Built in 1873 representing the Second Empire design and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated on two acres of gardens and manicured lawns and located in and Historic District.Read More
Built in 1873 representing the Second Empire design and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Situated on two acres of gardens and manicured lawns and located in and Historic District. The Silas W. Robbins house is situated on two acres of gardens and manicured lawns in the heart of the Historic District of Wethersfield and the largest historic district in the state, with homes that either predate the Revolutionary War, the Civil War or were built before the turn of the 20th century. Features five guest rooms with private baths, plus a parlor, a tearoom and a dining room all adorned with Victorian stencilling, moldings, draperies and period furniture. The grace and romance of a renowned era complimented by modern necessities is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate. Lavish comfort awaits you in each of the uniquely decorated rooms at the Silas W. Robbins House. Savor the elegance of your surroundings; the hand painted designs by local artisans inspired by the Victorian era and exquisite 19th century furniture. After a restful night's stay, your taste buds will be awakened by a delectable breakfast. John and Shireen Aforism, owners, innkeepers and longtime residents of Old Wethersfield, wish to share with you the sights of historic Old Wethersfield and the charm of their completely restored 1873 French Second Empire home.
Other amenities: dining nearby, elevator, free newspapers,iron/ironing board in room, parking, shopping nearby