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Mermaid Inn of Mystic

Located in Historic Mystic, Connecticut

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About Mermaid Inn of Mystic


Mermaid Inn of Mystic is an enchanting Victorian Italianate home in the heart of historic downtown Mystic, Connecticut. Located in a quiet residential area, you can relax along the inn's shaded wrap-around porch, and enjoy scenic views of Mystic River.

We offer four unique rooms, with original art work from Jennifer Wolcin, one of Mystic's premier artists. Our accommodations feature cozy beds, private baths, and wonderful views of Mystic. In addition, each room has the amenities you require for an unforgettable stay, including a mini-fridge, flat-screen TV, air-conditioning and ceiling fan, large windows to let in plenty of sunlight. And, if you need more room, you can rent the entire inn.

All in all, Mermaid Inn of Mystic is the perfect place for a romantic getaway or weekend escape. For more information, give us a call. We look forward to meeting you!
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Accommodations


At Mermaid Inn of Mystic, we offer four charming guest rooms with private baths, air-conditioning and ceiling fans, flat-screen TVs, and WiFi. And, when you stay with us, you can also take advantage of our convenient off-street parking. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or comments.
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Mermaid Room

First floor room, with a queen bed, ensuite bath with Italian granite shower and bidet. Just steps away from our porch swing.
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Blue Room

Second floor room, with a queen bed, ensuite bath with Italian granite shower and bidet, and cool Mystic River breezes.
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Rose Room

Second floor room, with a queen bed, ensuite bath with Italian granite shower and bidet. Art work by Jennifer Wolcin.
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Ivory Room

Second floor room, with California king bed or two twin beds. Private bath with jetted tub and shower. Light and airy atmosphere.
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About Mystic


If you've never visited Mystic, you're in for a real treat. Originally settled in the 1600s, Mystic was once a busy shipbuilding village. Nestled alone the Mystic River, the village also provided safe harbor to passing ships.

Today, the Mystic retains the look and feel of it's maritime past and adds numerous unique places and activities for locals and visitors to enjoy, making the town one of New England's premier tourist destinations. You can visit the internationally known Mystic Seaport Museum, one of the world's premier maritime museums. Mystic Seaport has a number of National Historic Landmark ships, including the whaleship Charles W. Morgan. Another attraction you won't want to miss is Mystic Aquarium. Considered one of Connecticut's best attractions, the aquarium features up-close interactions with rays, sharks, and starfish.

If you'd like to learn more about Mystic's unique attractions, visit our Thing to Do page, or book a stay at Mermaid Inn of Mystic, and see why our area is one Connecticut's premier vacation destinations.
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Dining Near Mystic


Mystic and the surrounding area has numerous excellent restaurants, bars, and pubs. Many of the best dining establishments are in historic downtown Mystic. In the mood for fresh seafood? Try the Oyster Club, just a half-mile from Mermaid Inn of Mystic. At the Oyster Club, you can enjoy some of the best seafood in the New England area. Their menu is updated daily and features seasonal delicacies. Want to relax in an Irish pub setting and watch a game? Drop by Friar Tuck's Tavern, the only sports bar in downtown Mystic. You can also enjoy live music and excellent entrees and appetizers when you stop by Friar Tuck's Tavern.

For more information on dining opportunities in the Mystic area, check out our Restaurants page, or give us a call. We'll be happy to make suggestions and recommendations.
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Reviews

This Inn is so beautiful. It was a wonderful getaway for my husband and I. Parking is off street. We stayed in the blue room, which is so pretty with its beautiful blue color scheme and murals of mermaids and sea creatures. Breakfast is absolutely delicious. The owner's homemade yogurt and granola is delicious. Top it off with fruit and you are in heaven. In the evening, you can relax on the porch swing or have some smores out by the fire pit. There is even a hammock out in the beautiful garden. The owner is both sweet and accommodating. We enjoyed our stay there immensely and will be back.
Perfect for a peaceful getaway! Cindy S, TripAdvisor
Mermaid Inn has all the things I hope for in B&B but rarely get. The location is good first off - 5 min walk to the drawbridge and fun downtown area. Parking. Rooms are nice. The breakfast menu is great and food prepared well. The big wrap around porch has a beautiful gazebo looking part to eat it in. There's other nice hangout spots on that porch including a swing seat. And then just lots of little nice attention to detail things. Brownies and popcorn when I was there for arriving guests, keurig coffee machine you can help yourself anytime... you can tell it's a smart, thoughtful owner who still cares and I loved it.
This place is excellent. Curtis S, TripAdvisor
op notch stay with Josephine. She is the most gracious and engaging host. The room was warm, welcoming with a beautiful bathroom. Sitting on the front porch swing was a wonderful way to conclude the evening. Perfect walking distance to downtown shopping and a short walk to the seaport. Morning breakfast on the veranda started the day off right. Don’t miss an opportunity to stay here.
Perfect accommodations and location. Andra E, TripAdvisor