Captain Daniel Packer Inne

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This New England-style restaurant and historic landmark, built in 1756, is said to be haunted by original builder Captain Daniel Packard’s niece. She died of scarlet fever in 1873 when she was 7 years old. She most often plays in the stairwell and has been known to befriend children who come here to dine.

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Geographic Information

Address:
32 Water St
Mystic, CT 06355
United States

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GPS:
41.35093273055302, -71.97212538525008
County:
New London County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Mystic, CT (0.4 mi.)
Noank, CT (1.9 mi.)
Poquonock Bridge, CT (2.8 mi.)
Old Mystic, CT (2.9 mi.)
Groton Long Point, CT (3.1 mi.)
Stonington, CT (3.6 mi.)
Long Hill, CT (4.2 mi.)
Groton, CT (5.5 mi.)
Conning Towers-Nautilus Park, CT (5.6 mi.)
Ledyard Center, CT (6.5 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://danielpacker.com

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