For your next New England vacation, discover a stunning 23-acre, award-winning, four-season resort sited on the border of Colebrook and Norfolk, in beautiful Northwest Connecticut. Masterfully built in 1912 by renowned architect Addison Mizner, Rock Hall Luxe Lodging stands out with its Spanish Mediterranean Revival design and unparalleled elegance. As the only remaining residence designed by Mizner north of the Mason Dixon Line and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Rock Hall is distinctively elegant with a variety of incredible activities that keep guests entertained day to day, any time of the year.
Each beautifully proportioned room is uniquely decorated and becomes your private sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the outside world. Astounding grand features like the chestnut coffered walls, wooden beamed ceilings, and a spectacular great room fireplace keep you feeling enchanted and relaxed throughout your stay. Restored in 2005 by the current owners and innkeepers, Michael and Stella Somers, Rock Hall discreetly provides modern amenities like wireless internet and flat screen tvs yet retains its antique charm.
“Having traveled to luxury destinations around the world, we created a guest experience that includes modern amenities in an exquisite country resort setting, just a few hours from New York City and Boston,” said innkeeper Stella Somers.
Relax in this year-round resort while indulging in a range of onsite activities the resort has to offer including a wide array of spa and wellness services. A seasonal tennis court, swimming pool, Jacuzzi, and hiking trail are just some of the summer activities available on the property. Year-round activities include indoor fitness, billiard and game rooms. The area boasts world-class art, dance, music and theatre venues.
Located in the heart of the New England countryside near state parks, vineyards, and historic landmarks and properties, Rock Hall Luxe Lodging welcomes guests with its unique luxury experience while discovering the beauty of New England. Tanglewood, the Mark Twain House, Norman Rockwell Museum, Jacob’s Pillow, Warner Theater, and Infinity Hall are just some of the popular cultural attractions nearby. While mountains, waterfalls, and lakes entertain the nature lover.
Approximately two hours from both New York City and Boston, residents can easily escape the hustle and bustle of fast-paced city life while relaxing in the countryside and sipping on divine hand-crafted cocktails. A farm to table Mediterranean breakfast is served daily in a grand, formal dining room under a monumental crystal chandelier, and a variety of award-winning area restaurants await the most discriminating diner.
The estate is surrounded by gorgeous flower gardens and a century old apple orchard. The beautifully manicured park-like grounds at Rock Hall boast one of the largest private collections of specimen trees in New England and create a haven for guests from all corners of the world.
A recent guest's review summed up their Rock Hall experience. “We just spent three nights at Rock Hall in chamber two and loved our experience. The grounds are lovely and the house has the feeling of exactly what it is, a stately home, charmingly decorated with every thought given to the guests’ comfort.”
Rock Hall was named Best of New England 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012, and One of the Six Most Romantic Inns in New England by Yankee Magazine. Out Traveler named Rock Hall as a Top Wedding Venue, Fathomaway.com cited Rock Hall Luxe Lodging as One of the Most Romantic Destinations in the US and Caribbean, and Jim Flynn's Best Weekends included Rock Hall as one of the Top 100 US Hotels With the WOW Factor!
Make your next getaway or vacation destination Rock Hall Luxe Lodging and experience the perfect blend of elegance and adventure.