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Connecticut River Valley Inn
— Glastonbury, CT
Innkeepers Patricia and Wayne are restoring the...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$185 - $250
Butternut Farm
— Glastonbury, CT
This Colonial house sits on two acres of...  Read More
  • 5 room(s)
$95 - $120

Glastonbury Bed and Breakfast Inns

Glastonbury bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Glastonbury, Connecticut bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Glastonbury is unique in that it posseses features of a capital city suburb, yet retains much of its rural character and agricultural heritage. It's strategically located just nine miles from Connecticut's capital city of Hartford. Glastonbury is also the mid-point between Boston (107 miles) and New York City (118 miles) and provides convenient access to major highways and Bradley International Airport. The town's location and outstanding quality of life make Glastonbury a desirable location. While Glastonbury's central location is important, it enjoys some of the best transportation infrastructure in Connecticut. Route 2 has numerous exits in Glastonbury providing easy access to all areas of town. This highway also connects the Hartford region to southeast Connecticut and the Connecticut shoreline. Glastonbury is ideally situated between Interstates 84 and 91, connecting travelers to all parts of Connecticut, New England and New York. Hartford has full service rail facilities including freight transportation and a train station providing passengers with Amtrak service. By Connecticut River Valley Inn.

Plan a stay at a Glastonbury bed and breakfast while visiting this serene and rustic town in Hartford County, Connecticut. Glastonbury is known for its Annual Apple Harvest Festival, held every October, and hosted by the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce. The festival is an opportunity for visitors to see and experience the distinctive characteristics of the town and its people. Glastonbury hosts the Strawberry Moon Festival as well. Visitors to the the town, may also enjoy a ride on the country's oldest ferry service, the Rocky Hills's Glastonbury Ferry. Don't forget to plan a visit to the Belltown Hill Orchards, one of the area's oldest working farms, located just south of the town. Your innkeeper at a Glastonbury bed and breakfast or B&B can also be an excellent source for restaurant recommendations in the area, as Glastonbury boasts excellent dining and cuisine. By Butternut Farm.

The town of Glastonbury, in Hartford County, Connecticut, was established in 1693. Glastonbury sits on the banks of the Connecticut River. Its rolling hills provide a spectacular view of the city of Hartford's skyline. Glastonbury happens to have one of Connecticut's largest forests, the Meshomasic State Forest. This forest provides ample opportunities for hiking, biking, boating, and fishing. There are Glastonbury bed and breakfast inns near the forest as well as in the center of the town itself. Wells-Turner Memorial Library is another interesting spot that should not be missed. By Connecticut River Valley Inn.

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