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Recent Connecticut reviews

  • Great location!!

    "Just a short walk to the beach, our kids were able to Be independent and explore the wonders and games at the beach without hovering adults. The house has a sweet backyard with a picnic table so we ate all our meals outside."
    Guest: Kelly S. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 9, 2016
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  • Well-deserved five stars

    "We stayed in Gini's cottage for three weeks in March. All the reviews below are spot on. It's clean, spacious and very comfortable. Nice linens and bedding too. The kitchen is well-equipped and provides lots of room for two cooks. Located in a beautiful and quiet residential neighborhood, the cottage is a short walk into Madison and beaches. While the cottage is on the owner's property, it has a private setting surrounded by woods. The owners are not in the least intrusive unless you need something or have a question. Madison is one of my all-time favorite coastal towns. It's laid back and friendly, with a wonderful art cinema and independent book store. There's a fairly new walking trail from the town to Hammonassett State Park and beaches, which is lovely. Hope to return soon!"
    Guest: NovaScotia Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 15, 2016
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  • Loved the cottage! The porch is wonderful!

    "We had the pleasure of renting the cottage over Memorial Day weekend while in town for a baseball tournament. Twelve of us between the ages of 10 and 74 all fit comfortably and the cottage was so much better than a hotel. It had everything we needed and the view from the porch is fantastic. It's not fancy, but it was perfect!"
    Guest: Brian Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: July 11, 2016
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  • Great place to stay

    "Had a wedding in nearby saltwater vineyards. The hotel the bride and groom picked in nearby mystic was very expensive, so I figured why not a house for a week? The view is wonderful. Sunset is great, a short walk to playground, and the stonington beach is about a ten minute walk. You are close to all restaraunts (noahs, milagros, water St cafe, and dog watch). Fourth of july, we just stayed on the third floor and watched three different fireworks shows. Parking is street parking, but always found a spot. The house is old, as the owner states. They said kids are welcome, but I was a little uneasy with our three year old. The balcony is great, but I can see our kid falling off. But it turns out she was ok. Under three, I wouldn't feel so comfortable. The set up is weird. They give us three beds, one queen, one full, and one twin. When our friend visited with her two kids, she shared the queen with her kids. Either my wife slept with our kid on the full, or I did, and the other took the twin. If you anticipate having two families, this may be tough because the beds are so small. I would suggest to the owners to get bigger beds. The place is old, so expect squeaks and what not when you walk. Didn't bother us though. The furniture is old and antique like. Its charming. The owners are extremely nice and helpful too. When staying on the third floor, use the elevator. Those stairs are killer. Overall, would come back again."
    Guest: james O. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 7, 2016
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