One Day Just Isn’T Enough To Experience It All
With an overnight stay, you’ll have the time to enjoy Lime Rock Park, plus take in the local surroundings.
Lime Rock Park is certainly one of Northwest Connecticut’s gems, but the local area offers so to enjoy as well. For that reason, an overnight stay in any one of a number of delightful inns and hotels around within a glorious drive from Lime Rock Park afford you the opportunity to delight in all the area has to offer.
From an idyllic summer-day swim at the beach on Wononskopmuc Lake or a woodland hike on the Appalachian Trail in nearby Lakeville to shopping items by makers from Litchfield, Connecticut and across New York’s Hudson Valley to perusing the antiques trail along Route 7 from Kent, Connecticut to Lenox, Massachusetts can all be added around an activity at Lime Rock Park.
Whether you are driving yourself, spectating at one of our events or just along for the ride, trust us when we say an overnight stay is the best way to get the most from your journey to Lime Rock Park.
WHERE TO STAY
There are a great many wonderful inns and hotels to suit a range of tastes and budget’s within an hour’s radius of Lime Rock Park. Many are independently owned, one-of-a- kind establishments that only add to the unique experience of visiting Lime Rock Park. And because many of the hotels and inns are smaller, they can fill up fast. So, we urge you to do your own research and plan ahead.
To get started, here are a few suggestions in the immediate Lime Rock/Lakeville/ Salisbury Area
- The Interlaken Inn
- The Wake Robin Inn
- The Falls Village Inn
- The White Hart
- The Inn at Iron Masters
- The Inn at White Hollow Farm
- Green Works at White Hollow
Some renowned hotels in the greater area include
- The Mayflower Inn & Spa in Washington, CT
- The Delamar in West Hartford, CT
- Troutbeck in Amenia, NY
- Canyon Ranch in Lenox, MA
There are also many private homes, carriage houses and rooms in the area available through one of your favorite vacation rental sites.