John Carver Inn

Address: 25 Summer St, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 25 Summer St, Plymouth, is near Jenney Grist Mill, Brewster Gardens, Hoxie House, and Richard Sparrow House.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center

          Features

          • Free parking

          Services

          • Room service
          • Business Services
           

          TripAdvisor Reviews John Carver Inn Plymouth

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Plymouth

          Chapter 32 The Rock of a Nation

          A travel blog entry by romabeach on Apr 27, 2015

          1 comment, 9 photos

          ... the New York Yacht Club.

          The America's Cup is the
          oldest continuously awarded trophy in the world. It predates the American Civil
          War. Between 1851 and 1983, the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) won every race and
          boldly bolted the cup to a stand in their trophy room.

          Although it
          was many years ago now it still rates as a great achievement by an underdog.

          Moving on from Rhode Island ...

          Do U Like Pina Coladas, Getting Caught in the Rain

          A travel blog entry by azcook on Oct 10, 2014

          29 photos

          ... one costs to get in to so we opted for outside pictures. This was the largest building in colonial Boston and was used for public meetings when Faneuil Hall was too small to hold a crowd. It's most famous meeting was December 16, 1773 when 5000 people gathered to protest the tax on tea. When the British occupied Boston from 1775-6 the troops desecrated this church using it as a stable and riding school and drinks were served in the ...

          Day 9: Allentown, Nazareth, and Hull

          A travel blog entry by nikl_us on Sep 09, 2014

          2 photos

          ... a day there and feature laser cutting, CNC milling, and robot buffing machines! Unfortunately, I couldn't find the sponsorship office to get some guitars for the band... After the unplanned stop, I had a six hour hike up to Boston and through five states. Including Pennsylvania, I drove through southern New York State, clear across Connecticut and Rhode Island, and up into southern Massachusettes. The drive was beautiful and featured a gorgeous sunset ...

          Boston tea party at Colditz

          A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jun 09, 2014

          2 comments, 6 photos

          As our driver wound his way through the streets of Quincy and approached our hotel up a hill we were given our first glimpses if what was to become known in my mind as 'The Marriott Colditz.
          The Marriott sits isolated on top of a hill about 1/2 hour commute from Boston. My first impression (I claim travel fatigue as an excuse) I had visions of being marooned in the hotel with Agatha Cristy characters lurking around every ...

          Drip Drip! Splash Splash!

          A travel blog entry by historyhunters on May 28, 2014

          42 photos

          ... with fresh herbs from the area. We were each given a spoonful to taste…it looked much better than it tasted. Fire is an important part of their daily life. It is used not only for cooking, but in the construction of a mishoon (canoe). The fire was used to hollow out the mishoon. Children have an important role in the Wampanoag Homesite. Their job is simple… just to be a kid. They were able to run around, play games, and be children. They did not have to work like ...