Waterfront dining and interesting doors, my favorite recipe for a perfect afternoon. After a doctor’s appointment for my father in New Haven, we drove east along the Connecticut shore in search of waterside dining. As good fortune would have it, we happened across the Fresh Salt Restaurant at the Saybrook Inn & Spa.
While the skies looked a little gloomy that day, the weather was quite comfortable for dining alfresco. After a satisfying lunch, we took a stroll around the Inn, and it was love at first sight when I spotted two stunning homes with doors galore, the Tall Tales, and Three Stories Guest Houses. I’m definitely keeping this place in mind for my next summer-time visit to Connecticut.
Inspiration: Thursday Doors.
6 thoughts on “Saybrook Point Guest House Doors”
A toss up as to which one to stay at. Live the patterned roof of the first, but the elegant beauty of the three storeys of the second is stunning. Great doors, too!
Thanks, Debi. Agree, it’s a toss up between the two places. Right now, I’d love to be chilling in either one!!
That is one of the prettiest areas along the CT shore. Great photos!
Thank you, Dan. This was a new discovery for me. Quite a lovely and peaceful spot. I usually head to the state beaches or further east on the CT shore.
These are wonderful. I could see myself enjoying a few days or R & R in either one. Nice finds 🙂
Thank you, Norm. I wouldn’t mind being there right now!