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We have stayed at the English Garden B&B for five years now and enjoy it so much. The Innkeepers have created a very comfortable and enjoyable space to have a vacation. The breakfasts are great with items cooked to order and always a homemade pastry...More
An English Garden is such an adorable inn. The flowers along the front fence were beautiful, as were the guest rooms. The decor was lovely. Our room was done is blues, from the drapes down to the blue striped end table. The air conditioner was...More
Mark and Susan have done an excellent job making The English Garden a wonderful and comfortable Bed and Breakfast. The Breakfast was excellent. I would recommend The English Garden to friends and family. If I ever travel back to Cape Cod, I would definitely stay...More
My wife and I stayed stayed two nights in suite number one, which is roomy, well decorated with a separate bedroom, living, dining area and a fully equipped kitchen. We didn't need all that space and didn't use the kitchen and dining facilities, but it...More
Our stay at the ‘English Garden Bed & Breakfast was wonderful. The room was beautifully decorated, clean and very comfortable. The entire B&B itself gave a very homey feeling. It was more like staying with a friend’s home rather than in some impersonal hotel. Also...More
Not really. We have stayed on 2nd floor and there are only stairs. There is a room on the first floor. You could probably view that on online to see. The 2nd floor rooms won't accommodate a wheelchair. Call the owners (who... More
Not really. We have stayed on 2nd floor and there are only stairs. There is a room on the first floor. You could probably view that on online to see. The 2nd floor rooms won't accommodate a wheelchair. Call the owners (who are great) for more clarification.
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"This bed and breakfast has the bedrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floor, so taking up luggage could be an issue if..."