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Connecticut

Connecticut is located in the northeastern United States. The state is made up of hills, lakes, rivers, and forests, including 110 state parks and 32 state forests.[9] Cities within the state include Hartford, Waterbury, Bridgeport, New London, Stamford, Danbury, Manchester, and New Haven.[3] Temperatures in the state have an average high of 72 degrees Fahrenheit in July and an average low of 26 degrees Fahrenheit in January. The amount of precipitation that Connecticut receives varies from year to year, but the average amount of snow along the coast is between 30 and 35 inches.[5] Attractions in Connecticut include Gillette Castle, the homes of Mark Twain and Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mystic Seaport, the Branford Trolley Museum, and Mystic Aquarium.[7] Other attractions are Lake Compounce, the New England Air Museum, the Roseland Cottage, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum, and Research Center, and Yale University Museums.[4]

What Connecticut is known for

Connecticut, also referred to as the "Constitution State," is located in the New England region of the United States of America. It is the third smallest state and the fourth most densely populated of the fifty states.[3] The state obtained its statehood in January of 1788 and was the fifth state to join the union. The state's capital is the city of Hartford, while the state is made up of eight counties, including 169 towns, nine boroughs, and 21 cities. Connecticut is named after the Connecticut River, which flows through the center of the state. The first settlers that arrived in the state were Dutchmen, who were mostly fur traders. Connecticut is nicknamed the "Constitution State" because The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut, a series of orders that explained the government of Connecticut's river towns, acted as a model for the U.S. Constitution.[1] 

The state of Connecticut earns around $4 billion a year from the tourists that come to visit the state, specifically the Long Island Sound Shoreline, Connecticut River Valley, and the Litchfield Hills. Some of the most popular attractions in the state are Mystic Seaport and the Mystic Aquarium, along with Gillette Castle, the Branford Trolley Museum, and the homes of Harriet Beecher Stowe and Mark Twain, which are located in Hartford.[7] Other attractions within Connecticut include Yale University Museums, Lake Compounce, the Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center, the New England Air Museum, and the Roseland Cottage.[4]

Connecticut's economy is mainly driven by manufacturing, but farming and agriculture are also important to the state's growth. Inventions such as sewing machines, cylindrical clocks, submarines, lollipops, and mechanical calculators were all created in Connecticut. The state is also known to be a forerunner when it comes to technical fields such as electronics, metalworking, and plastics. Connecticut acts as a home to multiple worldwide organizations such as G.E., G.T.E., Union Carbide, Xerox, Uniroyal, and Champion International. Additionally, there are around 106 insurance companies are based in Connecticut. In the farming industry, The most important crops for the state are dairy, forest and nursery, poultry, vegetables, fruit, and tobacco.[8] 

Geography

Connecticut is located in the northeastern part of the United States of America. The state is small compared to others and has an overall rectangular shape. Cities within the state include New Haven, Hartford, Manchester, Waterbury, Danbury, Bridgeport, Stamford, and New London. The topography of Connecticut is primarily flat with small hills, lakes, rivers, and forests. The state is home to 110 state parks and 32 state forests. These locations also have museums and nature centers that tourists can visit.[9] 

The flora of Connecticut includes ghost pipes, garlic mustard, American pokeweed, yellow trout lilies, American beeches, and tulip trees. Mammals and amphibians that live within the state consist of bobcats, white-tailed deer, red foxes, common raccoons, coyotes, groundhogs, striped skunks, gray foxes, bats, squirrels, harbor seals, North American river otters, frogs, and salamanders.[6] 

Typically, Connecticut receives warm, humid summers and cold, snowy winters. The weather varies throughout the year with the annual average temperature being 49 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperatures drop as low as 26 degrees Fahrenheit in January and get as high as 72 degrees Fahrenheit in July. Temperatures above 90 degrees Fahrenheit are infrequent and only occur, on average, eleven days a year in Hartford, eight days in Falls Village, and two days in New Haven. Extreme cold temperatures are even rarer, occurring 1.5 days in Hartford, 7.5 days in Falls Village, and 0.3 days in New Haven, on average. Precipitation varies from year to year with the most amount of precipitation from 2007 to 2011, while the lowest amount of precipitation was from 1962 to 1966. In the winter, the average amount of snow along the coast is between 30 and 35 inches and gets to be around 50 inches in the Northwest Hills.[5]

