Captain Stannard House Inn in Westbrook, Connecticut, USA

Hosts: Mary & Jim – Rates: ($USD): $150-$220/night/double – Accommodations: 9 guest rooms – Address: 138 South Main Street, Westbrook, CT 06498 USA – Telephone: (860) 399-4634 – Website

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General Information: Welcome to The Captain Stannard House … abundant in history, charm and space. We are located in quaint Westbrook on the Connecticut shoreline and offer casual country elegance combined with informality, and a light, friendly attitude. We welcome business travelers to their home away from home, romantic getaways, vacationers, as well as, large group events including weddings.

Uniquely furnished nine guest rooms offer comfortable queen beds, freshly pressed linens, private baths, desks and sitting areas. Our warm and inviting dining room seats 30 guests. Linger by the fire in our spacious great room or captain’s room with your morning coffee or evening glass of wine. Relax on our 80’ south porch which overlooks the lovely gardens and gazebo.

  • Nine charming, guestrooms all furnished with stylish antiques
  • Each room has private bath, desks, sitting areas, climate controls
  • Comfortable queen beds with freshly pressed linens
  • Stocked mini-fridge with refreshments
  • Elegant dining room with baby grand piano
  • Fireplaces
  • Spacious Great Room with regulation pool table
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout Inn
  • Library with PC station:  lap top, scanner, fax, copier, printer
  • Guest refrigerator
  • Coded outside entry
  • Cable in rooms
  • Train pick-up and return

Reviews: “I couldn’t have hit the jackpot better! Stumbling onto your B&B was the “BEST” part of my trip to Connecticut.

“For our first time experience in a Bed and Breakfast much thanks. We had an excellent, warm, casual and homey experience. We will remember it fondly.”

“What a wonderful Inn!! Everywhere we turn, there is more beauty. The charm, warmth, and the special serenity of the Captain Stannard House remains and grows. Oh what a joyful feeling.”