Inns of Mystic Connecticut provide intimate lodgings
When a lodging is called an inn you can usually count on a smaller and more home-like dwelling, with a strong element of graciousness, quiet elegance, and upscale hospitality. Many inns in the Mystic region of eastern Connecticut were built in the 18th and 19th centuries and are furnished with antiques or reproductions that surround visitors with the sense of earlier eras. CT inns highlight their locations and traditions, such at some of the waterfront inns of the Mystic region. Often inns also offer fine dining in quiet, history-rich surroundings.