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Woodcreek Pond
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From canoeing on Woodcreek Pond to climbing Haystack, visitors to Norfolk should find helpful suggestions here for activities as well as dining and places to stay.

Blackberry River Inn
The Blackberry River Inn is a converted Colonial mansion built in 1763 located .in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains on 27 lush scenic acres. Restored to its original elegance, the Colonial Williamsburg buildings house 20 guest rooms,…
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Manor House
In 1898, Charles Spofford, Director of the Northern Pacific Railway, commissioned architect E.K. Rossiter to build a Victorian Tudor mansion in Norfolk, CT, as a summer home for his family. This elegant mansion is now a romantic get-away…
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Mountain View Inn
Mountain View Inn, an elegantly restored country home is located in the center of the Litchfield Hills on a state designated scenic road. The elegantly restored historic inn has been a Norfolk, CT tradition for over 50 years.…
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Visitor Map & Guide

Get more out of your next visit to Norfolk, CT by downloading a copy of our new illustrated map and guide to all the must see local attractions and resources.

FREE Download Map by Bart Arnold. © Norfolk Map Committee.