Hotels in Glastonbury start at $62 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
When you think of New England, conjure up images of sun-kissed fruit and smiling until your cheeks hurt. Spend your days strolling through tree-lined orchards—of which there are many in Glastonbury—in search of the perfect apple, blueberry, cherry, or pumpkin and reaping the rewards of your harvest by turning your selection into a fresh jam to bring home. Yes, leisurely days in New England can be as blissful as a Norman Rockwell painting. This will all become clear to you after booking your stay at hotels in Glastonbury, CT.
Your favorite jam recipe has been in your family for decades, if not longer. While you have full faith in your great-great-great-grandmother’s ability to devise prize-winning cooking creations, you feel it’s best to give the locals a shot to compete as well. With this fair notion you storm the streets of Glastonbury. In your haste to get to the local diner, don’t forget to stop and admire the charming architecture that dominates the downtown district. Serene brick buildings and a majestic fountain on display in Glastonbury Center are enough to make you feel as though you’ve been transported somewhere that operates on warmth and goodness. As you arrive at the diner and order the classics—black coffee and homemade bread with boysenberry jam—you take a bite and realize that perhaps your long-gone grandmother wasn’t the only one who knew how to whip up something simply delicious. Go ahead, buy a jar or two to take home to your loved ones. The staff at hotels near Glastonbury, CT certainly won’t tell your family you prefer the local fare.
You’ll find the service and amenities at Glastonbury hotels to be as sweet and pure as a batch of homemade jam. Before your sugar buzz wears off, use Glastonbury rental cars to drive 11 miles northwest to the state’s capital, Hartford. Life will be a bit more bustling in the big city, but you’ll find settling into Hartford hotels as refreshing as a freshly picked cherries.