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Rating: 5.00

Address: 52 Main, Old Mystic, CT, 06372

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    Comments (8):

    1. Bill B.
    The Old Mystic Inn has the charm of a guest house from the 1800's and Michael, the owner is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America which made for the most amazing, delicious breakfasts.  I stayed two nights in the Thoreau room which was filled with books by the author and was the perfect place to be working on the book I am writing.  The first morning, Michael served stuffed french toast with fruit and cream, absolutely delicious.  The second morning I had a fluffy omelet filled with crumbled bacon and veggies.  There was also an assortment of fresh fruit and a warm, succulent pudding bread that tasted like the best cinnamon bun I've ever had.  Michael also had an assortment of homemade cookies, drinks, and popcorn for eating anytime.  He was very helpful telling me of places to go in the area.  I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at The Old Mystic Inn and would recommend it for anyone.

    16/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Scott B.
    Unbelievable.  

    If you are going to Mystic, go here.  The end.  

    The house and rooms and decor are perfect.  Clean.  Beautiful.  Quaint.  Quiet.  Very New Englandy.  Lots of white and doilies.  Very relaxing.  The landscaping and house are absolutely picturesque.  Wish I would have taken advantage of the gazebo or hammock.  

    Michael, the chef and owner, was so nice he picked us up from the train station.  

    The real draw is the breakfast.  Arguably the best part of our vacation to Mystic.  Michael is a very gifted chef.  One day we had scrambled eggs with herbs with Vermont cheddar cheese and a peach salsa.  Another day we had pancakes stuffed with some delicious cream.  I love breakfast food, but this was the first genuine gourmet breakfast food I have ever had.  I cannot stress enough how good and high in quality this was.  

    The only drawbacks are the distance and price.  But they're both worth it.  You kind of need a car.  We don't have a car and ended up walking a lot in places with no sidewalks but it was fine.  If it rained we would have been screwed.  And it was a little pricey (15 percent tax in Connecticut good lord) but the breakfasts made up for that.  

    Michael is as good at his job as he could possibly be.  He's like the Michael Jordan of bed and breakfasts.

    31/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Charlie M.
    What a beautiful B&B! Close enough to the attractions in Mystic yet, away from the hustle & bustle of crowds, The Old Mystic Inn is a perfect place for a relaxing stay. Although we were only there for one night it was enough to convince us that a future trip will definitely include a return visit.

    We stayed in the Mark Twain room in the carriage house. The room was cozy and had several Twain related decorative items - including a lovely Twain tea pot. Comfortable, quiet and lots of light available for sitting and reading. The bathroom includes a whirlpool tub that is great for relaxing in after a day of walking and seeing the sights in the area.

    Owner/manager Michael is attentive, friendly and makes a fantastic breakfast to set you on your way.

    We have raved about this B&B to our friends and insisted they stay there if they plan a trip to Mystic. One night here will convince you that the chain motels or hotels are overpriced and cannot offer the accommodations or atmosphere you will find here. And, you cannot compare Michael's amazing stuffed french toast breakfast to the usual boring & bland continental fare offered at the chains.

    Stay here! You will not be disappointed.

    06/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Natalie B.
    A really fantastic bed and breakfast. Mystic is a quaint, quiet little town, and this inn is very exemplary of these qualities.

    Michael is an outstanding chef and host. He cooked unbelievable breakfasts, and made mine vegetarian. He also has snacks and coffee/tea available for all the time. You can do a special package of wine or champagne for your room, but we opted not to. If you want to purchase wine from many of the local vineyards, Michael has wine glasses and cork screws in all the rooms.

    We stayed in the Mark Twain room which included a small whirlpool and a fireplace. Since it is hot, we did not use the fireplace, but the whirlpool was great after walking all over creation during the day.

    There are no TVs in any of the rooms except the main living room area, which for me, was welcome. This inn makes you want to read. Perfect for bookworms and scholars.

    Also, the inn was spotless. I mean, really super clean. All thumbs up.

    03/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Jon D.
    This was my first bed and breakfast experience; I've always avoided them because I'm a little stand-offish, I don't really like meeting fellow travelers, and I generally prefer the known qualities (or lack thereof) of a hotel. But the Old Mystic Inn has made a believer out of me!

    We stayed in the Melville room, on the second floor of the main house, which had the dual selling points of an en suite bathroom and a private porch with its own entrance from the backyard. I really liked that the rooms aren't next to each other, but are separated by sitting rooms and parlors. No shared walls. Very cool. I also liked that no kids are allowed. Our bathroom was really nice, with a strong shower, good toiletries, and plenty of towels. We loved being able to come and go through the back door without traipsing through the house late at night. The bed was very comfortable. Breakfast was peaceful and we didn't have to share a table with anyone else, which made me happy.

    I was really impressed with the attention to detail. A vast array of apparently every brochure for every point of interest in Connecticut; a collection of menus from dozens of local restaurants; copies of all local newspapers; wine glasses and corkscrew in our room; wifi throughout the house; coffee, tea, soda, and lemon poppy seed bread available in the kitchen all day. Michael made reservations for us at the Captain Daniel Packer Inne (see my review) and gave us lots of good tips about how to get around. We really felt like we lived in Mystic, not just that we were visiting for a night. I hope the next B&B I stay at can live up to my new-found expectations. And I'm sure the next chain hotel I stay at will seem like a dungeon by comparison.

    Thanks, Michael! We'll be back soon!

    25/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Erin C.
    This past Christmas my fiance and I took a road trip up the East Coast and we thought it would be fun to try staying in Bed & Breakfasts or Inns along the way instead of the usual chain hotels.  This was our first B&B experience and we LOVED it.  We found the Inn through it's great reviews on Yelp and we completely agree with the rave reviews that everyone has shared.  

    We stayed in the Mark Twain room and it was lovely. It has a private entrance, four poster bed, and a fireplace too!  After driving all day it was very nice and relaxing to rest by the fire with complimentary cake and hot chocolate.  We  were ready for a full day driving again after a great nights sleep in the comfy bed!  

    Before we left, we got to experience Michael's amazing breakfast which many others have raved about as well.  Since this was the week before Christmas the main house was decorated very cute and festive.  We had a stuffed french toast breakfast with sausage, fresh fruit, and a hot cup of coffee right next to the toasty and cozy fireplace.  We continue to rave to our friends how delicious our breakfast was and how much we enjoyed staying at the Inn.

    We would love to come back again and stay longer and see the town, and would absolutely recommend the Inn to anyone looking for somewhere to stay in this area!

    24/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Mariya W.
    My husband and I spent a lovely time at The old Mystic Inn. Mark Twain room. The room was very welcoming and cozy!... Nothing could be better just to relax at the fire place and a hot tube. It is quiet and peaceful here and absolutely great place to get away from the noise and stress of every day life! You should stay here and you will enjoy every minute !

    16/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Stephen H.
    Wife and I had a very nice stay this weekend.  

    Bed: The Mark Twain room was very nice with a fireplace and a comfortable bed, which made it very relaxing and just what we were looking for.  The Innkeeper, Michael, was very nice and helpful - gave us some recommendations of things to see, places to eat, etc.

    Breakfast: oh, breakfast - Stuffed French Toast with strawberries, bananas, cream cheese, and topped with whipped cream and cinnamon and great coffee too - Delicious all around.

    22/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0