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Griswold Inn is located east of Hwy 9 in Essex, this Colonial inn has been in continuous operation since 1776.

This 30-room Inn also has suites, some with fireplaces. Restaurant, in-room refrigerators and pets accepted. Non-smoking rooms available.

Local attractions include: Hamburg Cove, Lower Pond, Upper Pond, Eightmile River, Nehantic State Forest, Uncas Pond, Rogers Lake, Lord Cove, Mill Pond, Bushy Hill Reservoir, Selden Neck State Park, and Gillette Castle State Park.

Location: 36 Main St., Essex Connecticut 06426 Telephone 860-767-1776 Fax 860-767-0481

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(Cheshire) Academy B&B
(South Kingstown) Admiral Dewey Inn
(Branford) Advanced Motel
(Shelton) AmeriSuites Shelton / Corporate Tower
(Stonington) Another Second Penny Inn
(Wethersfield) Atlantic Inn

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