Everything about this B & B - style, rooms, outside appearance was quintessential New England in the fall. Rooms were comfy. Breakfast was outstanding - Michael (Inn Keeper) is a trained chef & boy he didn't disappoint! Definitely would stay here again.
If you are looking for a weekend getaway, Look no further!!! This inn is true value and historic!!! Mike who is not only an award winning chef but is also the owner!!! His cuisine is excellence at best!!! All done with precision and love!!! And so is the service!!! Again done with precision and excellence!!! We will be returning again in December when it will Be decorated to the max!!! And many thanks to his staff!!! They were helpful as well as knowledgeable!!! Looking forward to December!!!!
Very dear friends gave us a BedandBreakfast.com gift card as a wedding gift. After skimming through the many inns, we decided to go to Mystic and stay at this wonderful B&B. Michael could not be more welcoming and helpful. He is meticulous about his property. The main house and carriage house are charming, inviting and comfortable. We loved the Mark Twain room which we stayed in and breakfast was scrumptious...just like the pictures on the web site. Would highly recommend and hope to return one day. Also, very convenient to all of the sites and attractions.
Had most wonderful stay back in May this year,would like to have stayed longer. Fascinating home,loved all Michaels collections,something different to see each day when coming down for breakfast. very accomodating host,made sure of our comfort,and a brilliant chef,superb breakfasts. Room delightful and very comfortable bed. Nice little balcony off this room which we sat on for our cuppa . How English!!Beautiful quiet location,and a nice stroll around the village with a geocache find as a bonus. So peacful to just sit in the gardens of the Inn. No distance to drive down to Mystic. Strongly recommended. The Honeys Cornwall UK
Michael was a wonderful tentative host and an excellent chef. The Mark Twain room was the most spacious room I've ever stayed in at a B&B and we loved the gas fireplace. I would definately recommend the Old Mystic Inn.
Michael was extremely welcoming, his inn was a quiet haven on a very busy weekend. The breakfast was exceptional, while the service was outstanding. My husband and I look forward to our next visit. Thank you again for a wonderful stay.
Absolutely loved everything about the Old Mystic Inn. So pleased with everything about the several days we spent here. If I ever make it back to Mystic, I'll be staying here! There's a great video that shows inside the inn, I'd suggest taking a peek! http://mysticshops.tv/old-mystic-inn/
Old Mystic Inn was one of the best B&Bs I have been to. The food was delicious and the owner was incredibly friendly and personable. If you'd like to see inside for yourself, copy&paste this link into your internet browser: http://mysticshops.tv/old-mystic-inn/ You will certainly be impressed!
My wife and I are from western New York State and spent three days in the Robert Frost Room. The Old Mystic Inn is located in a very quaint village that seems out of the way when you are there but, in reality is very close to many wonderful attractions. If you want quiet, the grounds and surrounding area are perfect for sitting, reading or walking around. The local townspeople are quite friendly and helpful. Our host, Michael Cardillo, cares for every detail of this beautiful place and made our stay exceptional. He made us feel right at home, gave very helpful suggestions as to how to enjoy the local area and made gourmet breakfasts that we thoroughly enjoyed and will never forget. From the website, we formed some pretty high expectations about this place (which is why we chose it in the first place). We were more than satisfied with our choice and expect to return someday.
My husband and I stayed at the inn in September of 2009, and from first arrival were greeted with a warmth that made us feel like we were staying at a friend's home. The grounds are beautiful and our room(the Henry David Thoreau room) was comfortably furnished and very true to the period of it's namesake. The breakfast's were incredible and Michael went out of his way to see that our vegetarian dishes (a special accomodation, not the normal fare) were delicious and elegant. He also bakes daily and it was most welcome to come back after a day's excursion around town to find the scrumptuous treat he had prepared. The 'common rooms' each have their own charm and are full of lovely items that have been painstakingly collected to add to the coziness of the room. Words cannot express how much we enjoyed our stay here. We will definitely be back again and would recommend this inn most highly.
My husband and I stayed in the Emily Dickinson room and our friends in the Herman Melville. We had the parlor between also, so it was like a suite. The rooms were lovely, clean and very cozy. Michael and the staff did a great job making us feel welcome. The breakfast was delicious and all the little extras like the cookies, coffee, tea etc. were such a nice touch. We felt like we had use of a friend's whole house!We look forward to another visit!
Picked this one based on the website, and the inn lived up to its website. The room was comfortable, and simply and elegantly furnished. I was amazed when breakfast was served. I thought I was looking at something I would see on the Food Channel. All in all it was a wonderful weekend experience, and I would recommend this inn to anyone for any reason.