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WOODBURY, CT (WFSB) -

If you're a fan of Gordon Ramsay's show Hotel Hell, you're in luck - the famed chef and host of several shows will be heading to Woodbury, according to the Woodbury-Middlebury Patch.

According to the Patch article, Ramsay is going to open next season of Hotel Hell at the Curtis House Inn.

The Curtis House, Connecticut's oldest inn, was built before 1736 by Rev. Anthony Stoddard and opened as the Orenaug Inn in 1754 by his grandson, Anthony Stoddard. Since then the inn has had approximately 30 owners and has remained a public house, according to the inn's website.

According to the Patch article, the production crew will be in Woodbury from May 11-14 and will be working with staff at the inn.

The show is looking for local residents that want to stay at the inn during filming or to go for dinner. For more information, click here.

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