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Great Restaurant within 2 hours from Stamford

nbermas Dec 27, 2008 06:34 PM

where you can sleep over and have a fabulous Dinner and then Breakfast? Need a night away but of course want some great food and some country scenery. Thanks you

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  1. jfood RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 06:47 AM

    jfood has heard some marvelous things about the Mayflower in Washington CT

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      nbermas RE: jfood Dec 28, 2008 11:13 AM

      Ihave been there just to look at it because of the spa my husband is a LMT but way over my budget right now. I wish I could because when we toured the grounds they were very nice and the spa was incredible. I want a reasonable B&B that serves dinners and comes with breakfast. But I like your idea, thanks.

    2. applesauce23 RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 09:16 AM

      This might be a little over 2 hours, but I've heard excellent things about Emerson Spa in Mt Tremper. I think fabulous would be a good adjective for this resort.

      http://www.emersonresort.com/

      1. steve h. RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 11:45 AM

        copper beech inn in ivoryton, ct gets my vote. very good food, very good drinks.

        here's a link: http://www.copperbeechinn.com/home.htm

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          Nonny RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 01:17 PM

          Roger Sherman Inn -
          best restaurant in 2008 according to New York Times - awesome food.
          I'd also second Copper Beach - rather chere though - more so I think than Roger Sherman.

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            nbermas RE: Nonny Dec 28, 2008 01:49 PM

            Thanks but it is too close to home want an adventure in the woods. Also I think too fancy for us.

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              garrettjones RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 01:55 PM

              how about harvest on hudson in hastings, new york?? only about 45 minutes.

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                steve h. RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 01:55 PM

                bee and thistle in old lyme is slightly down the food chain. griswold inn, essex, is rustic with a bit of history. i've stayed at the bee & t and can vouch for the food (good not great). the gris is where we go in the summer when we moor the boat in essex.

            2. jfood RE: nbermas Dec 28, 2008 02:00 PM

              how about the Red Lion in Rhinebeck?

              ANd if fun in the iwnter is your idea with OK food, Mohonk Mountain

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                jfood RE: applesauce23 Dec 28, 2008 05:17 PM

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                Mohonk is very expensive but for a weekend of hiking skating and lots of activities it is a nice and beautiful place. And as you will notice "OK food" was how it was described

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                  nbermas RE: jfood Dec 28, 2008 05:15 PM

                  I love Rhinebeck area, haven't been in 20 years but I would love some great suggestions of a rustic B&B in the woods that serves dinner and comes with a great breakfast though!
                  Is the Red Lion like this? Also some restaurant recommendatiosn would be wonderful to. thank you

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                    mmalmad RE: nbermas Dec 29, 2008 06:26 AM

                    You might want to think about the Griswald Inn in Essex. It has been some time since I have eaten there (never stayed the night) but it was good

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                      thefoodbully RE: mmalmad Jan 9, 2009 04:05 AM

                      Try the Still River Cafe in Eastford. You'll need to find an nearby inn-- but that should be do able...

                      Still River is an old refurbished barn, and has terrific food tucked away in NE CT.

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