East Haddam, CT, April 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The Boardman House is located in the quaint New England riverfront village of East Haddam, just two hours from New York City and Boston and a short walk from the only two-time Tony Award winning theatre Goodspeed Opera House (goodspeed.org) with world-class Broadway Shows.
The historic New England mansion, offers the casual luxury and charm of an elegant European country house. Built in 1860 by the silversmith Norman S. Boardman, the inn is an exquisite example of Second Empire architecture.
The newly renovated rooms and suites are individually designed and decorated with period antiques and artwork, oriental rugs and rich fabrics. Each accommodation offers luxurious comfort, complete with private porches, king-size beds with comfortable feather topped mattresses and luxurious linens. Breakfast is served in the dining room and is made to order from a breakfast menu including freshly baked artisan breads.
Home to spectacular scenery, East Haddam is considered by many to be a shining gem in the Connecticut shoreline of New England and the Nature Conservancy has designated the Lower Connecticut River Valley as one of the 40 "Last Great Places On Earth".
Rates at The Boardman House start at $195.00 per night based on availability.
For more information please call 860.873.9233 or visit www.boardmanhouse.com
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