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.”
Please, no smoking or pets. Reservations are suggested.
The Isaac Mansfield Room is located on the first floor in the oldest part of the house. It features a queen size four-poster bed, a private bath, and lots of books! You might also expect a visit from Typhoon, the friendly house cat. The view from the window on the right overlooks the 1727 Old Town House.