the famous Mystic Seaport will demand a full day of your time. Stay in comfort at one of the Connecticut timeshares available on our website.
The New Haven region is in the southwest part of the state. This is home to Yale University, and walking the campus is a pure delight. You won't find better restaurant pizza in the nation than what is served up in the local restaurants. Along the Long Island shore, you'll be delighted by the small town atmosphere and the myriad of gift shops.
Further east is the Mystic region, and here is where you'll want to spend time visiting the museums and marinas. The shipbuilding museum in Mystic Seaport is a wonderful place to visit, and even the kids will love the exhibits. The Mystic Aquarium is one of the finest in the nation. New London is where you'll enjoy the best white sand beach in the state.
Go inland and discover the delights of Hartford. Teeming with historical culture that is uniquely New England, Hartford is home to the Mark Twain House & Museum and the Wadsworth Atheneum. The latter contains collections from some of the region's most famous artists.
Take the family on a riverboat cruise along the Connecticut River. The Essex Steam Train and Riverboat cruise is an unforgettable experience. Go on a sailing excursion while visiting the Mystic region. While in Norwalk, take the kids to the Stepping Stones Museum for Children.
The Best Accommodations
You can enjoy your Connecticut timeshare to the fullest. The coastal resorts are larger and full of such amenities as outdoor pools, saunas, fitness centers, and on-site four-star dining establishments. The smaller resorts located inland are generally family-owned and offer comfortable lodgings in cabins, townhouses, or renovated mansions. Own a piece of one of these properties by purchasing a week-long timeshare from a current owner. You'll enjoy a fully furnished guest suite with kitchen, bath, entertainment system, and all the necessary appliances.
Come visit a Connecticut timeshare in summer or winter. Whatever the season, there's plenty to see and do, and once you've experienced true New England hospitality, you'll want to return again next year.