We arrived for our return visit to Abe's Spring Street Guest House just as a heavy winter snow did the same. This is relevant because Charles worked tirelessly to ensure as safe and slip-free an experience for us as humanly possible. One of our party is mobility limited, so it really mattered. And what can you say about Sandy's breakfasts? Simply divine! The rooms are well furnished and all the necessary appliances and comforts are available. Parking is adequate in quantity and right by your door. The free wi-fi is a nice touch, though the signal is a just a little bit weak in the "upper" section of the building. Reservations, check-in, check out are all no-hassle events. The original art incorporated into the decor is pleasing and impressive. The beds are clean and firm - you'll sleep well. Abe's isn't cheap, and it shouldn't be. It's a first-rate B&B. So if you want cheap, try Motel 6. Sandy and Charles are genuinely nice people who will give you an outstanding vacation experience you'll remember with pleasure long after check-out. I expect to return again and again!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A unique B&B rich in history and artistry. Built originally in 1876 as an ice house, this B&B has been lovingly rehabbed into two of the most comfortable and spacious suites each with a private entrance, private bath, king bed, sitting room with TV, VCR & DVD and fireplace. Separate spa room available with six person hot tub and six person sauna. Gourmet breakfast served each morning. ... more less