Blackberry River Inn

530 Greenwoods Road West, Rte. 44, Norfolk, CT 06058.

(860) 542-5100. All season Colonial Inn, built in 1763. The Blackberry River Inn lies nestled in Litchfield Hills on 27 scenic rural acres. Swimming pool on grounds. Restored to its original elegance, the Colonial Williamsburg buildings house 17 guest rooms, several of which feature a working fireplace or a Jacuzzi. Common areas include three sitting parlors and a cherry paneled library, all with fireplaces. Wifi available throughout property. A sun-filled morning room is the setting where guests enjoy the Inn's complimentary gourmet country breakfast. Complimentary afternoon tea. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Manor House Bed and Breakfast

69 Maple Avenue, Norfolk, CT 06058.

Toll free (866) 542-5690. Designated "Connecticut's most romantic hideaway" by The Discerning Traveler. Also featured in National Geographic Traveler, and winner of Connecticut's Best Bed & Breakfast by Connecticut Magazine in 2014 & 2015. This historic 1898 Tudor Estate offers 9 guestrooms, all with private baths and views of spacious grounds and gardens. Several offer whirlpools, private balconies, and fireplaces. Relax in the elegant common rooms and enjoy a hearty full course breakfast including locally made apple smoked bacon or sausage in the dining room, all adorned with Tiffany windows and architectural detail.

Mountain View Inn

67 Litchfield Road, Norfolk, CT 06058.

(860) 542-6991. Toll Free (866) 792-7812. Our Elegantly Restored Victorian is steeped in History and Ambiance. Joyfully Owned & Hosted by Dean & Jean Marie Johnson; Rated #1 in Norfolk by TripAdvisor.com; Selected for Bed&Breakfast.com's "Diamond Collection", Period Inspired Guest Rooms; Gilded Peacock Boutique; Victorian Courtyard & Sprawling Porches; Delicious & Bountiful Breakfasts; Wi-Fi throughout Inn; Short Walk to Infinity Hall & Yale Concerts.

Old Riverton Inn

436 East River Road, Riverton, CT 06065.

(860) 379-8678. For the hungry, thirsty and sleepy since 1796. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Overlooking the wild and scenic nationally designated, West Branch of the Farmington River. Hiking, canoeing, fishing, bird watching, one mile from Peoples State Forest. Over 200 years of hospitality. 12 rooms, all with private bath, cable tv, and wi-fi. Open year-round.