Country Inn: Former summer retreat of Robert Frost.
The Inn dates from the mid-1800s when the owners invited guests to stay with them during the summer months. Robert Frost once lived in the farmhouse where he composed his famous poem "The Road Not Taken."
32 guest rooms including 3 suites, all with private baths. Charming rooms furnished with antiques and good reproductions.
117 acres on a quiet road with heated swimming pool, hot tub, 4 clay tennis courts, croquet, horse-drawn sleigh rides, hiking and horseback riding. Golf, ice-skating and down-hill skiing nearby.