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 03, 2017
Just a wonderful experience and the Inn keepers are top notch!
5 on August 25, 2017
We enjoyed the stopover at the Inn. It was so peaceful and friendly. We all cannot wait to go back again. There are so many beautiful details to enjoy. The furniture is all handcrafted. The original oil paintings are gorgeous. Steve and Susan are talented and hard working which is why the Inn is so special. It is a reflection of who they are. The bedding is soft, the Inn has beautiful,quiet rooms to recover from a long road trip. It is a treat to visit. The only bad part is having to leave. Thank you for an exceptional stay!
5 on August 19, 2017
Stopover night on way home , the owners were very helpful and gracious , the breakfast and conversation was wonderful as were the rooms . Located in a cute town feels like your back in the 1900 s , highly recommend it.
5 on August 09, 2017
This is a great place to stay if you are in the Manchester - Tolland area. The rooms are cozy, comfortable, and very reasonably priced. The best part of our stay were the amazing breakfasts that Steve and Susan presented each morning. They were amazing. The Inn itself reminded me of my favorite movie "Holiday Inn". It was full of Connecticut charm.
5 on July 26, 2017
We stayed in the Tolland Inn for one night in July enroute to Cape Cod. Stephen and Susan are delightful. Breakfast is extra special. Stephen gave us directions to a nearby rails-to-trails bike path with a parking lot/entrance a pretty short drive from the Inn. On the day of our arrival, we had a lovely mid-summer evening bike ride before catching dinner in town.
5 on July 21, 2017
I stayed here 2 years ago for a family event in Storrs. I loved it so much that when another family event was planned for this year I not only wanted to stay here again, but got relatives coming from all over the country to stay as well - so many that we ended up taking over the Inn, and turned it into a cousins reunion. Everything about the Tolland Inn is perfect: the rooms; the furniture and accessories handmade by Steve, the owner; the amazing breakfasts, also made by Steve; the grounds, garden and common areas - everything! The location is also perfect if you're attending an event at UConn, and it's convenient to most of Connecticut's "Quiet Corner" beauty.
4.6 on July 20, 2017
Old world charm with modern amenities. Treehouse was awesome!
5 on July 19, 2017
Wonderful stay at this historic Inn. Everything was wonderful - the accommodations, the food was first rate and the innkeepers informative and charming.
5 on July 13, 2017
We stayed there for one night. The owners restored this themselves to pristine condition with furniture they made and restored themselves. Beautiful landscaping, central location, friendly innkeepers, nice breakfast, large and comfortable rooms. You won't be disappointed.
4.8 on July 02, 2017
We stayed for one night. Our hosts upgraded our room for the same price without our asking. They couldn't have been nicer, the room was large and well appointed, the inn itself has been meticulously restored by Stephen, who is clearly very talented. He made the beds and furniture, and also did the majority of the restoration and upgrading himself. Beautiful grounds as well and a central location. The breakfast was nice as well. Highly recommend this inn.
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.
Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Nature area, Performing Theater, Sports venue, University, Winery
Board games, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, Fridge, Ironing Board, Parking, Piano, Radio
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
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.