This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$200 - $285 per night 2 night min stay
$2,300 per month 30 night min stay
From $900/3nt - $5300/wk
Recent Stonington reviews
"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, 2014View listing
"What a beautiful place, and a perfect location; close to RI beaches, beautiful Mystic is nearby, plenty nice restaurants to go out to. However the house itself is so amazing that we stayed home most of the time to enjoy the water views, wild life on the nearby rocks, kayaking, playing ball, walks in the neighbourhood, and just sitting on a sizable porch. Couldn't ask for a better place for a family vacation! Everthing was provided like; towels, sheets, kitchen was well equipped for cooking, etc, this made it easier when it come to packing. Thanks Elena!"Guest: Gosia Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 1, 2014View listing
"Amazing rental! Perfect location! Attentive, kind owners! Great for a weekend or a month! We will be back!"Guest: Pleased family Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: August 17, 2014View listing
"Perfect fall get away. Cottage was extremely clean, well stocked, and very cozy. The view from the large windows was an ever changing delight. Would definitely recommend and hope to come back."Guest: JT Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 15, 2014View listing
Stonington Travel Tips
Getting to Stonington Vacation Rentals
Stonington is located just a quick five-minute drive from the well-known Connecticut resort town of Mystic. It is approximately a two-hour drive from either New York City or Boston. The town has a beautiful rocky shoreline and looks out over the Atlantic. The nearest major city is Providence which is approximately a 45-minute drive away. Visitors from Hartford can get to Stonington within one to two hours. It is a popular upmarket vacation destination for residents from Connecticut as well as other major East Coast cities. There are good road links and most people choose to drive to Stonington. The nearest airport is in Providence. Alternatively, if you are traveling from other parts of North America that are further afield, you can fly into any one of the New York City airports or Boston Logan International Airport.
Colonial Luxury at Stonington Waterfront Houses
The vacation homes in Stonington are some of the most impressive buildings in the area. Stately colonial homes are ideal for large families and can accommodate an average of 10 people at a time. Victorian homes have been lovingly renovated and restored to their former glory. Spacious living areas and wide open lawns provide ample space for the kids to play and entertain themselves. There are some homes that are wonderfully luxurious, so you can check in and enjoy some posh style. Other homes are more modest but still equally stylish. You can feel quite at home preparing meals in the well-equipped kitchens and dining around a large table with family and friends.
Attractions near Stonington Cottages
Perhaps the most well-known attraction near Stonington is the neighboring community of Mystic. The town boasts a historic center which provides insight into the town's traditions of shipbuilding and commercial fishing. The Old Mystic Village has more than 60 shops which all maintain a charming New England-style appearance. You can browse for antiques, crafts, paintings and sculptures to take home as souvenirs of your vacation. There are many excellent local restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious seafood meal. The Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration is a fascinating place to visit. There, you can see creatures of the deep and a wide variety of marine life. The shows and talks provided at the center are well worth signing up for. Anyone who has an interest in the sea and marine life can spend hours at the center. The Mystic Seaport is a living museum which provides visitors with a glimpse into life in a New England coastal village in the early 1800s. You can watch tradesmen going about their trades and shipbuilders working at their craft.
Seasons to Visit Connecticut Vacation Rentals in Stonington
Because of its location on the Atlantic coastline of Connecticut, the most popular season to travel is during the warmer summer months. Stonington is a relatively sleepy town for most of the year and that is a large part of its charm. The town does get busier during the summer months of June and July when many families frequent the area as part of their summer vacations. As it is just a five-minute drive to the busy resort town of Mystic, many families may rent a cottage in Stonington and then head out during the day to explore the area's attractions. In the winter months, the weather can be chilly but if your ideal getaway involves beautiful scenery and cozying up on the couch in front of a fireplace then that will be a good time of year for you to visit Stonington.