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Romantic 1880 Victorian on 11 acres offers 5 rooms with 2 suites, 1 carriage house, whirlpools, porches.

The Carriage House is a whimsical and very private retreat located on the grounds of Angel Hill Bed & Breakfast. The comfortable air-conditioned apartment is on the second floor.

A gourmet breakfast is served in the main building. Carriage House guests are invited to join the other guests for breakfast.

Location: PO Box 504, 54 Greenwoods Rd. East, Norfolk Connecticut 06058 Telephone 860-542-5920

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Hillsdale) The Honored Guest Bed and Breakfast
(New Preston) 7C Herb Garden B&B
(Norfolk) Angel Hill
(Norfolk) Angel Hill Bed and Breakfast
(New Preston ) Arborview Bed and Breakfast
(New Preston) Atha House

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