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out of 7 reviews
“House of History”
DeLano Homestead Bed & Breakfast was a lovely historical home of the grandparents of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The home was located in a quiet neighborhood,very nicely kept, and the grounds around the home were beautiful. The young man who owns the place was very interesting to talk with and offered suggestions of places to visit. Our room was very nicely decorated and the bed was comfortable. The location was excellent for obtaining ferry service to either Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket Island. It was a very pleasant experience and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
Very beautiful house, with a very interesting history, specially for all Delano and Roosevelt descendant.
“Quiet Place with Great Location”
This place was delightful. Victorian decor with 10 fit ceilings. Quiet neighborhood. Lots of breakfast options---they even asked in advance what food preferences we had! Would definitely consider staying again if in the area or jumping off to Martha's Vineyard (the New Bedford ferry to MV is only 5 minutes away).
“The best place to stay in Fairhaven, MA.”
Absolutely a wonderful place to stay. The quality of the staff was welcoming and friendly. Nice and clean rooms.We are definitely going to put it on our top ten place to return!
“The Delano Retreat”
We absolutely loved it!! Our room was comfort bright and clean. The house is gorgeouse built in 1835. Spectacular location in the center of Fairhaven. Can't wait to visit again.
“Nice B&B in fun, historic town.”
It was like staying in Newport, RI - but without all the tourists, and "Neportness". It's in the middle of a very nice historic district with an easy walk to downtown, the park, or the waterfront. The only complaint was that there is no sign out front - making it a little nondescript and hard to identify.
“Fair Haven's Finest”
This vistorian bed and breakfast is gorgeous -- nicely renovated, and decorated well in period furnishings. The location is perfect -- surrounded by a lovely garden and exquisite churches and town hall, as well as other victorian homes in the neighborhood and just across the bridge to New Bedford.