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Map pinChester · Connecticut
5.0 · 
The Millhouse Downtown Chester
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The Millhouse Downtown Chester

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An upscale destination with accommodations for foodies & friends in the heart of historic Chester CT. Stay at this beautifully renovated historic Millhouse in charming downtown Chester. Enjoy strolling the streets loaded with shops, award winning restaurants, a microbrewery, art galleries, and more. All within a 1 minute walk. Our prime location is just 20 minutes to the CT shoreline and located in the heart of the CT River Valley. The Millhouse is next door to the Chester Historical Museum. This completely and beautifully restored, upscale apartment is on the ground level of an historic 200 year old Millhouse. Have your morning coffee by the waterfall or make breakfast in our foodie-friendly gourmet kitchen. The smells emitting from across the brook (Grano - "One of CT’s best restaurants”) will have you making dinner reservations early and often. Sit by the brook in our Adirondack armchairs at the fire-pit to sounds of the waterfall as you reflect on your days' adventures. The apartment is over 1000 square feet of living space, contains a large, well-appointed gourmet kitchen and a full-size washer/dryer. Every detail has been considered for your comfort. including soft warm throws, and eclectic designed bedrooms with the finest quality mattresses & bedding! Spa upstairs on premises - Book before you arrive - www.riverwitchco .com The SPA @ The River Witch - A Spa Suite Book your appointment at this, high vibrational spa offering: Massage therapy, Hydrafacial facials, Body wraps, Spray tans, Reiki, Hypnosis & metaphysical healing. The whole apartment and front yard/patio is for guests use. Washer and dryer are in-house along with a 50" tv and Wifi. 2 on-site parking spots are for guest use. Self Check-in - The apartment is accessed via keypad and instructions are provided upon booking. "The best small town in Connecticut" (Connecticut Magazine) Chester Village boasts beautiful shops and critically acclaimed dining. In season, Main street shuts down for an amazing farmer's market on Sundays. Chester itself sits close to a number of recreational activities. There are great hiking trails not far from here but the best part is walking to town to grab breakfast at Simons, lunch at River Tavern and dinner at Granos! The Connecticut River is just down the street and you can take the historic seasonal Chester-Hadlyme ferry across the river. "There are many reasons to visit this little slice of heaven in Connecticut. One thing is for sure, once you step into Chester, you will want to stay longer than you had planned." (Only In Your State) “Solitude when you need it, engagement when you want it. Walden Pond meets Broadway.” (Morley Safer, journalist / past resident) A bucolic town, pristine and quintessential New England. Pretty much year round this town is a destination place. This truly is one of those towns that makes Connecticut special. (Ann Nyberg's Network Connecticut) "A compact downtown that’s beautiful, friendly, and cosmopolitan, while hugging close its small-town New England character." (Yankee Magazine) "a jewel of a town out of a movie set- it reminds me of a quaint village of Provence, theater, galleries and great food". (Jacques Pepin, chef) "Chester, CT is a cozy little riverside village tucked into the hills near the Connecticut River. Chester, which is a few miles north of Route 95 and Long Island Sound has the feel of a tidy European town." (Travel Guide of America) "The tiny Artist Colony of Chester, CT. Contemporary artist Sol LeWitt, whose work can be found in most world-class modern art museums made his home here, and many others have followed. It’s the perfect place to pick up handcrafted jewelry, art, clothing, and crafts directly from the artist." (Getaway Mavens) In 1769, Jonathan Warner was granted permission to operate a ferry across the Connecticut River that became the Chester-Hadlyme Ferry, the second-oldest continuously operating ferry service in Connecticut. Its location is currently a state historical landmark and crosses from Chester to Hadlyme, nearby Gillette Castle, a popular tourist destination with expansive views of the Connecticut River. The 1959 film "It Happened to Jane", starring Doris Day and Jack Lemmon, was filmed in Chester. Portions of the 1971 horror film "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" were filmed in Chester, including the Chester–Hadlyme Ferry. In 2006, the Chicago Film Critics Association pronounced "Let's Scare Jessica to Death" the 87th scariest film ever made. COVID-19: Guests who’ve been diagnosed with Covid 19 should absolutely not book our Airbnb to quarantine themselves. Additionally, if you have symptoms you will NOT be permitted to stay, and must cancel your plans. We're following the new, enhanced cleaning initiative by Airbnb, and taking all necessary precautions to protect our guests, and our community, against Covid-19. Additional time between stays, and additional cleaning time, has changed our check-in times - please take note. Due to these changes, and depending on the schedule, we may not be able to accommodate early arrivals, or late departures. Thank you for understanding.


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