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• ”The Best Country Inn”for 2012** • USA Today/Zagat “America’s Top 100 Hotel Restaurants” • Just a 2-hour drive from either New York or Boston • AAA Four-Diamond Restaurant • Wine Spectator 2012 “Best of Award of Excellence” • Pip's 2012 "Most Romantic Restaurant”** • Nearby: Essex Steam Train, Goodspeed Opera. • Nearby: Ivoryton Playhouse, Hammonasset State Park Beach. ** Connecticut Magazine
4.8 on October 09, 2016
Fabulous place to stay on our first trip to the New England area. Would definitely come back! Food was wonderful also.
1.4 on October 19, 2015
Strap in for a brutally honest review... This hotel (I cannot call it an inn), was disappointing on many levels. There was no innkeeper to greet us. I checked in at the front desk like a typical hotel. The girl at the front desk looked to be 16 years old. Cordial, but not friendly. Definitely not what I expected from an inn. We drove around to the "carriage house" which is not that in the least. It is in fact closer to a retreat center bunk house with hotel rooms. Decor is very dated. Needs new paint everywhere. Ceiling is cheap sprayed "popcorn" just like a cheap hotel. It also had a bizarre valance above the bed. The wall to wall carpeting was dirty and stained and in need serious cleaning or replacement. The furniture in room (two chairs and a couch) are dated and too small to sit comfortably in for any length of time. The bathroom hasn't been updated in years. The stone tile flooring was literally cracked right through and had missing pieces. The bathroom floor was heated, but was too hot to stand on with bare feet. The shower was combined with the oval jacuzzi tub making it awkward. The old wooden deck was listed as a "private East facing deck" but there was no privacy. It faced parking and trees, there was no sunrise or any benefit to it being "east facing." The deck seating was two wrought iron chairs which were dirty and uninviting. Part of our plan was to relax on the deck and read books in the afternoon... that was a total bust. The door to exterior did not shut properly, and I was barely able to lock it. The door itself is rotting away all along the bottom. Additional pieces of the door came off during our stay. It was abundantly clear that this place cares more about the public restaurant than the rooms and those staying in them. We would have been better off in a $90 hotel room... Unfortunately we spent three times too much. I would have complained to the innkeeper... but there isn't one. I would never recommend this place to anyone.
4.6 on August 13, 2015
Great dinner, accomodations, and entertainment.
3.8 on April 20, 2015
My husband and I would stay here again, but not on a Monday when everything in and out of the Inn closes. It's hard to justify at this price point shutting down everything to make Monday visitors feel second rate. Otherwise, a great experience!
4.2 on September 22, 2014
My husband and I stayed at the Copper Beech Inn and it was the perfect setting. It was our first time to the New England area and the Innkeeper Pete Pajor gave us alot of tips on special places not mentioned on our itinerary. I like to also mention Sara who was extremely knowledgeable and helpful along with Ronnie help make our stay very pleasant. We had breakfast at the inn every morning which was cooked by Hemburto (Eddie) and everything was first class. We would definietly consider staying there again.
4.4 on September 18, 2014
On our way home from Newport had an overnight stay in this charming and lovely B and B. Our room in the carriage house was private, large and beautifully appointed. Food and service five stars.
2.8 on April 22, 2014
They were nice but a little rude.
4.2 on April 18, 2014
Very New Englandish
3.8 on February 08, 2014
Very friendly and attentive staff. Room was comfortable and welcoming. Food was delicious.
5 on October 20, 2013
My husband and I stayed at the Copper Beech Inn for our anniversary and we loved it! We stayed in room 218 which had a gorgeous four-post bed and a great big hydro-tub. We had dinner in the restaurant one night and the meal was delicious. Breakfast, which is included, was not your average continental breakfast, but a choice of eight gourmet options. The grounds are kept beautifully and the staff was very friendly. If I had to find a negative, the only thing I would say is the wifi did not work so well outside of the main house. Overall, a wonderful place to stay!
Luxurious, elegantly restored suite on second floor overlooking the massive Copper Beech tree for which the Inn is named. King size carved mahogany four-poster bed, highboy and writing desk. 18th century Italian chest, settee and separate sitting area. Marble-tiled bathroom with an Ultra Bath hydro massage tub, radiant heated floor and separate shower. Cable television.
Beautiful two-room suite on second floor overlooks the gardens and fountain. Bedroom has Queen size sleigh bed. Private bathroom with original tile and soaking tub, a separate stall shower with Rain showerhead and a marble-topped mahogany vanity. Separate sitting room with oriental rugs, pull-out bed for one and armoire. Cable television in both rooms.
A spacious room facing west with semi-private deck. This romantic room features a king size bed, comfortable chairs, and a classic Carrara marble and black & white tiled bathroom with separate shower and bathtub.
Charming private room overlooking the English Garden. King size bed, two club chairs and dresser. New radiant heated marble floor bath with soaking tub and shower. Wall to wall carpeting and flat screen cable television.
