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“In an archetypal, quaint colonial town, on the charming tree-lined main street surrounded by gorgeous 18th and 19th century homes, sits this delightful inn. You are housed in the main building or the carriage house in cosy, yet elegant rooms. The restaurant serves only locally sourced fresh dishes.”

“In an archetypal, quaint colonial town, on the charming tree-lined main street surrounded by gorgeous 18th and 19th century homes, sits this delightful inn. You are housed in the main building or the carriage house in cosy, yet elegant rooms. The restaurant serves only locally sourced fresh dishes.”

Recommended For

  • Sights nearby
  • Being in the heart of old colonial America, there are countless grand & quaint history, culture and art museums nearby
  • Golf
  • Only 3km away
  • Cycling
  • Great walks
  • Local markets
  • Families
  • Restaurant
  • Serves locally sourced ingredients. 'Best and freshest food is what’s grown closest to you', is their philosophy
  • Child friendly
  • Babysitting available
  • Free wifi
  • Colonial
  • Charming
  • Disabled access
  • B+B
  • Village
  • Inn

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Offers 12 beers on tap, a good wine list & creative cocktails. And of course the obligatory fireplace and armchairs
  • Restaurant
  • Serves locally sourced ingredients. 'Best and freshest food is what’s grown closest to you', is their philosophy
  • Child friendly
  • Babysitting available
  • Parking
  • Free
  • Free wifi
  • Wifi
  • Disabled access
  • Garden

Activities

  • Sights nearby
  • Being in the heart of old colonial America, there are countless grand & quaint history, culture and art museums nearby
  • Golf
  • Only 3km away
  • Cycling
  • Great walks
  • Local markets

Map & Location

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Other Reviews

The best New England hotels for autumn

In a wide-open valley, one of New England’s prettiest towns is home to this 130-year-old inn, whose porches look over the main street, with its 18th and 19th-century homes....The owners embrace the farm-to-fork movement, so you’ll enjoy local produce, home-baked breads and maple syrup from their own trees.

Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)