THE BOARDMAN HOUSE
The Becky Thatcher
CONNECTICUT BED AND BREAKFAST
Casual Luxury & Gracious Hospitality
Charming bed and breakfast in Connecticut offering elegant lodging & modern amenities in a quaint New England riverfront village, just two hours from NYC and Boston and a short stroll from restaurants by the river.
The Inn is an exquisite example of Second Empire architecture built 1860, with beautifully appointed air-conditioned rooms featuring plush down duvets, fine linens, antiques, oriental rugs, heated marble and limestone bathroom floors. At this historic Connecticut Inn you can relax and enjoy a style of living reminiscent of earlier times.
ROOMS & SUITES
We offer luxury lodging perfect for a honeymoon, anniversary, weekend getaway or relaxing vacation. Enjoy a restful environment and the individually appointed rooms with air condition and WiFi.
Beautiful room with lots of light. Bed in cherry wood with down duvet and pillows. Private bathroom with limestone floor and a bathtub with shower.
Decorated in beautiful hues of gold and cream with a four-poster bed, bay window, decorative flameless marble fireplace and luxurious silk curtains. Private bathroom.
Whether you dream of indulging in a culinary feast, crave the classics or desire something distinctly New England, Connecticut’s dining scene has everything. Only steps from our property you will find two places by the river offering a variety of atmospheres, price points & cuisines.
Things to Do in the Area and Experiences Around Our Inn
We are located near several tourist attractions in Connecticut. Several great nature trails for hiking in our State Parks are nearby. It is the perfect location from you can explore New England!
Small coastal towns like Essex, Mystic and Old Saybrook are in close proximity, where you will find local shops, art galleries, museums, and sightseeing. There are also two premium outlet centers located in Westbrook and Clinton.
Best Connecticut Bed & Breakfast
We were awarded Editor’s Choice as one of the best
B&Bs in Connecticut by Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England.