7 Inns You Need To Visit In CT
Connecticut is filled with rich history, stretching from it's coast all the way tot he mountains of Litchfield County. Many of the historic houses and mansions that were built have now been converted into Inns for people to enjoy. Below we've created a list of 7 Inns you need to visit within Connecticut.
1. The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina
Located in historic Niantic, CT, The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina offers guests of it's sixteen rooms great water views and just a short five walk to downtown Niantic.
2. Blackberry River Inn
Calling Norfolk, CT it's home, Blackberry River Inn is in a historic colonial home dating back to 1763 situated on a twenty-seven acre property. This country escape can help you forget your daily stress and enjoy all that the Berkshire Mountains in Connecticut have to offer.
3. The Wallingford Victorian Inn
Constructed in 1891 in Wallingford, The Wallingford Victorian Inn offers guests an escape in one of their five guest rooms that are full of detail and elegance. The inn also features a library, parlor, and music room.
4. Scranton Seahorse Inn
Housed in an 1833 Greek revival home The Scranton Seahorse Inn located in Madison, CT offers seven different guest rooms to stay in. With only a fifteen minute drive to new Haven and countless attractions nearby Scranton Seahorse Inn is located in an ideal spot.
5. The Copper Beech Inn
Located in Ivoryton, The Copper Beech Inn with it's twenty-two guest rooms will send you back in time. Located near historic Essex Village there are many attractions to see in the area.
6. Stonecroft Country Inn
The Stonecroft Country Inn offers ten guest rooms both in their 1807 historic house and a converted post and beam barn. With just a short drive to historic Mystic this Inn combines history and elegance with convenience.
7. Saybrook Point Inn & Spa
Offering eighty-one guest rooms Saybrook Point Inn & Spa has something for everyone. Stay in one of their historic houses, or even stay in their lighthouse suite. Located on the mouth of the Connecticut River Saybrook Point has much to offer, both in walking distance and a short drive away.