The scenic Litchfield Hills region, covering the corner of northwest Connecticut, is home to several historic inns and restaurants. One of the very best is the Hopkins Inn in the small, picture-postcard village of Warren (pop. around 1,400). Settled in 1737, its attractions include a small state park, a charming one-room schoolhouse, a winery, and the handsome, 264-year-old Warren Congregational Church. And despite its tiny size, Warren has had some notable residents indeed, including film director Miloš Forman and writers Philip Roth and Francine du Plessix Gray.