Brimblecomb Hill
a little about..

Brimblecomb Hill B&B

Since 1721, when Isaac Mansfield built his house on Mechanic Street…

then known as Brimblecomb Hill…it has been home to a cooper, a cordwainer, a minister, a wigmaker, an ice cream maker, and a friend of Benjamin Franklin, to name but a few.

Now you too can enjoy the charm of this lovingly
restored antique home which was featured in both
“Better Homes and Gardens” and “Colonial Homes.”

Brimblecomb Hill has transitioned to a Bed & Breakfast/Guest House, meaning we will still be offering cozy rooms and great hospitality but we will no longer provide our continental breakfast. Be assured, there are several great coffee shops and breakfast spots just a couple minutes walk away from Brimblecomb Hill. The pandemic forced us to do this and we have decided to keep it as our official policy. We hope all will understand.

Guests may still breakfast (or snack) in the former Breakfast Room or on the Courtyard if you choose to bring things back to Brimblecomb.

Please, no smoking or pets. Reservations are suggested.