THE SILVERMINE TAVERN BED & BREAKFAST
   
  194 Perry Avenue Norwalk, Connecticut 06850 (203) 847-4558 E-Mail: SilvermineTavernInn@gmail.com  

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The Silvermine Tavern - Norwalk, CT


Youíre invited to stay the night, the weekend or longer in one of our cozy, romantic guest rooms, each with its own private bath.  Furnished with genuine American antiques and individually decorated, the rooms have either one double bed (some with canopies), one queen canopy bed, or two single beds. 

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Rates are $125.00 to $150.00 for two including the continental breakfast. Ask about special seasonal weekday rates and extended stay rates.  Silvermine Tavern rooms are furnished with American country antiques, collected by John Kenneth Byard, a noted advisor to the antique collections of Deerfield Village and Henry Ford as well as the proprietor of the renowned Silvermine Tavern and Galleries from 1929 until 1947. Much of the art in the guest rooms is original work by Dorothy Randolph Byard, the proprietor's wife, who was an accomplished poet, writer and artist as well as an artist-member of the Silvermine Guild. The bathrooms are equipped with comfortable old-time fixtures including some claw foot tubs. Hooked rugs, candlewick spreads, antique beds and historic prints make staying in our guest rooms feel like a visit to another era. Each room has a jar of cracked corn to feed the always-hungry ducks, a happy-massager for relaxation and is air conditioned.  WiFi is available in the parlors and some of the guest rooms.  A continental breakfast featuring the famous Silvermine Tavern Honey Buns and homemade cranberry granola as well as juices, baked goods, yogurt and cereal in included with the rooms.  The guest rooms and public spaces are air conditioned.

 

Luxurious Guest Accomodations - Silvermine Tavern, Norwalk, CT
 

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