The Scranton Seahorse Inn is located in the heart of the village of Madison on the Connecticut shoreline. This wonderful inn, opened January 2006, is close to spectacular beaches, charming boutiques, elegant restaurants and outlet shopping. Housed in the 1833 Greek revival home of Sereno Scranton, the Scranton Seahorse Inn offers its guests the convenience of luxurious newly appointed accommodations along with the charm and ambiance of a historic New England homestead. Whether you are in town for a relaxing getaway, business trip, or a fun-filled adventure, let us become your home away fr. . .
The Taber Inne, Mystic, Connecticut, is the premiere destination for lodging and hospitality, while visiting historic Mystic and Stonington. Whether you choose our luxury accommodations or one of our well-appointed rooms for your business or leisure travel, the Taber Inne offers the perfect blend of warmth, charm and convenience. We are a 3-Diamond AAA approved Inn, and the Taber Inne is central to many attractions. Take a stroll into downtown Mystic and window shop. No visit would be complete without a visit to Mystic's Historic Bascule Drawbridge. While you're out and about, be charmed by t. . .
This posh accommodation situated in the heart of New Haven, Connecticut is the perfect place to experience unrivaled hospitality and contemporary amenities around every corner. Situated directly across from Yale University, one of America's most prestigious higher education facilities, the Study at Yale is comprised of 124 lavishly adorned guestrooms. Each room includes plush leather chairs for reading and studying, seersucker robes, flat screen TVs, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Discover the intellectual common areas well-stocked with reading materials before grabbing a bite at the lodging's delic. . .
Welcome to Stonecroft Country Inn, a Mystic B&B nestled on 6.5 rolling acres of lush lawns and terraced gardens in the Connecticut countryside. Originally the 1807 estate of Sea Captain Shubel Smith, Stonecroft Country Inn offers two distinct lodging options amidst an atmosphere of relaxation and romance.
Two Inns In One
Our unique property offers two inns in one – a sunny 1807 Georgian Colonial with wide plank floors and wood burning fireplaces; and a newly renovated post and beam barn, called The Grange, featuring luxurious accommodations with whirlpool tubs and gas fireplaces.
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Westbrook Inn offers 9 Lovely, Antique Appointed Rooms plus a Spacious 2 Bedroom Cottage. All Beds are Adorned with Luxurious, Triple Sheeted Linens. Although the Rooms Feature Period Victorian Decor You will Find that They also Tastefully offer all the Modern Conveniences such as WiFi, Private Baths, a/c, Hair Dryers, Irons & Ironing Boards, Cable T.V., and More!. . .
A distinctive Quiet Corner area bed and breakfast inn located in Woodstock, Connecticut. The Inn at Woodstock Hill Bed and Breakfast lodging offers 21 comfortable guest rooms, each individually decorated, having a variety of amenities including private bath, television, telephone, radio and wireless Internet access, and air conditioning. Six rooms are furnished with four-poster beds, and eight rooms have working gas fireplaces. A stone's throw from the charming town of Putnam in the Quiet Corner area of Connecticut, this unique bed and breakfast inn is home to a fine dining restaurant serving . . .
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the graciously restored Simsbury 1820 House is an elegant bed and breakfast that offers modern amenities and personal service in a period setting. It is indeed the quintessential New England bed and breakfast in Simsbury, Connecticut. The 32 unique guestrooms, including three suites, at this historic Simsbury bed and breakfast are decorated with period antiques, reproductions, and fabrics to approximate the original style of the house. Four-poster canopied beds are luxuriously dressed in Belgian linens with plush down comforters. Amenities in. . .
Welcome to the Inn at Stonington, a boutique B&B situated on the waterfront in Stonington Borough. Discover the quaint village lifestyle of this small Connecticut town. The Inn at Stonington is a newly constructed inn featuring modern state-of-the-art facilities surrounded by historic buildings and old-fashioned charm. Gaze out over the harbor from the bar, dining room, and living room, or ascend the stairs to the third-floor “Harborview Room” for an unrivaled sunset view.
Take advantage of Stonington's advantageous setting amongst untainted land and sea wilderness by going for a hike, set. . .
Enjoy a peaceful getaway at a classic 18th century New England Farmhouse. Beautifully restored, the Inn At Mount Pleasant Farm offers outstanding views and serene vistas unparalleled in NW Connecticut. Located on 70 undisturbed acres surrounded by hardwoods and pasture complete with hiking and beautiful the Nickel Brook Creek, your visit is sure to be both relaxing and revitalizing. The Inn at Mount Pleasant is a bed and breakfast that in Litchfield County, Torrington CT. It has been completely remodeled to offer modern amenities while still retaining the original charm of the 18th century fa. . .
Nestled on the Southeastern Connecticut shoreline, Fourteen Lincoln Street is a historic church located in the coastal village of Niantic. This charming bed and breakfast is within walking distance of pristine beaches, a seaside boardwalk and quaint downtown center. Elegant guestrooms, quiet corners, and gourmet meals enchant all who visit.
Built in 1879, Fourteen Lincoln Street started life as a Congregational Church serving the town of Niantic and surrounding communities until 1963. The church has weathered many storms throughout the years, from a near devastating fire in 1927 to the loss. . .
The Mark Twain House and Museum
Samuel Clemens (a.k.a Mark Twain) and his family lived in this house which was designed by his talented wife, Olivia Clemens. She sketched how she wanted the house to be built with help from her friends. Mark Twain loved their Hartford home upon completion. He enjoyed being at home and recalled his happiest memories and most productive years were spent within the walls of this inspiring home that they lived in from 1874-1891.
Mark Twain wrote his famous books such as Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, . . .
Atop the most southerly hill in a chain known as the Seven Sisters, William Hooker Gillette, noted actor, director, and playwright, built this one hundred and eighty-four acre estate, the Seventh Sister. The focal point of his effort was a twenty four room mansion reminiscent of a medieval castle.
Purchased by the State of Connecticut in 1943 from the executors of Mr. Gillette's will, Gillette Castle and the adjoining property with its fine woodlands, trails, and vistas are now administered for the enjoyment of present and future generations. This apparently would have pleased Gillette, sin. . .