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111 Route 2A, Poquetanuck, CT 06365-8539, USA    
 
 
Innkeeper/s:

Ted Matsumoto, Carol Matsumoto

Description

Circa 1754. Surrounded by rolling hills and cornfields with stone walls in an historic village, this three-story New England Gambrel Colonial sits on more than one acre of lush landscaping with grass, flowers and...


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Four day stay in the country

The property is very charming and has some historical beauty and interest. The owners were very pleasant and accommodating. The cleanliness and repair were lacking unfortunately. There were cobwebs in our room(The Adelaide)and loose faucet handles. The breakfasts were lovely though.
Eileen E

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Always a wonderfull time!!!

Another great Stay. My husband and I stay here frequently as we live in the region. Our favorite room is Adelaide. We have always found this room to be very clean and enjoyable. Our last stay was in the Elizabeth room which was also very wonderful. Breakfast and the new pool room are the best. The Innkeepers make you feel like family. Can't wait for our next stay!!!
Holly Blake
Quaker Hill,

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BOTTOM LINE: I would stay here again.
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InnSide Tip - fireplace in Adelaide
If you like it cooler when you sleep... keep the fireplace turned low.
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Great experience

What a wonderful place. My husband and I traveled from North Dakaota and feel we made a great choice by picking Captain Grants as our place to stay. The location and hospitality were unbeatable. We would love to stay there again, but maybe longer than three days next time.
Marie A
Grand Forks, ND

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Gorgeous

We had a beautiful weekend. The house is gorgeous and well-decorated and feels very homey. It's very affordable, and you get so much value for your money. The breakfast is a real homemade breakfast, and it's always delicious, and certain beverages and alcohol are free all day. Ted and Carol are so wonderful and they're incredibly helpful. We always looked forward to returning at the end of the day!
Teri Madonna

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InnSide Tip - If staying in the Marie
There's a little bit of noise from the room above if anyone is staying there. Not terrible though.
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75% would stay again
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Publicity and Press Reviews

Maxim Magazine Best Romantic Inn, USA Today one of ten best for Halloween, Boston Globe place to visit in October, bannered by MSNBC.com as a recommended place to stay, Netscape and Compuserve Top Best Buy in a B&B, HGTV, Canadian radio stations live interviews, recommended as a place to come and visit in October for Canadians.


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