in Suffield, Connecticut, Kingsfield Bed and Breakfast, the Lieutenant
William King House, is a beautifully
preserved example of early New England saltbox colonial architecture. Built
in 1722 by a prominent tobacco valley family, the house is spacious
and comfortable while maintaining a historically accurate decor.
Step back into early 18th century New England and experience
a tranquil night in a large four poster bed with a down
comforter and in-room fireplace. Enjoy
a continental breakfast and afternoon tea or sherry as well in the federal
period tap room.
The town of Suffield is located in the heart of the historic tobacco
valley of Western Massachusetts/Central Connecticut and is just a short
ride to Springfield, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut. Bradley
International Airport is a quick ten minutes down the road.
points of interest include Old Sturbridge Village, The Hancock
Shaker Village Museum, The Wadsworth Atheneum,
The Mark Twain House, Old Deerfield Village,The Connecticut Culinary
Institute and Suffield Academy.
Lieutenant William King House is on the National Register of