The Lighthouse Suite at Saybrook Point Inn: Old Saybrook, CT @Saybrookptinn


 Say brook Point Inn & Spa has been a favorite New England weekend getaway for some time now, so in recent months when they debuted the Lighthouse Suite we were anxious to check it out. Located on the Long Island Sound on a marina, where we witnessed Mega yachts docked alongside fishing boats on a typical warm and crowded summer weekend.

The Lighthouse Suite has a an ample living area, bedroom, kitchen and a small balcony where it is highly recommended to sit outside, with wine in hand, and watch the boats go by. The sunrises are not to be missed as well. The elegant nautical decor of the suite adds to the ambiance and is a private getaway, within a larger hotel property that offers indoor and outdoor pools, fitness center, The Sanno Spa, and the top rated Fresh Salt Restaurant and Marina Bar. Perfect for Honeymooners or just a romantic weekend getaway.

Saybrook Point Inn and Spa has been certified Connecticut’s first green hotel. Committed to protecting the environment the property has an herb garden, which Fresh Salt Chefs use, eco-friendly cleaning products, solar panels, clean cooling systems and free electric car charging stations. Free loaner bikes are available to guests to explore the surrounding area.

Fresh Salt is an award winning restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as an amazing Sunday brunch. Outdoor tables and large windows ,and this year an expanded marina bar and seating along with a fire pit complete the look and feel of a proper upscale New England restaurant.

Saybrook Point Inn & Spa is open year round and hosts several events in the fall and winter around Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s for the entire family. For more info and to book your stay please visit:

2 Bridge Street, Old Saybrook, CT 06475 (860) 265-1792

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