Woodstock Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Woodstock; our list of the best things to see, including Inn At Woodstock Hill, Roseland Cottage and Woodstock Fair.
  • The best place in Woodstock: Inn At Woodstock Hill

    Inn At Woodstock Hill

    94 Plaine Hill Rd
    Call to reserve one of our romantic getaway suites air conditioned for your comfort.
  • Roseland Cottage

    also known as the Pink House or the Bowen House
    This is where Bowen hosted U.S. Presidents for his then-famous Independence Day celebrations at Roseland Park. Ulysses S. Grant bowled his first strike in the bowling alley located in the carriage barn. The pink colored house features "tall, angular gables, gingerbread trim, and 21 formal flower gardens outlined by dwarf boxwood hedges," according to a Hartford Courant article. Roseland is an example of Victorian Gothic Revival style, which can be seen in its pointed gables, scrolled bargeboards, many tall chimneys, and leaded glass windows in diamond shapes. The outside walls, of board and batten wood siding, have been painted 13 different colors over the past 150 years -- all shades of pink (as of the summer of 2006 the house was a coral or salmon color). The house still has the owners' original furniture and knickknacks. Roseland was designed (under Bowen's direction) by architect Joseph C. Wells. The design was influenced by the architectural design books of architectural critic Andrew Jackson Downing. Fine Homebuilding magazine named Roseland one of the 25 most important houses in America in its 2006 Fine Homebuilding Houses Annual Issue.
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  • Woodstock Fair

    run by the Woodstock Agricultural Society
    The current President of the Woodstock Fair is Susan Z. Hibbard. The annual fair is held after harvest every labor day weekend complete with a carnaval, farm compition and agricultural exibit.
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  • Sweet Evalina's Stand

    688 route 169
  • Java Jive Specialty Coffee & Gourmet Shop

    283 Route 169
  • Mansion at Bald Hill

    29 Plaine Hill Rd
  • Mrs Bridges' Pantry

    292 Route 169
    We are a British Tea Shop, providing an authentic British experience for a full, hearty luncheon or just tea or coffee and desert in our tea room
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Woodstock uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.