- What better way to relax than checking into any one of Connecticut’s luxurious hotels along the shoreline or a cozy B&B?
- Pamper yourself with a visit to the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa in Groton Marriott, I-95 Exit 88,
- or a visit to the Spa at Norwich Inn on Rte. 32. Spend a day with a round of golf.
- Once relaxed and rejuvenated, visit the Stonington Vineyard and sample some of Connecticut’s very own wine selections. Reconnect with an enjoyable and romantic dinner in Connecticut’s quintessential coastal village, Stonington Borough. Be sure to visit the Old Lighthouse Museum, where you can climb to the top for a great view of the ocean.
DRIVING TIP: Total mileage is 43 miles.
Mystic Marriott Hotel & Spa
Georgian-style hotel along Poheganut Reservoir. 285 rooms (four suites), rest., coffee bar, lounge, ent., TV, health club, I pool, Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa.
The Spa at Norwich Inn
Turn-of-the-century country luxury inn with modern resort atmosphere, full-service health spa, and elegant villas. Inn has 49 rooms; 51 villas with kitchen, fireplace, private balcony. Rest., seasonal outdoor dining, lounge, TV, health club, sauna, I & O pools, tennis.
Picturesque vineyards nestled on 58 acres. Wine tasting, art gallery, gift shop.
Old Lighthouse Museum
First government-operated lighthouse in Connecticut (1823), moved in 1840 to present location. Six rooms of changing and permanent exhibits including paintings and artifacts representing activities of a maritime town, Oriental trade, Battle of Stonington, children’s room, tower climb.