Spring Hill Inn
A charming pet free guest house
Spring Hill Inn is a charming guest house, c. 1734.
Yankee Magazine Editors' Choice Award for Best of New England 2019
noted for "Best Historic Vibe"
We are located one mile south of the University of Connecticut at 957 Storrs Road, Storrs, CT.
We are smoke free and pet free.
We have ample free parking.
We welcome all our fellow travelers, every race, faith, gender, and sexual orientation.
Be our Guest!
Our 6 guest rooms feature the same Down Comforters we have in our own home. It's the only down that uses the Hyperclean washing process. We are confident you will feel cozy and pampered in these beds!
Each guest room has a private bathroom.
Book a room with us at Spring Hill Inn.
Free Wifi is accessible in each of the guest rooms and the guest lounge.
The lounge is a quiet space for you to enjoy, prepare for the day, use your laptop, or visit with friends.
Breakfast items consists of coffee and tea selections including Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts, Bigelow, Twinings, and Tazo, baked goods, fresh fruit, greek yogurts, and oatmeal.
Services are limited due to COVID
We include aromatherapy essential oils to enhance your experience.
You can count on ample plush towels, fluffy pillows and comfy bedding for your stay.
Each room has a Smart HDTV for local and national networks or login to your personal suppliers.
The perennial gardens are wonderful. May is beautiful!
Feel free to stroll to the stone patio.
Room 1, The Sweethearts Room
THINGS TO SEE & DO
Visit Sharpe Hill Vineyard, the award winning winery of Connecticut's Quiet Corner!
The theater offers a fabulous summer series of plays and musicals. It is located behind Jorgensen on the lower level adjoining the Art Gallery.
Just about one mile north is the downtown area offering many restaurants, UCONN bookstore, Health Services, a grocery and shops.
Enjoy UCONN sports events and have a local and convenient room for your stay a couple miles from Gampel Pavilion.
Center for Performing Arts is just a few miles from the Inn.
Each year, the Guild produces six Main Stage productions ranging from comedies to dramadies, to murder mysteries to musicals.