Accommodations

ACCOMMODATIONS

GUEST ROOMS

Each bedroom is individually designed and appointed for comfort. Each room has personal climate control and is spacious enough for just the right-size desk an easy sitting chair and full access to high speed Internet.

ROOM #1 – DENCY POST STANNARD

Dency Post Stannard was Captain Stannard’s mother and closest link to ancestral fame. She was related through the eighth generation to John Alden and Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower.

king bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #2 – KENILWORTH STEVENS

Stannard ancestor Thomas Stevens was one of the founders of Westbrook’s neighboring town of Kenilworth (later renamed Clinton) in 1663.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #3 – THE SCOTLAND

In 1862, the prototype steamship Scotland was the first of its kind to sail between China and San Francisco under Captain Stannard’s command.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #4 – CHLOE CHAPMAN

Captain Stannard’s great-grandmother Chloe Chapman was the great-granddaughter of Reverend Thomas Buckingham, one of the ten founders of Yale College

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #5 – THE NUTMEGGER

‘Nutmegger’ dates from colonial times as a nickname for Connecticut residents. Originally meant as an insult, it is now considered by many as endearing.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #6 – CAPTAIN JEDEDIAH POST

Captain Jedediah Post, Captain Stannard’s grandfather, described as a man of “great force and energy of character,” was a Justice in Saybrook, the parent town of Westbrook.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #7 – THE STATELY TWIN

Captain Stannard’s ancestral links to the Mayflower include his grandfather, Lay Stannard, and his grandfather’s twin sister, Jemima

Twin beds, large windows, high ceiling, shared bathroom* with tub/shower.

****Room 7 & 10 are adjacent to each other sharing a bathroom directly across the hall.***

ROOM #8 – BARQUE DANIEL WEBSTER

In 1859, Captain Stannard and his bride, Harriet, took their wedding tour on the barque Daniel Webster around Cape Horn to Asia.

Queen bed, large windows, high ceiling, bathroom with shower ensuite.

ROOM #9 – DAVID BUSHNELL

The most famous vessel associated with the town of Westbrook is the Turtle, the world’s first submarine, invented by Westbrook-native David Bushnell. He called it the Turtle because of its look in the water. His idea of using water as ballast for submerging and raising his submarine is still in use, as is the screw propeller, which was used in Turtle. A full-sized model of the Turtle is on display at the U.S. Navy Submarine Force Library and Museum in Groton, Connecticut.

This room is on the second floor, it includes a king bed, large windows, high ceiling and ensuite bathroom with shower.

ROOM #10 – CHARTER OAK

Connecticut’s State Tree is a beloved symbol of the spiritual strength and love of freedom that inspired our Colonial forebears in their militant resistance to tyranny.

Queen Bed , large windows, high ceiling, shared bathroom* with shower. The Shared bathroom is with room 7.

****Room 7 & 10 are adjacent to each other sharing a bathroom directly across the hall.***

ROOM #11 – CAPTAIN SUITE

King Bed, Private Bedroom, Full Bathroom with step in shower, access from both bedroom and living room. Large Living Room with Pullout Sleeper Sofa, Guest Fireplace, Coffee Bar, Mini Fridge, TV in Living Room & Bedroom, Dining Table

Room #1 DENCY POST STANNARD

Room #1 – DENCY POST STANNARD

Dency Post Stannard was Captain Stannard’s mother and closest link to ancestral fame. She was related through the eighth generation to John Alden and Priscilla Mullins of the Mayflower.

king bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #2 - KENILWORTH STEVENS

Room #2 – KENILWORTH STEVENS

Stannard ancestor Thomas Stevens was one of the founders of Westbrook’s neighboring town of Kenilworth (later renamed Clinton) in 1663.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #3 - THE SCOTLAND

Room #3 – THE SCOTLAND

In 1862, the prototype steamship Scotland was the first of its kind to sail between China and San Francisco under Captain Stannard’s command.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #4 - CHLOE CHAPMAN

Room #4 – CHLOE CHAPMAN

Captain Stannard’s great-grandmother Chloe Chapman was the great-granddaughter of Reverend Thomas Buckingham, one of the ten founders of Yale College

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #5 - THE NUTMEGGER

Room #5 – THE NUTMEGGER

‘Nutmegger’ dates from colonial times as a nickname for Connecticut residents. Originally meant as an insult, it is now considered by many as endearing.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #6 - CAPTAIN JEDEDIAH POST

Room #6 – CAPTAIN JEDEDIAH POST

Captain Jedediah Post, Captain Stannard’s grandfather, described as a man of “great force and energy of character,” was a Justice in Saybrook, the parent town of Westbrook.

Queen bed, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #7 - THE STATELY TWIN

Room #7 – THE STATELY TWIN

Captain Stannard’s ancestral links to the Mayflower include his grandfather, Lay Stannard, and his grandfather’s twin sister, Jemima

Twin beds, large windows, high ceiling, shared bathroom* with tub/shower.

****Room 7 & 10 are next to each other with the bathroom directly outside the door.***

Room #8 - BARQUE DANIEL WEBSTER

Room #8 – BARQUE DANIEL WEBSTER

In 1859, Captain Stannard and his bride, Harriet, took their wedding tour on the barque Daniel Webster around Cape Horn to Asia.

Queen bed, large windows, high ceiling, bathroom with shower ensuite.

Room #9 - David Bushnell

Room #9 – DAVID BUSHNELL

The most famous vessel associated with the town of Westbrook is the Turtle, the world’s first submarine, invented by Westbrook-native David Bushnell. He called it the Turtle because of its look in the water. His idea of using water as ballast for submerging and raising his submarine is still in use, as is the screw propeller, which was used in Turtle. A full-sized model of the Turtle is on display at the U.S. Navy Submarine Force Library and Museum in Groton, Connecticut.

This room is on the second floor, it includes a king bed, large windows, high ceiling and ensuite bathroom with shower.

Room #10 - CHARTER OAK

Room #10 – CHARTER OAK

Connecticut’s State Tree is a beloved symbol of the spiritual strength and love of freedom that inspired our Colonial forebears in their militant resistance to tyranny.

King Bed , large windows, high ceiling, shared bathroom* with shower. The Shared bathroom is with room 7.

****Room 7 & 10 are next to each other with the bathroom directly outside the door.***

Room #11 - CAPTAIN SUITE

Room #11 – CAPTAIN SUITE

King Bed, Private Bedroom, Full Bathroom with step in shower, access from both bedroom and living room. Large Living Room with Pullout Sleeper Sofa, Guest Fireplace, Coffee Bar, Mini Fridge, TV in Living Room & Bedroom, Dining Table