The resort consists of four unique types of lodging accommodations; the Main Building, the East Wing, the Haley Mansion, and the Gate House. Each room on the property is individually decorated with distinctive touches, and the resort has the enviable claim of being the only lodging establishment in Mystic to overlook Mystic Harbor and Fisher’s Island Sound. If you love elegance and want a brief sojourn into a world of turn-of-the-century pampering, come stay with us and experience the Inn at Mystic.
Our main building is centrally located on the property with 51 rooms tastefully decorated with nautical furnishings, designer fabrics and all modern amenities. We offer rooms with both one king bed or two queen beds. Several rooms have wood-burning fireplaces, oversized Jacuzzi bathtubs, and outdoor balconies where you can relax and enjoy the sunrise and sunset.
Atop the hill of our spacious grounds is our 1904 Colonial Revival Mansion surrounded by serene gardens and breathtaking water views of the Mystic Harbor and Fishers Island Sound. The second floor of the Mansion has five beautiful guest rooms adorned with period furnishings, queen-sized beds, wood-burning fireplaces, and balconies. This hillside 1904 Colonial Mansion is surrounded by an orchard on one side with formal gardens, and a pond with a waterfall overlooking the harbor on the other side.
The Gate House was the original guest house of the Haley Mansion when the property was privately owned, and is nestled into the ledges on the back of the property overlooking the orchard and gardens. Offering four intimate guest suites, The Gate House has the romantic distinction of being the hideaway where Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall honeymooned in 1945. These four British Colonial styled guest rooms are furnished with period antiques, original English wood paneling, designer fabrics, wood burning fireplaces, and large whirlpool bathtubs.