Historic Henrietta House Bed and Breakfast and Red House Farm provides a delightful place to stay in the "Quiet Corner"/Last Green Valley of Connecticut. The house was built in the early 1700's and consists of traditional cape and colonial center chimney post and beam construction. Though tastefully renovated over the centuries, many of the historical aspects have been retained, such as the 5 fireplaces, 9 over 6 windows, bee-hive oven, and wide-board pine and chestnut floors. Two light-filled bedrooms that share a bathroom and one suite with its own bath, balcony, and separate entrance welcome our guests with all the modern comforts you have come to expect. Included at no extra cost a full gourmet breakfast, engaging stories about the house (mysterious Henrietta, Underground Railway, ghosts), and a lovely hike on the adjacent Byles Sanctuary Trail. As we also are a small farm, our organically raised vegetables, fruits, and eggs will make up your hearty breakfast and you can visit our chickens, goats, and gardens during their seasons.