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Mercy Center at Madison

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Reviewed 26 July 2016

This is not a hotel. It is a retreat and conference center where silence and serenity is practiced. Rooms do not have hotel amenities. Perfect place to escape from the noise of our everyday lives and unplug.

1Thank Rosemary J
Chatham, New Jersey
Reviewed 25 January 2016 via mobile

Pretty hotel in great location. I stayed her with my husband and teenage daughter. The staff was very friendly. The only problem was the room offered two doubles. We found the room tastefully decorated, but the beds were too small for two people to share. They should offer two queen beds in the rooms instead.

Thank colcortese
New York
Reviewed 20 October 2015

My company came here for a retreat and, boy, was it a retreat in the strictest sense of the term. We were able to accomplish so much without the distractions of phones, computers, etc. This is not a luxury spa or elegant hotel. Its former role as a convent is very much in evidence. Our meeting room was lovely, with...

1Thank Traveller2010NYC
New York City, New York
Reviewed 12 December 2013

I recently spent three days at a work retreat at Mercy Center. The location was amazing with a really nice staff. I stayed in the house, which had a wonderful kitchen, wraparound deck, and beautiful views. The property has numerous places inside and out that were wonderful to read or just relax. Unfortunately the weather was not great. This is...

4Thank marlotowers
Guilford, Connecticut
Reviewed 15 May 2013

Mercy Center is an oasis in our crazy busy lives. I've spent the day there many times but this was my first overnight stay. It was pure bliss....simple, quiet time for reflection, reading and writing. The food was simple and delicious. Keep in mind that this is not a hotel. It is a spiritual retreat center with a small dedicated...

5Thank MarjiShapiro
Newington, Connecticut, United States
Reviewed 15 May 2013

I recently spent 2 days at Mercy Center, in the beginning of the week, and got much more than I paid for. Mercy Center is a delightful respite, a great place to escape - clear your head and lift your soul. I found myself totally refreshed as Mercy Center allowed me to leave my cares behind. I did not mind...

4Thank KathyChristianson
United States
Reviewed 11 March 2013

To get anyone to return an inquiry be it phone or email was nearly impossible. Over a dozen contacts for nothing! A drive to the property showed it delapidated and hardly able to accept guests of any sort. There must be a benefactor that just pours money into this place in spite of itself! Too bad, would have been perfect...

10Thank AOneWorldTraveler
Orland, Maine
Reviewed 13 January 2013

This is a religious setting. It is not for anyone to come and be here. What needs to be stated since all the other reviews, is that the administration has changed and the food is horrible. For what a person pays to stay here, the food is appalling. There is never enough. Last year they went through a transition so...

7Thank ali s
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 15 July 2010

Mercy Center is a wonderful place to relax and spend time soul-searching, resting, reading, walking, or swimming. Most guests are on religious/spiritual retreats. The rooms are simple but clean. There are no televisions or phones and most of the guests at the center spend their time there in silence. The chef prepares simple, local, nutritious meals and will accomodate allergies...

5Thank balucky1
Reviewed 18 July 2009

Lovely beach. Extremely quiet and peaceful. Multi-cultural, multi-spiritualities. Was Catholic; now includes myriad religions. But very peaceful, incredibly relaxing to be there.

2Thank anonymooseCt

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Additional Information about Mercy Center at Madison

Address: 167 Neck Road, Madison, CT 06443-2725
Region: United States > Connecticut > Madison
Number of rooms: 20

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