Visitors love exploring the New England History when visiting Mystic. Clapboard homes, widow walks, and whaling ships will most likely be first things checked off your must-visit list. However, be sure to make sure National Historic Landmark B.F. Clyde’s Cider Mill makes it to the top of that list! Nothing says autumn like warm apple cider and […]
Summer may be winding down but that doesn’t mean fun on the water needs to end. A Mystic River Sunset Sail on the Argia can provide a much-needed escape “into the Mystic” during your next visit. The 81’ foot Schooner Sailboat, which docks just over the river from The Whaler’s Inn, has been a long-time […]
Less than a 5-mile drive from Downtown Mystic is Stonington Borough. With all the amazing sites here in Mystic, why get in your car right? Well, if the mood strikes and you decide to take a short trip away from the splendor that is Downtown Mystic, be sure to spend a few hours exploring Stonington […]
5 Best Outdoor Eating (and Drinking) Spots in Downtown Mystic We all know that Mystic is famous for some phenomenal year-round sustenance and hydration. However, when the temps start rising and the patio tables start appearing, the Mystic’s outdoor dining game rivals the best of the best. In honor of the temperature finally approaching a […]
Whaler’s Inn General Manager, Amanda, and Front Desk Associates, Karen & Kristin crushed the Mystic Irish 5K on March 18th! Spring has sprung, or so the calendar tells us (Mother Nature may have other plans), which means it’s time to stop hibernating and enjoy all that Mystic has to offer. Taking a cue from Amanda, […]
Since the 1960’s The Whaler’s Inn has been home to guests looking to see the New England sites, escape from the 9-5 grind (or the house full of kids), catch up and catch their breath, or create a lifetime of family memories. While the establishment has operated as a hotel for over 50 years, however, […]
Welcome to the new and improved Whaler’s Inn site. We want to give you the best experience possible, even before you arrive.