Woodbury Bed and Breakfast Inns
— Woodbury, CT
|Believed to be the oldest continuously operating... Read More
$56 - $135
Woodbury Bed and Breakfast InnsWoodbury bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Woodbury, Connecticut bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.
The moment you set foot on Woodbury, you will have your choice of historic tours including museums or a variety of natural beauty spots. If you are looking for history, Woodbury offers a number of must-see attractions and fine museums. If you want to explore the outdoors, Woodbury will give you some of the most amazing outdoor activities that you can think of, Connecticut style. But whether you want to start with the mosp popular attractions in Woodbury, or plan to take a tour that Woodbury bed and breakfast innkeepers arrange for their guests, or discover off the beaten paths that Woodbury offers, you will definitely enjoy the town. You can arrange for a Woodbury weekend skiing trip and stay at a Woodbury bred and breakfast near a skiing camp. In Woodbury, you can ski, snowboard, or just enjoy the beautiful snow during the holidays. By Curtis House.
Within the boundaries of Litchfield County in the state of Connecticut is where you will find the quiet little town of Woodbury, a unique community composed of historic landmarks and the warm welcome of the Woodbury bed and breakfast inns. For about a mile, in the center of Woodbury you will be amazed to see historic buildings lined up on both sides of the street transporting you back to the mid 17th century. Some of the structures in Woodbury that are focal points of interest are listed in the National Register Historic District include the Masonic Temple which was built in 1839, the North Congregational Church circa 1816, the St. Paul's Episcopal Church from 1875, and the Old Town Hall. Now, aside from the old historic houses, Woodbury attracts many visitors because of the many antiques stores that started showing up towards the latter part of the twentieth century. By Curtis House.