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- Red Roof Inn Hartford - Vernon425 Hartford Turnpike, Vernon, CT
The price is $55 per night from Jan 20 to Jan 212.7/5 (18 reviews)
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Hotels in Vernon start at $48 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Vernon Hotel & Travel Guide
Charles Dickens once famously penned the words, “To conceal anything from those to whom I am attached, is not in my nature. I can never close my lips where I have opened my heart.” If he were alive today, we’re sure this sentiment would apply to telling his loved ones about the sensational city in the heart of the Provisions State, Vernon. Hotels in Vernon, CT are sumptuous enough for even the mysterious benefactor in “Great Expectations” and Dickens himself would be flabbergasted to reside in such opulent accommodations.
A light breeze touches your cheek as you stroll down Main Street and Elm Hill Road. Walking through The Talcottville Historic District is like jumping inside your favorite novel. Founded in 1808, your fascination of the 19th century can take root in Vernon as you longingly admire the longstanding stone dam, the Old Talcott Brothers School, and the cotton spinning mill at the heart of the city’s nostalgia. Although much time has passed since the construction of these buildings, the charm and personality exuding from them is present even today. Snap yourself back into modern times by using Vernon rental cars to travel back to your accommodation. Vernon hotels will definitely appeal to rustic romantics, but they also offer contemporary luxuries.
Embark into the brave new world by departing hotels near Vernon, CT in favor of Hartford hotels. Just 14 miles southwest of Vernon, the capital city boasts modern marvels like its grand skyline as well as reliable relics such as the Mark Twain House. Rejoice in the preservation of these historic works and take comfort in knowing that Vernon is a mere 20-minute drive away if you’d like to return to the Talcottville district. For as Dickens himself once wrote, “The pain of parting is nothing to the joy of meeting again.”