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As the name suggests, 1754 House first opened to visitors in the year 1754. The structure was initially constructed as early as 1736 by Anthony Stoddard and became an inn in the mid 18th-century.

Although 1754 House retains its historic charm, the guestrooms offer modern luxuries such as flat-screen televisions, free wi-fi, and luxury toiletries. Additionally, guests who stay at this historic hotel can enjoy shared spaces such as the lobby where amenities like a Keurig coffee maker are available.

Located in the picturesque foothills of the Western Connecticut Berkshires, this hotel offers luxurious and historic accommodations in an unforgettable setting. Guests who stay at 1754 House will have easy access to the beautiful region as well as the many activities it offers such as swimming, hiking, golfing, boating, and more.

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1754 House is located in the foothills of the beautiful Western Connecticut Berkshires.


Discover the grand colonial American architecture that has defined the 1754 House for centuries.


Explore the Glebe House Museum & Gertrude Jekyll Gardens just down the road.


Experience the verdant hiking trails that wind throughout Flanders Nature Center.


Taste quintessential American fare at the 1754 House Restaurant and Tavern.

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