The White Hart, nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires in picturesque Salisbury, Connecticut, draws its name from its counterpart in Salisbury, England. Built in 1806, the inn had humble beginnings as a small tavern with only a few rooms. Some of the charming features of this original building can still be seen in the historic Tap Room. in 1867, a substantial addition was made to the original structure. Since then, The White Hart Inn has been run as a country inn, enjoying a long and illustrious career.
Each of the 16 guest rooms are completely refurbished with hardwood floors and rugs, new and expanded bathrooms with Carrera marble and wainscoting; four poster king size bed, luxurious Frette linens; wallpaper designed by Matthew Smyth, elegant tapestries and artwork. The emphasis of each room is on individual style, comfort and tranquility. Our suites feature a king bed in the bedroom and separate sitting room with Pullman kitchen. Other accommodations include a bedroom with two double beds or a king bed. Each room has one or more flat screen televisions, DVD players, radio with iPod hook up and mini bar stocked with tasty homemade goodies. A continental breakfast in our restaurant is included with all accommodations.
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