Had heard great things about the Red Maple Inn, so decided to stop there for a night on our way to Boston. Wished we could have stayed longer once we got there! The Cottage was cozy, comfortable, and lovely, and the main house beautifully appointed. Breakfast could not have been better in any way. Had a delightful chat with innkeeper John, a gracious and kind host, who rounded out a very pleasant experience. Do plan ahead! The Inn was fully occupied; no longer a secret getaway!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- 2007 Yankee Magazine "Editors' Choice", 2006 Boston Globe "Each time you enter a room you're dazzled anew by the charmingly over-the-top decor." The Red Maple Inn, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built circa 1780, features six deluxe guest accommodations, decorator touches, luxurious bedding, private bathrooms, air-conditioning, color cable television with DVD players, 1000+ title DVD Library and complimentary Wi-Fi. Gourmet breakfast, Wine Cellar and Fine Dining. Cooking classes and Classic Film classes. ... more less