Spacious room with a Queen size mahogany four-poster bed, Victorian settee, 18th century Italian chest and antique writing desk. Restored tiled bathroom, mahogany vanity with marble top, antique soaking tub and separate shower. Cable television and wall-to-wall carpeting.
Spacious room on first floor with a King size mahogany bed, 10-foot high ceilings and French door leading onto a private deck. Richly appointed with couch, love seat, mahogany highboy and armoire. Private marble bath with Jacuzzi and radiant floor heating. Wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable television.
Private, cozy room with a queen size bed on the on first floor with semi-private deck. Two club chairs and armoire. Beautiful classic black & white tiled bathroom with large corner shower. Wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable television.
First-floor with semi-private deck. Queen size four poster bed, private bath with tub and shower combination. Armoire, wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable television.
Cozy room with twin beds on the first floor with a semi-private deck. Private bathroom with a tub and shower combination. Wall-to-wall carpeting, armoire with Cable television.
Newly renovated spacious room on the first floor has a sitting area and King size bed. Large private marble bathroom with radiant heated floor, Jacuzzi and shower combination. Semi-private deck, wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable television.
This cozy room on the second floor with a cathedral ceiling has a Queen size bed and a semi-private deck. The marvelous newly renovated private bathroom is in a classic white marble with black granite inlays and features a new Ultra Bath hydro massage tub & rain shower. Armoire, wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable Television.
Large room on the second floor has cathedral ceilings and exposed beams. King size mahogany bed and separate sitting area. Fabulous newly finished marble tiled private bath with a 6’ Ultra Bath hydro massage tub for two, separate glass enclosed Rain shower and radiant-heated marble floor. Wall-to-wall carpeting and Cable television.
This bright first floor room faces southwest looking out at tall trees from the Inn’s early beginnings in the late 1800s. A large corner room with king bed and semi-private deck. Enjoy our hydro massage tub or corner shower, in the limestone and travertine tiled bathroom.
Light and airy spacious room on the second floor with cathedral ceilings and exposed beams. King size four poster bed with pillow-top mattress, club chairs and mahogany highboy. Beautiful private bathroom with Ultra Bath hydro massage tub, separate glass enclosed shower and radiant-heated marble floor. Wall-to-wall carpeting, armoire with Cable television.
Large room on second floor with cathedral ceilings, exposed beams and a private deck. King size bed, separate sitting area with sofa, loveseat and club chair with marble end tables. Mahogany highboy and armoire. Private bath with Jacuzzi tub and shower combination. Wall-to wall carpet, and Cable television.
This intriguing garden-level room has a private entrance. Step through your own doorway into a large sitting area and bedroom. The room features a king size bed, a private bath in limestone and travertine with a hydro massage tub, radiant heated floor and separate shower.
Centrally located, this luxurious room has a plaid and paisley decor. A king size bed, sitting chairs, and a semi-private deck. The classic Carrara marble tiled bathroom features a soaking tub and separate shower.
This room offers vistas over the sloping lawn leading down to the Main House. A semi-private deck provides a view of old stone walls from the early 1700s. A large room with King size bed, and a limestone and Travertine bathroom offering a hydro-jet tub with separate corner shower.
Warm and inviting … decorated in cream, golds and burgundies and hand painted cornices. This is a warm southwestern exposure where you can relax on a settee or a French chair while looking out the second floor windows or semi-private deck to the woodlands beyond. A mansard ceilinged room with a distinctive King size bed. A limestone and Travertine bathroom with a hydro-massage tub, and separate curved shower.
This soft, romantic room is decorated in warm floral prints of blue and butter yellow, with an acorn four-poster king bed. The room also features two wing chairs, and writing desk and chair. The room’s window and door open to a second floor, west facing semi-private deck. Large soaking tub with Carrara marble tiled floors and separate shower.
A barrel vaulted ceiling greets you as you enter this spacious room. The king four-poster bed is dressed in soft sheers. Furnishings consist of a sofa, desk and desk chair and wing chair.
Romantic northwestern room with a quarter canopy bed with fabric paneled headboard in a beautiful taupe and blue floral print. This room is also appointed with a camelback settee and wing chair. Light filled room on the second floor with semi-private deck on the northwestern side.
Hartford, CT (BDL-Bradley Intl.) 40 miles
2-Hours from NYC or Boston. Exit 69 off I-95, follow Rt 9 North 3 miles to Essex, Exit 3. Turn left off the ramp onto Middlesex Turnpike (Rt 154), which becomes Main St. The Inn is 1.5 miles on the left.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Essex Steam Train and Riverboat Ride, Hammonassett Beach State Park, Goodspeed Opera House, Ivoryton Playhouse, Gillette Castle, Florence Griswold Museum, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Historic Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , UltraBath Hydro massage air-jet tub,, Choice of Down or Non-Allergenic Comforter/Pillows, Extra Firm Mattresses
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Theater and musicals nearby, Museums and galleries, Antiques and outlet shopping, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
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