Sharon Knies

184 Todd Hill Road
Bethlehem, CT 06751
(203) 710-5809
sknies@windhorseinternational.com

Padma Karma

184 Todd Hill Road
Bethlehem, CT 06751
(203)435-5781
pkarma@windhorseinternational.com

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Directions to Windhorse International

Please note that most GPS devices place our driveway in the wrong place.  Note that we are two drives south of the intersection of Todd Hill Road and Bergmann Hill/Auncient Oak

From Points North:

I-91 South to

I-84 West to

CT Route 8 North - proceed to exit 38.

At the bottom of the ramp turn left onto Waterbury Rd (0.3 mi)

Turn left onto US-6 W/Pine Hill Rd  (0.4 mi)

Turn left onto CT-109 W/US-6 W  (98 ft)

Slight right onto CT-109 (8.9 mi) (You will pass through two stop signs)

Turn left onto Todd Hill Rd.  Follow Todd Hill to the first stop sign.  Go straight.  Windhorse International will be the second driveway on the left.

From Points South:

I-91 North to I-691 West.

to I-84 West to Route 8 North - proceed to exit 38.

At the bottom of the ramp turn left onto Waterbury Rd (0.3 mi)

Turn left onto US-6 W/Pine Hill Rd  (0.4 mi)

Turn left onto CT-109 W/US-6 W/Grand Army of the Republic Hwy  (98 ft)

Slight right onto CT-109 (8.9 mi) (You will pass through two stop signs)

Turn left onto Todd Hill Rd.  Follow Todd Hill to the first stop sign.  Go straight.  Windhorse International will be the second driveway on the left.


From Points East: Follow above directions from I-84.

From Points West:

If driving a car:

CT Rte 7 to CT Rte 202 East

Turn Right onto CT Rte 209 in Bantam (Litchfield)

At the end of 209 turn Right onto CT Rte 109

Turn left onto Todd Hill Rd.  Follow Todd Hill to the first stop sign.  Go straight.  Windhorse International will be the second driveway on the left.

If pulling a trailer:

An alternate way is to travel I-84 to Exit 16 Southbury CT-67/US-6 E  (0.3 mi)

Turn left onto CT-67 N/US-6 E (stay on US 6E - do not turn off when CT 67 splits off) (5.4 mi)

Turn left onto CT-47 N/Washington Rd  (1.3 mi)

Slight right onto CT-132 N/Weekeepeemee Rd (2.7 mi)

Turn left onto CT Rte 61 (3.2 mi)

Turn left onto CT Rte 109 (2.0 mi)

Turn left onto Todd Hill Rd.  Follow Todd Hill to the first stop sign.  Go straight.  Windhorse International will be the second driveway on the left. (1.3 mi)

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