The Jesse Harlow House features historic and elegant accommodations in downtown Plymouth. This 200 year old fully updated, recently redecorated home is said to have belonged to a descendant of Pilgrims John Alden and Priscilla Mullins. Home is upscale and luxuriously appointed with Oriental rugs, fine bedding, and tasteful furniture. An ever increasing selection of restaurants, antiquing, the waterfront, Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, historic monuments, tours and museums are a 5 minute walk and beaches and Plymouth Plantation a 10 minute car or bike ride away.
5 on September 28, 2014
We were only able to stay one night, but wished we could have stayed more. We were in the Schooner Room which had a whimsical nautical theme in decor. The whole house was very clean and showed lots of TLC. Kathy and Dennis were so friendly and helpful with things to do in Plymouth. Kathy's breakfast was delicious! Among other tasties, there were fresh blueberry pancakes. YUM! And when we arrived, there were freshly baked brownies on the credenza! We will be coming back again when we are on the east coast.
5 on August 29, 2013
My boyfriend and I stayed at the Jesse Harlow House this past weekend. I chose to make my reservation here due to the friendliness and caring that Kathy showed during my initial phone call to get a quote on pricing. I had called many other locations and she was the only one I talked to that wanted to have a conversation instead of generically giving me numbers. Upon arrival she welcomed us in at the door and showed us around the house. When she said make yourself at home she meant it. She leaves you full range of the K-cup coffee and tea, provides cold drinks in the afternoon (homemade lemonade!), has a tray of snacks (brownies and baked goods), and even has a fridge with wine and beer – making sure you know it’s all up for grabs. The rooms were very clean and well kept. The breakfasts were not what you would call "traditional" such as eggs and bacon but were interesting (in a good way) and tasty. For example, the first day included grapefruit with toasted coconut, blueberry pancakes, sausage, and a salad (with candied nuts and cranberries). I would definitely stay here again and would recommend staying here to anyone who asked.
5 on July 20, 2013
This B&B is located perfectly in Plymouth - a few minutes walk to Burial Hill, Plymouth Rock, etc., and a five minute drive will get you to Plimoth Plantation. Kathy greeted us warmly upon arrival and the room was spectacular - the Schooner room on the first floor has a private bath and a queen bed. Several locations in the B&B are readily available for relaxation - down by the koi pond, up on the deck overlooking the Jabez Howland House, or in the living room. The breakfasts were awesome - delicious and comfortably filling; my wife and I found that breakfast and a small snack in the afternoon (homemade cookies or brownies provided by Kathy) kept us going right until dinner. Kathy and Dennis are friendly and personable. Kathy gave us several recommendations, whether we wanted to go to a beach, a restaurant, or see historic locations. No amount of praise would be too much for this B&B.
5 on May 15, 2013
We were delighted to stay with Kathy and Dennis, who were so welcoming, helpful and friendly.Their attention to detail was outstanding and breakfast was out of this world! We were given suggestions for places to eat and things to see in Plymouth and Boston. Kathy and Dennis even drove us to and from the station and bus stop and treated us to a special view of the cranberry bogs.We would happily recommend The Jesse Harlow House to anyone who appreciates friendly but respectful hosts, beautiful, comfortable surroundings and the most delicious breakfasts!
5 on September 20, 2012
Stayed one night after a wedding and would definely go back for longer stay! Greeted by Kathy and Dennis who were so friendly and welcoming. House was beautiful and the service and food were impeccable. Would definitely recommend this B&B to friends and family. Dennis and Kathy made us feel like family!,
5 on August 28, 2012
This is a beautiful house that is well maintained. In the back it has a covered porch and a small sitting area with a coy pond. Wonderful after a day on the town to come back and relax. Couldn't ask for a better location, downtown is about 5 minutes away walking. If you walk just a few more blocks away you'll see Plymouth rock. Dennis and Kathy are great people! They made for an accommodating and enjoyable stay. Thank YOU!
