A great B$B in a great location just minutes from downtown Mystic. Quietly situated on the harbor- side, where you can sit in the gazebo. Complimentary muffins and coffee at breakfast. Claude the Innkeeper is a friendly character.
This is a great hotel choice for Ferni and I, especially if we decide "spur-of-the-moment" to take a road trip to either one of the Casinos or if we want to get a "head-start" to trips further north. It is conventiently located off exit 83 South of I-95 near all the attractions to Mystic as well and you don't have to wander too far off the highway for a night's rest.
The hotel is located in a "shopping center" and the rooms have all the amenities that we've grown accustomed to having as its an "all-suite" hotel with high speed internet and free wi-fi as well as free breakfast, comfy beds, a small kitchen and a really nice size bathroom. There is also a living area where you can sit and watch some tv and parking is free.
Whenever we can score a good rate (less than $89 a night) we will always choose this hotel over others in the area.
The rooms are all suite which include a living area with a sofa and tv, nice king (or during our last stay, 2 queens beds), kitchenette with a table for two, refrig, sink, coffee maker (with free coffee), desk with high speed internet or free wi-fi and free breakfast every morning.
We were pleasantly surprised with our one night stay at the Old Mystic Inn. The rooms are sizeable, and wonderfully decorated. Each room has a different American Author as its theme. We stayed in the Twain Room and loved it. There are chairs out front with a little table, perfect for popping open some champagne!
The Inn is in Old Mystic, almost in Groton, but still just a ten minute drive from all the Old Mystic Sites and downtown Mystic as well. Plenty of parking is available.
We appreciated Michael's helpful suggestions for dinner and for sightseeing. He was friendly and available, but not overbearing.
The breakfast Michael made was AMAZING. He really is an artist with eggs and toast and fruit. We have several items on our plates including strawberries, muffins, eggs, and even a dollop of whipped cream. It looked like a lot, but somehow we both cleaned our plates. Great coffee too!
Michael provides a small refrigerator with complimentary water and soda for guests. There are two common spaces with a television and games and reading materials. The guest rooms don't have televisions (which I liked!), but they do have stoves for cozy winter evenings. We're thinking about returning in the winter.
There are private berths but them not too big. Many choose to stay in the Great Room, which is below decks, and doubles as the mess. Curtains seperate the bunks and it's not too bad if you don't mind the occational snore from across the way. Bigger than many hostels sleepin' quarters, you don't feel penned up.
The seas will rock you to sleep, and a better nights rest yea've never had.
The rates vary between weekday and weekend. When I was here on a weekday, I spent $95 a night, which is not bad for this area. In 2002, I came to Mystic on a weekend. They wanted $180 a night. That was too much.
A charming motor inn with a restaurant and Indoor Pool. The rooms here were quite spacious. I enjoyed my stay here.
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