Thursday, May 15, 2014

Fidelia Bridges Guest House

It has been awhile since I have posted any photos of the Fidelia Bridges Guest House, so I thought it was time. Here are some new photos that I shot earlier this week.

 This house, built in 1807 for a school teacher, was turned into a B and B called the Suzannah Flint House. We purchased it in 2003, and eventually renamed it the Fidelia Bridges Guest House, primarily because there was no one names Suzannah Flint associated with the building, and there was a big association between the house and the very famous artist, Fidelia Bridges.

The lilacs are beautiful this year, albeit a bit out of control.  We will prune them when they stop blooming.

The Garden Room, also known as 1-1.


The bedroom of the suite, 1-2.


The Red and Gold Room, AKA 2-1.


The Rose Room, AKA 3-1

I hope you enjoy these up-to-date photos.

If you wish to reserve any of these rooms, give us a call at 978-744-4080.  These rooms cannot be reserved on-line like the rest of the rooms operated by the Hawthorne Hotel.

I hope to see you here.


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