BEST WESTERN Plus Cold Spring
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After a very late breakfast at Mystic we headed north on the I95. Got a bit confused with the numbering of junctions which start back at 1 every time you cross a state line ( I thought we had arrived at 6A a bit too soon!). Travelled across Rhode Island very quickly ( well it is a very small state) and came across our first roundabout ( or 'traffic …
... and the old train station looks great. I drove down past 505 Main Street where dad lived, but it's all gone and rebuilt now. It was probably more of a small mill town back in 1917 and now it's a much bigger city. I doubt dad would have recognized much. Following that bit of nostalgia we took off for Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the Pilgrams. This town has also grown some and been duded up, but still retaining a lot of ...
... we got a hop on/hop off ticket like in New York that also came with a harbour cruise. Another boat! But I was good this time! We finished up with that and ventured out to Harvard where we had lunch. Nothing special but I can now say I've been to Harvard! We did a bit more shopping in the afternoon then meet back up with the group for our last dinner. When we got back to the hotel we played ten pin bowling - was right next to the hotel - and I won! Without bumpers as well! Go ...
... years old. Apparently her father was a pilot or worked for United Airlines. She told us stories of traveling all over the world. At one point, she talked about visiting Fiji which she advised was an exercise in the locals trying to, in her words, 'rip them off.' So even though we thought maybe Fiji might make our bucket list, we don't think we will be going there anytime soon. Nevertheless, Tara was a most enjoyable traveling companion and we certainly wish her ...
... through, heading for Plymouth. The "Plimoth Plantation" (apparently one of the famous documents about the historic town is titled that way).
The museum re-creates what the town would have looked like, as well as a Native American area, and a craft workshop which makes pottery and woodworking true to the early styles.
At each stop along the walking tour, you can ask questions to ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews BEST WESTERN Plus Cold Spring Plymouth
My family stayed here on June 20th. I was SOOOOO impressed by this property! This is the nicest hotel I have visited in a long while. The room was so clean and neat and new. I could'nt even find a speck of dust anywhere! The bath is very large with a huge counter top. Also, there was an extra sink and a mirror in the room (outside the bath) also. The beds were clean and comfortable with pastel green sheets. I could go on and on about how great this place is....my suggestion is to visit Plymouth Massachusetts (PRETTY TOWN) and stay here!!! The continental b'fst was great also!!! The owners are so nice and friendly....they live on the property and keep the grounds up like a flower garden showplace! I will NEVER stay anywhere but here when I go back to Plymouth!!!!!! THIS PROPERTY IS AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lived there for Three Months...
I travel the country with my wife (she is a contract Physical Therapist) and we stayed at the Cold Springs for our three months in Plymouth. This is our third year living in hotels and this one is on the top of the list for upkeep and grounds. Extremely friendly staff, Kim at the front desk is wonderful and they made us feel right at home. The cleaning staff is generous and always accomadating. Can not say one bad thing...oh yah, they are not too overpriced like some other places in Plymouth. There really is no place "on the water" Cold Springs is a three minute walk to the center of town.
Best Western Cold Springs
We loved Plymouth and enjoyed visiting the Mayflower 2, the Pioneer Village and some of the museums as well as just wandering around the town.
The Best Western Cold Springs is a very nice motel, clean, nicely decorated, comfortable and had a very nice complementary breakfast. They offered a package of sights to see and we found the whole experience very enjoyable.
A great place to stay!
The Best Western Cold Spring was the perfect place to stay in Plymouth. My wife and I spent two nights there in mid-August and had a great time. The rooms were large and well kept, very clean and comfortable. The hotel is within walking distance (10-15 min. walk) and we found the staff very nice and helpful.
The continental breakfast served by the hotel is great... Bagels, donuts, juice, coffee, fruit... The pool was nice to cool off in during the afternoon and the grounds of the hotel were great for relaxing.
We were dissappointed we had to leave, we'll definitely be going back!
A Plymouth Delight!
My stay at the Best Western Cold Spring was a delight, from the many smiles at check-in to the immaculate grounds, pool & rooms. The Innkeepers acted like they genuinely were glad that I was a guest. A must for a return trip.
Spacious and Quiet
This hotel has lodges around its grounds which are spacious and comfortable. Central Plymouth is just up the road and there are plenty of good restaurants nearby. Breakfast is a good buffet. Steps up to the pool are a bit steep but pool is good.
Would visit again
Nicest place in town....
I've stayed at the Cold Spring many times, and have never been disappointed. Exceptionally clean, comfortable, and good location (not exactly walking distance to the waterfront, though). Management is friendly and helpful, as well. There are more expensive accomodations in town, but none nicer. You can't go wrong here.
This may be a motel, but it is a very well run and beautifully maintained one that gives excellent value for money.The staff were keen to help and veryfriendly- the chambermaid even helped us clean our car windscreen of squashed bugs!
The rooms was spacious and well furnished with a good bathroom Only gripe was that the a/c was very noisy
It is a little outside historic Plymouth but walking in along the waterfront was very pleasant
And I mustn't forget- the grounds are beautiful
Bob and Tom Jaeger (owners of BW Cold Spring) and their families reside on the premises of this immaculate hotel. We believe that is the key to the overwhelming experience you also will have when you stay here. The Jaeger's are available but not in the way. They are extremely friendly and courteous. We had interraction with one of the Jaeger wives and she gave all the praise to the Housekeeping Staff. She seemed to have a nice relationship with the Head of HK. The maids go above and beyond to make your stay pleasant and extremely sanitary. The maids are very accomodating in working around your schedule when caring for your room. The grounds are phenomenal. Not just the rooms but the grounds are very well kept. The landscaping is so beautiful. Continental Breakfast includes Coffee/Tea/Juice, Bagels/Muffins/Danish/Donuts and that much needed fresh fruit in the morning. The Hotel is quiet and sits on land not far from some of the greatest attractions in Plymouth, Mass. The section of the hotel we stayed at overlooks the Harbor. The view makes for absolutely priceless morning memories. We would recommend this hotel, Best Western Cold Spring, to any person looking to stay at a well cared for hotel that is nestled amongst many historic attractions. From this Hotel we went as far north as Kennebunkport, Maine and south as Woods Hole Cape Cod. It is situated in a great location for both north and south travel along our majestic ocean coast.
We (my girlfriend and I) visited Cold Springs Motel, Plymouth. MA. in 2000. We arrived in New York and stayed there a couple of nights and then headed to Plymouth and found the lovely motel of Cold Springs. Very nice, we were planning to stay for 2 nights and then travel New England, but it was so nice we stayed there for 7 nights and used it as our base. All in all .... highly recomended, you will not be dissapointed with this motel. One day we will return, just a little too far from Wales pop there for a weekend. YOU WILL NOT BE DISSAPOINTED