This cute but small hotel is well located for walks into Plymouth Center. Plenty of on-street parking. Bring your own shampoo and hair dryer!
We stayed in rooms 1 and 2, at the back of the property. Room 1 has a double (not queen) bed, while 2 has a double bed and a twin bed. Room 2 feels cramped, but makes a perfectly fine kids' room. Both had been recently redecorated, with new wallpaper and carpet, and freshly painted. The in-room appliances were new (small TV, microwave, and mini fridge). The bathroom had also been redone recently, with new fixtures and wall treatments. The old wooden furniture showed wear, as did the small formica-topped desk next to the bed, but it was no problem. The neighborhood is pretty, quiet and well maintained, with many restaurants within easy walking distance. We liked Persy's Restaurant well enough at Saturday lunch to return for Sunday breakfast. It's a two-mile drive to Plimoth Plantation.
The rooms were very clean. Very effective air conditioning; just what we needed after walking around town on a humid afternoon. The fan runs constantly, so that the A/C noise becomes mere background noise instead of a repeated sleep interruption every time it kicks on. We could park directly outside our room for a very short walk with our bags.
The shower stall is small. No hair dryer was provided, and no shampoo either; good thing my wife brought her shampoo, though it did result in my daughter telling me, "Gee, Dad, your hair smells terrific" several times with a smile. The water is a little soft, and the mattress is a little hard. Although the windows have both mini-blinds and draperies, room 1 was not very dark when we turned off the lights, due to lights outside. Although the TV was new, we didn't manage to get anything other than a blank screen from it. We thought about asking the owners for help with it, but decided to just turn it off, and ended up spending the evening in a lovely conversation instead.