Lisbon is the land between two rivers, according to Indian
lore. It is bounded by the Shetucket and Quinebaug Rivers. Running
through the center of Lisbon is Route 169, a scenic road which is
in the National Heritage Corridor.
Because of its hilly and
rocky terrain, Lisbon was the first town in the county a railroad
tunnel had to be built. Today the town retains its old-world
Nearby attractions include
Mystic Seaport, the Mohegan Sun Casino and the Foxwoods Casino,
the Naval Submarine Base and Nautilus Museum, golfing, the U.S.
Coast Guard Academy, restaurants, and shopping. Be sure and visit
the area's many antiquing opportunities.
Region of Connecticut
Featured Bed and
Dove Bed and Breakfast, Lisbon
This B&B is a warm and welcoming home in a Cape Cod
design framed by three acres of forest fed by a clear-water
Inne & Cottage, Mystic
Just one block from the train depot, the Inn is an easy
walk to all the shops, restaurants, and the sights of downtown
Grant's, 1754, Poquetanuck
Historic B&B set in an historic New England village
at Lower Bed & Breakfast, North Stonington
country accommodation is close to Historic Mystic,
Stonington Village, New London, and the beaches of Westerly, RI.
- Bed &
Breakfasts of the Mystic Coast