Extended Stay Wallingford could not be more convenient for area shopping, salons, antiquing, parks, tennis, dining and transportaion. See just how "walkable" we are compared to other area accommodations (below). And, New Haven is just an 18-minute drive; Hartford about 30!
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Besides being just blocks from area amenities, there is easy access to both the Merritt/Wilbur Cross Parkway (Route 15) and I-91. We are a short walk to Amtrak and CT Rail service that gets you to New Haven in 13 minutes for as little as $3.50! And, from there Metro-North service to NYC.
We are walking distance to Choate Rosemary Hall, and a short drive to Masonicare, Gaylord and other area hospitals and universities. Our central Connecticut location is an 18 minute drive to New Haven and about 30 minutes to Hartford. In addition, Wallingford is a great jumping off point to many other parts of New England.
Even the place on "Town Walk" scored only a 14 ("Car-Dependent").
I-91 & Rt 68 Wallingford:
Scored 1 ("Car-Dependent"). Maybe it's because there's not a single store or restaurant within a mile and a half of here.
Extended Stay Wallingford
scored 63 because we're close to scores of restaurants, shops, services, spas and transit.
* Scores as of 5/2018
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According to WalkScore, the Internet's leading determiner of how "walkable" any location is, Extended Stay Wallingford leads them all.* We scored an 63 Rating out of 100. How do others with long-term accommodations score for walkability? Well, they won't tell you, but WalkScore does:
And, what do our past tenants say about the location?
"...it's great that it's less than 5 min walk to train station."
"It is a nice quiet town."
"...safe and convenient."
Note: This is a single apartment unit, available for long-term stays only.
Extended Stay Wallingford is a privately owned condominium apartment in Wallingford, Connecticut.