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Special For Longwood Country Inn

Date: 8/1/2004 - 8/18/2005
Location: 1204 Main St. S.
Woodbury, CT 06798

For more reservations/information: To reserve or for more information, call 203.266.0800 or email longwood1204@aol.com.
Special: "In Love with Litchfield" Getaway Package...Save 20%!
Save 20% while falling in love with Longwood & the Litchfield Hills: Enjoy the unspoiled countryside and sophisticated cultural attractions of Connecticut's Litchfield Hills at the historic Longwood Country Inn in Woodbury(the "Antiques Capital of Connecticut" …just 1 ¾ hours drive from New York City (45 minutes from Hartford). Valid any night, all year long* the 2-night package starts at just $395/couple (a 20% savings off room rates) and includes: 2 nights lodging, full country breakfast each morning, $100 voucher for fine dining at choice of acclaimed Woodbury restaurants: Carole Peck's Good News Café or John's Café, from May – October, two tickets to the Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Garden and the Bellamy Ferriday Museum, from November – April, 2 tickets to the Mattatuck Art Museum, map for walking trails at Flanders Nature Center & Land Trust, map for Woodbury Antiques District, flower & chocolates, in-room, room taxes included. (*Blackout dates apply; please visit the inn's website for details.)



Brushes with Genius

  1. First stop on this National Millenium Trail is the Bruce Museum of Arts & Sciences in Greenwich (I-95 Exit 3.) See fine impressionist art and a gem of a collection of great rocks and minerals.
  2. Weir Farm is a National Historic Site in Wilton, Rte.7 to Rte.102, that housed the famous Impressionist painter, J. Alden Weir. You can fish, picnic and walk nature trails.
  3. Take the scenic Merritt Parkway to downtown New Haven and the More Info


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