Quaint and and sometimes funky accommodations with an atmosphere reminiscent of a traditional English manor.
This historic property opened in 1922 and was named for the lodging in Chaucer’s "Canterbury Tales." It was originally intended to be a party venue but has since expanded to include 40 guest rooms. Not all of the accommodations, however, have their own bathrooms, and rates vary greatly in accordance with shared or private facilities. The inn provides laundry and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout, and hair dryers, irons and ironing boards are available at the front desk. Since this is a historic property, there are no TVs in the rooms (to preserve the building's unique atmosphere), but a small number can be had on loan on a first-come, first-serve basis. While there also is no elevator, staff members are available to help with luggage. For those who require certain modern comforts, air-conditioning is provided in the guest rooms from April to November, and in the public areas year-round. Complimentary continental breakfast is served daily. Pets are welcome for an additional charge.