This motel is a rather older motel in the process of being refurbished on the outside to improve comfort on inside; will refurbish inside next. Also, when toilet did not flush, mgr was in room /c replacement 'flapper' in less than 10 minutes, no other problems. Bathroom was small and dirty in corners, beds were adequate (we all did sleep well), linens/towels clean. Breakfast covered the basics. Management friendly, made extra effort to make room ready early & helpful in giving directions. I would return.
Traveller from Waco, Texas
Situated in Somerset, this motel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Fall River Historical Society, Children's Museum of Greater Fall …More
"Just renovated and super clean. Everything is new "
Some rooms were still being renovated. New furniture, carpet, bathroom, lobby, hallways, etc. Good location just outside of the main center of Falmouth. A short walk. Very close to all shops, restaurants and bars. Very quaint town. continental breakfast was average. right across the street from a Dairy Queen and on the side a great little Portugese home bakery/diner that looks like a dive but has awesome breakfasts.
Situated in Falmouth, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Island Queen Ferry, Falmouth Heights Beach, and Falmouth Museums on …More
My experience was ok. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The room was acceptable for a last minute booking. They had a problem where our door didn't close after the maid was in which concerned me and also our keys didn't work one of the times we returned. but overall it was an ok stay and if i needed to i would book again.
Traveller from PA
Situated in Middleboro, this hotel is 1 mi (1.6 km) from Robbins Museum and within 6 mi (10 km) of Poquoy Brook Golf Club and …More
Sitting on the Massachusetts coast in Buzzards Bay, New Bedford is a maritime town and home to the largest fishing fleet on the east coast. The town was once the center of North America's whaling industry, and is home to the Whaling National Historical Park and Whaling Museum. The town's whaling past lead to its being the setting for Herman Melville's famous novel, Moby Dick.