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Recent Connecticut reviews

  • Enjoyed Our Stay

    "Family vacation at this home was great; very quiet neighborhood, plenty of room for all of us (7 adults and 3 children)! Tons of bath towels! There were 2 TVs in the main living space which was great for the children to watch their shows while the adults watched theirs. A couple of the bedrooms also had tvs. Yard was big enough for the children to play in and with the use of lawn chairs and our beach chairs, we made a "fence" so the children and their ball did not go over the "cliff". Met a friendly neighbor who gave us insight into restaurants and beach areas. This house is not on what I would call a beach, there is no sand and although you could get into the water from the shore, it was difficult for the children (4 and younger) who ended up with many scratches, bruises and bleeding knees. Husband and children loved going out in the kayak! We all loved spending time sitting on the porch overlooking the Sound. It would be helpful if there was a book of directions to restaurants and/or menus, directions to local grocery areas and local beaches. Would also be helpful if you had a cabinet or two available for guests to put their food and kitchen items in. Fran was very easy to work with and very accommodating! Thanks Fran!"
    Guest: Julie L. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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  • Relax and Rejuvenate

    "The cottage was so cute - just what you would want at a seaside retreat. It was well stocked with the things that we needed. The location was perfect - right on the beach, and we had the beach all to ourselves. Wrap around deck. Sun rises and sun sets were spectacular."
    Guest: BB Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 23, 2014
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  • Beautiful home; beautiful views!

    "We are from Missouri and met a NY daughter and a Boston son at this home for Easter weekend. The house needs a house number on the mailbox but once you've found it, it's all easy and feels likes a world away even though it is just off the "highway" between Mystic and Stonington. All the rooms are large and all the bedrooms have beautiful views. Even the bunking room, which could sleep at least 8 in twin beds, has a view because there are gorgeous views from the front and the back of the property. The main room is a combination kitchen, dining, living room and could entertain a large number of people. All doors from this GREAT room open onto a wonderful deck and an outdoor fireplace. There is a staging room off the kitchen too with an extra dishwasher, which we used after Easter dinner - another plus. Susan was very helpful with recommendations for restaurants and we highly recommend Bravo Bravo as our favorite. Great drinks; great food; nice atmosphere; nice size. Much better than the popular oyster house across the street. We did both of the recommended hikes on Susan's list and loved them both. Very different too! We also bought seafood in Stonington and had the best chowder and scallops ever! It's low key here at this time of year. I'm sure it's quite busy in summer and Mystic is cute. There's one grocery store - but a pretty good one. Alcohol is not sold in grocery stores but there's a well-stocked liquor store a couple miles from the property. Relaxing. You might want to bring earplugs. We did go ahead and play with the thermostat just a bit because we thought the setting was too cool for us. The picturesque light house, viewable from the house in the sound, does have a regular warning horn and if you are a light sleeper, you might hear it at night without your plugs. Lovely, lovely place. So great that owners are sharing it! Thank you to Susan for generous hospitality!"
    Guest: Judy Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: May 4, 2014
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  • Great House. Beautiful views. sublime foliage

    "We rented for the month of September. Lovely House. Beautiful location.All that it was advertised to be and more. Fantastic kitchen. The house was clean and in great condition. 20 minutes from Wassaic Metro North Station made an easy commute from city for our guests."
    Guest: Gerry S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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Guilford Travel Tips

Get away with Guilford Rentals

The city of Guilford in southern Connecticut is the typical New England town. With a strong sense of community, cultural and historical preservation, the Guilford rentals nestled into the shoreline along the Long Island Sound and throughout the town are perfect for any vacation involving Connecticut travel. In fact, for those vacationers who are not staying in Guilford lodging already, it is a highly popular day trip destination.

History around Guilford Lodging

If you love touring old houses, book Guilford rentals. Along the beautiful town green in the center of town, you will see some of the most beautiful historic homes, quaint shopping strips, and churches. Connecticut travel is never complete without touring historic homes and there are five in Guilford, ranging from the 17th to 19th centuries. One you will not want to miss is the Henry Whitfield State Museum which is the oldest stone house in all of New England.

Spend Time in the Great Outdoors When You Book Guilford Rentals

Because Connecticut is such a beautiful state, when you book Guilford lodging, you really should plan to make time outside. The town is situated right along the coast and has two scenic highways--Scenic Route 146 and 77--for some really relaxing country drives. Guilford rentals are in the perfect location if you love to ride your bicycle, bird-watch, jog, stroll, or even hit the beach. Be sure to check out the WestWoods and Timberlands Trails.

Connecticut Travel for True Natural Beauty

Connecticut travel will allow you some of the most picturesque sights within New England. Because it is one of the oldest states, much of Guilford lodging is tucked right in between some of the most modern buildings as well as the oldest. You will find cemeteries with impressive and ancient headstones, Indian sites, American Revolution and Civil War memorials and monuments and so much more. You will really feel like you are stepping into another time in history.

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