Excellent and charming hotel with a great location and thoughtful staff. Our experience was perfect and on top of that the owner gave us some excellent recommendations on our trip to Maine! Overall, we would go back in a second and would recommend this hotel to our friends.
My husband and I stayed at this perfect inn for a week in peak summer season and loved everything about it. The staff are helpful and friendly. The rooms are pristine, pretty and comfortable. The bathrooms are up to date. It is remarkably quiet. Views are gorgeous. Breakfast is amazingly plentiful (I have no idea what that one reviewer was complaining about! Fresh pastries and breads everyday, yogurt, fresh fruit and juice, hardboiled eggs...included as "continental" breakfast!!). Everything is spic and span. The town itself is attractive and walkable, with nice, non-touristy shops and good restaurants. All in all I could happily spend the entire summer at this inn!
My husband and I stayed for two nights at beginning of August to celebrate our anniversary. We stayed in room 8 on second floor (note: no elevator, second floor rooms) and it was lovely. The ice machine was right outside our door and water refill at end of hall. Inn was very quiet and common areas lovely, quiet, and relaxing. Bed was very comfortable, as were sheets, towels, etc. We enjoyed the wine and cheese hour as well as the breakfast: pastries, bagels, fruit, hard boiled eggs. We ate our breakfast on deck overlooking the harbor and it was peaceful and relaxing. Staff were very friendly and helpful: offered to make lunch reservations, offer parking advice, refrigerated our anniversary cake and champagne...and very pleasant chit chat. The Dubois beach is down the street and Mystic is ten minute ride away. Overall my husband and I had three very peaceful, relaxing, and enjoyable days. We would return and recommend to others.…
Spent several days over the July 4 week-end when hotel was full. But it was almost as if we were the only patrons there. No noise heard from patrons above or on the side and the room was very tastefully and elegantly done complete with couch and chairs. Personnel were very friendly and helpful, just what you want in a class operation. This is a lovely town with the Inn reflecting all the positive and beautiful aspects of Stonington. It was a memorable and relaxing stay.
We stayed for a week in room 11. What a wonderful stay! They were very accommodating with my allergies and prepared a special fruit plate for me every day. Including one for when we had to catch the ferry very early. The room was spectacular with an incredible view of the harbor and even fireworks on the 4th! We inquired about celebrations there and we're pleased to discover they had a parade! They had colonial garb and the whole parade had a quaint small town feel to it. Definitely a beautiful colonial town. Fit the bill for a Hallmark moment. We walked down to the Lighthouse and Dubois beach and watched the boats sail by. Very peaceful relaxing place to get away from it all.
My wife & I took a couple of days to get away for our 51st anniversary. We travelled down to Stonington, CT and stayed at the Inn at Stonington. We had a wonderful two days. The staff were awesome. They could not have been more accommodating. Room #3 was so convenient on the first floor with a king size bed and balcony off the bedroom looking at the water. The buffet breakfast was delicious and plentiful. Plenty of fruit choices to go along with scrumptious pastry choices, yogurt, cereal. Coffee was also a great wake me up. A great start to our day!
This was a bit of splurge for my wife and I, but are so pleased that we booked this Inn to stay at in Stonington. We're also deeply grateful that we chose to stay in Stonington instead of Mystic. This bed and breakfast is just like the town, friendly, quiet, and historical. We loved the room, the wine and cheese in the evening, and the breakfast the next morning. We journeyed to the beach for a bit and they had a trove of towels and chairs for us to use. The service was top-notch and everything was perfect. This was one of the best places we've ever stayed at, so much so that we didn't want to leave and we had Paul McCartney tickets the next day.
Long overdue review. We were fortunate to stay here in January when it was frigid cold, snowy, and super quiet. The inn is beautiful and cozy. With all the COVID restrictions, and the fact that we had not been away at all, this fit the bill. So clean, so careful with everything. Table set up for the breakfast so you could have space on your own. The town is very quaint, and probably crazy busy during high season. We still walked around and went to some local eateries. The staff at the inn are phenomenal. They want you to be happy! There are a lot of rooms, but you don't really notice that. It is quiet and unhurried. Our room was spacious, and spotless. We arrived on a brutally cold day and were greeted very warmly. Will definitely book again.
The staff and room were excellent. The staff really makes this a true five-star inn. We were in room #7 and which has a great view and we really appreciated the decor. The continental breakfast was also excellent. My wife said their croissants were the best she'd had outside of Paris. Throw in the location and it is hard to beat. If there is anything negative, it would be that we did notice that some of the upholstered furniture was looking a little worn and likely ready for replacing. WHO CARES! It was great!
Our stay at the Inn at Stonington exceeded our expectations. The place is lovely and our room was spacious and very comfortable with a lovely view of the harbor. The continental breakfast had a lot of variety with fresh-baked pastries, fruits, cereals and yogurt. All of the staff were warm and very helpful. The town is very pretty with several good restaurants within a few blocks. We highly recommend this place.