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The idyllic seaside town of Old Saybrook located on the Connecticut shoreline overlooking the Long Island Sound is the perfect place for your seaside escape. Saybrook Point Inn, Marina & Spa offers water view rooms, most with private balconies, and luxurious comforts for a relaxing getaway. Recently added to the inn are two unique luxurious guesthouses offering accommodations for up to 16 people making it a perfect space for a reunion, girls' getaway, or spa retreat. Guests also can choose from the spectacular Lighthouse Suite, voted "Most Romantic Place to Stay" by
Relax in the full service Sanno Spa with a pampering organic facial or massage therapy treatment. Sanno offers guests the ultimate in relaxation and tranquility. The spa experience is completed with the inn's two year-round pools, a sauna jacuzzi, and steam room as well as a full-service fitness club and yoga room.
Foodies will love the onsite award-winning seaside restaurant, Fresh Salt, with outdoor dining, an outdoor fire bar, and a Marina Bar. Voted "Best Sunday Brunch & Best Waterview Dining" by
Connecticut Magazine, Fresh Salt offers seasonal menus with the freshest local ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and an amazing Sunday brunch, Fresh Salt has a reputation for great food and service with a great water view.
Beachgoers will enjoy the complimentary passes to the nearby town beach offered by the inn, or guests may choose to grab a complimentary bicycle for exploring the scenic routes and the nearby Main Street for strolling and shopping. Other activities in the area include nearby golf courses, paddle boarding, and kayaking, art museums, hiking trails, and Essex Steam Train, just to name a few.
Saybrook Point recently renovated its meeting and event space, offering a versatile option for set-up with a spectacular backdrop for corporate meetings or team-building events. With the convenient location of the inn just two hours from New York, the Lighthouse Gallery provides the perfect location for a classic coastal wedding. Saybrook Point has been providing a place for celebrations and events for more than 30 years with professorial planners on staff to handle the details. Whether a bride dreams of hosting an intimate exchange of vows overlooking the majestic marina at sunset or a formal ceremony in the breathtaking Lighthouse gallery, Saybrook has the ideal space for weddings in all seasons.
This story and photographs were provided by Saybrook Point Inn, Marina & Spa, located at 2 Bridge Street, Old Saybrook. For more information, call 855-311-6518 or visit saybrook.com.
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