Fairfield County

Fairfield County encompasses the following towns and cities: Bridgeport, Cannondale, Cos Cob, Easton, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, Green Farms, Huntington , Monroe, New Canaan, Norwalk, Old Greenwich, Riverside, Rowayton, Saugatuck, Shelton, Southport, Stamford, Stratford, Trumbull, Weston, Westport, and Wilton.

Fairfield County’s unique quality of being where “New York City meets New England Charm” is perhaps best illustrated by the many lodging options that greet visitors along Connecticut’s “Gold Coast and Countryside.”

On one hand, chic high-rise hotels surrounded by the breathtaking architecture of a teeming city center and vibrant shopping malls inspire some visitors to take Fairfield County’s journey of urban discovery.

Still others choose to relax in romantic country inns, opting for the bucolic splendor of a sweeping countryside or the elegance of arriving by yacht to luxurious accommodations with breathtaking water views. Fairfield County’s country inns are opulently appointed with antiques, family heirlooms and of course, all the modern comforts and conveniences one might expect. If you are looking for a romantic hideaway, Bed and Breakfasts located in beautifully decorated historic homes may be the ideal place.

Most accommodations have in-room high speed or wireless Internet, room service, complimentary breakfast, spas and other amenities that will make you feel at home and at the same time completely pampered. One of the biggest advantages Fairfield County offers is that many properties are located in the heart of town or near a train station with service to New York. This makes an overnight or weekend getaway not only convenient and affordable, but also diverting thanks to the many sights to see so close by.

Wherever you stay, you’ll find charming ways enhanced by state-of-the-art comforts. Follow our site to find accommodations that are perfect for your Fairfield County “getaway”.

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