We stayed for one night as part of a New England tour.
We chose this hotel as it appeared to offer good value for money, which it did. Check in was very quick and staff extremely efficient and friendly. We were given an upgrade to the John Alden cottage, which is a stand alone cottage rather than part of a block. The room was lovely and consisted of a small sofa and table, central double sided fire (electric) decent size bathroom and large king size bed, fridge and microwave and 2 TV's , one on each side of a pillar in the middle of the room, so you watch from either the bed or sofa.
Room was spotlessly clean and bed very comfortable.
Parking is free , plentiful and able to park very close to the cottage.
Breakfast is served just off reception and was fine, consisting of your typical chain hotel items, including make your own waffles, which is always a nice addition. The room gets busy at times, but there is additional seating upstairs.
The hotel is located out of Town, but an easy straight walk of about 15 minutes to the center and Plymouth Rock.
If you don't mind a bit of a walk (or drive) then we can't fault this place and would recommend it. less