History

Connecticut was first explored by the Dutch, who founded trading posts; however, the first permanent settlements were built by the English Puritans who had come from Massachusetts. These permanent settlements were built starting in 1633. When Connecticut was first created, the state had a great measure of political independence. Fundamental Orders were proclaimed in 1639, and these orders were the principle of a government controlled by the will of the people. The Fundamental Orders are likely the first written Constitution of a democratic government. For that reason, the state of Connecticut is nicknamed "The Constitution State."[2] 

For a time, farming and agriculture drove the economy in Connecticut. However, because the land was limited, the people turned to the manufacturing business. During the Revolutionary War, Connecticut sent out many of its residents to fight in the war. The soldiers from Connecticut were stationed mainly on the battle line from Quebec to Carolina. Multiple generals lead Connecticut soldiers, including General Israel Putnam.[2] 

Connecticut is also known as "The Provision State" because of the supplies that were contributed to the armies, specifically George Washington's army. Gov. Jonathan Trumbull was the acting governor at the time, and he was the one who gave supplies to the military. Trumbull was the only Colonial governor to support America's independence from Great Britain.[2] From 1703 to 1875, Connecticut had two capitals, which were located in Hartford and New Haven. The General Assembly alternatively met in the two capitals for a time before Hartford became the only capital of Connecticut. Connecticut became the fifth state in the United States after ratifying the U.S. Constitution on January 9, 1788.[3] 

Over the years, Connecticut has continued supplying military armies with supplies during times of war. These times include the Civil War, World War I, and World War II. During the Civil War, the state outfitted 55,000 men who were formed into thirty entire regiments of infantry, two of which were in the U.S. Colored Troops. Several Connecticut men became generals in the war. During World War I, Connecticut supplied both the U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy. World War II helped to lift Connecticut from the Great Depression, and the state ended up supplying armies with weapons and other supplies manufactured in the state. Connecticut manufactured 4.1% of the total U.S. military armaments that were produced during the war.[3]

In the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, 65 Connecticut residents were killed. Most of them were Fairfield County residents who were working in the World Trade Center. In 2011 and 2012, Connecticut was hit by three major storms in just over 14 months. All three storms caused extensive property damage, along with electric outages. Hurricane Irene struck Connecticut on August 28, 2011. The damage the hurricane caused totaled up to be $235 million. Two months later, a large amount of snow was dropped onto trees, breaking branches and trunks and damaging power lines. Because of the damaged power lines, some areas of Connecticut went without electricity for upwards of 11 days. Hurricane Sandy struck Connecticut on October 29, 2012. The winds from the hurricane cut off power to 98% of the homes and businesses in the state and caused more than $360 million in damage.[3]

Top Bed and Breakfasts in Connecticut, United States

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#1

Westbrook Inn Bed and Breakfast

Westbrook, Connecticut
4.9 (179 Reviews)

#2

Legends on the Farmington

Barkhamsted, Connecticut
4.8 (30 Reviews)

Legends on the Farmington is a lodge that can be found on the edge of the Farmington River in the city of Barkhamsted, Connecticut. The lodge is open year-round and offers a total of six rooms, which occupy two of the three floors in the building. Due to the fact that Legends on the Farmington is within short walking distance from the Farmington River, fishing, especially fly fishing, are popular activities in which guests can take part. Additionally, patrons are able to hire one of several guides to go with them, whether that's to teach them the basics, or to show them local tips and tricks about the area.

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#3

Scranton Seahorse Inn

Madison, Connecticut
4.75 (114 Reviews)

Scranton Seahorse Inn is a place of lodging that is located near the edge of the ocean in Madison, Connecticut. The property is open year-round and offers eight units for reservations. Two of these rooms are pet-friendly. The property is located near the center of town, making many of the attractions and restaurants in the city, as well as the beach, within walking distance. The house was constructed in the early 1800s and was home to Sereno Scranton, who became a state legislature for Connecticut. Breakfast is served every morning by Mike, the owner, who has experience as a pastry chef. Mike offers cooking lessons to those that would like, whether they have a reservation at Scranton Seahorse Inn or not, though priority goes to those who are staying at the inn. The peak season for the property tends to be between May 1st and November 1st.

