About Old Saybrook
Old Saybrook, Connecticut is a small historic community of 10,000 residents. This quiet Connecticut city is just a short commute by train to nearby New York City and Boston. You may choose to reach this Connecticut destination by traveling along Route 154. This Route will lead you through some of the most breathtaking ocean views you will ever experience. Old Saybrook is proud to be the founding home of Yale University which began in 1700 as an institution for the education of ministers.
There are more than merely historic points of interest in Old Saybrook. Enjoy the beautiful shores with two public beaches, and marinas for the boating enthusiasts for a wide variety of vacationing entertainment. During your stay at Old Saybrook ramble along Main Street?s quaint, eclectic shops and restaurants offering local cuisine dining.
Summer activities are plentiful with a Memorial Day parade and an Arts & Craft festival. A Taste-of-Saybrook, a boat show, and Summer Concerts are all a part of their regular summertime festivities. The residents of Old Saybrook are proud to show off their lovely home and beautiful vacation spot.