About this Blog & The Inn at Kent Falls in Connecticut


as Featured in Country Home, Traveler & The Best of Connecticut Magazines | The Northwest Hills of Connecticut are brimming with opportunities to enjoy both natural and cultural events. This Kent Falls Blog will not only function as your Area Guide, it will also feature up-to-date articles on Litchfield Real Estate, providing information that will help you make more informed decisions, particularly now, in these challenging times.

Classic new England bathroom at The Inn at Kent Falls

Classic New England bathroom at The Inn at Kent Falls

ABOUT US | As a merchandising guru in New York City’s fast-paced fashion industry, Ira Goldspiel – owner of The Inn at Kent Falls – looked forward to weekend escapes in the tranquil Connecticut countryside. A few years ago he escaped for good by trading in his city flat for a colonial-style Bed & Breakfast in Kent, located within the Litchfield Hills region in the northwest corner of the state.

Ira restored and updated the 1741 structure. Six spacious guest rooms, decorated in a simple yet elegant country modern style, feature spa-like baths. Guests start their day with fresh fruit and Ira’s homemade granola on the screened porch. They go antiquing or explore nature trails by foot, bike, or horseback and are always welcome to read by the pool or mingle with other guests in the den. Rates start at $195. There are many marvelous Winter Specials that include Ski Packages, Romantic Getaway’s, Christmas & New Years Stays.

Oh, yes. If you’re looking for Litchfield County properties,  Ira Goldspiel is an Associate of Sotheby’s International Realty and is known for his dedicated & courteous professionalism.


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