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Staying near but not in Mystic

New York
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Staying near but not in Mystic

We have a wedding in Mystic on a July weekend. We can't stay 2 nights and would like to know of a recommendation for a nice place to stay nearby (within 25 minutes drive or so) that might allow for one night and be very clean. Many places look nice in Stonington but all require 2 night minimum. We'd love to get off the beaten path.

Baldwin, New York
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1. Re: Staying near but not in Mystic

You're correct. Summer is high-season in Stonington and Mystic, so it will be difficult, if not impossible to find anyplace that will not require a two-night minimum. How about nearby Groton? This is not a summer "tourist" area, mind you. More urban. But they've got many of the large hotel chains which may just take a reservation for one night. The drive to Mystic is only about 5 miles - very close by either 95 or backroads. Sorry, but I can't think of another nearby town where you could find that type of availability. Good luck

Connecticut
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2. Re: Staying near but not in Mystic

Here are some ideas-

Sometimes if an Inn has in between reservations they will take a one nighter to fill in so I always call to doubke check and not always go by online reservation pages.

If that doesn't work try:

Norwich area there is comfort suites nice and comfortable or courtyard by marriot both near 395 and about 1/2 hr away or a little more depending on where your going. Also try the two casinos foxwoods or mohegan, and you could try ledyard or preston close by towns for a B&B

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