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Coming Soon:
Renovations in Progress

Taking Reservations July 2024

Nestled along the Connecticut River in the historic town of East Haddam. Features a 1850 historic home previously known as the Brooks Home and Paine House that hosts vegetable & fruit gardens & trees. Enjoy the front porch with a river view or dine on the back deck and patio that features a fire pit. Walk to the Gelston House for dinner and drinks and enjoy a show at the famous Goodspeed Opera House. 

East Haddam


East Haddam offers visitors the opportunity to explore history, art and natural beauty in scenic New England. The town covers 56.6 square miles, including the village of Moodus and five other distinct areas east of the Connecticut River. In addition to the well-known attractions and outdoor recreation areas, visitors will also discover historic homes, scenic views, preserved open space, country roads, unique small businesses and other local treasures. Enjoy a "getaway" in a location that the Nature Conservancy calls "One of the last great places.”

  • Walking Distance To:

  • Goodspeed Opera House

  • Restaurants

  • Shops

  • B&B’s 

  • Entertainment

  • Fitness Gym

  • Library

  • Post Office

  • Church

  • Goodspeed Airport

  • Nathan Hale Schoolhouse

  • The East Haddam Swing Bridge &  Walkway (coming soon)

  • Historic East Haddam Village (revitalization coming soon)


  • Other Area Features:

  • Gillettes Castle

  • Hiking

  • Parks

  • Boating

  • Camping

  • Yankee Cider Co.

  • Staehly Winery


  • Transportation: 

  • Goodspeed Airport

  • Route 9

  • Route 2

  • I-95

  • I-91

  • 2 Hours from NYC, Boston, Providence

  • Ski Mountains, Ocean, City & The Woods


  • Annual Visitors Events:

  • Celebrate East Haddam, May.

  • Music on the River, Monday evenings, mid-July-August.

  • Outdoor theater at Gillette Castle, weekends, early-July through early-August.

  • Fife & Drum Corps Ancient Muster, third Saturday in October.

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