Review Samuel Watson House
All of our rooms match the decadence of this Greek Revival lodging, yet each one has its own distinct character. Click on the rooms to the left to learn more. For bookings or information, call: 860.315.7831

King – Master Suite 185.00 Single King Bed Suite

Our Master Suite is located on the second floor and features a King Size bed, large private bathroom, dressing area & closet.

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Queen 1 165.00 Single Queen Bed

This room is located on the 2nd floor and comes equipped with a single queen bed.

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Queen 2 145.00 Single Queen Bed

This room is located on the 1st floor and comes equipped with a single queen bed and a private bathroom.

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Step back in time and discover the charms of an unspoiled New England village in Connecticut's Quiet Corner as you stay in the oldest house on historic Thompson Hill. With easy access to antiquing, state parks, golf, swimming and biking, there is plenty to keep you entertained during your stay - whether you're looking for a romantic spot for a weekend getaway or an impressive location for family reunions, bridal parties and wedding guests.


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Built in 1767 in the Greek Revival style, the Samuel Watson House is a true New England masterpiece on Thompson Hill, Thompson, CT. The house, which retains much of its original character, is on the National Historic Register and the Historic District of Thompson. In 1754, this site was chosen by Samuel Watson of Leciester, Massachusetts who purchased eight acres on the hilltop from Hezekiah Sabin for 160 pounds. He put up a "small house" for his new bride at once and several years later "proceeded to clear up the hill, cut down the woods, haul off the stumps and make ready for building" his permanent residence.