Stayed for a night in the room facing the street. There was considerable traffic noise in the morning, which is likely to disturb light sleepers. The rooms in the back of the inn are priced higher and may reflect the cost of quiet. The inn and room were quite charming, and the innkeepers friendly in a New England sort of way. But the biggest disappointment was the bathroom in our room. The shower head was one of those ultra low flows that hopes to fool you by substituting air and high pressure for water, but the spray felt like needles and was difficult to stay under - and I'm a guy. My wife gave up after 90 seconds. Didn't see the point of putting a 50 cent shower in a $150+ room. Would the proprietors rather have us draw 50 gallons of water for the bath - twice? (Didn't check though to see if the tub worked.) Really left a feeling of being let down.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A stylish Connecticut Inn on the Tolland Town Green. Hot tubs, fireplaces, relaxation in an 1800s bed and breakfast seven miles from the University of Connecticut campus. Perfect for travelers, rendezvous, romantic getaways, wedding nights,Connecticut honeymoons, business travel, and of course UConn lodging. ... more less