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My wife and I spent our wedding night at Stonehenge in their premium suite, Venice, with a large Jacuzzi tub, fireplace, and spacious seating, in November 2013. We had a wonderful experience with Stonehedge, and superior service, and decided to return there this year for our one year anniversary. It was a quiet Thanksgiving night, but again the service was superb, the room in excellent condition, and this time we were able to better take advantage of the on-site facilities. At the pool, hot tub, and sauna complex at the spa, we were the only patrons, and enjoy the quiet swimming soak. The spa is small, with four rooms, but in the morning my wife had a Vino massage with their masseuse, who is extremely talented, and she had a great experience. At breakfast at the Left Bank restaurant, there were few groups at first the day after Thanksgiving, but arrived in numbers later on. We both had the three egg omelette with home fries and toast: it was delicious, with hearty thick cut applewood bacon, and filling for a high-class restaurant at a reasonable price. We left a good tip. It's definitely a place we would come back to you in the future should we be in the area or wish to reminisce. Just a few minor thing that could be improved: I had a music playlist prepared, but the music dock only excepted the old connectors for iPhones, not the newer. On the whole, as my wife and I discussed it, we found this to be an excellent place for an anniversary, luxurious, quaint, romantic. The king Jacuzzi rooms are extremely comfortable, with Sealy Posturepedic beds and comforters that make for an excellent nights rest. Tyngsboro Massachusetts is not a high octane destination, but for relaxation and a beautiful New England town, it is tops (after all, we were married here near the riverbank). All in all, the service of Stonehedge and staff was very high-quality, from servers to reception to spa stuff. All hoped to provide a good experience for us and their other customers. Thank you, Stonehedge for a memorable anniversary!
proximity to downton was unimpressed by the quality of furniture, layout, and comfort of the room
It was an interesting building in an interesting town. It was more like a bed and breakfast to me, which I loved, and reminded me of some of the old hotels I stayed in Europe. It was an older, historic building but not run-down at all.
The atmosphere - the room was comfortable although not air conditioned. Fortunately the evening was cool. I didn't realize that when I made the reservation. This wasn't the hotel's fought, but navigating to the inn was difficult. One way streets and roads that curved the "wrong direction" plus no signs made it very frustrating to get to.
The hotel was very homely nd welcoming. The situation could not have been bette it is so near to walk to all Salem tourist attractions The jaccussi beiing turned on in the room above ours at 11.45pm.
Very quiet. Well maintained. Great breakfast !
It was very close to the centre of town
The continental breakfast was very convenient and excellent! Also the option of running a room air conditioner or opening the windows for fresh air. Our room was very comfortable and clean including a nice large bathroom.
It's old - Brings you back
Close to all historicle areas.