5 on July 20, 2012
Our stay was totally enjoyable! Dennis and Kathy could not have been more hospitable or entertaining. They helped with dinner reservations, and gave great touring advice for our first visit to Plymouth. They were continually doing all the things to make us feel like valued guests. The bed was very comfortable, everthing was clean, and little touches like a remote ceiling fan and snacks in the room were great. The rear deck and lower garden area were beautiful and were a unexpected benefit. Would definitely stay there again.
4.0 on June 10, 2012
We came from Vermont and stayed one night. Kathy and Dennis were cordial and immensely caring about our comfort in all ways. The room was delightful. Breakfast on the covered porch was an elongated pleasure. The only downside--staying just for one night!
5 on January 07, 2012
This place is fantastic! Kathy and Dennis are some of the most warm and well-seasoned owners/hosts we have ever stayed with. They provide the perfect amount of interaction while still respecting your privacy. The house is decorated so tastefully and is very clean. Kathy and Dennis really complemented the history of the house with the decor. It was done just how I hoped an historic New England Sea-Port B&B would look. The food was amazing. Kathy really puts the extra effort into her meals and it shows; no boring old muffins and yogurt here! This place is a great alternative to staying in Boston too. Just take the train, its easy. I was traveling with my fiancé and my parents so there were four opinions of the stay and all were stelar. I'm already trying to figure out an excuse to go back! Be forewarned though, you will be spoiled and it might skew your opinions of any places you stay after. By the way, the complementary wine and homemade cookies were appreciated very much so but this is the first and only place I've ever been where I was offered a local beer! Yay
4.4 on November 06, 2011
First of all, you will be received by Kathy, smiling, gentle and attentionnée (as we say in french). After you will appricate the warm blue room with the wonderfull schooner boat and enjoy a quiet rest. For the breakfast, even in the wind and rain of 2011 Hallooween days, being in the nice dinning room is a great pleasure while talking with Kathy and Dennis. If you authorize the following words; "Better would be useless !" Thank you so mutch Kathy and Dennis from Lys-Ange and Jacues and good luck for ever? Amicalement.
Eldred Wheeler Suite FOUR POSTER QUEEN second floor midsize room with large private bath in the hall with shower, in room robes, carved four poster queen bed, comfy leather/fabric chairs, view of Training Green (if used as suite with twin below...price for both rooms 250.00) Adjoining FOUR POSTER TWIN second floor midsize room shares above large private bath in the hall with shower, in room robes, lofty Tiger Maple twins with trundles...room will sleep 4 if trundles are used.
Nightly Rate: $250 - $250
Newport blue room with queen sized iron bed, leather chair for reading or relaxing, private bath in room with shower, first floor convenience, view of Training Green...no stairs!!
Nightly Rate: $135 - $165
Historic, Scenic, Vista oceano
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 40 miles
Directions from Logan Airport and Boston: From Logan Airport take Ted Williams Tunnel to I-93 south to Rte. 3 south heading toward Cape Cod. Take exit 6A (Sammoset Street) and make a right on Court Street. Note: the name of the road changes several times! Take your first right after Friendly’s Restaurant onto North Green Street. We are number 3, the second house on the right Please pull into the brick driveway. Directions from TF Green Airport and Providence: Take 95 to 195 North to 495 North to Rte. 44 East. Once you reach downtown Plymouth, take a right on Court Street. The name of the road changes several times! Once it changes to Sandwich Street, take your first right after Friendly’s Restaurant onto North Green Street. We are number 3, the second house on the right. Please pull into the brick driveway.
Antique Shopping, Beach, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Pilgrims settled here 1620, Myles Standish State Park, Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Plantation-historic re-creation, Historic homes, Picnic area, Religious Services, River
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, BBQ grill, Board games, DVD Player, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Videos , 3 bedrooms and 21/2 baths, Wireless network for internet access, Complimentary cold and hot drinks
Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, on-site chess & board games, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming
Kathy & Dennis Barbato
We are happy to be the new innkeepers/owners since May 2010! We love entertaining family, friends and new acquaintances. Enjoy, fishing, golfing and sporting events. We are very excited to welcome you here in Plymouth! Oh, if you're Yankee Fans, there is a 10% surcharge!!!
hot breakfast special featured daily.
A family favorite made with the freshest of blueberries. Served warm , right from the oven.