This quaint historic inn was built in 1840 by ship builder Joseph Wightman. Each room has its own charm and sizes vary. Views of Georgetown Harbour can be enjoyed while relaxing out on the deck. This building formerly served as a mercantile store, post office, bank, Masonic lodge and a hardware store. The property has a 44-seat dining room and guests are treated to a gourmet breakfast each morning.
Smoke free premises. 8 units. 3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors.
restaurant, also, Three Rivers Dining, see separate listing.
wireless Internet. Some: no phones.
3 day cancellation notice-fee imposed.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 2 guests
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Pros: We were in a third floor room with a king size bed that was fabulous. Food was amazing (breakfast and dinner). Staff was friendly and very helpful and truly made us feel welcome.
We were on an ancestry trip and everyone in the Georgetown area was helpful and friendly. Made me feel like I was still part of the community.
Cons: Cannot think of a thing.
Pros: Hosts very friendly, dining room great, rooms clean and comfortable
Pros: The Georgetown Inn was a beautiful home, full of lovely furnishings and elegantly appointed rooms. Balcony space was a bonus for reading a book, viewing the waterfront, etc.Grounds were lovely as well. Breakfast was delicious.
Cons: Stairs, and no elevator, could be an issue for anyone with mobility issues.
Pros: staff was wonderful. great place to have a drink, meal, or just read a book on the deck.
Pros: The food was excellent, the house was a historic gem. The staff was friendly and helpful. The walk around Georgetown was lovely.
Pros: Staff very friendly & helpful.
Hotel was very clean.
Cons: Only 1 tour company for deep sea fishing with very limited spaces available.
Limited things to do in Georgetown.
Pros: only wifi
Cons: Room in the attic too small
Pros: Staff were so friendly.
Local entertainment was great fun.
Great choices for included breakfasts.
Cons: TV not working but owner will rectify.
Pros: Relative proximity to Ferry terminal (40Min), staff were friendly.
Cons: The whole town seems forgotten; very few places open, hardly anyone about. Food at this inn (one of two in area) is average.
Pros: A wonderful home, Delicious food, terrific hosts. This is a 5 star experience
Pros: Simply fantastic. The house itself has so much history and interest. All staff made us feel so welcome. Excellent bed, bathroom and breakfast. Brilliant place to stay in the heart of a superb harbour town.
Cons: Absolutely nothing!
Pros: Aubrey, the owner, really made an effort to make guests comfortable and welcome. Locaton is an historic building in a very small town. Breakfast was included, a la carte rather than buffet, and was delicious.
Cons: Important to know there are stairs up to rooms and some rooms have slanted ceilings where you might hit your head- wasn't a problem for us. Aubrey would certainly have done his best to move us if we had asked.