Comfort Inn Plymouth

Address: 155 Samoset St. (US 44), Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 155 Samoset St. (US 44), Plymouth, is near Jenney Grist Mill, Pilgrim Hall Museum, Richard Sparrow House, and Beach Plum Spa.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Plymouth

      Reviewed by linusvpelt

      Very Nice room

      Reviewed Aug 7, 2013
      by (8 reviews) Grayling , United States Flag of United States

      Clean Well furnished room. Helpful staff. Clean pool area and wonderful hot breakfast.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn Plymouth

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Plymouth

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      A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

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      ... and the big parking lot was completely empty and dark. We opted to try it instead of the busy 24 hour Walmart lot. We were hoping for a better night that our last Walmart visit.

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      We got up this morning and of course since we waited a day it would have to be drizzling rain. We decided we could still go in to town and it would possibly stop like it has so many times before for us. Charmed? We headed from ...

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      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... Century English Village with actors playing the parts of the settlers. We also saw the Plymouth Rock which was entirely underwhelming!
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      A travel blog entry by maighreadquirke on May 27, 2014

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      Turbulents Enter Our Lives,sometimes its allright

      A travel blog entry by pamplonas2 on Jan 31, 2014

      ... use trains effectively to move large Numbers of people in different ways. A local train transports into and out of the city to the suburbs. Then the special service trains to airports or other specific locations. And , finally the national trains for moving people and goods across the country. It is too costly for Canada to consider such a system now, since most rail track was removed and sold to third world countries. Perhaps a light rail system from ...

      Back to the Beyond

      A travel blog entry by danbren on Oct 21, 2013

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      ... local Wampanoag natives called it Patuxet. We toured the Plimoth Plantation, a recreation of the original settlement and also a native homesite. It features locals dressed in period costume and speaking as 17th century English. They professed no knowledge of anything beyond "their" times. Very cool. W e missed the Nye Barn which had heritage breeds of the animals the Pilgrims had. Sad, because I know how hard it is to find a good Gravenstein ...