Quiet, homey, and very relaxing. Fun to stay in an authentic 1700's building with comfy beds and fireplaces, and wake to a wonderful breakfast, then wander the garden and listen to the birds. I come here any chance I get.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Went there with my spouse after a nearby wedding. It was so great to be welcomed by Kevin at the door and shown around the amazing old house filled with really cool antiques. We enjoyed homemade cookies when we arrived late in the evening before heading up to our room. The queen bed was extreeemely comfortable and we had a private bathroom. Strong water pressure in the shower and soft, thick towels. Our room overlooked the back gardens and felt very private. There are some very sweet cats, but they are kept away from the bedrooms, so my spouse who has allergies had no trouble whatsoever in or room or anywhere else in the house. The breakfast was delicious - greek yogurt and fresh fruit from their orchard, an egg, cheese, and ham casserole, fresh squeezed orange juice… Relaxed and wonderful stay. Would definitely recommend it as a true get-away!
My boyfriend and I spent the night here last night. We had the most amazing experience. Brenda and Kevin were so welcoming and their B&B is absolutely beautiful. We joined some friends of ours, had a campfire, and sipped on some wine from the vineyard next door. The atmosphere and company made for an excellent sporadic night away.
You can see from our previous reviews that we love staying with Brenda and Kevin. Unfortunately we also always bring a blizzard for excitement. This was no exception. Two, three, four feet of snow - who's counting. We came up Friday and were not sure we would get home on Sunday.
No worry. We sat by one of the many fires, read and waited for the other guests. They actually made it through the storm. Wonderful company as were the cats.
We were particularly thrilled when one of the couples began to talk about how they found the Inn. Seemed that they went on TripAdvisor, saw our reviews and came the 3 1/2 hours because of them. They did not know that we were the authors.
Valentine's dinner was again catered by Working Girl and was outstanding.
Grilled Shrimp over Ceasar Salad
French Onion Soup
Red Wine Braised Beef over Smashed Potatoes and Root Veggie Ragout
The dinner was also a wine tasting from the Taylor Brooke Winery. I was very happy that we did not need to drive anywhere. When you come, please go to the winery and do a sampling. These are wines that should not be missed.
Brenda made a decadent dessert of Crème Brule Cheesecake with a side of Chocolate Raspberry Torte.
You have to treat yourself sometimes.
We have already booked next year and will be up there in the Spring to see what Woodstock looks like without the snow.
Oh my goodness, our first "Autumn in New England" trip was wonderfully enhanced by our five night stay with Brenda and Kevin at the B&B at Taylor's Corner. Being Southerners, we know a thing our two about hospitality - it's top notch here! Accommodations were warm and welcoming, all details were considered right down to homemade cookies upon arrival and plenty of fluffy towels in our own, private bath. Breakfast was of gourmet quality - every day. Brenda was kind enough to modify breakfast time one morning so that we could meet up with others for a day of site-seeing. We will definitely return as we now have family in the area and wouldn't want to miss an opportunity to stay at this quaint, wonderful inn.
We came to the quiet corner of CT to do some family history research. The Taylor B and B is an authentic 1730's farmhouse in Woodstock for an unusual historic experience.The fireplace in your bedroom was at one time the only source of heat ! Brenda and Kevin are great people, world travelers and marvelous conversationalists. Her family hails from Belgium and Kevin is a Mayflower descendant. Brenda has a culinary degree and focuses on a first class breakfast with presentation. Also, the fine dining that is very close by, almost walking distance, deserves special mention. Brenda has menus and recommendations. We loved The Inn and The Mansion, both living up to their name. Great value and close enough for Rhode Island family researchers. All in all, great relaxation.