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Mystic Connecticut Articles
Showing 16-30 of 40 Resorts and Lodges
The vintage 1826 Applewood Farms Inn, located on 33 acres in the Mystic/Ledyard area of Connecticut, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Enjoy nature walks, a USGA chipping/putting green or tour the historic Mystic area. Deftly combining the old with the new, Applewood Farms offers charm and comfort.... more
Located in a quaint country setting minutes from downtown Mystic and the famous Mystic drawbridge, The Adams House is surrounded by lush greenery and flower gardens. This charming 1750's era house offers a homey colonial atmosphere year-round.... more
On the tranquil seaside, the 18-guest room Inn at Stonington, offers a charming and romantic accommodation for romantic vacations and more! Spend your days engaging in active activities from kayaking, biking, boating! Or, if you prefer a more casual and relaxing time lay out at the beach, take a stroll to the nearby shops, restaurants and... more
Located in the charming town of Mystic, CT, Mystic Hilton is the perfect choice for your next CT getaway! The convenient location puts you in the heart of all the action! Enjoy staying within close proximity of Bradley International Airport, Mystic Seaport, Old Mystic Village, Foxwood Casino and much more! The modern accommodations are packed with... more
The Old Mystic Inn, built in 1784, is a picturesque country colonial is tucked away in the quiet hamlet of Old Mystic, just minutes north of the more well-known village of Mystic. In addition all the delights of Mystic, the area is popular with cyclists. Local bike trails are five-to-fifty miles long through the bucolic countryside.... more
Captain Grant's was built by Captain William Grant in 1754 and was used during the American Revolution a garrison for soldiers. Situated in a Connecticut Historic District and is on the National Register of Historic Places, this classic Colonial is minutes from area casinos and withing easy driving distance of Mystic.... more
Built in 1793, Heathside Farm offers the charm and hospitality of rural Connecticut over 200 years ago. The Farm boasts seven working fireplaces, original wide Chestnut floors, two massive hearths with beehive ovens, a stocked trout stream, seven pastures, and magnificent stone walls. Centrally located, its is only a short drive to Mystic, the... more
Stonecroft Country Inn is a converted 1807 Sea Captain's estate, which now offers luxurious accommodations featuring cozy fireplaces, handmade tiger maple reproductions and whirlpool tubs. The romantic aura surrounding the property creates the perfect place to rekindle the romance, without the kids around.... more
Brigadoon Bed and Breakfast, a 250 year old restored Victorian farm house just 1.3 miles from downtown Mystic, is a touch of the Highlands on the Connecticut shore. Situated on two acres of lovely, landscaped land, it offers old stone walls, fruit trees, an outdoor eating area and proximity to all the region has to offer.... more
"Homespun" literally means hand made which perfectly describes this colonial farmhouse, tenderly transformed into a warm and inviting bed and breakfast, near Mystic, Foxwoods casino, and many other Connecticut attractions. Homespun Farm is listed as a Certified National Wildlife Federation Backyard Wildlife Habitat with a Master-Gardener in... more
If exceptional dining is a priority, the historic Old Lyme Inn in Connecticut provides elegant, charming lodging and a restaurant that is famous for its outstanding cuisine. Located in Mystic County, the Inn offers convenient access to the shore, the historical sites and shopping for which the area is known.... more