Tolland, CT was named in 1713 and grew in the post road era around a typical New England town green where our building has stood for 200 years. The Tolland Inn has seven guest rooms and suite, some with fireplace, hot tubs. All of our rooms and suites have private baths, cable television, air conditioning, telephones. The inn is decorated with antiques and fine furniture hand made at the Inn. There are 3 common rooms on the first floor: a formal parlor, dining room, and the sunporch which contains a huge Rumford fireplace for chilly mornings and evenings. Convenient to UCONN , Old Sturbridge Village, Hartford, and antique shopping.
5 on September 22, 2016
Family lives nearby and I stayed here 3 nights to attend a family affair. Rooms were quiet and comfortable. Breakfast was wonderful each day. I would recommend this inn for individuals or couples.
5 on September 08, 2016
A perfect hideaway ! So quiet and serene. Beautiful antique home decorated with artwork from the innkeeper. Only downside is none of the prints are able to be purchased! Breakfast was wonderful as was the conversation shared at the table with innkeepers and guest! Perfect stay - well be back!¿¿¿¿
5 on August 24, 2016
We love it here...S&S are great hosts and the rooms are very nice and unique. We always stay here when we come up from GA!
5 on August 24, 2016
This was our third or fourth stay at the Tolland Inn. We have friends in the area whom we visit every year. It's clean, quiet and impeccably run.
5 on August 21, 2016
We had spent nearly a week on the road moving our son's furnishings from Indiana to Tolland. We had slept in five different beds on consecutive nights. Our night at the Tolland was the most relaxing of our trip, including the night spent in our own bed. Steve and Susan are gracious hosts. Steve let us in early, which allowed us time to freshen up after unpacking the U-haul. The grounds are wonderful. We encourage you to sit out by the pond. Breakfast was fantastic, and our son was able to join us. The Tolland Inn is a special place.
4.8 on August 13, 2016
This was the third or fourth time we had stayed at the Tolland Inn in about five years. The Beechings, who operate the property, are excellent hosts, and they run a first-class inn. The rooms are spotless, the breakfasts are always tasty, and plenty of parking is adjacent to the inn. This can be a good thing in periods of high humidity or heavy rain. They have good WiFi and a first-class cable system, which can be a plus when you're in for the night.
5 on August 12, 2016
Steve is an excellent host and chef. Susan made us feel welcome in their home. We had slept in five different beds (including our own) on five different nights, helping our son move from Indiana to Connecticut. It was the best night's sleep that we had, and the breakfast in the morning and conversation around the table was wonderful. Sitting out in the evening in front of their pond was a joy, too. We will go back.
5 on July 27, 2016
Second time to stay. Super, super hosts, Susan and Stephen. Relaxing. Great breakfast. Area rich with history of First Great Awakening. George Whitefield preached here. Shubal Stearns of Baptist fame from here. Close to UCONN Dairy Bar!
4.0 on July 13, 2016
It's a perfect New England B & B, with great attention to detail, from the furnishings in every room to the sumptuous breakfast. The Innkeepers are cordial and helpful without being intrusive. We couldn't recommend it more highly.
3.8 on July 06, 2016
Ample parking. Nice period room. Small shower but a nice hot tub. Pleasant breakfast atmosphere. Nice meal.
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.)
Take Exit 68 off I 84. Go north on Route 195. Go about one half mile to stop sign and look for driveway markers OUT and INN ahead on your left.
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, CD player, Computer, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Radio, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wired internet
Stephen and Susan Beeching
Susan is a Nantucket native and third generation innkeeper. She currently teaches second grade and supervises the Inn. Stephen is a designer and builder of fine furniture who keeps shop at the Inn. He is responsible for the hand-tooled raised paneling and coffered ceiling of the sunporch, and has many pieces in homes across the country and overseas, plus the design of the T-shirts and mugs, right down to the tissue holders in the bathrooms.