Olde Tavern Motel & Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOlde Tavern Motel & Inn Orleans
This place was a bit on the dumpy side. Old place stuck in the 70s. Breakfast was coffee and donuts nothing else.
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We started the day returning to Boston and visiting the JFK Presidential Library and had a nice time. There was a harbor walk in the back. We then headed to Cape Cod National Seashore where the drive to the tip was very disappointing, not much to look at. At the tip in Provincetown there were just too many people and parking was a problem. I guess …
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... then packing for the Baltimore wedding and our next eight months in Catonsville!
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The town of Plymouth was very picturesque and full of historical information. I can’t imagine how the original pilgrims survived that first winter as they landed there in December. There is a statue of an Indian chief who ...