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It is said the difference between real life and the movies is that real life has bad lighting and no score. All of that changes as one enters the grounds of Thomas Henkelmann and Homestead Inn in Greenwich, CT. Purchased in 1997 by Theresa and Thomas Henkelmann as a showcase for Thomas Henkelmann's incredible cuisine, the existing hotel was a logical extension and a blank canvas for Theresa's design expertise. Integrating the architecture that defers to the hotel's history and individuality, the Henkelmann's purposeful and sensitive renovation is a salute to the past while resolutely embracing the new and the now. Art and artifacts from around the globe are seamlessly woven into each room and suite's decor. European in flavor, the hotel speaks to both the artist and the bon vivant. Cement tiles designed and colored by French artist Denis Colomb add tactile appeal to the heated bathroom floors. Each bath differs in style and design and all have sumptuous amenities intended to coddle. The singularity of Thomas Henkelmann's delightful restaurant is based on a wonderfully eclectic mix of 18th century architecture and 21st century design and amenities; it’s secluded but easily accessible location, just 25 minutes from New York City, Thomas Henkelmann’s world renowned Contemporary French cuisine and service matches attention with discretion. The very personal stamp the Henkelmann's used to create their luxurious retreat is evident with the attention to detail in even the most unlikely places.
Location & Map
- Homestead Inn
- 420 Field Point Road
- Greenwich, CT 06830
- United States
Located just 25 minutes from New York City, Thomas Henkelmann nestles quietly on a hillside in Greenwich, Connecticut. The restaurant is set on over 3 acres of gardens and has lovely views .
Directions to Hotel
From New York and Locations South: Take I-95 North Exit 3 (Arch Street) in Greenwich. Turn left at the bottom of the exit ramp. At the second light make a left onto Horseneck Lane. At the end of Horseneck Lane, make a left onto Field Point Rd. The Inn is a quarter of a mile on the right hand side. From New haven and Locations North: Take I-95 South to Exit 3 (Arch Street) in Greenwich. Turn right at the bottom of the exit ramp. At the first light make a left onto Horseneck Lane. At the end of Horseneck Lane, make a left onto Field Point Rd. The Inn is a quarter of a mile on the right hand side
Highlights & Reviews
The Cottage Boardroom can accommodate up to 20 people.
Fine Dining On Site
Thomas Henkelmann was born in Germany and is a devotee of French gastronomy. He was trained in Alsace before moving to Connecticut to open his restaurant and inn.
Greenwich Avenue is a shopper's delight that is a 10-minute, tree-lined walk from the inn.
Bruce Museum's collection includes works by Pablo Picasso, Man Ray, Georgia O’Keeffe, Louise Nevelson, and Alexander Calder.
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- - Business Center
- Meeting Space
- Disabled Access
- Fine Dining On Site
- High Speed Internet
- - Shopping
- Theatre & Museums
World's Best Awards
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