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Roseland Cottage, Woodstock

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  • 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...  more »
  • 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, ...  more »
  • 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...  more »
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  • Very nice house, beautiful garden, unique architecture. Very knowledgeable guides.
  • Historical and quaint, Roseland Cottage is a must see for anyone traveling to the area.
  • Extraordinary Victorian cottage with perfectly preserved interiors This cottage was the summer house of the Bowen family, wealthy dry good merchants in NYC. Built in the fashionable board-and-batten style, and painted in a surprising pink (its local nickname is the Pink House), it has preserved its mid-19th century interiors and furnishings, as well as its outbuildings, including the oldest indoor bowling alley in North America. Good tour -- though I would have liked to be able to photograph the interiors. Extraordinary!
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