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Hungry for great fresh seafood and soft summer breezes? Then head for Guilford, and start with a room at the friendly B&B at Bartlett Farm in the town’s highlands, where the living is easy — and the farm animals welcome company. Or enjoy a night at Sound Reach B&B, nestled in the woods. First thing in the morning, enjoy a hearty B&B breakfast. Then walk it off with a hike on the marsh-side trails at Westwoods, where you can explore the Lost Lake trail and the old quarry. Later, trace the tidal salt marsh at the Guilford Salt Meadow Sanctuary along the East River, just yards from Guilford Harbor, settling your blanket to enjoy a couple of hours of pure relaxation at Jacobs Beach or Chaffinch Island Park while you down your to-go luncheon feast from Forte’s Gourmet Food Marketing & Catering on the Boston Post Road. Later, tour Guilford’s historic house museums, browse the gallery shop at the Guilford Art Center, pay a visit to Bishop’s Orchard, or wander the Guilford Green and Church Street, where some cool little stores like M!X Design Store, Flutterby and The Village Chocolatier promise to please. Head north from the green on Route 77 and you’ll stumble across historic Dudley Farm and its awesome farm stand, as well as lovely Lake Quonnipaug, where you can indulge in a freshwater swim. And in the evening, stop by Augur’s Pub or Kamana Fine Indian
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, enjoy a friendly crowd and tapas at Quattro’s, or dine al fresco at The Place, for the great fresh seafood and those soft summer breezes Guilford is known for.

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Beaches

  • Jacobs Beach
    Seaside Ave., 203-453-8068
  • Lake Quonnipaug
    Rte. 77, north of Rte. 80, 203-453-8068
  • Chaffinch Island Park
    Chaffinch Island Rd.

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