This historical site is located in Woodstock, CT in the "Quiet Corner" of the state. It is a well preserved look into how the upper class was able to live in the country during the summer months in the 1800's.
We stopped by on a lovely summer day and were the only two people on the tour. The guide was interesting, knowledgeable and helpful. The place is fascinating and the gardens are stunning. The guide was able to answer all our questions and made us...更多
Roseland Cottage sits on a large piece of land right in the center of Woodstock, CT, and it is a must-see if you are in the area. If you're not, it's worth a detour. The formal garden is amazing! With boxwood borders, the beds are...更多
Beautiful historic house, with an equally beautiful garden. Very knowledgeable guides and helpful staff made our visit even more pleasant. We were particularly impressed by the lincrusta wall papers, unique! If you're in the area, it is definitely worth a visit.
Great historic restoration that's a gem example of period architecture. The grounds are well-cared for by a local collective of volunteers, and the Bowen family history gives a glimpse into early days of industrial grandeur.
My husband and I grew up in northeast Connecticut and saw Roseland Cottage (the Pink House, as we locals say) progress through years of rehabilitation and numerous shades of pink exterior paint. We have also witnessed improvements to the grounds, programs and the house tour....更多
Roseland Cottage (similar to Newport "cottages") is a historic home built in 1846 for Henry Chandler Bowen and his family. The house is filled with original furnishings and pictures and the tour was led by a very knowledgeable guide. Sorry to say, it will not...更多
We came here today because of the 34th annual Fine Arts and Crafts Fair. The fair is "fair" and the cottage is good, especially it witnessed some historic moments such as the 4th of July celebrations in history, let alone the architectural beauty and significance,...更多