All rooms have cable TV, CD, phone wireless and cable access. Featured in Country Home, the "Best of CT" Connecticut Magazine, the New York Times, and Conde Nast Traveler. 2006 Editors Choice, Travel Magazine. Rates 195.0-350.0. V-MC-AE


The Inn at Kent Falls, is an historic property built in 1741. In the cooler months, relax in the quiet of our French antique living room with a crackling Colonial-sized fireplace or in the Spring and Summer, on our screened porch overlooking 2.5 lush acres surrounded by the soothing sounds of Cobble Brook & a pool and a waterfall.


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  107 Kent Cornwall Road | Kent, CT 06757 | phone 860.927.3197 | fax 860.927.3239 | eMail


A romance of rooms, The Inn at Kent Falls is a bed & breakfast which features three unique Suites and three luxurious Queen-sized rooms. All rooms have private baths, some with fireplaces. Frette linens and Aveda Bath Products are also provided. In the morning, we serve breakfast with choices of fresh baked croissants, scones, French bread, salmon, quiches, double baked brioche French toast, fresh fruit, granola & yogurt. The Inn also has a beautiful Pool, with a private Poolhouse, outdoor shower & lush, aromatic gardens.

Spend your vacations skiing, hiking or just marveling at the splendid fall foliage and then return to one of our romantic rooms or suites and relax by the fireplace in this historic colonial bed and breakfast. Located in northwestern Connecticut just a short distance away from nearby New York state, The Inn at Kent Falls offers luxurious Kent lodging. Conveniently located near The Marvelwood School and The Kent School, The Inn at Kent Falls is a wonderful place for visiting parents to pamper themselves while in the Kent area.

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Originally called, The Flanders Arms, this 1741 building is located in north western Connecticut not far from the nearby Berkshires in what was the original center of Kent, CT in the 18th Century. Our bed and breakfast is truly an Inn for all seasons because the richness and warmth of this Historic Register property is also complemented by the legendary natural beauty of Kent.