This property closed in 2010.
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Bath, United Kingdom
August 25, 2009
North Attleboro, Massachusetts
July 17, 2005
This bed-and-breakfast is a great find not far from Fisherman's Wharf. If you are adventurous, you can walk there. Also, public transportation is one block away. The owners run the desk, and I wondered if they ever slept! The rooms were great. Some have private baths, but there are shared showers/toilets. The private bath was very meticulous which made me feel like I was at home. The shared bathrooms are nice as well. Since there was three of us in the room, we used the shared ones. In there, it can be a bit cramped. There is a nice supply of toiletries for your use. Even though it is "shared" it was very, very clean and had a basket full of toiletries.
Parking is rough, but the owners helped us with parking in a safe location across the street. However, some people weren't as lucky. There is a small lot a few yards down the road that they recommended. Those who parked in there for one night found one of their tires slashed the next day. The owners did come to the rescue and find more parking spots across the street.Breakfast was continental, but not your "large chain" style. They had fresh fruit, bagels, muffins, quiches, juice, coffee, and other supplies. They even had real silverware and dishes. It was a quaint little breakfast room with someone there to clear dishes and make sure the food was stocked.For a great dinner, walk two doors down to Cafe Maritime. A large selection of seafood and fantastic desserts. Our first night there, my friend and I walked in for a glass of wine to unwind, and the owner was so nice and conversational. Besides, we had a "free glass of wine" coupon from the hotel so of course we had to use it. We went back there later on that week with the rest of our party. Such a nice place that I would stay there again in a heartbeat! They do have bungalows available on the same street for an extra price. See their website for more information on those.
From journal Too much to see in San Francisco