Whether you are planning a quiet romantic getaway or an active weekend of cycling or cross country skiing, the 1840 Bruce House is the perfect place to stay. Conveniently located in the lovely historic district, the Bruce House features four beautifully decorated rooms, each with private period-style baths, superbly comfortable beds, cable TV and free wi-fi. Relax by the fire with a glass of wine or cup of tea, and enjoy a book from our library or spin some classic vinyl on our turntable. In the morning enjoy a gourmet two-course breakfast in the elegant breakfast room, or relax in bed with a continental tray delivered to your room. We are within walking distance of restaurants, shopping, live theatres, art galleries and the scenic railroad. Located three blocks from two major bike trails, we provide secure bike parking and cleaning facilities. Find out why the New York Post called the Tripadvisor top-rated Bruce House a 'chic B&B' that is 'a find'!
Named for one of Bruce House’s original owners, reputed to be a descendant of the Scottish hero Robert the Bruce, this grand two-room English library-style suite features high ceilings, intricate 19th century wood paneling, a queen-size antiqued-brass bed, and separate dressing room featuring an elegant lighted vanity.
Named after Cumberland’s most famous resident and inspired by the décor of Mount Vernon, this stunning Colonial style room boasts high ceilings, an extravagant queen-sized canopy bed, and a spacious bathroom with antique clawfoot soaking tub. Nighttime views of lighted church steeples give the room a serene atmosphere.
Named for the monks that occupied the third floor when the Bruce House was the home of the La Salle Catholic boys’ school, this spacious attic room is decorated in French country style as a nod to the origins of the De la Salle Christian Brothers order. Its soothing green toile décor, king-sized bed, and nighttime views of lighted church steeples make it the perfect getaway from the day’s stress. While soaking in the antique pedestal tub, enjoy an expansive view of the town below and the rolling hillsides above.
This cozy attic room is perched high with a view of the Narrows, gateway to the West. Decorated in cheerful yellow tones, its twin beds make it the perfect room for friends traveling together. Enjoy a relaxing soak in the spacious clawfoot tub after a long day’s cycling or sightseeing.
5 on December 16, 2013
My wife and I enjoyed our stay at the Bruce House Inn in December, 2013. Pam, our hostess had a nice warm fire in the common room. Our room was lovely…..the fireplace was warm, bed was comfortable and the bathroom/shower was very nice. Sunday morning breakfast was exceptional. We had a lovely time at the Bruce House Inn.
5 on October 14, 2013
What can I say, other than that the Bruce House is fantastic. Pam, our host, was outgoing and friendly. Our room was charming, tastefully decorated, and had the most luxurious bathroom I've ever encountered at a B&B, as well as having the most comfortable mattress of any B&B. The most welcome surprise was Pam's ability to accommodate vegetarians. The bacon wasn't just absent from the plate, but was replaced with veggie sausage. This says everything about a hostess. A true find.
4.8 on August 14, 2013
We were very surprised by the spacious room and exceptional retreat within a historic small town. The host did a great job helping us figure out what to see and do. Her breakfast was exquisite - unique and tasty. We have recommended this B&B to others passing through Cumberland.
5 on January 02, 2013
Arrived on a rainy, cold evening to a welcoming hostess and fire in the fireplace. We had just traveled through some terrible sleety weather and were glad to enter the front door to such a warm welcome. Pam was so kind and helpful in every way. Our room was cozy and comfortable. Pam had thought of all the little extras that made our stay enjoyable. Breakfast was delicious and so elegantly done. We recommend this B&B and hope to return and explore Cumberland and all it has to offer a tourist.
5 on September 19, 2012
We were warmly greeted by Pam. After showing us to our room she offered us a glass of wine and gave recommendations for dinner. Breakfast was very good with seconds offered. The rooms were beautifully decorated and very clean.
Mountains, Small town
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Scenic Railroad, Cycling Trails, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi
Green cleaning products used, Plush robes, Towel Warmers, Environmentally-sensitive Spa Amenities