In the early 1900s, Milford was the getaway spot for New Yorkers. Used extensively by motion picture   studios for exterior scenes Milford developed a large capacity to accommodate film crews, movie stars and weekenders in a variety of hotels, inns and B&Bs. Today, Milford still boasts that selection:


Jorgenson’s at the Dimmick Inn
Harford & Broad Street
Since 1828 featuring an authentic 1800’s tap room and lovely dining rooms. Seasonal porch or fireside dining. Major credit cards welcome.

The Harrington  House
208 West Harford
A Victorian home built in 1840. The living room is still lighted by wide floor‐length shuttered windows. The wide wrap‐around porch could tell tales of quieter days when only horses and wagons passed on a narrow dirt road. The home captures the charm and ambience of yesteryear in historic Milford.

Hotel  Fauchère
401 Broad Street

The Hotel Fauchère/Relais & Chateaux is an historic 16‐room European-style boutique hotel and culinary destination with exceptional service and modern amenities (including Frette bed and bath linens, Kiehl’s hair and skin amenities and Nespresso machines in every room).  In addition to three restaurants (The Delmonico Room, Bar Louis and the Patisserie Fauchere), the hotel also offers a day spa and corporate meeting facility.

Inn at Hunt’s Landing
120 Routes 6 & 209

Laurel Villa
210 2nd & East Ann Street
Enjoy find dining and lodging in a historic 1876 country inn nestled on one of Milford’s most beautiful streets. Ten comfortable rooms with private baths for the weary traveler.

Myer’s Country Motel
600 Routes 6 & 209