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Originally The Riverside Inn in East Haddam, it was first built in 1736 by Jabez Chapman. Guests can enjoy a spectacular view of the scenic Connecticut River.

Six rooms (3 suites), restaurant, and lounge are available. Continental breakfast.

>Local attractions include: Connecticut River, Homestead State Park, Goodspeed Opera House, Chapman Pond, Basham Lake, Gillette Castle State Park, Selden Neck State Park, and Haddam Meadows State Park.

Location: 8 Main Street, East Haddam Connecticut 06423 Telephone 860-873-1411

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(South Kingstown) Admiral Dewey Inn
(Branford) Advanced Motel
(Shelton) AmeriSuites Shelton / Corporate Tower
(Stonington) Another Second Penny Inn
(Wethersfield) Atlantic Inn

03/18 Coming to The East Haddam area
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