Adorable, Quaint and perfect for 2.
We had a very nice stay at the dollhouse! We just stayed a night for an anniversary getaway. It was nicely located to the center of town so we could walk to dinner and the ice cream parlor. Fun thrift store also. The diner we went to the next morning was also delicious. Highly recommend. The house is closely located to some houses belonging to Plymouth State College and walking to dinner was slightly awkward. It was Saturday around 4pm and the drinking had already started. Lots of young guys loitering on the lawns, beer cans all over the place. The whole street smelled like beer. I am only 36 but out of my college years and don't care for that whole scene at all. I guess it's to be expected being so close to the college, but if you walk to town, avoid Russell Street and walk down Warren instead. The dollhouse is secluded enough that the music playing in the neighborhood isn't disturbing. And it was good to see a strong police presence on patrol. We did stop at Tedeschi's for some milk and saw a kid get busted for trying to use a fake I.D. for beer. That was a first. Anyway, the house itself is a lot of fun, and was very comfortable. Love the cute little kitchen. And we found a flashlight that came in handy for our nighttime walk to the ice cream parlor. It had everything you could think of. We had a lot of fun reading the titles of the novels from the 40's on the bookshelf. We got a lot of laughs from the titles and subject matter of the times.
Plymouth's Historic 1920 Doll House