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Curtis House Inn

T.J. Brennan

 

“Every Modern Comfort, Every Ancient Charm.” If you had three guesses, what Woodbury business would you posit to be described by this classy tagline? Well, if you guessed that it belongs to one of Woodbury’s quaint and historical inns, still occupied today by travelers and hungry lunch and dinner guests, then you would be correct!

 

The Curtis House Inn, built in 1736, has been owned and operated by the Hardisty family since 1954. Estella Hardisty was a waitress for the previous Inn’s owner, Sterling Dunn. In 1954, Mr. Dunn sold the inn to Estella Hardisty and her son Chester. The Curtis House Inn, Connecticut’s Oldest Inn, is still being managed by the Hardisty family; T.J. Brennan and Christopher Hardisty maintain the Inn with the motto, “Every Modern Comfort, Every Ancient Charm.” The Inn’s 14 picturesque guest rooms are enhanced with the ancient appeal of canopy beds, wide board flooring and a fireplace in the lobby adorned with warming bed stones. During

the stay, each guest enjoys the modern amenities, including cable television, air conditioning,

and wireless internet. In addition to these guest rooms, the former carriage house is connected to the main house by an enchanting foot bridge. The accommodations include four guest rooms that are handicapped accessible with private baths. 

 

Not only can guests rest in the Inn’s quaint rooms, but visitors can also feast in the two spacious dining areas and the Pub, each with their own menu. There is always a variety of menu choices from traditional favorites, such as turkey and pot roast, to one of the specials made fresh daily. The Curtis House Inn is constantly a venue for private parties, special events, and occasions.

 

If you are looking for a unique gift or planning a “staycation,” you may want to inquire about the Inn’s Package Deals. These package deals are available year round. Currently, there is a package for lodging, dinner for two, and a show at Seven Angels Theatre. 

 

The Curtis House Inn also gives back to the community. A generous discount is given to returning soldiers, as well as hospice, cancer, and Mesothelioma patients and their families who are in the area for a doctor’s appointment or for their treatment. 


The Curtis House Inn is located at 506 Main Street South, Woodbury. The Curtis House Inn’s hours for lunch are Tuesday through Friday, 12 pm to 2 pm, and Saturday, 12 pm through 2:30 pm. Dinner is available Monday through Thursday, 5pm through 8:30 pm, Friday and Saturday, 5pm through 9pm, and Sunday, 12 pm through 8pm. For reservations, contact (203) 263-2101. To review a menu, preview a guest room and the dining facilities, or to plan an event, please view the website at http://www.curtishouseinn.com/dining.htm.

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