Two colleagues and I stumbled upon Mystic and more importantly on the Pequot via the web and our only complaint is that we didn't stay longer. Nancy and Jim were fantastic hosts (thanks again Jim for the awesome pancakes); the rooms were quaint, yet perfect; the location is ideal (we never experienced any of the noise reported by other reviewers); and Nancy's reccommendations of places to eat were superb.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Pequot Hotel was built in 1840 as a stagecoach stop and a meeting place for the Freemasons. It has operated as a Bed and Breakfast since 1991. It is located about 2.5 miles from Historic Downtown Mystic, Mystic Seaport Museum and Mystic Aquarium. The three lovely guestrooms are furnished with family heirlooms and antiques and all rooms have private modern bathrooms. The large screened porch is a perfect place to relax on a summer evening or to take an early cup of coffee in the morning. A large parlor with television is available for guests, and Internet access is free. All of the guest rooms have A/C in the summer, and two rooms have working fireplaces for use in the winter.We welcome children over the age of eight years, but do not allow smoking or pets. We have a dog, a Basenji, Haley, for your amusement. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pequot Inn