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First, the hotel: The reception is very casual; there is no 'Front Desk'. The owner, Peter, came upon us, disappeared for a moment, and returned with out key, and took us to our room upstairs, and advised us of how things work, generally for the...More
My wife and I travelled from the Boston area for a two night stay at the Old Inn on the Green in a package that included a spectacular dinner in the candle-lit dining room, breakfast both morning and a lunch. Our room 205 in the...More
Host Peter very delightful and helpful. Mid-week special includes lunch and dinner. Lunch at jointly owned cafe close by provided stale bread on sandwiches (both my wife and myself) and coffee at $3.00 a cup! Dinner delicious, but...We ordered wine by the glass, we were...More
If you like quaint, old places, the Old Inn on the Green will let you go back in time. For modern travelers take note: spotty or no cellphone service or internet; no TV. Plenty of relaxation and the food in the restaurant is top notch....More
This inn is wonderful. It was built in the 1760s. The rooms have updated that make them comfortable for modern travelers but still maintains that historical charm. We stayed in room 195 which had a great queen bed and 2 day beds. The TV was...More