Michael and his staff were absolutely amazing. The Inn is as I always pictured an Inn to be, and MORE. GOURMET, GOURMET, GOURMET, there is no other word to describe our elegant breakfasts every morning. Not only is Michael an amazing chef, his hosting skills are over the top. His suggestions for things to do, places to see, restaurants to dine were right on. He certainly knows his town and loves to share it with you. The Inn is just a short distance from town, very quiet, and pristene. Michael can go my gardening any time. We stayed in the Louisa May Alcott room in the Cottage and it was stunning. The decor was to the period, very spacious and not a spec of dust to be found. After a long day of sightseeing in and around Mystic, we could relax in our own beautifully decorated study/living area. AMAZING!!! We had access to the house whenever we wanted for snacks, ice, TV watching (a no, no on our vacation!), local brochures, homemade snacks and beverages. What more could you ask for. We will return again, again, and again. Michael, count on our return visit, even if just for a long weekend. The Old Mystic Inn, in Old Mystic is a MUST stay for anyone visiting the area. Michael, thank you a million times over. You have made two Pennsylvania's very, very, happy people.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The main house of the inn was built in 1784 and is a blend of antiques and reproduction furnishings. The carriage house was built in 1988 and is a modern Victorian, with rooms decorated in a country cottage decor. All eight rooms are named for a New England author. Queen sized beds, fireplaces, whirpool tubs. A Hearty country breakfast is prepared each morning by chef and owner Michael Cardillo. RATES: November-April $135-$145 Midweek and $175-185 Weekends. In Season $175-185 Midweek and $225-$235 Weekends ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Old Mystic Hotel Old Mystic
- The Old Mystic Inn Connecticut