The Guest House at the Norwalk Inn
The rest is history.
Where history and tradition meet luxury, convenience and style. From its stately roots as an 18th-century historic homestead to its transformative million-dollar renovation, The Guest House at the Norwalk Inn blends old-world charm with modern luxury.
Whether your stay involves business travel, employee relocation, a home transition or coastal vacation, the Guest House offers the right short-term or extended-stay solution to meet your need.
As you enter the grand foyer of the Guest House, you will instantly feel transported to a finer age. The majestic stairway and marble fireplace perfectly capture this homestead’s former elegance. As our guest, you can view panoramas of the city from our beautiful top floor units or cozy up in a classic rocking chair on the front veranda – a welcome spot to watch the world go by.
Each of our 11 suites is appointed with furnishing, fabrics and appointments that are consistent with the magnificence of this notable homestead. All units include a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, dinette seating, living room area, ample desk space, granite bathroom vanities, Sleep Number beds, spacious closets, flat-screen TVs and large windows.
To honor its history, each suite bears the name of one of the home’s previous owners as well as Norwalk’s founders, Thomas Fitch and Roger Ludlowe. This notable homestead is circa 1780 and is listed on the National Historic Registry.