Bethel, CT, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Bethel

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Bedroom
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The SpacePeaceful and calm environment. Perfect for business or pleasure visit. Full private bath next to private bedroom with queen size bed. Luxurious sheets, bedding and a soft plush mattress should guarantee you a restful stay. Guest AccessGuests have access to 3 floors of town house other than my bedroom and second bedroom. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with guests will probably only once a day. The NeighborhoodWell maintained and groomed complex with in-ground pool. Beautiful gardens & flowers! Complex is next to open wooded area and a park with 1/2 mile walking loop, playground, basket ball hoops, and a pond with benches. Getting AroundOnly 10 minutes from the Bethel train station (by car) which connects to Stamford CT and New York City. Other Things to NoteKitchen is fully equipped with everything available for use during your stay.
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Good
17 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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1br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceEscape to a 5-acre estate in scenic and pristine Bethel, CT just 70 miles from NYC. This exquisite piece of New England history: The Oliver Benedict House on Codfish Hill. was built in 1796 and has had an incredible list of owners, including the one of the first families in Bethel (The Benedict Family), The (P.T.) Barnum Family and Helmsley/Spear Families. Your stay on Codfish Hill will be in the 200 year old converted milk barn with private entrance, beautiful loft, exposed barnwood beams, tons of natural light, Jacuzzi tub, and full bath with wilderness and wildlife all around you. The barn cottage (where you'll be staying) is flanked by beautiful gardens and adjacent open space. Codfish Hill is a great place for a relaxing getaway approximately 1hr from NYC. We are situated for day trips to state parks, ski hills, beaches, museums in Hartford and New Haven and several wineries on the CT Wine Trail. Note: A 2nd bathroom will be opened up for you to access if you have booked a stay, utilizing the 2nd bedroom, meaning you have additional guests in your party beyond 2. ________ Guest AccessEnjoy the seasonal swimming pool located in the main yard, coffee or tea on your own private patio surrounded by gardens, high speed WiFi internet and close proximity to Fairfield/Litchfield County attractions including state parks, amusement parks, ski resorts, apple orchards. Note: seasonal swimming pool is shared with main house. Interaction with GuestsWe will be here when you arrive to greet you and show you around (if desired). We love our little farm property and can't wait to share it (and its stories) with you! The NeighborhoodBethel, CT is a charming town nestled in southwestern Fairfield County and is part of the Danbury metropolitan area. Bethel offers a rich colonial history, local flair and breathtaking rolling landscapes. The town is mostly residential and its main thoroughfare Greenwood Avenue has been designated as a Historic District. You can visit the other historic homes of Rev. John Ely and Seth Seelye - both on the National Register of Historic Places – The town is home to the Blue Jay Orchards for apple picking, Putnam Memorial State Park, Bennett Memorial Park and Taunton Pond. Also, for those who like to go antiquing, we have a variety of antique stores within 25 minutes in nearby Southbury and Woodbury. The Codfish Hill area of Bethel is among the most historic, rural and beautiful areas in New England. Located just north of Huntington State Park in Redding, hiking, biking, kayaking, snowshoeing and a host of other outdoor activities are right in our backyard. Getting AroundAs we are in the country, you will need a car. Some guests from NYC take Metro North to Bethel on the New Haven Line or Southeast on the Harlem Line and have Enterprise Car Rental meet them. If you need help figuring this out, we're happy to assist! There are also lots of car shares in the area. If desired guests can also rent our electric car (on site) through Turo (previously relay rides) at a discounted rate. Other Things to NoteIn 1976 the Bethel Historical Society and Bicentennial Commission published a book entitled “A History of Bethel, A Commemorative Book". There is a chapter of the book highlighting Bethel's eighteenth-century houses, one of which is our home. Because all early records were destroyed in the British Burning of Danbury not all historical data for our home has been readily available. So we have done some digging of our own. :) Oliver Benedict (the original owner of the farm at our address) and the Benedict family were one of the first families to have settled in Bethel, CT. In fact, Oliver's father, Benjamin was one of the original seventy-one members of the First Congregational Church in Bethel which was established in 1759. We know that Oliver's first child, Ira was born on June 3, 1772, and that he was paid 5 pounds In 1792 for his losses from the British as aresult of their march towards Danbury. This would confirm that he was living in Bethel in 1777 when 2,000 British troops led by General Tryon marched through Bethel on their way to burn the Revolutionary stores at Danbury. There are stories that tell of local patriots warning the Bethel citizens of the British advance. One such story tells of a lone rider seeing the British approaching from the top of Hoyts Hill and rode not unlike Paul Revere to alert their neighbors. The British, as the story is told, thinking they were being met by a considerable army, halted their forces and sent scouts ahead to see if they would be met by rebel forces. A descendant of Thomas Taylor (one of the early Bethel settlers and friend of the Benedict family) told a story that her grandmother was riding home when she sighted the British and dashed into Bethel shouting, “The British are coming! The British are coming!" We know in the coming days of 1977 some type of damage (likely to the house and outbuildings) was inflicted upon our home, our home also likely played a role in the British Invasion/plan. Codfish Hill Road was an established foraging camp during the invasion (for crops or animals for food), and many homes in the area were damaged at that time.
