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We spent the day in Boston and could find a place to lay our heads after about 20 no room at the inn. John said yes. It was a great stay. 2 rooms w a bathroom (huge) in between so my boys could hear me...More
I have been traveling to the Red Maple Inn for 8 years, the keepers are always welcoming and the entire experience is the definition of hospitality! If you are coming to see the seasons change in New England, this is the spot, but if you...More
The Innkeeper, Lynn made us feel at home in this very clean, well maintained historic home. The Rose Room was very quaint with its Victorian Style.
The Fireplace Feast at the nearby Salem Cross Inn that was recommended by Lynn was excellent.
The homemade breakfast...More
Beautiful inn and rooms, clean, friendly and accommodating staff, awesome fresh plentiful breakfast. Flexible to meet our schedule as we were there for graduation ceremonies and had to leave earlier than the usual breakfast time - much appreciated.
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I read several reviews before staying at the Inn and looked forward to the stay. However, my review is less glowing than most. It is a charming old home; the principals are friendly, very helpful with information of the area and breakfast is prepared to...More
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Response from Sharita2, Owner at The Red Maple InnResponded 9 August 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write your review. We always do our best to meet or rise above expectations. The Red Maple Inn was built in 1780 and although it is over 200 years old and has a history from being...More