The bed and breakfast was purchased in 1999 and was used as a nursing home for many years. Since the purchase we have totally renovated the structure with all of the amenities available in the 21 century. It features internet access in each room and we have a common living room with a 52 in. tv and a large family style dining room with an eleven foot oak table.
5 on October 30, 2017
We stayed for five glorious spring days at the Locust Tree and enjoyed every moment. Heidi, the hostess, accommodated every request we had, which included obtaining extra rooms for unexpected family members, and her breakfasts were hearty and delicious, trimmed by freshly made applesauce and jam. A perfect place to enjoy the leaves and Connecticut in the fall.
5 on October 29, 2015
I spent two nights this week at The Locust Tree Bed and breakfast. The cleanliness, quality of food, and all aspects of the B&B were wonderful. I thoroughly enjoyed myself.
3.8 on February 19, 2015
arrived very late. They made that arrival very comfortable. Breakfast was excellent. Room for sleeping was very hot and cold.
4.6 on January 10, 2015
The owners were very nice, and the location excellent. The room we chose was close to the stairway, and noise from other guests arriving and leaving was not pleasant, The room itself was nice, and the bed comfortable.
4.2 on September 19, 2014
My husband and I have just returned from a lovely visit in Canaan, Connecticut; we stayed at the Locust Tree B&B. Our room was very comfortable and we enjoyed our hearty breakfasts as well as talking with our helpful, accommodating hostess. There is a wonderful view from the front porch overlooking the mountains through beautiful, tall trees on the spacious property.
4.0 on August 25, 2014
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting family. The Locust Tree met or exceeded every expectation and I am a bit of a fussy traveler as I have traveled a great deal for business. It is not one of those fantasy B&B where you are sleeping on 100 year-old, hand-carved beds, or being served a 4-course breakfast and pretending you are a Rockefeller for the weekend. But it is also not $400/night. My husband summed it up best when he called it a "basic B&B", 100% comfortable, pleasant, and cleaner than just about every other place I've stayed. Everything in our room was well-maintained and operated perfectly. We both enjoyed 2 sound nights of sleep on the comfortable bed and woke to the smell of bacon cooking downstairs each morning. Breakfast was wonderfully delicious - especially the waffles. Heidi is a gracious innkeeper who multi-tasked between telling stories of the inn and cooking breakfast to order. All she wants to do is take good care of her guests and she treats everyone with the utmost respect. We were a bit late in leaving for our trip and when I called to say we would be in 2 hours late, she was completely unfazed and was waiting for us when we pulled in. You could not ask for anything more and I would gladly return and recommend it to all my friends.
3.0 on June 27, 2014
The floor of our room had an extreme slope and was very slippery. My husband almost fell when he stepped on a throw rug. The railing provided for the steep stairway to the room was loose and could have been dangerous if a person grabbed it for support because he lost his balance. The liquid soap provided in the bathroom was tinted crimson to match the generous supply of fluffy towels. It seemed like a nice touch until I used it to wash my hands in the sink and realized the soap looked like blood in the sink. Not a good idea. The owner could not provide us with information on restaurants or activities in the area. In addition, her daughter and surly grandchildren had an awkward presence in the guests' dining area. This is the first B&B in which the owner's family added such a negative tone to the atmosphere. We had the impression we were not welcome in the living room, which seemed odd. There was a lovely second-story veranda, but it would not have been a nice retreat if the weather had been wet or cold. The room was spacious, but had just one straight-back chair and no upholstered chair for reading or watching TV. Otherwise, the furniture was nice, the bed was comfortable, and the TV was in good working order.
3.8 on May 02, 2014
Lovely bed and breakfast. The room was fine but small and very clean. The shower could have had more pressure. We would stay there again if in the area.
4.8 on April 20, 2014
This charming B&B is well worth the trip. The location is slightly further away than other more prominent B&B and reasonably priced. We traveled to and from Millerton, about 10 miles each way on country roads. Very pretty drive. The owners are gracious and friendly. We stayed in room #1. The bed is comfy and the room spacious. The second story porch wraps around 2 sides of the house. It was a wee bit chilly to sit out. Would love to come back again in warmer weather to sit and relax on the porch. Our online reservation was easily made and the response time was quick. We received a couple emails from Heidi welcoming us to the B&B. A great find would return.
5 on June 24, 2013
Loved my stay here was to short and plan to return
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skiing, racing, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 39 miles
From all points , we are located 1 mile from the Route 7 and Route 44 intersection on Route 44
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, National/State parks, Lime Rock Park, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Board games, Computer, Copier, Parking, Telephone
Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Cross-country ski trails, Hiking trails, Shopping
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian