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|Distance to city centre||0,1 km|
|Nearest airport||Hartford Bradley Intl|
|Distance to airport||53,6 km|
|"Rooms were very clean and comfortable."||(in 79 reviews)|
|"Nice room, restaurant was nice"||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Loved the historic feel."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"No coffee in the rooms"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Furnishings were in need of updating."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"No coffee pot in room"||(in 24 reviews)|
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|bake||in 9 reviews|
|beautiful grounds||in 36 reviews|
|coffee and pastry||in 48 reviews|
|coffee maker||in 59 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 48 reviews|
|excellent restaurant||in 46 reviews|
|food was great||in 55 reviews|
|historic feel||in 9 reviews|
|hot water||in 20 reviews|
|late night||in 24 reviews|
|main building||in 27 reviews|
|maker in room||in 121 reviews|
|needs updating||in 13 reviews|
|nice room||in 155 reviews|
|old hotel||in 22 reviews|
|room refrigerator||in 15 reviews|
|staff were very nice||in 56 reviews|
the Public House is an old favourite but this was the first time out of the main inn. As ever a delightful spot and very convenient for major roads
no coffee or tea making facility in the room
The employees were very nice and I liked the room decor. Breakfast was nice as well.
Where our room was located. First floor on the end. Right outside was the parking lot and entrance to the building. Other guests were going in and out in the early morning hours slamming the door.
The staff, the grounds, the eating spots.
Signage say from outside registration to the correct building was non-existent!
Cleanliness. Stayed at Tillyer House. It was like staying at a private home with beautiful porch and living room with fireplace. Room was very nice. Bed super comfortable. Ate at inn and the food was delicious. Staff very helpful and friendly. Coffee and sweet buns at the Bakery was a very nice treat.
Restaurant and tavern is great. Location is great for me when travelling to Boston or Maine. Have been stopping there for 30+ years. Continues to be a great place to visit.
The Publick House Historic Inn in Sturbridge, Massachusetts, where good food comes out of our Yankee ovens and warm hospitality greets every guest.Ebenezer Crafts opened the Inn in 1771 as a gathering place for citizens of Sturbridge and weary travelers along the Boston Post Road. In 1923, the property was purchased as a boarding house for women and renamed The Elms. During the 1940's, then owner, Richard Paige, leased the property to the US Army as a post for soldiers en route for training. The Publick House, during this time, moved across the common to a large white house. Not one day has been missed in providing good hospitality in over 230 years.Since 1771, Publick House Inn has been the lodging and dining hub for esteemed visitors, from George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and General Lafayette to present day travelers, such as actors Bill Murray, Susan St. James and John Travolta. Today, the old world spirit continues welcoming guests with open hearths and Yankee hospitality. The dining room features an indulging array of duck, lamb, lobster, and other specialty meat and seafood dishes, including a traditional Thanksgiving fare available all year long.
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- Great shopping
- Great menu
- Great desserts & fruits
- Pleasant hotel grounds
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Most popular landmarks
- Old Sturbridge Village 1,6 km
- Westville Dam 3,4 km
- Tantiusques 6,7 km
|Hartford Bradley Intl||53,6 km|
|Worcester, Massachusetts||29 km|