Chester has just one place to stay. So if you're looking to stay a short drive from Chester's downtown area, it is recommended you book early.
The Saybrook Point Inn and Spa, Connecticut, which is the closest accommodation option, can be found 11 miles (17 kilometers) from the city center of Chester. Alternatively, why don't you investigate the Inn at Middletown, located in Connecticut, which is 14 miles (22 kilometers) from the town center.
9 miles (14 kilometers) from central Chester, you can find the Captain Stannard Bed and Breakfast Country Inn. The Copper Beech Inn is situated 5 miles (8 kilometers) away. Another option is to check out the amenities and rates at the Tidewater Inn or the Bee and Thistle Inn.
After you've enjoyed Chester, make the trip to investigate the many natural and cultural attractions of the Coastal Connecticut area. Photographers will fall in love with Coastal Connecticut's beaches and coastal plains. You should also spend time at a few of the region's lighthouses. Enlightened travelers in this corner of United States of America love hiking, cycling and shore fishing.
When you are in Old Saybrook, save some time to visit the Essex Island Marina and spend a night in Essex, which is situated 6 miles (9 kilometers) to the southeast of the town center of Chester. The The Griswold Inn and Quality Inn Old Saybrook - Westbrook are among the choices.
Simply because you and your family are traveling, shouldn't mean that you can't indulge in your love of a day watching sports. Yale Bowl is situated 25 miles (41 kilometers) to the west of Chester. Enlightened travelers that hope to find a hotel close to the action should check out the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale or the Courtyard New Haven at Yale.
For the modern traveler traveling through Tweed - New Haven Regional Airport, you might find it convenient to stay at New Haven Village Suites, or La Quinta Inn & Suites New Haven, which are each conveniently located nearby.