The Wallingford Victorian Inn

 Innkeepers / Posted 1 year ago by the CHN / 692 views

New England Victorian with midwestern hospitality Small town comfort conveniently located along Connecticut’s I-91 corridor. Queen Anne victorian home has oversized rooms with eclectic furnishings and a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Three room suites provide additional sleeping for families traveling together, or extra space for extended stays. Modern amenities include updated bathrooms, free in-room cable TV and internet access. Main Street offers historic structures, prominent homes, shops, cafes, and churches. Local events include Broadway shows or concerts. Nearby national treasures include the Peabody Museum, Yale University, and Mark Twain’s home. Parks, orchards, wineries, golf courses, and ski trails offer old fashioned outdoor fun all year long.

Legacy Membership Level : Bronze
Legacy Membership Expiration : 2016-06-30
Owners : Kenni Ball
Continent : North America
Add Interested : No
Number of Rooms : 5
checkin : 3:30 - 8:30 pm
checkout : 11:00:00
Highest Rate : 175.00 doble occupancy Nightly - High Season Apr - Nov / Christmas week
High Rate Deci : 175
Lowest Rate : 99
Low Rate Deci : 99
Currency Accepted : USD
tax : 12.00%
Payment Types Accepted : ~Visa~~Mastercard~~Discover~Cash - Bank Check
Other Payment Types : No
room comments : Samuel Suite - First floor queen bed, corner Jacuzzi tub Georgianna Suite - Second floor, king bed, sitting room with tower alcove, private balcony Margaret Room - Second floor, queen bed, fireplace, whirlpool tub, private balcony Elizabeth Room - Third floor, queen bed Charles Room - Third floor, full bed Taber - Third floor, furnished apartment available at special rates by week or month
blackouts : None
posted : 22/03/06 12:35
Status : Active
Emergency Lodge : Yes
Emergency Terms : Advance notice, subject to availability and size of family.
Latitude : 41.4574803
Longitude : -72.8155836
Authorized Editor : Kenni Ball
State : Connecticut
City : Wallingford
Long Term Stay Available : No