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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6 Guthrie Pl
New London, CT 06320
United States

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41.316981224485936, -72.09369957425224
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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  1. I stayed here in 2008 with my wife and another couple. We were the only ones in the hotel for two days. It was October and the boiler was broken so no hot water. We stayed anyway and all I heard at night was creaking hallway sounds of someone walking and the turning of the doorknob. We left after two nights. Oddly we were never charged.

  2. Gary Middleton  |  

    My brother and a friend of mine, at different times, used to work the night shift at the front desk. I would stop by quite often and while my friend claimed there was a shadow person who frequented a particular hallway and the stairwell, I had never seen or experienced anything there. The old prohibition era tunnel was neat and supposedly haunted according to the kitchen staff.

  3. I stayed there on my anniversary, about a year before it closed. We were in the Bridal Suite; I woke up in the middle of the night, about 3:00AM, and the bathroom light was on – I had a very odd feeling, but I didn’t want to see anything. I closed my eyes, and went back to sleep. When I woke at 7:30AM, the light was off, and my husband was still fast asleep. He woke up a half hour later; when I told him what had happened, he said my imagination was working overtime!

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