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Avon Old Farms Hotel, surrounded by 20-acres of manicured grounds, brick walkways and colorful flower beds, also displays more than 400 watercolors of Farmington Valley scenes painted by local artists. The 160 spacious, attractive guest rooms were designed and appointed to enhance the comfort of each guest. Each room is furnished with two or four poster beds, air conditioning, remote control televisions with cable and HBO, clock radios, two telephones, voice mail and data ports, irons and ironing boards and blow dryers.

The Centennial Inn, nestled on 12 wooded acres in Farmington Valley, is an all-inclusive suite hotel, conveniently located just 10 minutes from The Hill-Stead Museum. Each one or two-bedroom suite is furnished with colonial decor and has a fully equipped kitchen.

The Simsbury Inn is a combination of corporate sophistication in a country setting that affords you both quality meeting space and access to the New England experience. It is a full service hotel, known for expertise in planning and customizing large corporate meetings and conferences. The cozy, warm guest rooms feature French country-style furnishings and elegant amenities for the business traveler such as 2-line phones, voice mail & dataports
, and many offer scenic views of the valley.

The Steamboat Inn
is a small and intimate luxury Inn on the Mystic River in historic downtown Mystic. Each room has a sitting area, and some have fireplaces. All rooms have whirlpool baths, the convenience of dataports and individually controlled air conditioning and heat. Six of their original decorator designed rooms are on the second level, directly overlooking the Mystic River. The newer, larger suites and rooms are on the dock level, each with a wet bar area.

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