The rooms here have comfortable beds and a charming 19th Century feel, if a bit in need of TLC (some barely noticeable spatters on wall paper; cosmetic corrosion on the faucet fixture in the bathroom). There is traffic noise from the road against which this 2+ Century old building sits, but it dies down after about 11 pm. The rooms... More
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