Historic Connecticut Bed and Breakfast Inns

Bolton

1 Jared Cone House
— Bolton, CT 1775
State Register. Read More

Bozrah

2 Fitch Claremont House Bed & Breakfast
— Bozrah, CT 1790

Bristol

3 Chimney Crest Manor
— Bristol, CT 1930
American Clock and Watch Museum (3 blocks), New England Carousel Museum (one-half mile). Read More

Clinton

4 3 Liberty Green B&B
— Clinton, CT 1734
The inn was built in 1734 by John Rosseter. It has the original exposed beams in most rooms and historical charm. Was once a militia muster field and Revolutionary War encampment visited by General... Read More

Coventry

5 The Daniel Rust House
— Coventry, CT 1731
Built in 1731 this former tavern features chestnut floors and original wall paneling. There are 5 original working fireplaces with beehive oven in keeping room. Beautifully restored, keeping all of... Read More

Deep River

6 Riverwind Inn
— Deep River, CT 1854

East Haddam

7 Boardman House Inn
— East Haddam, CT 1860

Essex

8 The Griswold Inn
— Essex, CT 1776
Mystic Seaport and Gillette's Castle are also on the "must see" list. Read More

Glastonbury

9 Butternut Farm
— Glastonbury, CT 1720
10 Connecticut River Valley Inn
— Glastonbury, CT 1740

Greenwich

11 Stanton House Inn
— Greenwich, CT 1900

Haddam

12 Nehemiah Brainerd House B&B
— Haddam, CT 1765

Ivoryton

13 The Copper Beech Inn
— Ivoryton, CT 1887
Connecticut River Museum (4 miles), Goodspeed Opera House (15 miles), Ivoryton Playhouse (1/2 mile), Mystic Seaport (25 miles). Read More
14 Ivoryton Inn
— Ivoryton, CT 1840

Kent

15 Cooper Creek Bed and Breakfast
— Kent, CT 1860

Lakeville

16 A Meadow House
— Lakeville, CT 1840
17 Interlaken Inn
— Lakeville, CT 1892
18 Wake Robin Inn
— Lakeville, CT 1899
Wake Robin Inn opened in 1899 as The Taconic School for girls. Read More

Ledyard

19 Stonecroft Country Inn

— Ledyard, CT 1807
Originally build in 1807 by a sea captain, the house and barn are surrounded by stone walls, green pastures and lush gardens. Read More

Madison

20 Madison Beach Hotel
— Madison, CT 1800
21 Scranton Seahorse Inn
— Madison, CT 1833
22 Tidewater Inn
— Madison, CT 1900
The house was build in 1900 and has served as a private home, a ladies tea house, a rooming house, and finally as a cozy and elegant B&B. Read More

Middlebury

23 Tucker Hill Inn
— Middlebury, CT 1923

Mystic

24 Adams House
— Mystic, CT 1749
25 House Of 1833 Bed & Breakfast
— Mystic, CT 1833
The House of 1833 was built by Elias Brown, an important banker and relative of one of the current innkeepers. Read More
26 Pequot Hotel Bed and Breakfast
— Mystic, CT 1840
Built in 1840 as a stagecoach stop and as a secret meeting place for the Freemasons. Read More
27 Mermaid Inn of Mystic
— Mystic, CT 1843
28 Harbour Inne & Cottage
— Mystic, CT 1898
29 The Whaler's Inn
— Mystic, CT 1910
Our 1865 House, a historic Sea Captain's Home, houses 8 guestrooms and is perfect for a family reunion or friends getaway. The Main Inn was built in 1910. Through the years the first floor has been... Read More

New Canaan

30 Roger Sherman Inn
— New Canaan, CT 1740

New Milford

31 Heritage Inn
— New Milford, CT 1870
Hotel was built as a tobacco warehouse in 1870. Hotel still has original elevator shaft, exposed beams, doors and equipment used when making and storing tobacco for sale. Read More

Niantic

32 The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina
— Niantic, CT 1890

Norfolk

33 Blackberry River Inn
— Norfolk, CT 1763
34 Manor House
— Norfolk, CT 1898
Litchfield County has many museums and historic homes to tour. Read More
35 Mountain View Inn
— Norfolk, CT 1900

Old Mystic

36 The Old Mystic Inn
— Old Mystic, CT 1784

Old Saybrook

37 The Deacon
— Old Saybrook, CT 1746
National Historic Register Inn built in 1746 by Deacon Timothy Pratt, a carpenter and deacon in the 18th-century meeting house across the street. Once used as a private school in late 1700s. Our... Read More

Pawcatuck

38 The Morgan Inn
— Pawcatuck, CT 1928
The inn was a family estate built in 1928 and became an inn in 1961. The inn was named after the Charles W. Morgan, the whaling ship on display at the Mystic Seaport. Read More

Poquetanuck

39 Captain Grant's, 1754 A National Historic Inn
— Poquetanuck, CT 1754
The inn was built by a ship's captain in 1754 and is in a village named in 1687. It is about 90% authentic in structure. The inn was used briefly as a garrison in the Revolutionary War and protected... Read More

Preston

40 Roseledge Country Inn & Farm Shoppe
— Preston, CT 1720

Putnam

41 Whitehaven
— Putnam, CT 1860

Quinebaug

42 Captain Parker's Inn at Quinebaug
— Quinebaug, CT 1887

Ridgefield

43 West Lane Inn
— Ridgefield, CT 1849

Riverton

44 Old Riverton Inn
— Riverton, CT 1796

Simsbury

45 Simsbury 1820 House
— Simsbury, CT 1820
Hillstead Museum (6 miles), Stanley Whitman House (7 miles), Mark Twain House (12 miles), Massocoh Plantation (one-half mile). Read More

Somersville

46 The Old Mill Inn B&B
— Somersville, CT 1860

Stafford Springs

47 An Innkeeper's Place
— Stafford Springs, CT 1778

Stonington

48 Another Second Penny Inn
— Stonington, CT 1710
The house was built in 1710. See our web site for a complete history. Read More
49 Orchard Street Inn
— Stonington, CT 1860

Thompson

50 The Watson Boutique Bed & Breakfast

— Thompson, CT 1767
51 The Cottage House
— Thompson, CT 1814

Tolland

52 Tolland Inn
— Tolland, CT 1790

Wallingford

53 The Wallingford Victorian Inn
— Wallingford, CT 1891

Westbrook

54 Captain Stannard House

— Westbrook, CT 1872
55 Westbrook Inn B&B
— Westbrook, CT 1876
Built in 1876, this Victorian gem has recently been meticulously restored to it's original beauty!. Read More

Westport

56 The Inn at National Hall
— Westport, CT 1873

Wethersfield

57 Chester Bulkley House B&B
— Wethersfield, CT 1830

Woodbury

58 Curtis House
— Woodbury, CT 1754
National Register. Read More

Woodstock

59 B&B at Taylor's Corner
— Woodstock, CT 1731
Built in 1731, prior home to Taylor's School. Read More
60 The Inn at Woodstock Hill
— Woodstock, CT 1826
National Register. Read More