GrayBarns

Place:

Silvermine, CT

Placemakers:

Andy, Marsha, and Nikki Glazer

Ethos:

“A Haven of Refuge”, as famously coined by artist and former owner, Frank Hutchens, who co-founded the Silvermine Artists Guild in 1922.

GrayBarns on the Silvermine River is the classic American Inn, with a strong heritage and history. Reimagined through design, it’s the idyllic New England getaway.

Once very popular as a village meeting place, Graybarns also served as an artist outpost, and stagecoach stop from the 17th century to present time.What is now GrayBarns on the Silvermine River began as a small textile factory at the turn of the 19th century. It became a speakeasy during the 1920s before legitimizing itself after the end of Prohibition. It thrived throughout the 1960s as a classic country inn, hosting movie stars like Elizabeth Taylor and Spencer Tracey. Now, it’s been reimagined by the Glazer family.

True to its history, GrayBarns on the Silvermine River has remained the picturesque setting to unite city slickers, international travelers and the local community over food and libations, relaxation and leisure.

Particulars:

6 king suites replete with fireplaces and balconies

Mercantile, marketplace, neighborhood cafe and weekend cocktail lounge

GrayGoods, home and lifestyle shop

In-room wellness (massage & facials)

Barn yoga classes

Priority bikes

Fitness studio

Fly fishing – bait, tackle, & casting lessons

NEST thermostats

Frette linens & robes

Flamingo Estate amenities

SMEG & Nespresso appliances

Tavern at GrayBarns, restaurant & bar

30-seat private dining room, covered porch, courtyard & events barn

Photo credit: Lover Lover

The Conservatory Exclusives:

10% off the best rate (subject to property availability)

A VIP welcome gift

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