The most important thing people should know about this innkeeper is that she insists on bringing her faith in to every conversation. I suppose that is fine if you are very Christian and want to discuss the bible, but I wish I had know about this before I went to stay there. The B&B is fine. It looks like a suburban house. It has a nice garden in back, with several parking spaces and my room was comfortable, with an attached bath. The house sits on a busy road, then across the road is the shore, so my room had a nice view. But I was made to feel very uncomfortable because I was brought up to believe that one does not discuss politics or religion with acquaintances. As soon as I arrived, the innkeeper asked me about my plans for my stay in Plymouth. Then she suggested a few tour guides who gave tours with a "Christian perspective." I never said anything to suggest that that was what I wanted. I quickly changed the subject. At breakfast the next morning, the innkeeper monopolized the conversation by discussing the Bible the entire time! Some of the other guests tried to introduce other topics that might be of interest to everyone, but it was no use. The food was very good, and the innkeeper was kind enough to ask if I had any diet restrictions and alter my food accordingly, which I appreciate. I can't say this B&B was all bad, but the innkeeper's inappropriate behavior made me very uncomfortable and I cannot recommend this place to anyone, unless they really enjoy Bible talk with strangers.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have a Classic Colonial style B&B with Ocean Views in an upscale area only two minutes to Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, Plymouth Rock, Pilgrim Hall Museum, Whale Watching, Within a 5 mile are we have miles of public beaches and wonderful restaurants. We are only 15 minutes to Cape Cod and a 55 min train ride to Boston. We have a Jacuzzi Suite, and a family suite as well as a queen room. ... more less