Hotel Homestead Inn
- Terms and facilities
-the Homestead Inn Was Originally Built By John Prime
Treadwell In 1853- As His Private Residence Which Housed
Three Generations Of Treadwells Until 1915. It Was Then
Owned By George T. Sperry Until 1928- When It Was
Established As The Homestead Inn By Mrs. Mary K. Philpot
And Became The Leading Hotel In The Area. In 1938- A Second
Building Was Added Which Housed A Restaurant For Many
Years. In 1955 The Restaurant Was Closed And The Converted
To Motel Rooms. From 1977-1985 It Was Owned By Mr. And Mrs.
Macpherson. Rolf And Peggy Hammer Owned The Property Until
2003. Bill Greenman Is The Current Innkeeper.
Services and terms: Hotel Homestead Inn
- Car park
- Air conditioning
- Adults Only
- Non-smoker Rooms
- All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
- Pets not allowed
Food and beverage
- Bottle of Water
- Daily Housekeeping
Location: Hotel Homestead Inn
-from Bdl-bradley International Airport It Is 60.00 Miles W
To The Property.
Exit Airport And Take Ct 20e To Interstate 91s To
Interstate 84w. Take Exit 15 At Southbury- Go Right At
Bottom Of Ramp Onto 6 And 67 North. In 2 Miles 67 North
Turns Left. Follow 67 North Approximately 18 Miles To New
Milford. At Intersection With 202- Go Straight Onto 202
East -pass Gas Station On Right. Proceed 3 Blocks To Light.
Make Left On Elm Street- Go One Block. Make A Right On
Treadwell And Inn Is On The Left. Go Left Into Parking Lot.