4.4 on June 22, 2014
We stayed in room A in the Cliff House. We watched the fish boil from the front porch swing.We loved our room, wishing though for a more comfortable sofa or chair in our room. Having had a number of knee surgeries I found it difficult to get out of the very low chair and sofa. Another suggestion would be for a broom so that we could clean off the front porch or our private porch so we could use it. With the damp weather cob webs and leaves needed to be brushed off before we could sit on them each time..A broom on the porch of the home would be great. We will be back!!!
5 on September 11, 2010
We have stayed at the White Gull Inn at least once a year since 1988. It has all of the ambiance anyone looking for a small inn or New England style bed and breakfast could want. The rooms and service are of the highest quality. The owners are their staff both strive to make the stay one you will remember. Try their "Good Morning America" award winning breakfast.
5 on September 07, 2009
for the last five years, my daughter and i have been spending columbus day week-end at white-gull inn where the rooms, service, value, cleanliness and dining are all outstanding. this year there will be an exception, we will not be spending our mother-daughter bonding week-end at white gull inn as she is getting married october 3rd and will be on her honeymoon. i will be certainly miss the fish boil and the generous breakfasts but hope to visit white gull inn next year for columbus week-end.
5 on January 17, 2007
Although famous for its fish boils, the White Gull is a great escape year-round. The Coulsons have worked hard to enhance the inn's historic appeal with ongoing improvements and refurbishing to keep the decor sparkling fresh. In-town location is quiet yet an easy walk to cute shops and more.