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Another Second Penny Inn

Stonington, CT

The Inn at Stonington

Stonington, CT

Orchard Street Inn

Stonington, CT

The Whaler's Inn

4 miles  W Mystic, CT

Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn

9 miles  NW Ledyard, CT

Taber Inne

3 miles  W Mystic, CT

The Morgan Inn

4 miles  NE Pawcatuck, CT

The Old Mystic Inn

5 miles  NW Old Mystic, CT
Farnan House Our records show that this inn is closed.

Stonington, CT
Inn at Lower Farm Our records show that this inn is closed.

7 miles  N North Stonington, CT
Bed and breakfast inns near Stonington

Stonington Bed and Breakfast Inns

Stonington bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Stonington, 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.

If you are looking for a place where there is a rich blend of cultural, historical, recreational and educational activities, nothing will probably outrank Stonington, Connecticut. Visit Stonington, Connecticut and enjoy one of its primary attractions, its untouched village. The town was settled in 1753, The settlers of Stonington Borough built a wharf for farmers to ship goods. The Stone Lighthouse, called the Stonington Harbor Light, built in 1823, was moved at one time to its present location, and operated until 1889. It is now the Old Lighthouse Museum, offers information about Stonington CT's historic ships, the whaling industry and naval battles. Have fun dining at Stonington's top restaurants and pubs. If you feeling Italian, relish your craving at Pizzetta, which specializes in thin crust, gourmet pizzas both in red and white sauces. Stonington's Vanilla Bean Café. offers some of the most hearty sandwiches, homemade soups, baked goodies, and even grilled lunches and dinners. By Another Second Penny Inn.

First settled in 1649, Stonington boasts many historic homes, wonderful restaurants, shops and museums and the last commercial fishing fleet in Connecticut. Stonington Scallops are justifiably famous! Stonington Winery, Old Lighthouse Museum and Captain Nathaniel Brown Palmer House are good sites to see. By Another Second Penny Inn.

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