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We really enjoyed staying at this beautifully restored 1871 mansion. Doug and Rosalie are very capable hosts who knew all about the area's historic sites. We will stay here again! The rooms are bright and comfortable, with full bathrooms in each one.
My wife and I came there for a very short getaway. We were super impressed by the house... very beautiful inside and out, with tasteful decorations and interesting touches, such as the cool staircase and the three-story chandelier.
The owners, Doug and Rosalie Polite, were...More
We spent the weekend at the Flagg Farmstead. This really is a farm! It's rural, but close to everything. The setting is peaceful, and the home is very relaxing. My wife and I had lots of time to read and enjoy the fireplace! Breakfast is...More
How very comfortable we were in the five bedrooms, with private baths, all decorated in the style of the circa 1871 brick home which is The Flagg Farmstead Bed and Breakfast. Doug and Rosalie welcomed us and served delicious breakfasts! It was perfect for celebrating...More
We found our way back to The Flagg Farmstead for another lovely stay. Rosalie and Doug go out of their way to make sure that you are happy. This time we chose the Cornelius Flagg room, as the shower area is larger (Jacuzzi tub), because...More
Response from lindylou_11 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who... More
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who can't hand stairs.
Trust this helps.
Kind Regards, Linda (Ipswich, England)
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