Enter with me to tour part two of Sayrbook Point Inn & Spa. See it’s charm, comfort and its atmosphere.
Whether you’re looking to relax or to be active, you can find it at Saybrook Inn & Spa. My mom and I went away here for Mother’s Day and honestly, with me leaving 5 kids at home and my mom leaving a lot of work behind, we were looking for comfort and relaxation and we found it. I met another mom and her daughter at the Inn and they were playing mini golf nearby, went biking and shopping while they were there. So see, you can definitely find either one!
When you walk in to the main inn, you’re going to say something like “Wow!” or “Ooohh, how beautiful!” We were greeted by David who took our bags, made notice from our license plate that we were from NH, asked us how our ride was. He was a handsome young man, with a warm smile who made us feel welcome right away! One thing I loved about David is that he asked us our names and over the weekend when he saw us, he spoke to us using our names. He was just as friendly and warm with other guests as well.
David brought us and our luggage to our room and explained some of the hotel ammenities as well as some history to us along the way.
Now, when you get into your room, you’re going to repeat the same “Wow and Ooohhs” as you did when you enter you entered the inn. The rooms are simply elegant. I later took a tour and got to see several of the other rooms and came to the conclusion that not all rooms are the same. There’s something a little different to each room. The rooms are all spacious. Most all rooms have a wood burning fireplace, the bathrooms are stunning, with some having large whirlpool bathtubs. The beds were so comfy with lots of pillows which I love. I honestly didn’t mind if mom and I stayed in our room the entire time of our visit. I had found my haven!
We didn’t stay in our room though, of course. We enjoyed the outdoor pool, indoor pool, took a walk along the marina, sat out at the patio, had a spa morning at Sanno Spa and enjoyed wonderful meals at Fresh Salt.
As I’m writing this, I’m wishing I could tap my heels three time and find myself back at Saybook Point Inn!
Ah, okay, where was I? Mom and I enjoyed some time in the Sanno Spa. It was buzzing with ladies in their robes sipping tea or infused water, very happy that they’d be getting an all about them morning. The waiting room, the powder room, the pedicure room, all had unique touches and details. I loved the glass-like foot baths!
Whether you have breakfast in the dining room, dinner out at the patio fire or lunch by the pool, you’ll enjoy every presentation and taste put before you at Fresh Salt Restaurant. The care and time is evident on each plate the chefs prepare.
I felt so blessed to be able to share Mother’s Day Brunch at Fresh Salt. When I walked in the ball room, I just observed everyone’s reaction. It was moving was the consensus I heard repeatedly and truly it was!
Saybrook Inn & Spa and Fresh Salt Restaurant host many company events as well as weddings most every weekend. After the Mother’s Day presentation I was present at, I see that this would be a dream come true for many brides.
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Disclosure: ECP brings you this review in trade from a past stay at the inn. As always, all opinions are our own. Saybrook Point Inn & Spa has the ECP stamp of approval!