Many of the County Links
on the left will keep you specifically in Litchfield County here in Connecticut. We add new listings and links on a regular basis so bookmark this page and check back often.
A true domain of New England at its best, the thousand square miles of unspoiled natural beauty, woodlands and farmlands, rushing rivers and spring fed mountain lakes, nestle in the northwestern corner of Connecticut! Only 100 miles from New York City and 115 miles from Boston, the area that was one of the original thirteen colonies remains rich with carefully preserved history and lore. Find a treasured antique, a coveted painting or sculpture, choose one of Litchfield County's many fine restaurants for a tasty dining experience,and rest comfortably in a country inn or Bed and Breakfast.
Peaceful towns and villages founded in the seventeen hundreds seem untouched by time; steepled churches rise above manicured village greens; meticulously restored houses bespeak traditions of old; upscale shops and restaurants, country inns and bed and breakfasts blend with gracious surroundings.
Edged by giant maples, picturesque roads wind their way past the greenest of pastures that stretch as far as the eye can see, flowering apple orchards, picture-perfect red barns and white clapboard houses. Historic covered bridges dating back to the Revolutionary War can still be crossed.
Today, travelers seeking a destination that combines country pleasures such as settling in at centuries-old inns and strolling down tree shaded lanes, with such sophisticated delights as gourmet dining, some of the best antiquing in New England, classical concerts by internationally famed musicians and just unwinding in the areas unspoiled natural beauty find northwest Connecticut's Litchfield Hills an ideal getaway.
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Want to try a unique vacation? A major New England tourist destination, the village of Mystic, CT
is home to the Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, known for its popular beluga whales. The business district on either side of the bascule bridge crossing the Mystic River contains many restaurants. Local sailing cruises are available on the traditional sailing ship Argia. Short day tours and longer evening cruises are available on the 1908 steamer Sabino departing Mystic Seaport. Mystic Seaport is the nation's leading maritime museum and one of the premier maritime museums in the world.