We were pleasantly surprised at the lovely Victorian home on Linden Street, just a couple of blocks from the town centre. It was lavishly furnished, and we could have spent our whole stay just admiring the eclectic furnishings obtained over the years by host Karen Talley. We had probably the nicest room, Scottie and Zelda, but the other rooms were excellent too. The bed was extremely comfortable and continental breakfast the next morning was plentiful, though nothing is cooked. In spite of that we found it quite adequate, but if you need a full cooked breakfast you won't find one in any Massachusetts bed and breakfasts as they seem to be prohibited by law from offering cooked meals, even breakfast. Don't worry though as there are breakfast joints on the main street just a few blocks away. The living room was fantastic, with lots of books and a TV (only basic cable we learned). The hosts, Karen and Ed, were extremely gracious, and appeared when needed, and disappeared when not. They are a wealth of local knowledge and helped us plan our visit to Cape Cod and Plymouth without a hitch. On the way out to the parking area behind the house Karen has a raspberry patch. We hope she didn't mind us scrumping a few fresh raspberries from her bushes. They were delicious!