Heirloom is located inside The Study at Yale hotel on Chapel Street in the heart of the Yale University campus. Heirloom utilizes heritage growers and neighboring artisan suppliers of Connecticut and New England for Chef Carey Savona’s Coastal Farm cooking.
Inviting warmth and hospitality, soulful-heartfelt cooking and a commitment to honest service and value are paramount to the Heirloom experience.
If you prefer to dine in your room, Heirloom’s “Food for Thought” room service menu is available from the restaurant 6 a.m. to midnight. The “Food for Thought” menu features classic takeout items with a sophisticated twist.
The Study at Yale is a boutique New Haven hotel in Connecticut offering an experience in service, style, and comfort unparalleled in the New Haven area. Its mission is to provide comfortable, contemporary living to the cultured consumers and visitors of Yale University.
Literature, art, music, and design are central themes tying in all of the details of this sophisticated brand. From the take out inspired room service menu to the images of acclaimed artist Barbara Cole in the guestroom corridors, the Study at Yale Hotel will delight and surprise its guests throughout the entirety of their stay.
With 124 guestrooms, including 8 Studies, and a Presidential Suite, a guest can always find the right accommodation. The hotel offers 3,000 square feet of walnut-paneled meeting space, featuring advanced audio/visual technology. The ground floor includes a boardroom, meeting room, and divisible ballroom. High above Yale’s Pierson Quad, the 1,200 square foot Penthouse Lounge with Panoramic views of the campus is ideal for a small reception or cocktail party.