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#4

Thimble Islands Bed and Breakfast

Branford, Connecticut
4.7 (10 Reviews)

Thimble Island Bed and Breakfast is located in a small village named Stoney Creek within Connecticut. Specifically, the property rests on the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, offering views of the bay and the Thimble Islands. The breakfast at the inn has been praised in a number of guest reviews as one of the most distinctive features of the property. Thimble Islands Bed and Breakfast is owned and operated by Julie and Tony Broom, who purchased the building in 2011. There are many tours and water-based activities nearby, including the use of sailboats, paragliders, and kayaks.

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#5

Lini Holding LLC/ James Pharmacy

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
4.6 (27 Reviews)

#6

House of 1833 Bed and Breakfast Resort

Mystic, Connecticut
4.55 (319 Reviews)

#7

Roseledge Country Inn and Farm Shop

Preston, Connecticut
4.5 (25 Reviews)

#8

Old Lyme Inn

Old Lyme, Connecticut
4.2 (375 Reviews)

#9

Bushnell House Inn

Westbrook, Connecticut
4 (4 Reviews)

#10

Captain Grant's 1754

Poquetanuck, Connecticut
3.5 (4 Reviews)

#11

The Bevin House Bed & Breakfast

East Hampton, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

The Bevin House Bed and Breakfast have been a part of the hospitality industry for seven years. The home has had different owners since being built in the late 1800s. The house has three floors, with the five guest rooms available for reservation on the top two floors. Outside of the home, one can find a swimming pool as well. Depending on the weather, breakfast can be served on the outside deck or in the dining room. The home is located in East Hampton, Connecticut, in a residential area. Neighbors are located on both sides of the building, with the back side of the premises being backed up to a forested area. Dean Brown, the owner strives to create an enjoyable experience for their patron and accommodate to their needs.

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#12

Wake Robin Inn

Lakeville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#13

The Daniel Rust House Bed and Breakfast

Coventry, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

Located in Coventry, Connecticut is The Daniel Rust House Bed and Breakfast. Built in the 1700s, the property has four rooms available year-round for guests. Three of the rooms are located on the second story of the home, and the fourth room is adjacent to the home and has a private entrance. The Maybell Cottage was converted from its original use as a chicken coop into a "studio-type" guest room with a kitchenette, a king bed that can be converted into two twin beds if needed, and a television. All of the rooms are named after people connected to the history of the home, mainly members of the family that formerly lived in the home, with the exception of Mary Rose that was named after the first innkeeper of the property. The business is located two hours from New York and an hour and a half from Boston, Massachusetts. 

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#14

Whitehaven

Putnam, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#15

Wake Robin Inn

Lakeville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#16

Steamboat Inn

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#17

Lily House Bed and Breakfast

Suffield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#18

Silvermine Tavern

Norwalk, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#19

West Lane Inn

Ridgefield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#20

Hilltop Haven Bed and Breakfast

West Cornwall, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#21

Tidewater Inn Bed and Breakfast

Madison, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#22

Angel's Watch Inn Bed and Breakfast

Westbrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#23

Fourteen Lincoln Street Bed and Breakfast

Niantic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#24

The Inn at Harbor Hill Marina

Niantic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#25

The Stanton House Inn

Greenwich, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#26

Harbour Inne & Cottage

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#27

High Acres Bed and Breakfast

North Stonington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#28

Oden House

New Haven, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

The Oden House is a multi-purpose house located in New Haven, Connecticut, just a one-minute drive from Yale University. New Haven was one of the first cities that was planned in America. The three story Georgian style home has eight rooms available to rent. Each room has their own private bathroom and some rooms can sleep up to six people. A continental breakfast is served daily and there are many cafes and locally owned restaurants within walking distance of the property. The Oden House is not open during the Christmas season as the nearby school campus' are closed during this time.

