollow State Park. Mansfield Hollow Lake owes its origin to this dam constructed in 1952. Included in the National Register of Historic Place, this dam area is now a popular picnic spot.

141 Mansfield Hollow Road
Mansfield, CT 06250
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