My boyfriend and I just came back from a 2 night stay at this quaint little B&B. it's a charming home and the innkeepers Sandra and Jim are wonderful! They are very hospitable and welcoming. The breakfasts were very good and served on fine china....we had the B&B to ourselves so it was really nice. We stayed in the Russell suite. Both the Noyes and Denison rooms were very nice as we were able to look them over as well. Our room had all the natural wood with the slanted floors and creaks of a home over 300 years old. The decor is nice....if you are looking for an upscale room this is not the place to stay. It is an old home and preserved to maintain the history of the home, the fireplace is great and the claw foot jetted tub is newer but made to fit in with the rest of the decor. Because the walls are not insulated you can hear people talking below but it didn't bother us. Make sure you also check out the horses in the back....these folks are animal lovers and the cat Hobo, and dog Kelly greet you when you arrive. They are gracious as well.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you have two pennies, with the first buy bread and with the second buy hyacinths for your soul. Our 1710 colonial home offers three spacious guestrooms in a quiet country setting near the heart of Mystic. Enjoy the warm elegance of 300 years of history; our 5-course breakfast has been voted "Best in New England". Shops and restaurants of historic Mystic, Stonington Borough, the Aquarium, and Mystic Seaport are a five minute drive away. AAA 3 Diamonds. ... more less