The Timber Trails Inn was once the most widely known place in Sherman, CT, with city residents taking time out of their hectic lives to enjoy the serenity of this pond front country setting. Now, you, your family and friends can enjoy this historic gem all to yourselves. The home is full of expansive rooms that will allow you to enjoy everything that comes with being in a home built for hosting guests looking to relax. The newly furnished house is complemented by the abundant grounds
The home is full of expansive rooms that will allow you to enjoy everything that comes with being in a home built for hosting guests looking to relax. The newly furnished house is complemented by the abundant grounds. The exterior of the home includes a welcoming front porch, stone patio, shaded by ancient Sugar Maples, which overlook manicured lawns, stonewalls, gardens and Valley Lake. The kitchen was recently renovated, and is stocked with everything you will need to make many memorable meals. The formal dining room can accommodate up to 18 guests while the sun room, formal living room and library allow for enough space for everyone to spread out and enjoy their time in this historic former Inn.
The house is located in the heart of the beautiful Timber Trails preserve and just a short walk to waterfalls, hidden lakes, hemlock-forested ravines & mountain lookouts.
Sherman, CT is the "Best Small Town in Connecticut" with a population of 3,581. Sherman is the northern most part of Connecticut which is considered one of the most picturesque areas in New England. The Appalachian Trail runs through the northern end of Sherman. The Appalachian National Scenic Trail, generally known as the Appalachian Trail, is a marked hiking trail in the eastern United States extending between Springer Mountain in Georgia and Mount Katahdin in Maine. The trail is approximately 2,200 miles (3,500 km) long. The trail passes through the states of Georgia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. The majority of the trail is in forest or wild lands, although some portions traverse towns, roads and farms.
What to do:
Candlewood Lake: 15 minutes from Candlewood Lake, Connecticut's largest lake.
Kent, CT: 20 minute drive to Kent, CT
Named best New England town for Leaf Peeping
Washington, CT: 30 minute drive to Washington
Mayflower Grace Hotel and Spa
Bedford, NY: 30 minute drive
Bedford Post Inn
Litchfield, CT: 45 minutes from the town of Litchfield
New York City: 85 minute drive from Midtown Manhattan, or 90 minute train to Grand Central Station.
Golf: Several public golf courses within in a quick drive of Sherman
Danbury Fair Shopping Mall
Connecticut Wine Trail & Festival
Guests will have access to the whole home, except for a few closets. (Don't worry every room will have ample closet space)