Discover New England charm at the Inn at Middletown, nestled in the heart of the Connecticut River Valley. Built in 1810 as a grand residence for the president of Middletown National Bank, and later transformed into a National Guard Armory in 1919, the lovingly restored Inn at Middletown invites guests to enjoy colonial styled accommodations and contemporary services. The award winning Inn at Middletown welcomes guests with our dramatic marbled lobby and stunning two-story curved staircase. Guests will discover a memorable retreat at our luxury boutique hotel.
Middlesex County offers countless activities and attractions for family vacationers. Explore the world of make believe at Kids City, an imaginative children's playplace. Participate in outdoor adventure sports and recreation at Brownstone Exploration & Discovery Park, located less than three miles away. Historic Essex is an alluring New England community nestled on the shores of the Connecticut River. Board the Essex Steam Train and enjoy a memorable trip through the unforgettable autumn foliage.
Convenient to Downtown Middletown
The Inn at Middletown is centrally located in downtown Middletown, Connecticut. Guests will appreciate the hotel's close proximity to the restaurants, shops and entertainment on Main Street. Take a university tour of the Wesleyan University campus, situated only two blocks from the hotel. The nearby cities of Hartford and Cromwell are just a short drive away.
Welcome to the Litchfield Inn, where Exquisite Luxury meets Rustic Charm
The scenic Connecticut countryside forms the perfect setting for the jewel that is the Litchfield Inn. This colonial style retreat blends the enchanting character of small town New England living with the irresistible appeal of exclusive boutiques, artisanal dining, and sumptuously well-appointed guest rooms. This Renaissance of Old New England hospitality is less than two hours from New York City, making it the ideal spot for a quick escape that feels worlds away. Outdoor activities abound in Northwestern Connecticut, including breath-taking hiking trails, and romantic canoe outings in nearby Lake Waramaug. In the colder months, downhill and cross country skiing also join the pastime roster. If you find relaxation more to your taste, try sampling a few of the one-hundred and eighteen hand-selected wines at the Bantam Bistro, or simply pampering yourself with a long soak in a hot bath, accompanied by the finest Aroma Therapy amenities.