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.
4.4 on July 21, 2014
The Tolland Inn is more than just a pleasant place to stay on your way to or from somewhere else. It is a delightful experience in itself. The owners are very welcoming and have created a warm environment that makes you feel immediately at ease. A great deal of love, creativity, time and thought has gone into this house. I will definitely revisit and have no hesitation in recommending it to others.
5 on July 07, 2014
We only stayed one night but we'll defiantly be back again.
3.4 on June 24, 2014
We used this nice inn as a place to spend the night halfway between Maryland and Maine. It was easy to find, quite charming and historic, right on the Green in the town, with lovely grounds, friendly hosts, delicious breakfast, near a lot of nice restaurants.
4.8 on June 10, 2014
The hosts, Sue & Steve, have been at this B&B for 20+ years and have it down as to what constitutes a great place to stay. Rooms are clean, thoughtfully decorated, breakfasts are excellent- portions are perfect, not too much, not too little. The 1790's main building adds the right feel. Definitely in the category "must return".
4.8 on April 29, 2014
Great rooms. Nice quick getaway near central Hartford
5 on April 21, 2014
Cozy romantic inn with very nice clean unique rooms . Ours had a Jacuzzi ready to go. Handmade furniture made it unique and cozy as well.Breakfast was outstanding and the inn owners were wonderful company. I look forward to visiting again.
4.6 on April 11, 2014
I've now stayed here twice. Steve and Susan are exceptionally welcoming. The rooms are cosy and extremely comfortable (and warm when outside it's snowing!). Breakfasts are superb. Much of the furniture was made by Steve who was a professional cabinet maker (as we call them here in the UK). This is quintessential New England accommodation, and the fact that I returned a second time is testament to the comfort offered at the Tolland Inn. You won't be disappointed.
5 on April 05, 2014
Located just 7 miles from the UConn campus, the Tolland Inn was the perfect place for my husband and I to stay for the 1st & 2nd rounds of the NCAA Women's Basketball games. Susan graciously checked us in early so we could head to the UCONN campus for the games, and both Steve & Susan were the perfect hosts!
5 on March 23, 2014
My wife & I have been going here for a about 5 years now & they always make us feel right at home. As soon as we walk in the door the feeling of relaxation begins, with a friendly greeting, help with luggage, and a tour of our room. The tour includes directions for using the hot tub, and the time for breakfast. The Jacuzzi tubs are always hot and running when we arrive. The beds are comfortable, and the gas fireplace is ready to warm you during the cold New England nights. The breakfast is always tasty and filling. The homemade muffins, maple or orange butter, and fresh fruit usually compliment whatever else Steve is cooking up in the kitchen. The shared rooms of the home are comfortable and inviting along with an open fireplace that is burning during the cold months. We would recommend the Tolland Inn to anyone looking to relax and have a romantic time away from the busy everyday world we live in.
4.2 on March 05, 2014
Excellent customer service and very comfortable rooms. We stayed in room two and it was cozy and relaxing. Breakfast hit the spot and the hosts provided excellent service and conversation. Highly recommended!
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.)
Take I 91 South to I 291 East to I 84 East. 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.
Historic Inn, Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Piano, Radio, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, In-room internet, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR
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.