Mansion at Bald Hill
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We invite you to step back in time and
enjoy a summer residence built with grace
and elegance during America's Industrial Age.

Enjoy the serenity of a century ago
still preserved today in the last remaining green valley
of the historic Northeast corridor.

Enjoy accommodations befitting
the comfort and character of this bygone era.
Escape to Connecticut's "Quiet Corner"
and indulge in gourmet dining, fine wine
and gracious accommodations.

Surrounded yourself in the pastoral beauty of
The Mansion at Bald Hill.



Elegant Dining
Welcome


The Mansion at Bald Hill is a historic landmark that has taken on a new life as a premier restaurant and an elegant Bed and Breakfast. Quietly tucked away in the "quiet corner" of Northeastern Connecticut, The Mansion is private and secluded, it offers the perfect setting for that special getaway or event.

The restaurant features an eclectic seasonal menu utilizing local organic farms to provide our guests with the highest quality ingredients, prepared with passion and presented with an artistic flair by our team of experienced award-winning chefs.

The home features six exquisite guest rooms with private baths. The ambiance brings you back to a slower, quieter, more elegant time. The guest rooms offer a soft palate of colors with distinctive bedding that will envelope you in restful slumber. Luscious morning breakfasts are served in the formal dining room or on the terrace, where you are bathed in sunlight and surrounded by peaceful garden splendor.

We welcome you and look forward to your visit whether it be dinner, an overnight stay, a weekend getaway or for that special occasion. Your comfort is our mission, your pleasure is our goal, your happiness is our reward.

Sincerely

Joel Theriaque,
Scott Plantier and Janet Waterman


29 Plaine Hill Road
South Woodstock, CT 06267
  info@mansionatbaldhill.com
p/ 860.974.3456   f/ 860.974.1929