Yankee Pedlar Inn - Torrington41.80234, -73.12139
Yankee Pedlar Inn is a fine option to stay in Hartford.
The property lies within 9 km from Litchfield Historical Society Museum.
A short walk to a valley and a wildlife park as well as ski areas.
Yankee Pedlar Inn can be reached in 45 minutes by car from Bradley International airport.
Yankee Pedlar Inn welcomes guests to beautiful rooms where they can use free Wi-Fi, a safe, a sofa, a work desk and IDD phone. They have a modern interior.
Eat & Drink
Guests can enjoy American cuisine in Bogeys Restaurant and Pub located 50 meters away.
Guests at Yankee Pedlar Inn are offered to use free self-parking and a safe deposit box as well as 24-hour front desk, porter service and wake up service.
Active travelers will appreciate a gym and a fitness center available on site.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Public parking is possible on site for free.
Number of rooms: 60.
Late check-in/ -out
Bar/ Lounge area
Sports & Fitness
- Fitness centre
- Car rental
- Wake up service
- Bell staff/Porter
- Continental breakfast
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Business centre
Spa & Leisure
- Swimming pool
- Ironing facilities
- Hair dryer
- Direct dial telephone
- City landmarks
It was a great location in the centre of town. Old, with a bit of history and much more interesting than a motel. Restaurant and bar were very adequate. Good car parking at the rear and Torrington is a dear old town - and very central to the Litchfield Hills.
A great place to stay, centrally located in Torrington & giving easy access to the surrounding area. The inn has great character, a big old rambling structure. The staff were friendly & helpful, the restaurant & meals were first rate. I would recommend the Yankee Pedlar Inn to any traveller. As a foreign tourist, I enjoyed my stay.
Friendly but low- key. Nice to see history preserved and to feel like a part of it all. A great alternative to staying in Danbury- a good location for exploring Litchfield County. A bonus was the street fair happening right outside the door- it was nice to see community spirit.
After reading reviews on this Inn, I was skeptical about booking; however, the price was great and we were only there to sleep, so I booked it. I am so glad we did. From the minute we arrived the front desk girl was nice, outgoing, etc. till the time we left in the morning, the gentleman at the front desk was the same even informing us of upcoming events they are gonig to have in the fall. We stayed here because of the price, and location. We did the ct Winter Wine Trail and this was in a good location to reach all of them. Would definitely stay here again. The restuarant attached is also very good.
The Yankee Pedlar Inn was very welcoming. The staff exceeded my expectations and were very generous when lending a hand. I loved the decor of the hotel, it truly does take you back in time with modern commodities!
The lobby and proximity to the local restaurant. The first room we stayed in had a peculiar odor, but the one we moved to was great.
The first room we stayed in, 215, had a disgusting odor. The room we moved to, 221, was great for a family with children and while quite hot, was great.
Old style furnishings. Historic feel. But with plenty of modern amenities.
My room on the street side got a lot of outside noise. And radiators cannot be controlled and the room got very hot. I had to open the window which adds to the noise. Could use a little brush up on some rusty spots in the bathroom.
lovely old hotel great lobby friendly people
It was comfortable, not luxurious, but quite charming.
A bit shabby. Half the lighting fixtures did not work. Only one chair in the room, a small uncomfortable wooden chair. Only one very small dresser to store clothes in, not at all suitable for a stay of 6 days. On 3 out of 5 days we found our door unlocked after the cleaning staff had been in; nothing was stolen, but the problem persisted in spite of repeatedly mentioning it at the front desk. Definitely not worth what we paid per night
Accommodation provided was basic - ensuite facilities were 'quaint'. No view. Room looked out on solid brick wall.
Authentic, a piece of New England of the forties,
It is too old and all the facility is out of age.
The bed was very uncomfortable; no way to control the room temp, only the fan; too much street noise. Not a public elevator, looked very old, had to b operated by worker. Old place but not kept up, bare bones.
Did not like
Very noisy, very old and beat-up