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Stayed at The Clipper this passed week, our room was immaculate, beds comfortable, bathroom very clean,lots of absorbant towels, nice powerful shower head, Keurig coffee maker with ample choice of coffee pods, a/c quiet & effective. The only suggestion I would have for the Clipper...More
I stayed here Friday September 8 through Sunday September 10. Six family members stayed in two rooms. We had booked these rooms in advance. When we checked in, my elderly mother spoke to the woman at the front desk and requested a room with grab...More
I was prepared to give this inn a good review. Despite the lack of a secure way to lock our room, outdated rooms, uncomfortable beds and poor WiFi connection. The cleaning staff was super friendly. Location also good.
On our second day here we set...More
Although we found the room rates to be very reasonable the location was not a close to historic sites and you will need to drive to the downtown core. The hotel itself was dated and the rooms had very unpleasant aromas. In fact we had...More
I don't understand why the bad reviews, I called Day before to reserve since it wasn't planned they took my reservation over phone fast and simple ! Got here earlier at noon ( not check in time ) got all paperwork done and left to...More
Response from Janene1955 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, if you like to walk it's probably 20 minutes from downtown. My son and I did it several times when we stayed at the Clipper Shop Inn. If you decide that you don't want to walk, a cab ride is only a few dollars.