Built in 1847 by blacksmith Aaron Sampson for his private residence, this bed and breakfast home was purchased in 1924 for use as a general store by the paternal grandfather of Mulberry's foundress. One hundred and fifty years later this cozy Cape Cod style home welcomes travelers to Wareham. Family heirlooms and antiques provide a comfortable atmosphere for guests. Specializing in personal service, Fran, the owner, will gladly direct guests to areas of interest along Wareham's fifty-four miles of seashore or to historic Plymouth, Boston, New Bedford, Newport, or scenic Cape Cod. She awaits your inquiry and visit. Gift certificates are also available.
4.2 on October 14, 2014
great breakfast, reminds me of being back in the 50s. no shower but an old bathtub
5 on July 26, 2014
Mulberry Bed and Breakfast is Fran's home - it is not a "corporate B&B". You are a guest in Fran's historic home that reminded us of "visiting grandma". We called late to reserve a room and she gave us a great recommendation for dinner before we even checked-in. The room was quaint and the shared bath is part of the charm. It was a delight to eat a real breakfast and hear about Wareham.
5 on May 03, 2014
My husband and I stayed at The Mulberry B & B the night of our wedding last May 26th 2013. After a long day of dancing and guests Fran had the most beautiful room set up for us and the warmth of her hospitality was awesome. We are going back to The Mulberry B & B to celebrate our 1st anniversary and look forward to the beauty, charm and peacefulness ...in fact, I just got off the phone and booked our weekend :)
5 on September 14, 2013
My son enjoyed the hospitality Fran provides when he roomed with her during his time playing in the Cape League in 1994 - my other son and I stayed here for a week when we visited Karl. My wife and I visited and roomed with Fran a few years ago after a cruise out of Boston. Fran is a treat and a wonderful host. We have stayed at numerous B & B's domestically and in foreign lands. The Mulberry is one of our top two choices. You won't go wrong staying at the Mulberry.
5 on January 23, 2013
I stayed while working as a RN at local hospital and it was my home away from home. Thank Mulberry Fran! XO
5 on January 19, 2013
Fran Murphy was a delight as a hostess and her home was full of charm.
4.4 on July 15, 2011
Some B&Bs are run like hotels, where you're just a number - and some make you feel as if you are a welcome guest in someone's home... Mulberry B&B definitely fits the latter category! Fran, the owner/proprietress, is as warm and accommodating a hostess as you'll find anywhere. She always does her best to make my stay as inviting and trouble-free as possible, and her cats are absolutely charming (if you like cats, of course). Her conversations are engaging, but she also respects your space if you need it (or have business to attend to). I've already stayed here another time since my first visit, and I'm booking my third stay tonight.
4.4 on May 26, 2011
This is a very nice, quiet place to stay. Fran, the owner, is an absolute gem. She is very accomodating. Her french toast is delicious! The house is lovely and the rooms are quite comfortable. The hot tub is fantastic and quite private. There are a couple of things that guests should know. There are two cats in the house. They are quite friendly and Fran keeps them out of guest's rooms but they are in the house. I wouldn't stay here if you are highly allergic. Also, there are two shared baths. The bathroom upstairs has an old claw foot tub (no shower.) The downstairs bathroom has a shower. Overall, it was a wonderful place to stay.
4.6 on October 08, 2009
The Mulberry Bed and Breakfast is centrally located in the little village of Wareham, and Frances Murphy makes sure that your stay is as comfortable as possible. Staying there is like staying at a relative's classic New England cottage, and we certainly will be back next time we head to Wareham to visit family!
5 on February 27, 2009
First time and very happy that our daughter found this place for us to stay in a situation that we needed somebody to talk and share our feelings.
Small town, Village
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 55 miles
1 mile south from juncture of I-195 and I-495
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Cranberry harvesting, Seashores, Hay and sleigh rides in season, Cape Cod Bay, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Library, Piano, Telephone, VCR, Videos , There are local old cemeteries for research and stone rubbing. There are 3 playgrounds for children within walking distance.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Radio, TV
Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Waterslide only 4 miles away., Cape Cod Cruises, Whale watching, Historic Plymouth, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Frances A. Murphy
I enjoy my business, my pets, bicycling, gardening, friends, cross country skiing, swimming, furniture restoration, chair caning, and baking. I am also a retired school teacher.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Elegant Autumn French Toast
Cinnamon bread, baked sliced apples, cream cheese french toast batter