Blending history with luxury, The Inn at Stonington offers an escape from the everyday with a combination of style, comfort and modern amenities.
The Inn at Stonington is a beautifully appointed 18-room inn located in Stonington Borough, Connecticut, a village rich in New England history. Set along the waterfront, we are a short stroll from a host of award-winning restaurants, shops and galleries – all within walking distance from our beautiful Stonington, Connecticut Inn. The Inn at Stonington is also the unique location for off-site business meetings and Executive retreats. Area attractions include historic downtown Mystic, Mystic Seaport, Mystic Aquarium, beautiful Watch Hill and Rhode Island beaches.
Unique and Beautiful Guest Rooms
The tasteful décor of our 18 individually decorated rooms gives an inviting atmosphere with fine linens, private balconies and views of the Village and Fishers Island Sound. Most rooms have gas fireplaces and a spacious bathroom with over sized soaking jacuzzi tubs. The natural stone tiles create a spa like atmosphere. Our friendly, professional staff are available at all hours. We serve a continental style breakfast which includes freshly baked treats, fruit, yogurt, cereals, coffee, tea and juice. Every evening, we host a complimentary wine and cheese reception served in an elegant first floor sitting room overlooking the water.
A Special Location
The Inn is located in the heart of Stonington Borough, an early American village that blends history with modern-day luxury. Untouched by commercialism, the village is one of a handful of New England harbor side towns that has retained its 17th and 18th century charm. As the home of Connecticut’s last surviving fishing fleet, Stonington lobstermen, fishermen and yachtsmen can be seen sailing by the Inn at Stonington from sunrise to sunset. Most recently, Stonington Borough and the Inn were used as the backdrop for the Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones’s movie “Hope Springs.” The Inn at Stonington is indisputably one of the most romantic inns in Connecticut.