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Located just west of I-91 on Sebethe Dr. is the Holiday Inn in Cromwell

This 145-room with contemporary lobby, well-equipped rooms, 41 with whirlpools. Restaurant, cocktail lounge, gym, heated pool and business services offered. In-room amenities include coffeemakers, microwaves, refrigerators and senior discounts. Non-smoking rooms also available.

Local attractions include: Cromwell Meadows Wildlife Area, Millanes Pond, Wangunk Meadows Wildlife Area, Meshomasic State Forest, the Connecticut River, and Coginchaug River.

Location: 4 Sebethe Dr., Cromwell Connecticut 06416 Telephone 860-635-1001

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

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