My husband and I spent the weekend at this bed & breakfast. It was two blocks from the cute little main street shopping area with all the stores, restaurants, and the drawbridge so we walked the entire time. When we arrived, the inn smelled delicious and they served us amazing fresh baked cookies. We had the blue room upstairs. It was roomy and quaint with LOTS of character. The bathroom has murals painted of ...you guessed it... mermaids. The bed was fine and there was a stocked fridge in the room with no charge. Breakfast was incredible both mornings -- several courses. One morning we had eggs benedict with crab and another morning we had omelettes. They also served us homemade granola that was amazing and we ate way too much. This Inn really made our little Mystic weekend getaway a true treat.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 1843 Victorian Italianate in Historic Downtown Mystic.Short walk to everything. Lovely porches, gazebo, and grounds to sit and relax. During warm months enjoy your three course breakfast outside on the gazebo. Fresh baked goods, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and sherry are always available in the dining room. Guests are welcome to the baby grand piano and large selection of movies. Cozy, well appointed rooms offer private baths, robes, chocolates, fridge with water and soft drinks, and flat screen TV with DVD player. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Mermaid Hotel Mystic