It’s all about the lake at Interlaken (pronounced “Inter-LAKE-in”, naturally). The resort sits on the wooded shores of the spring-fed Lake Wonoscopomic, Connecticut’s deepest lake, where guests spend their days paddling, swimming, or reeling in the abundant bass and trout. Other diversions include a spa, adjacent golf course, tennis courts and heated pool—and nearby ski hills for winter fun.
The inn is comprised of the main building and several houses, each with their own distinct touches, like Sunnyside’s sweeping, wraparound porch, Lakeside’s private deck, the pet-friendly Woodside, and the fully equipped Townhouse suites. All rooms feature modern amenities like plush linens, soft lighting and view-maximizing windows.
New England country charm
Splurge for the luxurious Penthouse Suite, in the main building, and enjoy a private rooftop patio with hot tub and your own “tranquility garden”.
Chef John Welch brings more than 22 years of culinary experience to Morgan’s, the acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant at Interlaken Inn.
Named one of the top business retreats in the US by ManagingAmericans.com, the inn offers a variety of teambuilding program options.