I stayed here for an interview with Washington College and from the minute I walked in, I felt like I was a Cheryl and David's long lost nephew. Being there for an interview, my experience probably differed from other guests' a bit. That said, the two of them could not have been more helpful in learning about the area from its traditions and history, to where to eat, and where to live or conversely, not to live if I am hired. The tone was set early on when I was offered some fresh baked cookies soon aft walked upstairs to a wonderful room with a wide selection of books to read (sadly I did not have time to indulge on this trip). After getting settled, I came back downstairs to fresh baked cookies and delightful conversation with my hosts. While this B&B is perfect for those who want to unplug, the TV and internet access are still there if desired. At breakfast the each day, an argument could be made for their being a breakfast and bed - a massive home cooked cinnamon rolls, omelets, fresh baked bread, and homemade granola with yogurt and fruit (and this was the simpler breakfast since I had to go to the interview - she offered to make something more elaborate when I had more time the second morning).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Think home-y, not hotel.Think character, not cookie-cutter.Think individualized, not generic.Think fresh, not frou-frou.Think stocking feet, not stuffy.Think friendly, not formal.Private. Yet personal.2 cozy, spacious, allergy-friendly upstairs rooms in a 1947 Cape Cod on a quiet street 100 yards from Washington College. Close to the hospital, Heron Point, historic downtown and the waterfront. ... more less