The Boardman House Inn, A Connecticut Retreat
The Boardman House Inn opened in 2010 in East Haddam, Connecticut, positioned two hours from New York City or Boston for easy getaways. The inn is a historic New England mansion, which was originally built in 1860 for the silversmith Norman S. Boardman as his family's home. The newly renovated rooms and suites are decorated with period antiques and artwork, oriental rugs and rich fabrics. Room have private porches and king-size beds with feather topped mattresses and luxurious linens. All accommodations have private en-suite baths with heated marble floors and modern conveniences like air conditioning, complimentary wireless Internet access and flat screen televisions. Breakfast is made to order from an extensive breakfast menu, and is served in the dining room. Rates are between $195 and $295.