A superb historic Colonial home dating back to 1763 Blackberry River Inn is situated on 27 acres in the beautiful Southern Berkshires of Connecticut. Experience the warm and friendly welcome as you enter this stately old home with its magnificent cherry paneled library and hearth fireplace two living rooms a meeting room accommodating corporate meetings weddings and private events and a breakfast room bathed with sun dancing through its 24 paned windows. Once a stop on the Underground Railroad it provided safe haven for fugitive slaves who were making their way to freedom.
Treat yourself to an elegant retreat at the Manor House, an 1898 Victorian Tudor estate, designated Connecticuts most romantic hideaway, and described by Gourmet as quite grand with its Tiffany windows. The antique decorated guestrooms are furnished with four poster, brass and sleigh beds, covered with luxurious down comforters. Several rooms have fireplaces. Check-in is at 2 00 PM. Guests planning to arrive before or after this time must contact the property at least 48 hours prior to arrival to receive special check-in instructions.