Lighthouse Inn - Meadow Court

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The inn has many rooms rumored to be haunted and two Victorian ghostly ladies who walk the halls in the night. Reports say the inn is now closed and soon will be refurbished and sold.

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Geographic Information

Address:
6 Guthrie Pl
New London, CT 06320
United States

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GPS:
41.316981224485936, -72.09369957425224
County:
New London County, Connecticut
Nearest Towns:
Groton, CT (2.4 mi.)
Central Waterford, CT (2.7 mi.)
New London, CT (2.7 mi.)
Long Hill, CT (3.3 mi.)
Poquonock Bridge, CT (4.1 mi.)
Groton Long Point, CT (4.5 mi.)
Conning Towers-Nautilus Park, CT (4.9 mi.)
Niantic, CT (5.2 mi.)
Noank, CT (5.4 mi.)
Fishers Island, NY (5.5 mi.)

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