White Swan Bed and Breakfast, a
200-year-old historic farmhouse was
built by Clark Holmes and has been an inn for over 100 years.
Gloria Swanson, Judge Brandeis and Henry Cabot Lodge were some of the inn's notable guests. Our ideal location is a two-minute walk to a sandy beach and a 10 minute drive to where the Mayflower II sits in Plymouth harbor. Cape Cod is a 20 minute drive and Boston 50 minutes.
Free Wi-Fi and Bikes for our guests
Refrigerators in all rooms and cable.
We invite you to come and share the casual warmth and friendly atmosphere of our bed and breakfast, named for the swans that gently glide along our ocean's edge.
After an early morning stroll along White Horse Beach's private section, enjoy a full breakfast in our elegant dining room or in the garden under the gazebo savoring a cup or two of Christine's specially brewed coffee.
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White Swan is just minutes away from downtown Plymouth and many historical attractions.
Golfing, biking, swimming, hiking, birding, whalewatching, harbor cruises, and deep-sea fishing are just some of the activities that are easily accessible to our guests.
Enjoy antiquing at a number of local shops, tour Plymouths state forests, or try one of the popular local seafood restaurants.
Of course you may prefer to simply relax alongside one of Plymouths beautiful beaches.
King or Suite Rates:
$169 - $199
|~ Children over age 5 are welcome.~
With infants and toddlers please contact Christine in advance.
Children $20.00 extra per night, adults $30.00
~ One night free after a six night stay.~
~ Senior citizen discount available. ~
~ We can accommodate small groups with advance reservations. ~
~ Two night week end minimum: July-Oct ~
We are open year 'round
Children over 12 welcome
Special diets accommodated
A unique and beautiful bed & breakfast
White Swan is a member of the following
Plymouth Bed and Breakfast Association
Bed and Breakfast Associates Bay Colony Plymouth County Development
Council/Convention and Visitors Bureau
Licensed by Plymouth Board of Health
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