Covid-19 Statement


Pursuant to Governor Lamont’s Executive Order No. 9C anyone traveling into Connecticut from an Affected State (a state with a positive case rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents, or higher than a 10% positivity rate over a seven (7) day rolling average) is to do one of two things for them to be able to travel & stay in  Connecticut.  The list of states is fluid is updated weekly on Tuesdays.

Self-quarantine: Once you arrive in Connecticut you must self-quarantine for 14 days in a designated self-quarantine location, separate yourself from others, and monitor your health.  You should not enter any public places, including, but not limited to, restaurants, meeting rooms, or gatherings, during the mandatory period of self-quarantine.


Complete the Travel Health Form (http://ct.gov/travelform) and provide a negative result Covid-19 test in the 72 hours prior to arrival in Connecticut to the Inn at Stonington and the Commissioner via email to DPH.COVID-TRAVEL@ct.gov (mailto:DPH.COVID-TRAVEL@ct.gov) or facsimile to (860)326-0529.  Per the State of Connecticut the only acceptable test is the nucleic acid test such as RT-PCR.  Neither rapid antigen tests nor antibody tests for COVID-19 satisfy the testing requirements for the testing exemption.

For more complete information please read more HERE

Any questions please call the Inn at Stonington at 860.535.2000




A Message from Bill

Welcome to the Inn at Stonington!  Our team has worked hard to prepare the inn and to ensure that your stay is comfortable and enjoyable.  I am confident that we can provide a safe and secure environment built on the same warm and hospitable spirit that we have always had here at the inn.  Our housekeeping staff and our concierges have always gone above and beyond to meet the needs of our guests, and we continue to do so in these times of heightened awareness of public health and safety.

Below are some additional measures we have taken to meet the state of Connecticut requirements that allow us to reopen.  Here are some of the things that we are doing a bit differently for now:

  • All employees are required to enter the building wearing a mask, wash their hands, and take their temperature before completing the medical pre-shift questionnaire.

  • Housekeeping staff will not enter guest rooms during your stay.

  • All team members will wear masks.

  • Front desk team will wear gloves when serving food and beverages.

  • Continental breakfast and evening wine and cheese are still included in your stay.

  • Continental breakfast will not be self-serve.

  • Complimentary wine and cheese will be served by a staff member and individual cheese plates will be prepared for each guest or couple.

  • All rooms and common areas will be cleaned with a broad-spectrum disinfectant.

  • The jets for the oversized soaking jacuzzi tubs have been temporarily disabled.

When you are ready to book your stay, please call us.  We look forward to seeing you soon.

Warmest Regards,

For more of the guidelines from the State of Connecticut, please click here


We look forward to your visit

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