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#29

The Inn at Ocean Avenue

New London, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#30

Taber Inne and Suites

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#31

A Cardinal House

Glastonbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#32

Captain Stannard House

Westbrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#33

3 Liberty Green Bed and Breakfast

Clinton, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#34

The Inn at Lafayette

Madison, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#35

Norwalk Inn

Norwalk, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#36

Winvian Farm

Morris, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#37

green ROCKS inn

Ridgefield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#38

Spencer on Main Bed and Breakfast

Suffield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#39

Truman Gillet House Bed and Breakfast

Granby, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#40

Lord Thompson Manor

Thompson, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#41

The Mansion at Bald Hill

South Woodstock, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#42

Old Riverton Inn

Riverton, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#43

The Brass Eagle Bed and Breakfast

Winsted, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#44

Mountain View Inn

Norfolk, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#45

Heritage Motor Inn

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#46

Linden Point House

Branford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#47

Inn at Lower Farm Bed and Breakfast

North Stonington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#48

Silas W. Robbins Bed and Breakfast

Wethersfield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#49

Chester Bulkley House Bed and Breakfast

Wethersfield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#50

Adams House

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#51

Niantic Inn

Niantic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#52

Brigadoon Bed & Breakfast of Mystic

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#53

The Inn at White Hollow Farm

Lime Rock, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#54

Welcome Inn Bed and Breakfast

Westbrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#55

The Cottage House

Thompson, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#56

Yankee Pedlar Inn

Torrington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#57

Linden House

Weatogue, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#58

Orchard Street Inn

Stonington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#59

Feather Hill Bed and Breakfast Inc

Pomfret Center, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#60

Gwyn Careg Inn

Pomfret Center, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#61

Simsbury 1820 House

Simsbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#62

Dana Holcombe House

Newtown, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#63

Kirkland House Bed and Breakfast

New London, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#64

Beech Tree Cottages

Madison, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#65

Iron Masters Motor Inn

Lakeville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#66

Tollgate Hill Inn

Litchfield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#67

Bed and Breakfast At Bartlett Farm

Guilford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#68

Nehemiah Brainerd House Bed and Breakfast

Haddam, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#69

The Inn at Fairfield Beach

Fairfield, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#70

Daniel Rust House

Coventry, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#71

Locust Tree Bed and Breakfast

Canaan, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#72

Owenego Inn

Branford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#73

Stony Hill Inn

Bethel, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#74

The Evergreen Inn Bed and Breakfast

Southbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#75

Chapin Park Bed and Breakfast

New Hartford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#76

Bella Alpacas a Farm and Bed and Breakfast

New Milford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#77

Almost in Mystic Mare's Inn Bed and Breakfast

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#78

Pequot Hotel Bed and Breakfast

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#79

Sound Reach Bed and Breakfast

Guildford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#80

Saybrook Point Inn and Spa

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#81

Fitch Claremont Vineyard BnB

Bozrah, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#82

7C Herb Garden Bed and Breakfast

New Preston, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#83

Hidden Valley Bed and Breakfast

Washington Depot, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#84

A Meadow House

Lakeville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#85

Captain Josiah Cowles Place

Plantsville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#86

The White Hart Inn

Salisbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#87

The Orange Gild Bed and Breakfast and Spa

Washington,, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#88

Spicer Mansion

Mystic, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#89

James Pharmacy Bed and Breakfast

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#90

Truman Gillet House B&B

Granby, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#91

O gawa shou B&B

Barkhamsted, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#92

Woodstock Sustainable Farms

Woodstock, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#93

Hawk’s Nest Beach

Old Lyme, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#94

A Horse Tale Farm Bed & Breakfast

Canaan, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#95

Barbara Ardizones B & B

Salisbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#96

Bell Tower B&B

Wallingford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#97

Commodore Hull B&B and Outdoor Treks

0 (0 Reviews)

#98

Green Acres B&B

Simsbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#99

Henrietta House Bed and Breakfast

Ashford, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#100

Heavitree Bed & Breakfast, Griswold, CT

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#101

Inverness Bed & Breakfast

Cornwall, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#102

Locust Tree Bed & Breakfast

Cornwall, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#103

Mary Stuart House Bed & Breakfast

Goshen, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#104

Phoenix Nest B&B

Coventry, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#105

Sassafras Bed and Breakfast

Salisbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#106

Small Boutique Hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, Luxury Holiday Homes ...

