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.
4.8 on November 17, 2017
My stay at the Tolland Inn was awesome. The Inn Keepers were friendly and informative. They definitely catered to our needs. The food was outstanding and the service could not be better. I really enjoyed my stay and I look forward to my next visit. I could have not asked for more. Steve and Susan were awesome.
5 on November 04, 2017
This is the fourth or fifth time we've stayed at the Tolland Inn. It's always a very pleasant experience. The owners do everything they can to make your stay enjoyable. They even let our friends who live nearby use our shower because of a power outage at their house.
4.8 on October 23, 2017
Stayed in the Treehouse Suite for a night with my husband. The room was absolutely beautiful, extremely pleased with my selection. The hosts were welcoming and made a fantastic breakfast.
4.0 on October 12, 2017
We stayed at Tolland Inn two nights for a local wedding. Other family members stayed as well. Service was perfect, breakfast was absolutely delicious, and the inn’s decor and atmosphere was a trip back into colonial times. Everything was very clean, but perhaps the AC in the rooms could be updated. It worked, but was old. We really enjoyed our stay! Susan was very friendly and a delight to talk to.
5 on October 06, 2017
We have stayed at the Tolland Inn many times. Susan and Steve are the perfect hosts. We feel like they are family.
4.8 on September 27, 2017
The Inn was so nice, I got to check in my room early which I really appreciated since I was in town for a wedding that was taking place during check-in hours. The breakfast the next morning was to die for. I'd definitely stay there again!
5 on September 08, 2017
From check in to checkout, it was the best experience ever. In addition to the Inn being quaint and warm and friendly, the innkeepers were extremely pleasant and very helpful. The food was excellent, light and healthy. We would definitely go back.
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.
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.