The unique atmosphere at Abbey's doesn't end with our guestrooms. Guests are welcome to enjoy a game of croquet on our expansive grounds, grill up some dinner in our dining pergola and share stories and toasted marshmallows over out fire pit.
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Our Picks: Must-See Local Attractions
The quintessential fall activity. The oldest steam-powered apple cider mill in the country. Opened in 1881 and is a National Historic Landmark. Apple cider here is made the same way it was back then. It is some of the most fresh and delicious cider you will ever taste. In addition... Learn more
Site of the Battle of Groton Heights, Connecticut’s largest Revolutionary War Battle, this is a state park and also on the National Register of Historic Places. On September 6, 1781, British Forces, commanded by the infamous local traitor Benedict Arnold, captured the fort and massacred 88... Learn more
“The Museum of America and the Sea, is a living history maritime museum situated along the banks of the Mystic River in Mystic. It is notable both for its collection of sailing ships and boats, and for the re-creation of crafts and fabric of an entire 19th century seafaring village. It... Learn more
A Smithsonian-affiliated museum dedicated to the pre-European inhabitants of this region. Highlights include exhibits about the last ice age, what a caribou hunt looked like 11,000 years ago, a walk-through a 16th-century woodland Pequot village, a 17th-century Pequot fort, and an outdoor 18th-... Learn more