THE HOME is on the National Register of Historic Places. It remains a stately beauty in this 1687 Village. Experience the stone walls and walkways, lush greenery, and a glimpse of life in 1754.
Captain Grant's also includes the Avery Home, adjacent to the main Inn. The Avery Home was built in 1790 and is also on the National Register of Historic Places. It is the home where the Holly and Margaret Rooms are located. Both of these rooms feature wood burning fireplaces. Holly has a whirlpool tub.
To complete your options for a vacation experience, Captain Grant’s has acquired the Stagecoach Inn built in 1790. The Inn, a repose for travelors in days past is now a short term vacation rental. The 1st and 2nd floors can be rented seperately or together depending on your needs. Go to www.rentstagecoachinn.com
EACH GUEST ROOM features a full private bath, color cable television, air conditioning and complimentary sherry. Rooms may also feature canopy beds, fireplaces, and authentic open-beamed ceilings. In the evening, enjoy a glass of wine "compliments of Captain Grant's". After a wonderful night's sleep, you'll be greeted with a full country breakfast with coffee, tea, juice, meats, muffins, fresh fruit, fancy eggs, pancakes, American fries and a variety of breads. Homemade gourmet jellies and jams (our exclusive recipe) are a special treat. A computer is now available for guest use in our library.
As you enter Historic Poquetanuck Village there is a cove leading out to the sea. This is the cove where Captain Grant set sail for Honduras laden with grist to be traded for Mahogany. Poquetanuck Cove is one of the many scenes that make this area so beautiful. It is a National protected area due to rare bird species. Canoes anc kayaks are allowed on the cove.
THE INN is part of a quaint New England village with easy access to all area attractions, including Foxwoods (world's largest casino), the Mohegan Sun Casino, and the famous Seaport and Aquarium in the nearby Village of Mystic, Stonington Vineyards, the Coast Guard Academy, and the Naval Submarine Museum (where you can go aboard the Nautilus). Fly fishing, sea fishing, ice skating, ocean beaches and Gillette Castle. We are within a ten minute ride to three golf courses. Upon arrival at Captain Grant's, you will be provided with an area map showing these and other nearby attractions. Menus for area restaurants are also available and the innkeepers will assist in making dinner reservations.
To experience the true charm of New England, spend your next vacation or business trip at Captain Grant's, 1754. May you return home with the fondest of memories.