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Back in the 1800s, Lyme was a stagecoach path and a stop. The Lyme Inn was a stopping place and still stands proudly today. Two hundred years old, with its historic elegance and contemporary luxuries, grande appearance and beyond gorgeous rooms, you will want to stay in this opulent hotel if the opportunity arises. Houses and public buildings, dating back to the 1700s, are plentiful here and bring back amazing history. The Congregational Church resides next to the Lyme Inn which is also 200 years old. A bell, made by Paul Revere, was once in the steeple. Horse sheds back then were extremely important. The longest preserved line of continuous horse sheds in New England (27 in all) is here in Lyme. This delightful little town is located along the CT River and the Appalachian Trail passes through the heavily wooded eastern end. Lyme Historians Museum provides exhibits that are visible by “peeping” into their windows. Chaffee Natural Conservation Area provides low impact for public recreation, allowing only foot traffic to protect its wildlife habitats, water quality of brooks and ponds, and wetlands and trails. Street lights? You won’t find any of those here! But you will find three great restaurants, a general store and people that will welcome you warmly.
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