B&B Bike Trail

Mystic Country Trails

  • Mystic Country Bike Trail
  • Quiet Corner Bike Trail

Mystic Country Bike Trail

  • Mystic Bike Trail

FEATURED BED & BREAKFASTS

  • Roseledge Country Inn | Preston
  • High Acres B&B | North Stonington
  • Morgan Inn | Pawcatuck
  • Harbour Inn & Cottage | Mystic
  • Mermaid Inn of Mystic | Mystic
  • Brigadoon B&B | Mystic
  • Old Mystic Inn | Old Mystic
  • Whitehall Mansion Inn | Mystic
  • Mares Inn B&B | Ledyard
  • Captian Grant's 1754 | Preston

ROUTE DETAILS

  • Distance in Hours - 4h and 38min
  • Distance in Miles - 46 miles
  • Level of Difficulty - moderate/ rolling hills

Cycling through Mystic Country offers maritime culture, scenic views, and historic attractions galore. This route starts in Preston, CT and travels south through the Pequot Tribe reservation land, past the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center. You will continue to travel south through North Stonington, Pawcatuck, and Mystic, which offers many scenic stops featuring coastal views and quaint villages.

This driving/ biking route was adopted from the Connecticut Barns Trail, Mystic Country. Several historic Connecticut barns are also featured along the CT B&B Bike Trail. For more information on the CT Barns Trail visit www.­connecticutbarns­.­org.

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Quiet Corner Bike Trail

  • 020415 Quiet Corner Bike Trail

FEATURED BED & BREAKFASTS

  • Fitch Claremont Vineyard B&B | Bozrah
  • Daniel Rust House | Coventry
  • Henrietta House B&B | Ashford
  • Gwen Gareg Inn | Pomfret Center
  • The Cottage House | Thompson

ROUTE DETAILS

  • Distance in Hours - 6h and 59min
  • Distance in Miles – 63.9 miles
  • Level of Difficulty - moderate/ rolling hills

Connecticut's Quiet Corner is a vast patch of sparsely populated towns that seem a world away from the rest of the state. Step back in time with untouched countryside and farmland, tree lined hills and lakes, presenting a classic New England scenery. The route starts in Bozrah then travels to Coventry, the birthplace of Nathan Hale then to Ashford via Rt. 44, through Pomfret and finally to Woodstock. Along the way you will ride through Putnam, known as a shopping destination for the old and the new. Also the home of central New England’s largest antique mall. The trail then ends in the quaint town of Thompson, CT. 

Some of this driving/ biking route has been adopted from the Connecticut Barns Trail, Quiet Corner. Several historic Connecticut barns are also featured along the CT B&B Bike Trail. For more information on the CT Barns Trail visit www.connecticutbarns.org.

Click on the display map above for more details and B&B locations.