The Tea House was perfect, just a few blocks from downtown & yet tucked away on a quiet street with views of the harbor. Although small, it had everything one could desire & was finished to a very high standard. You could not ask for more, unless you do not co-habitat well with your partner as the bedroom is only an alcove off the living space without a door. We would definitely stay here again.
During Stoningtons early heyday as a bustling granite quarrying community, The Teahouse Restaurant commenced serving the hard working population of blasters, stone cutters and quarrymen. As the granite industry waned, and the lobstering trade grew, lobstermen and fisherman were the new patrons of this popular local establishment. Nestled on a cascading hillside bordering Stonington Harbor and capturing spectacular views across Stonington Harbor and beyond, it was only natural that after The Teahouse closed its doors, it was perfectly situated to transform into a small cottage.....and what a transformation!
The new owner has masterfully converted this former small teahouse into a romantic, cozy getaway, considering every detail. Every space is beautifully utilized, where stylish decor mixed with original touches exudes warmth and sophist...