If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Sturbridge, look no further than Publick House Historic Inn.
While staying at Publick House Historic Hotel, visitors can check out Hyland Orchard & Rapscallion Brewery (2.4 mi), which is a popular Sturbridge attraction.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Publick House Historic Inn features a 24 hour front desk, a gift shop, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool and breakfast. If you are driving to Publick House Historic Inn, free parking is available.
While in Sturbridge, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Publick House Historic Inn, including Sturbridge Seafood (0.8 mi), Oxhead Tavern (0.9 mi), and B.T.'s Smokehouse (1 mi).
Should time allow, Old Sturbridge Village is a popular attraction that is 1.5 miles away.
The staff at Publick House Historic Inn looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We were more than satisfied with our recent stay in Sturbridge, and I’m certain it is because of one of the nicest rooms we have ever stayed in. Of course, it may be because we stayed in the newest section of pet-free rooms That being said, I can’t vouch for the rest of the Inn. The common area, the stairs and elevator, and the grounds were clean and well kept. The furnishings outside and inside were very comfortable and inviting. Our room was phenomenal. The beds were comfortable and clean, as well as the bathroom. We added an extra night to accommodate our schedule since many things were closed on Mondays. We were happy to do so because of where we were staying. Such a pleasant experience! It was Top-Notch. Thank you!
Our family gathered at the Publick House for lunch to celebrate a milestone birthday. When I called to make a reservation, James was very understanding and accommodating of our needs. We dined outside under a tent that was setup in the front of the building near the handicap parking area. All of the luncheon portions were very generous and well prepared. Our server, Emily, did an awesome job serving our party of ten spread out over three tables. Our entire experience was great and we would not hesitate to return. Thank you Publick House staff.
We booked at this venue because my cousin was getting married there. I had originally booked a room that had an adjoining room to accommodate my daughter in college and her boyfriend. I am a widow and didn’t really have the money for that sort of room so I called and explained my situation and the woman said she could get me something cheaper, while maintaining my request for separate rooms. I obviously didn’t want to be young adults that would be partying. Long story short, what she provided me with cost almost double. We stayed in the new building next to the main house for 2 nights. Housekeeping never came to our rooms - we had to request clean towels. There were no coffee makers in room and no coffee in the building, you literally had to go to the main building for coffee! My brother came to the wedding and was offered an $89 room in their cheaper building out back - a far cry from the $820 that was charged to my card for the weekend! When I called to discuss, the woman argued with me with a bunch of excuses. The trip was a big deal for us. We hAd traveled from Maine. The venue is beautiful but the service surrounding overnight accommodations was horrible. I will not be back and recommend the hotel down the street!!!…
We had a great stay, and the staff was wonderful about upgrading us as they knew we were belatedly celebrating our 30th anniversary. Great locationn, delicious food in the dining room, and the only complaint we had was that the bakery had too large a selection to pick just one treat!!!
Restaurant has ambience which stresses colonial artifacts and decor. Two levels of restaurants have similar items with a few differences. Food is generally good and well presented. Nothing was outsttanding but all was fairly satisactory. Basket of warm rolls appeared immediately and they were excellent in variety and flavor. Service was very good. Prices are fairly high but a few coupon specials are frequently offered. Swordfish was good but the chicken pot pie was quite liquid and needed more solid meat and vegetables. Meatloaf was very nice but the accompanying green beans were barely cooked. Squash was delicious. I guess satisfaction depends on what you order. The Bake Shop on the ground level is spectacular. Prices are not cheap but the offerings are incredible and delcious. Treats to go are a fantastic way to end the evening.…