Old Saybrook

Old Saybrook is a city in Connecticut at the mouth of the Connecticut River. Families and tourists enjoy Old Saybrook's beaches, the high quality of restaurants, and the peaceful and serene atmosphere. Many people travel from all over in their high class boats which they dock at the marina next to the ocean. Old Saybrook is where the Connecticut River meets Long Island Sound.

Description: The beautiful Lynde Light in Old Saybrook.


LOCATION Middlesex County, West Side of the Mouth of the Connecticut River, 45 miles from Hartford, 101 miles from New York, 105 miles from Boston, Latitude 41° 17’ N. Longitude 72° 25’W. Town Area – 18.3 square miles, Total Town Roads – 72 miles,

Get in

By plane

It takes about 30 mintues by car to get from the airport to Old Saybrook.

By train

By bus

By car

Get around

See

Do

Whether one desires to take a relaxing stroll on the beach, tour the ocean with a serene boat ride, take a look at fascinating antiques and even go shopping, Old Saybrook is perfect for an entertaining and memorable experience.

Buy

Eat

Old Saybrook offers many different selections of restaurants and types of food. One can enjoy eating on the water or in town. Old Saybrook provides outstanding fresh seafood, Italian, and more.

Drink

Bars are very popular in this area. If you want to enjoy a cocktail with a friend or just sit and relax with a tasty drink, here are some places recommended in Old Saybrook.

Sleep

If your visiting Old Saybrook and need a place to stay. There are a number of hotels and motels in the area:

Connect

Phone: +1 860 395-3123 Hours: Mon – Fri 8:30AM – 4:30PM

Go next

Routes through Old Saybrook

New York City New Haven  SW  NE  New London Providence
Providence Old Lyme  N  S  Clinton New Haven
Providence Old Lyme  N  S  Clinton New Haven
New Haven Clinton  W  E  New London END


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