Elm Tree Inn

Elm Tree Inn

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(860) 599-0416

98 West Broad Street

Pawcatuck
,
CT
06379

Elm Tree Inn is a business providing services in the field of Hostels. Elm Tree Inn is located in Pawcatuck, CT on 98 West Broad Street.

Elm Tree Inn telephone number is (860) 599-0416.

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Hostels, in Pawcatuck, are accomodation houses, often associated with one of the educational institutes in Pawcatuck for students who come from distant places and also provide food to them. They are usually charged a nominal amount for such facilities. While lack of privacy is a disadvantage of hostel life, the association, self-sufficiency & maturity learned in this life, are assets to an individual's journey.



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