Berlin, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#107

Abbeycourt Bed And Breakfast/Accommodation/B & B Westport Co ...

Westport, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#108

Bed and Breakfast in Norwich, VT | The Partridge House (802) 649 ...

Norwich, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#109

The Earl Grey Bed & Breakfast

Salisbury, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#110

Stone Arches Bed and Breakfast, LLC

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#111

The Kelsey House Bed & Breakfast

Ansonia, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#112

Torringford Manor B & B

Torrington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#113

The Spirit Of 76 House B&B

Chester, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#114

The Windemere Bed & Breakfast

Watertown, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#115

The Watson Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Thompson, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#116

Inn At Iron Masters

Lakeville, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#117

Manchester Inn & Suites

Manchester, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#118

The Cozy Inn of Connecticut

0 (0 Reviews)

#119

Popple View B & B

Washington, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#120

A Victorian Village Inn

Clinton, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#121

American Inn

Durham, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#122

The Inn on Storrs

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#123

Cosull Lodge LLC

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#124

B&B at Taylor's Corner

Woodstock, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#125

Inn at Middletown

Middletown, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#126

Constitution Oak Farm

0 (0 Reviews)

#127

West Haven Connecticut Rooms

West Haven, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#128

GreenWorks at White Hollow

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#129

Sheffield 1802 House

Canaan, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

#130

Wedgeway Bed and Breakfast

Andover, Connecticut
0 (0 Reviews)

Top 10 Bed and Breakfasts in Connecticut, United States
#1

Westbrook Inn Bed and Breakfast

Westbrook, Connecticut
4.9 (179 Reviews)

#2

Legends on the Farmington

Barkhamsted, Connecticut
4.8 (30 Reviews)

Legends on the Farmington is a lodge that can be found on the edge of the Farmington River in the city of Barkhamsted, Connecticut. The lodge is open year-round and offers a total of six rooms, which occupy two of the three floors in the building. Due to the fact that Legends on the Farmington is within short walking distance from the Farmington River, fishing, especially fly fishing, are popular activities in which guests can take part. Additionally, patrons are able to hire one of several guides to go with them, whether that's to teach them the basics, or to show them local tips and tricks about the area.

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#3

Scranton Seahorse Inn

Madison, Connecticut
4.75 (114 Reviews)

Scranton Seahorse Inn is a place of lodging that is located near the edge of the ocean in Madison, Connecticut. The property is open year-round and offers eight units for reservations. Two of these rooms are pet-friendly. The property is located near the center of town, making many of the attractions and restaurants in the city, as well as the beach, within walking distance. The house was constructed in the early 1800s and was home to Sereno Scranton, who became a state legislature for Connecticut. Breakfast is served every morning by Mike, the owner, who has experience as a pastry chef. Mike offers cooking lessons to those that would like, whether they have a reservation at Scranton Seahorse Inn or not, though priority goes to those who are staying at the inn. The peak season for the property tends to be between May 1st and November 1st.

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#4

Thimble Islands Bed and Breakfast

Branford, Connecticut
4.7 (10 Reviews)

Thimble Island Bed and Breakfast is located in a small village named Stoney Creek within Connecticut. Specifically, the property rests on the shoreline of the Atlantic Ocean, offering views of the bay and the Thimble Islands. The breakfast at the inn has been praised in a number of guest reviews as one of the most distinctive features of the property. Thimble Islands Bed and Breakfast is owned and operated by Julie and Tony Broom, who purchased the building in 2011. There are many tours and water-based activities nearby, including the use of sailboats, paragliders, and kayaks.

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#5

Lini Holding LLC/ James Pharmacy

Old Saybrook, Connecticut
4.6 (27 Reviews)

#6

House of 1833 Bed and Breakfast Resort

Mystic, Connecticut
4.55 (319 Reviews)

#7

Roseledge Country Inn and Farm Shop

Preston, Connecticut
4.5 (25 Reviews)

#8

Old Lyme Inn

Old Lyme, Connecticut
4.2 (375 Reviews)

#9

Bushnell House Inn

Westbrook, Connecticut
4 (4 Reviews)

#10

Captain Grant's 1754

Poquetanuck, Connecticut
3.5 (4 Reviews)