Contact us toll free at 866-535-9075, locally at 860-535-9075, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"The next morning, after you have slept in a super comfortable four-poster bed, be sure to come down for a scrumptious breakfast prepared by innkeeper/owner Mary Wilska." Bride & Groom Magazine, winter 2005
Our Area & Setting
The Inn, located in Southeastern Connecticut, is easily accessible from the Mystic or Stonington exits of I-95. A beautiful countryside setting and a certified National Wildlife Backyard Habitat, our five acres of land arehome to many species of birds and wildlife. The original picturesque stone walls still divide the property into fields, marsh, and gardens.
The quiet setting of the Inn invites you to relax. Read a book in an Adirondack chair, take a nap in the hammock, or relax on the porch swing while enjoying the pastoral scenery.
Visit the beavers in their pond and see the wild turkeys strutting on the property
A beautifully restored 1740 farmhouse featuring the original wood paneling and wide floor boards, The Inn maintains the colonial period character of the house. In the comfortable Library, sit by the fire with a good book, watch cable TV, or chat with friends while enjoying afternoon tea and cookies.
Relax in your room, with its unique details and comfortable touches, including refurbished original wood floors, hand-painted stenciling on the walls, and a well appointed sitting area.
For the comfort and well-being of our guests, the B&B is a non-smoking facility. The common areas of the Inn are shared with our two cats, Wagner and Dot.
The large open hearth fireplace with a beehive oven is the center of the Keeping Room, where you will be served a full country breakfast. Our breakfast is sure to satisfy the most discerning appetites. We are always happy to accommodate the special dietary needs of our guests.
A typical breakfast includes:
Chilled Fruit Juice
Summer Fruit Salad
Fresh vegetable Frittata
Coffee, Tea, or Hot Chocolate
Featured in the November 2004 issue of Country Extra Magazine.