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Nestled in Connecticut’s picturesque Housatonic Valley, is the quaint town of New Milford, “where New England begins", Homestead Inn has been welcoming guests since 1928 and is the perfect place to take advantage of all that our area has to offer.
The Homestead Inn consists of 16 well appointed rooms between the Main House and Treadwell Annex. Whether you are looking for a romantic weekend getaway, a quick overnight stay or corporate travel, the Homestead Inn has you covered. The Inn was built about 1850 as a residence by John Prime Treadwell. It became an Inn in 1933. The dining room was added in 1940. Over the years, it has hosted such notable people as the Joseph Kennedy family, Conductor Leopold Stokowski, artist Philip Kappel, and actress Marilyn Monroe.