72 North Stonington Road Mystic Connecticut 06355 (860) 536-6325 or (800) FOR-1833
The House of 1833; Historic Inn furnished with period 18th and 19th century antiques; National Landmark Inn;
About the Mansion
Built in 1833 by Elias Brown, banker and relative of one of the current owners, the House of 1833 is a 19th century Greek revival mansion and national landmark masterpiece on three beautifully wooded and landscaped acres of gardens and fountains.
We always include our world-famous full New England country-gourmet candlelight breakfasts and feature a seasonal full size swimming pool surrounded by lush perennial gardens and fountains...dotted with sun cots, chairs, and eight glass tables with big blue market umbrellas. Relax...swim...bask...and enjoy.
This architectural gem is a mere 1.25 miles from Interstate 95 at the beginning of the Mystic River. Featuring five luxurious guest suites, you are so close to all the excitement, nightlife, and activities that the Mystic River and coastal CT offers.
Enjoy your signature 'chocolate chip cookies'..."the stuff dreams are made of" in one of our welcoming parlors featuring our floor to ceiling Renaissance Revival Pier Mirror (brought to The House of 1833 from the Boston Ritz Carlton Hotel)!
The home features two formal parlors for our guests to enjoy: the front parlor (pictured below) with a Belgian marble fireplace and center table from the 'golden glory days' of Hollywood's past and a second parlor (pictured above) with black marble mantel and a 19th century crystal chandelier.
All of our five guest suites have generous sitting areas as well as:
full private bath
working wood-burning fireplaces (so perfect for those snowy, wintry evenings)
cable television (four with HD flat panel televisions...most with built-in DVD players)
am/fm CD players
four suites with 'jumbo' oversize Jacuzzi hot tubs
beautiful antique 19th century furnishings
monumental 19ths century queen or king size beds
two suites with 'private' garden porches
wireless internet throughout...even poolside
Looking for a downtown location? Relax in the glory of the Victorian Suite at our second property, the Captain Spicer mansion (1853)...located a mere two blocks from the bustling downtown historic shopping and dining district & the Mystic River draw bridge on two landscaped acres of mature beech and magnolia trees.
This is a one bedroom, 3 room suite featuring custom details throughout, 15 foot ceilings, patterned parquet floors, separate bedroom, original wood paneling and fireplace mantels, stained glass windows, and queen sofa bed in the parlor (sleeps four). This is perfect for a special occasion, wedding party, short term executive retreat or more.
Coffee and the day's newspaper are ready each morning at 7:30am. we serve a full
'New England Country Gourmet Candlelight Breakfast'
in our period dining room starting at 8:00am.
Other amenities include the beautifully landscaped swimming pool
The Har-Tru clay tennis court. Guests are invited to relax by the pool, inn-joy a game of tennis or tour the countryside.
"A Sense of Place"
Enjoy the River Road, just down from the Inn. It follows a winding path close to the water...the perfect vantage spot to view the seafaring 'tall ships', discrete sections of the Mystic River's wetlands, migratory birds, and many beautiful Sea Captains homes. This picturesque road is the perfect 'Welcome to Mystic' and will lead you to the middle of the downtown historic district.
72 North Stonington Road
Mystic Connecticut 06355
Call: (860) 536-6325 or (800) FOR-1833
to make your reservation today
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