Kent area schools present the unique opportunity for families to attend a wide variety of winter sports and artistic events. Gatherings around the basketball court or hockey rink provide a great deal excitement to the long winter months. Parents of our neighboring boarding schools are encouraged to spend a weekend in Kent at the Starbuck Inn. We offer parents a 20% discount off our winter rates.
New England offers some of the best skiing and snow boarding in the country. That is why we invite you to join us in the celebration of winter with our ski package to Mohawk Mountain. Experience a crisp day on the mountain and a warm fire at high tea when you return to the inn. Hot cocoa, mulled hot apple cider, pastries and sandwiches may be served. Awaken to a scrumptious home cooked breakfast with our farm fresh eggs, bacon, sausage, home fries, and homemade muffins. Ski package includes our special winter rates plus a $35.00 discount per room when you turn in your lift ticket.
Come celebrate New Years Eve and New Years Day with the Starbuck family. A complimentary bottle of champagne and hors d’ oeuvres on New Years Eve and an elaborate New Years Day breakfast all included in our seasonal winter rates. Reservations by December 25th.
We are honored to announce that Starbuck Inn has been awarded The Certificate of Excellence by Tripadvisor for 2012. As we begin our 10th year serving the Kent community, we want to thank all of our guests who have come to stay with us from 46 countries and every state in the Union. We look forward to welcoming and caring for our guests for the next 10 years….Many thanks.
Kent Named New England’s # 1 Fall Foliage Destination, Yankee Magazine. This week Yankee Magazine September/ October issue listed the top 25 towns in New England for fall foliage…and Kent, CT. earned the top spot! Come to Kent this fall and see the glorious colors and everything our community has to offer.
By Bob Deakin Staff Reporter Visitors coming back to Kent this summer will notice a new place to stay on Main Street, just north of all the shops and restaurants. Formerly the Chaucer House, the Starbuck Inn opened on Memorial Day with newly renovated space and a bit more to come. The owners, the Starbuck family are excited to provide another unique place to stay in town. “What this business really boils down to is providing a good bed and providing a good breakfast and we don’t compromise on either one,” Mr. Starbuck said, simplifying the new venture. “It’s an interest Betsy and I have both had-of providing a place where people can come and be comfortable and visit with friends and family.” They closed on the building in early March and have nearly completed the renovation of the building in just three months. All that remains to be built are two guestrooms above the garage and an innkeeper’s quarters below, bringing the total to seven. Trish Namm, of Kent, handled interior design duties. Formerly the Chaucer House, it was run by Mike and Mary James for about five years. The previous owners, Alan and Brenda Hodgson, who hailed from […]