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44br hotel
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Situated in Bethel, this motel is 1.6 mi (2.5 km) from Still River Greenway and within 6 mi (10 km) of Danbury Railway Museum and Danbury Museum and Historical Society. Tarrywile Park and Mansion and Danbury Music Centre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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78br hotel
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Situated in Bethel, this hotel is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Still River Greenway and within 6 mi (10 km) of Danbury Railway Museum and Danbury Museum and Historical Society. Tarrywile Park and Mansion and Danbury Music Centre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Poor
77 reviews
39br hotel
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Situated in Bethel, this hotel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Still River Greenway and within 6 mi (10 km) of Danbury Railway Museum and Danbury Museum and Historical Society. Tarrywile Park and Mansion and Danbury Music Centre are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
    Sun-filled home, glass front lake view in a tranquil no-motorized-anything lake setting. Minutes from major conveniences and various outdoor activities. Includes tennis courts, running track, 2 beaches on a private lake - 550 acres of woodlands with nature trails. Large outdoor deck, outdoor shower. Fisher&Paykel, Wolf, and Bosch appliances with a fully stocked kitchen. Ample closet and dresser spaces for comfort.
    Inn
    Inn
      Stop at Microtel Inn & Suites Bethel Hotel to discover the wonders of Danbury (CT). Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. To be found at the hotel are laundry service/dry cleaning, 24hr room service, business center, disabled facilities, pets allowed. Guestrooms are fitted with all the amenities you need for a good night's sleep, including television, air conditioning, hair dryer, shower, inhouse movies. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Discover all Danbury (CT) has to offer by making Microtel Inn & Suites Bethel Hotel your base.
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        Days Inn Bethel - Danbury is a popular choice amongst travelers in Danbury (CT), whether exploring or just passing through. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have a great time. To be found at the hotel are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park, family room. Guestrooms are designed to provide an optimal level of comfort with welcoming decor and some offering convenient amenities like air conditioning, heating, desk, alarm clock, telephone. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Days Inn Bethel - Danbury.
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        Other
          Howard Johnson Bethel is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests in Danbury (CT). The hotel has everything you need for a comfortable stay. Facilities like free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park are readily available for you to enjoy. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as air conditioning, heating, desk, alarm clock, telephone. Take a break from a long day and make use of fitness center. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Howard Johnson Bethel.
          Retreat
          2br Retreat
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          The Space• Within ONE MILE you will find the West Redding Metro-North Railroad ; trains to and from Grand Central Station NY (direct service 5 times a day, and connecting service throughout day) and travel points along the coast of CT. A pizza, and deli, and post office. • Within TWO to FOUR miles you will find an outstanding farmers market and bakery. The Danbury Fair Mall, Whole Foods, shopping centers, Tarrywile Park for hiking or strolling along your choice of trails. Topstone Park and miles of country beauty. • Within five miles you will find the village of Bethel and the town of Ridgefield both offering many restaurants with entertainment and many shops to visit as you walk along Main St. Or take a country drive on RT 53 to the famous Redding Roadhouse, great menu, great music most Fridays and Saturday and excellent Sunday brunch. A refreshing time for couples, business traveler or someone on their own journey. We have an excellent reading area with plenty of books to choose from. In the queen bedroom is a desk if you need to get some work down. The kitchen is a common area. There is a door that can be shut between kitchen and rented areas for plenty of privacy. The kitchen has all the essentials needed and I have plenty of coffee or tea on hand. If you rather be on your own, I give plenty of space and often take my morning coffee up stairs to my home on other side of house separate from rental. It is a very workable kitchen. There is a nice deck outside the back kitchen door with a picnic table and two person patio chair that looks out over the field next door. Guest AccessThe rented areas are living room, a summer porch, 2 bedrooms and full bath. There is a private entrance that leads into the rented space. The main entrance of the home opens into a foyer where there is a door that will lead you to the rental area. In the rental space there is a small hall way separating the bathroom, and 2 bedrooms from the living room and has a door that you can close between the living room and hall. Interaction with GuestsI am very willing to answer any questions and would be happy to help with any directions or suggestions you may need. I am a open honest sincere host, happy to interact and have no problem letting you be. The NeighborhoodWe're in the country with a quiet neighborhood and plenty of space between homes, you'll probably not even notice anyone that lives near by. My home on one side and on back boarder run along fields and woods. Getting AroundYou will need a car to get around. Uber and taxi services are available in this area. Other Things to NoteI want guess to feel completely comfort, and treat my home with the same respect they would want in their home. The home is not young child friendly, a lot of breakable items and probably not safe for those reasons. If your child is older but under 12 please inquire with me. There is a very quiet and sweet older house cat. I can not allow pets for this reason. Private driveway for plenty of parking, we allow up to 3 cars.
          Retreat
          1br Retreat
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          The SpaceThis house radiates old Victorian charm with the convenience of modern amenities. A compact stylish kitchen, a cozy living room and working comfortable office. An elegant compact retreat. Guest AccessThere is on site parking for 2 guest autos. Your entry is through the front porch into a period vestibule leading to the stairs to the upstairs apartment. Interaction with GuestsMy wife Cathy and I live downstairs. We are nearly always available. I am a retired airline pilot and Cathy an active business manager. I am a mediocre to terrible addicted golfer who enjoys taking care of his house. Cathy is a born cook, decorator and green thumb. Her flowers always make our house happy The NeighborhoodNew England grace, within walking distance to a country deli. Easy to reach all of Western Connecticut and 70 miles to Manhattan. A private elementary and preschool is nearby as are old colonials, horse farms and early churches. We have great dining nearby, from take outs to gourmet. We will be delighted to share our favorites. Getting AroundBy car we are 3 miles to Interstate 84, 3 1/2 miles to the Manhattan train stop in Bethel, close to Rte 7 to the hills and lakes of Northwest Connecticut. Other Things to NoteIf on business, we are 3 miles from interstate 84, 55 min from Hartford. If here for awhile, the train to NY is in Bethel 3 1/2 miles away. If flying in, we are 40 minutes to Westchester County Airport (HPN), an hour and 10 minutes to LaGuardia (LGA) and an hour to Hartford's Bradley Airport (BDL)