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Find discount rates on hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and motels in the beautiful New England town of Woodstock, CT, as well as surrounding Connecticut communities and nearby Sturbridge, MA. One of New England's most scenic small towns, Woodstock  has a beautiful town common, spectacular, big old village homes and gentle rolling hills in the distance.  It's the perfect place for a romantic getaway, located in Connecticut's northeast "Quiet Corner."  Comparing rates, checking availability and booking online for your Woodstock vacation is a breeze with an easy-to-read lodging interface.  From the quaint to the modern, a memorable hotel in the Woodstock, CT, region awaits you!
The Inn at Woodstock Hill
94 Plaine Hill Road
Woodstock, CT 06281-2912
Nightly Rates (125.00 - 125.00)   2 Star
The Inn at Woodstock Hill $hotle.Name
A charming, beautiful, well appointed inn located in the Northeast 'Quiet Corner' of Connecticut off of scenic Route 169. The Inn was built in 1816 and in past times was a private estate belonging to...see more
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A rural Woodstock, CT, attraction

Stoggy Hollow General Store and Restaurant, Woodstock Valley, CT 

by Eric H.,

What makes the Stoggy Hollow General Store and Restaurant a true hidden New England restaurant is that it's located in an authentic hidden New England community. Tiny Woodstock Valley may be the epicenter of northeast Connecticut's "Quiet Corner," a place with tons of rural scenery and very little to do. Pies, cakes and other delicious baked goods are made at the charming country store side of this creaky 1836 wooden building while hearty breakfast, lunch and dinner selections fulfill the biggest appetites on the restaurant side. The pulled pork is particularly good, but you can't go wrong with the fresh oversized sandwiches and great pancakes. What makes Stoggy Hollow even more special is the life that it brings to the community in the most traditional sense -- a place where people congregate to converse, buy the Sunday paper, and enjoy the homemade foods. Stoggy Hollow may be hard to find, but ultimately hard to beat when it comes down to good old country cooking, located in the proverbial "middle of nowhere."

Stoggy Hollow 492 Eastford Rd.(Rt.198), Woodstock Valley, CT. Tel. 860-974-2889