At a Glance
- lovely location with water-view garden
- some rooms have massage chairs
- only breakfast is served on-site
- no air-conditioning
Cooper's Inn Review
Shelburne's historic waterfront was the site of a major Loyalist landing in 1783, and a year later the structure that now houses this inn went up. Over time it has been occupied by mariners, merchants, and the barrel maker (aka cooper) for which the inn is named. History aside, the inn is known for its hospitality, so, in addition to comfortable, tastefully appointed guest rooms, you can expect welcome extras such as chocolates and coupons for discounted admission at Dock Street museums.
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