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We did dinner in the dining room, so my comments are limited to that experience.
The room was definitely an historical experience. It's nicely maintained and contributes to the experience. The wait staff is very polite and accomodating.
Food was nicely served, but quality was...More
We have stayed at this Inn before; but we'll never stay anywhere else now! Yes, it's an old inn. Some things are dated. But overall, it's a charming, quaint Inn with a wonderful staff! My husband & I were pleasantly surprised to see the Inn...More
We decided to break up the drive to NYC by staying here. A last day, internet search turned it up for a very reasonable price which surprised me because it obviously has its fancier side. Well, in addition to the colonial main house with period...More
This is a very OVERRATED place- busy,noisy. Do not eat the Buffet- they have no sneeze guard and not monitored-I saw many people sneeze,cough, touch the food with hands - use utensils to serve selves after sneezing and touching their faces. I reported this extreme...More
6 Thank albanyrene
Management response:Responded 21 January 2005
In reviewing this post with our management team, we are all very surprised. It is true that we do not have a sneeze-guard. As a historic property, we have never had anything like the modern institutional buffet that come with sneeze guards. However, that is...More
The Publick House is an excellent hotel. The historic interior is both charming and cozy. The food was excellent and breakfast was superb value for money. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean and comfortable - didn't like the hunting scene...More
US$79 - US$163 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There is an outdoor pool that is probably open during daylight hours until it gets too cold to use. Call the front desk about refrigerators, new renovations probably brought new amenities. There is a YMCA in nearby... More
There is an outdoor pool that is probably open during daylight hours until it gets too cold to use. Call the front desk about refrigerators, new renovations probably brought new amenities. There is a YMCA in nearby Southbridge that would probably allow guest privileges at pool from 6AM-9PM
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