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Located in scenic country setting, Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn is a romantic contemporary 8 bedroom, 7 bath bed & breakfast among Connecticut's most popular tourist attractions. Each room is uniquely furnished with queen beds, antique hardwood floors & furniture. Located on seven beautiful country acres, Abbey's offers plenty of play room for your pet(s). The cottage has private enclosed backyard, perfect for dogs. Continental/full breakfast, mainly for humans.

Location: 780 Lantern Rd, Ledyard Connecticut 06339 Telephone 860-572-0483

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Uncasville) 1851 Guest House
(Ledyard) Abbey's Lantern Hill Inn
(Newport) Abigail Stoneman Inn
(Killingworth) Acorn Bed and Breakfast/Antiques
(Newport) Almy Cottage Bed and Breakfast
(Groton) Applewood Farms Inn B&B

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