The Boardman House
- East Haddam's Boardman House is located right on the Connecticut River. This historic white three-story inn was constructed in the late 1800s, and has a colonial charm to its three rooms and suites. Each room has its own theme, furnished with antique oriental rugs, handcrafted artwork and French linens. Two rooms have private porches, and all rooms come with private baths and English-imported toiletries. Local dining options include Snowdoggies, Sanibel Farm House and the Blue Oar.
- East Haddam's Bishopsgate Inn is family owned and operated, and has been since the hotel's opening in the mid-1960s. The facility, built in 1818, offers six distinct guest rooms, each with colonial antiques, four-poster beds, wooden floors and wireless Internet. The inn is within walking distance to Haddam attractions like River Wind Antiques and the River Tavern. Nearby restaurants include La Vita Gustosa, Lupo, Gelston House Restaurant and Haddam Pizza.
- The Riverwind Inn, located in nearby Deep Center, Connecticut, is a historic bed and breakfast. The inn offers guests above-average hospitality, from a free, country-style breakfast each morning to complementary sherry to peaceful patios and porches. Rooms at the Riverwind include amenities like vintage furniture, lofted wooden ceilings, beautiful stonework and antique hardwood floors. The inn bars guests under the age of 13 to preserve the Riverwind's peaceful atmosphere. Local eateries include Pizzeria Davinci, Kristen's, the Whistle Stop and Deep River Pizza.
Cooper Beech Inn
- The Cooper Beech Inn, found in nearby Ivorytown, Connecticut, is a luxurious, intimate hotel with 22 cozy rooms. The inn, located minutes away from the Connecticut River Valley's historic towns, is an AAA four-diamond hotel with an award-winning eatery -- Copper Beech Restaurant -- as well as the fashionable Brasserie Pip. Rooms at the inn come standard with amenities like private baths and vintage furnishings. Besides the inn's famous in-house restaurant, local eateries include Bun on the Run, Ivorytown Tavern Cafe and Gabrielle's.