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Offering three homes on the Connecticut shoreline as vacation rental properties in Old Saybrook and Guilford for over 10 years, we take great pride in caring for our guests as well as in accommodating and tending to their needs and comfort. Our homes are designed with local art and treasures and reflect our love and passion for decoration, beauty and the creation of aesthetic surroundings which welcome and embrace you.

Our goal is to provide a setting where you, your family and your friends can enjoy, relax and create memories that will last a lifetime. Our reviews testify to this and consistently reveal the happiness and joy our guests have experienced while staying at our properties. Come stay with us and see for yourself what our homes are all about.

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Breathtaking scenery
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Wifi connected
Beach access
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The Cottage

Our beach house cottage is tucked away in a quiet private Connecticut shoreline neighborhood. Bike or flip-flop to our private beach and fishing pier.

Our Cottage boasts a large, private, yard that affords lively games of horseshoes or croquet. Nap or read in a hammock or relax with a cold refreshment under the gigantic trees. Back deck offers a picnic table and grill for hotdogs, hamburgers or lobster.

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The Guilford House

Built in 1860, it was once a button factory and its character has been preserved as our artist's own beautiful spacious 1900 sq ft home.

The house is just a close 10 minute drive away from the beach. Boasting 4 bedroom and 2 bathrooms, this home also includes fully equipped kitchen and a large deck. The house has a large yard which is across from the Meadow River.

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The Nathanial Clark House

Conveniently located in Old Saybrook near the banks of the Oyster River and on the Boston Post Road (US 1).

It was built in 1795 by Nathaniel Clark, a 4th generation descendant of Captain Nathaniel Clark, a famous local seaman. It was at a time when General William Hart built one of the earliest houses in Saybrook, the first settlement on the southern shore of Connecticut.

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