Geocaching in the Hudson Valley

What is Geocaching? Geocaching is an outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS (Global Positioning System). Geocachers find a specific set of GPS coordinates on their smart phones or other GPS enabled devices, and then attempt to find the geocache (a … Continue reading

A Fun and Informational Place to Visit, Institute for American Indian Studies

Institute for American Indian Studies (About 40 minutes from the Inn) 38 Curtis Road Washington, CT 06793 860-868-0518 Hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Saturday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm Sunday (last admission at 4:30) In … Continue reading

St. John’s Cliffs, a perfect area to experience Fall Foliage in the valley

St. John’s Cliffs (Less than 30 minutes from the B&B) Map from the Inn to the Cliffs St. John’s Cliffs (also known as St. John’s Ledges) are rock formations near the border of Kent and Cornwall, CT. The Appalachian Trail … Continue reading

A Bit of History and Art to Explore this Fall

A trip to the area is never complete without a visit to the Eric Sloane Museum & Kent Iron Furnace. The Museum is on the National Register of Historic Places and a Connecticut State Archaeological Preserve. The Museum is owned … Continue reading

Four beautiful places to check out when visiting the Hilltop House

If you are in the area and like to hike and explore the outdoors, or simply go somewhere for a noontime picnic, the area has some lovely parks and scenic areas to check out! Ritchies Amenia Deli (less than 5 … Continue reading