|Roseledge Country Inn and Farm Shoppein the heart of the Mystic Country close to Foxwood & Mohegan Sun Casinos||
We love to decorate and Valentines day is so fun. Take a moment to stop in and see what we have for your sweeties!
Yes we Believe in the magic of Christmas...
Roseledge wishes all our past guest and customers the happiest of holidays!
Merry Christmas from all of us at Roseledge Country Inn and Farm Shop
Let us host your holiday guests!
Shop our gift shop and support the locals!
Getting the tree...today is the day we gather as a family and drive a short distance to one of the many Christmas Tree Farms.
Picking out the "just right" tree is no easy task with so many to choose from!
Near by Florence Griswold Museum presents the Magic of Christmas!
A Connecticut Tradition Dec 6-Jan 5
Create holiday memories at the Florence Griswold Museum
Delight in over 140 painted palettes created by artists across the country
Step back in time with a visit to Miss Florence's 1910 Christmas home.
Enjoy an elegant tea of sweets and savories with glorious views of the Lieutenant River. Call for reservations.
Create hands on fun with art activities for all ages.
Musical performances book talks and our art exhibitions make for a very special season.
After a week long visit at our favorite place with our family we are back and ready to decorate! Let the festivities begin!
Black Friday Sale!
Our local vineyard is having a great sale, we know your not going to want to miss!
So why not make it a getaway , Roseledge is minutes from the Preston Ridge Vineyard, making it a great spot to come back and grab a nap before going out for the evening! Foxwoods Casino is four miles away, lots of night life and dining options. Maybe a show or a visit to the comedy club!
Autumn has arrived in its full glory and is now preparing to exit our southeastern region of CT. Old man winter has been teasing us with a cold day here and there and Jack Frost came late this year. But all in all it was a glorious fall and with its late growing season this year flowers were an added bonus. The leaves have mostly fallen with a few stubborn trees here and there. Piles of them gather around the perennials which still need to be cut back, the perfect home for small critters to nest. I have begun the task of putting the gardens to bed and removing the bedding which entice the mice to nest in, making them a nice cozy home with nice perennial roots to eat. I have a passion to garden, thus there is lots outside to keep me busy far in to this Autumn season!
I can almost smell the scent of hundreds of cookies piled high on the turkey platter about this time of year. Cookie baking was a very serious event when I was growing up. My mother maned the mixer with her cookie book and package after package of oleo! Her cookie book has a spot on my kitchen counter along with her rolling pin. The dog eared and stained pages of this book shows the time and seriousness of her art. Cookie baking began early, before the holidays, and the cookies were stacked one atop of another, waiting to be assembled on paper plated to be delivered to the neighbors. Mind you by the time they went out they had a flavor that can not be duplicated by any extract. After sitting together on that plater it developed and this is scent that if Yankee Candle reproduced I would by and endless supply!
MY daughters and I have taken over this art and each year we bake together, but all in one day...not weeks! We assemble them, to be delivered to family, friends, teachers and the mail man atChristmas. We laugh, we remember, we complain, and we bake. But most of all we do this together! I so miss the oatmeal boxes of cookie mom sent, no one daring to tell her that all that arrived were crumbs!