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42 Whitehall Avenue, Mystic, CT 06355, United States of America – Show map
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Tennis Court, Hot Tub, Indoor Pool (all year)
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
ATM on site, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Daily Housekeeping, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
From 4:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children cannot be accommodated at the hotel.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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In the heart of the historic city of Mystic, and directly off I-95, this hotel is in close proximity to many area attractions and provides guests with a number of complimentary amenities.
Score from 232 reviews Very good
Just one mile from the Mystic Seaport, the Taber Inn in Mystic, Connecticut is a 2 minute walk from Williams Beach Park.
Score from 163 reviews Excellent
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool, Inn at Mystic provides free Wi-Fi access and views of Mystic Harbor. The property also features gardens and a communal terrace.
Score from 120 reviews Very good
Just off of highway I-95 and close to popular Mystic, Connecticut attractions such as the Mystic Aquarium, this hotel has thoughtful in-room amenities along with modern on-site facilities.
Score from 488 reviews Good
In-room fireplace. Continenetal breakfast and evening snack, also the buffet in the main building. Staff helpful when needed.
Need a more prominent sign, we missed the mansion the first time we drove by, the complex appeared to be just a Marriot.
The pictures made it look like it was a huge mansion with sprawling grounds, when I got there it was in the parking lot of the residence Inn, the pool was at hotel not in house, I tried switching rooms but it wasn't possible. We went to the "mansion" to our room and to our surprise it was quaint and pretty, warm and inviting I did enjoy that it was a kid free place since it was our 10 year anniversary with out kids
I didn't like that the place was listed as a bed and breakfast with indoor pool, but in actuality you had to walk across the parking lot for those amenities very deceiving on that part
Location was great!
Spider webs in corners by drapes! Drapes also needed to be vacuumed. In the middle of the night we could hear mice in the walls couldn't sleep after that!
Guests staying in the mansion had use of sitting roo with treats morning and evening.
Windows could not be opened so room was very hot and stuffy. Could be fire safety issue here.
The fireplace, the wine and cheese (once we got it) and the charm of the old place, free breakfast at the Residence Inn
Disorganized check in - didn't know where to go; had to ask for the "free" wine; general lack of organization; feels like it's the adopted child of the Marriott that they don't know how to treat
Can't really think of anything.
First the website makes it look like this quaint country inn, IT'S IN THE MIDDLE OF A PARKING LOT! I'm all for the rustic feel of the 17 and 1800s but when I found out it is owned and run by Hotel chain that surrounds it I would have expected a lot more. dirty ripped drapes on the windows, broken wood venetian blinds. VERY creaky floors, you can literally hear and understand what people are saying in the other rooms. Dirty carpets!
I wouldn't quite call this B&B a mansion, but it is a lovely 18th century building that's reminiscent of the American colonial era. The sleep was comfortable. The room was quaint, clean and inviting. Staff were lovely, and they prepare a complimentary wonderful wine & cheese for the guest. All and all it was fantastic, and I will definitely look forward to visiting again. Also, a MAJOR thank you to Marriott team who were so helpful during our stay!
Enjoyed staying in a historic facility. Bed was comfortable and we rested well.
Best of everything, a 200 year old house located next to a very nice hotel. Choice of a continental breakfast in the Inn or great hot buffet at the hotel. The room was a large suite and very nice. You could also use the pool and hotel work out areas.
No grounds at the Inn to sit outside to relax or read. The Inn is located in the middle of a parking lot.
room was very nice once you got into it.
-building is in the middle of a parking lot. -no one to tell you where to go when you arrive at the "mansion", have to figure out yourself that you need to go to the chain hotel in it's backyard -"common area" in the mansion was dungeon-like and feel
Best night's sleep ever, lovely canopy bed, great whirlpool tub, fireplace in room, as well as air conditioning. Cheese and crackers appeared each afternoon in the common room, welcome bottle of wine, continental breakfast which can be supplemented by hot breakfast buffet in adjacent hotel. Facilities of hotel available to Inn guests. coffeemaker and microwave in common room. Quiet clean room with ice bucket, wine glasses and corkscrew. Journal to record your stay and see opinions of previous guests.
No Wi-Fi in room only available in adjacent hotel. No alarm clock.
Large room with good light, comfortable four-poster bed, fireplace, overt sense of history, free bottle of wine, snacks. Friendly, helpful staffing.
No log in fireplace (but it was summer!), confusing registration with key at modern Marriott Suites office several hundred yards away---this should be noted on website! Jacuzzi works but needs some upkeep; missing light bulb in bathroom.
The mansion and room was excellent. The breakfast at the regular part of the hotel was good. The service staff couldn't have been any more accomodating. The location was good as a departure point for going places and very close to 95. I thought it was an extremely good value.
The on-line pix gave the impression the mansion was in a bucolic setting, not 50 yards from a main road. Even the picture booking.com shows at the beginning of the room makes it seem as if there is a nice field leading up to the inn, not a tarmac parking lot.
The room was dirty. Sheets were soiled I will never stay there again
No A/C Poor housekeeping. Staff member exceptionally rude. Booked one night, stayed a 2nd, first night booked @130, the 2nd-without notice-170.
The ability to stay overnight in a home that's over 200 years old that is full of early American history.
We only stayed two nights.
The seclusion of the mansion from the inn. My wife and I will come back!
For an old house, it was pretty clean. Not the cleanest but still very nice!
Fireplace Free wine at check-in
Newer beds could be nice
The atmosphere inside the mansion house, the coffee in the morning, use of the amenities of the Residence Inn, and the complimentary wine and cheese.
The outside setting being literally surrounded by the Residence Inn.. incongruous with a typical B&B.
Mansion was nice,bed was terrible
Would of been nice to let you know it's part of a hotel chain ,has lost all it's charm ,historic house in the middle of a paved parking lot
it was close to mystic
not run as a bed and breakfast as it was advertised.it was like a hotel
We loved the old building, it was very quaint. Having the amenities at the hotel was a bonus. It's not the typical B & B, but we would definitely stay there again.
close to seaport
Despite the claims, this was NOT a B&B in the true sense of the word. You can put up with lumpy beds, climbing up narrow stairs and a musty, old atmosphere if you get something in exchange -- wine and cheese in the evening, a bit of history about the place (it was built in 1771) and a really nice, intimate breakfast in the morning. But none of that happened here. The breakfast was the usual self-serve motel buffet breakfast across the parking lot in the Residence Inn. So, basically, this was a sub-quality room in an old house with none of the charm of a true B&B. How a major motel chain does B&Bs. And it was near the highway, not near the center of Mystic. Still had to drive in to see the town. Skip it.
ambience, comfortable bed, great price
located in parking lot of hotel!
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