Stay in this 1680, authentic Pilgrim Century dwelling decorated with period appropriate furnishings along with modern amenities. Find us on a quiet, winding road surrounded by a salt water marsh. Visit our website.
Seasonal rates and booking minimums are provided on our website.
There is a bedroom on each floor with an attached bathroom. For more information please our website.
Guests have full use of the original house, including the parlor, the hall (original kitchen,) the bedrooms, and the lean to.
* TVs available upon request
* Access to microwave, refrigerator, and coffeemaker/ Keurig
* Coffee, tea, condiments are provided
* Dishes, glasses, and utensils are available
* Low lighting. Additional lighting at your request
* BBQ grill available
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Interakcija s gostima
An innkeeper is on site to assist you with any of your needs while respecting your privacy.
Check in is from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Special arrangements may be made for early or late check in. If you plan to arrive after 6 p.m., please contact the innkeeper, so we can make arrangements for your arrival. Check out is at 11 a.m.
Cell phone's do not always work. Because we are a small, individual lodging facility, cancellations affect us significantly. As such, full payment is required to confirm your reservation. We make every effort to rebook your reservation, in which case, we will refund your deposit.
We are continually evolving our furniture by selling the 18th century pieces and replacing it with Pilgrim Century. The furniture pictured may have changed.
Please visit our website.
• Fred and Pam Grote were the recipients of the Restoration Award 2015 granted by the Gloucester Historical Commission for the restoration of the First Period House, colonial William Haskell House.
•Early American Life, October Issue, 2014.
•Gloucester Times, March 29, 2013. "Breathing New Life Into Old House" This is an excellent article on the recent renovation project. (Some of the names are incorrect.)
•"The Evolution of Colonial Architecture," edited by Lisa C. Mullins. From The Architectural Treasures of Early America. Originally published in 1939 in The White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs, edited by Russell Whitehead and Frank Chouteau Brown. An entire chapter is dedicated to the William Haskell Dwelling.
•The National Register of Historic Places.
•House Beautiful, 1927.
•"Beyond New England Thresholds," by Samuel Chamberlain, 1937.
We ask that you adhere to the following policies. Due to the unusual and delicate nature of our house and our original, period antiques, we have policies that must be imposed. We do hope you understand-- we want your stay to be an extraordinary experience. At the same time, please help us protect the best interest of the house and its contents. Appropriate state and local taxes will be applied.
If the house is booked at a time you would like to reserve the house, please ask the innkeeper to put your name on a cancellation list.
The William Haskell House is a private residence. The use of our home is for the exclusive use of registered guests only. Others are not allowed use of the house, nor property. Out of respect for the privacy of the owners, drop by inquiries cannot be accepted. Booking a reservation means you have read accommodation expectations and our policies and agree to adhere to them.
We have an extremely delicate bio-filter septic system and must be very careful as to what goes in the system. No oils of any kind can be used. No personal hygiene products can be placed in toilet. We ask that you use the soap and shampoo that are provided. Unfortunately, we must use septic system safe products.
Smoking is not allowed inside or near the house. For guests who smoke, we have a covered designated smoking area. Ask innkeeper for details.
Candles and Flames
No candles or flames of any kind may be used in your bedrooms. For the ambiance of a candle, battery operated candles are provided. Candles in the parlor or in the hall may be used only at the innkeepers discretion and oversight. By advance request, you may ask the innkeeper to build a fire in the parlor or in the original kitchen. The innkeeper will determine the time the last log goes on the fire and when the protective screen is put in place. For your safety and for your warmth and comfort, we do not allow fires in the bedrooms.
Our home and antiques are not designed with children in mind. Children are welcome ONLY by advance special arrangement with the innkeeper. Well-behaved children 16 and older are welcome in the company of adult guests. For exceptions to this policy, please consult the innkeeper.
Although we are lovers of animals, we are sorry that we cannot accept pets. We would be happy to assist you in finding a nearby, suitable lodging facility for your pet.
Not Handicap Accessible
We are sorry, but due to the historic nature of the house, we are not handicap accessible.
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