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Tolland, CT a été nommé en 1713 et a grandi dans la route ère post autour d'un typique de la Nouvelle Angleterre ville verte où notre bâtiment a résisté pendant 200 ans. Le Tolland Inn dispose de sept chambres et suites, dont certaines avec cheminée, bains à remous. Toutes nos chambres et suites disposent de bains privées, télévision par câble, de la climatisation, d'un téléphone. L'auberge est décorée d'antiquités et belle main de meubles fabriqués à l'auberge. Il ya 3 salles communes au premier étage: un salon formel, salle à manger, et la sunporch qui contient une énorme cheminée Rumford pour les matinées et soirées fraîches. Pratique pour UCONN, Old Sturbridge Village, Hartford, et magasins d'antiquités.
5 sur août 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 sur août 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 sur août 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 sur juillet 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 sur juillet 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 sur juillet 06, 2016
Ample parking. Nice period room. Small shower but a nice hot tub. Pleasant breakfast atmosphere. Nice meal.
5 sur juin 26, 2016
My new wife and I went to The Tolland Inn for a few nights to decompress after our wedding. It was just the perfect stay. The rooms were beautiful, the breakfast was delicious, and we had everything we needed in the Nantucket room. I would highly recommend this little gem right off the Tolland green.
5 sur juin 13, 2016
Stayed at the Tolland Inn because it was closest to our wedding reception venue (The Lodge at Crandall Park), but it turned out to be the nicest option and the least expensive option for one of our guests. These innkeepers know hospitality. The in-room hot tubs are always full and hot and ready to relax your tired bones. The breakfasts (we stayed two nights) were fantastic and served up hot (not just a buffet of muffins and dry cereal). Each meal included sweet and savory and was just delicious. The grounds were lovely for our photos, too. Steve made most of the furniture in the inn and it's absolutely gorgeous and the styles fit right in with the antique feel of this historic inn. My ONLY criticism is that when we brought a snack back to our suite (as the brides we got the best one, the treehouse suite), the only table to eat at was quite small, smaller even than the gameboard they keep on it. But we managed. Maybe they discourage in-room eating; not sure. The hosts were extremely pleasant and LGBT friendly.
4,0 sur juin 10, 2016
We stayed here on our honeymoon, and we try to come here for our anniversaries--making our way through each of the rooms! It's a beautiful, relaxing place to be, full of charm. Stephen and Susan are wonderful hosts -- they've put their heart and soul into making this inn lovely.
5 sur juin 07, 2016
Rooms and entire place so clean! Steve and Susan very friendly and gave info about area and places to eat. Breakfast was fabulous. Would definitely recommend staying here
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.)
Prenez la sortie 68 de l'autoroute I 84. Allez vers le nord sur la route 195. Allez sur un demi-mile pour arrêter le signe et regarder des marqueurs allée OUT et INN loin sur votre gauche.
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Fax, Internet, Piano, Radio, Films
Climatisation, Réveil, Cheminée, Jacuzzi, Bibliothèque, Entrée indépendante, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Internet par câble
Stephen and Susan Beeching
Susan est un natif de Nantucket et aubergiste de troisième génération. Elle enseigne actuellement la deuxième année et supervise l'auberge. Stephen est un concepteur et constructeur de meubles de qualité qui tient boutique à l'auberge. Il est responsable de l'habillage en relief-usiné main et le plafond à caissons de la sunporch, et a beaucoup de pièces dans les maisons à travers le pays et à l'étranger, ainsi que la conception des T-shirts et des tasses, jusque dans les distributeurs de papier dans les salles de bains.