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Sandy and Charles are terrific hosts. Our visit was relaxing and wonderful! (Also, the breakfasts are delicious!) We loved being able to walk downtown and come back to such a welcoming environment! The rooms are unique and comfortable.
My wife and I stayed at Abe's for our 25th wedding anniversary. The amenities were fantastic, great location, and Sandy is an excellent cook and host! The suite was roomy and well provisioned, with plenty of privacy. We started our mornings with STRONG (by request)...More
Abe's guesthouse was absolutely perfect! Very big and cozy rooms in a historic building just minutes away from Main Street. The hosts were so sweet and made us feel at home serving up a filling breakfast and taking care of us from the moment we...More
We had an excellent one night stay at Abe's in Rudolph's Retreat. The decor is stunning (artwork by the owner) and completely comfortable. It's a very short walk to the Main Street, but very nice to be just outside the hustle and bustle. Breakfast was...More
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Response from Abes-Galena, Owner at Abe's Spring Street Guest HouseResponded 9 May 2017
So pleased you enjoyed your stay at Abe's Spring St. Guest House. Our top priority is to make sure our guests have a great stay and breakfast. Yes, the art work, painting and drawings and the bed frame with bronze figures on it are just...More
Clean, artful, historic. Added charm of owner's original sculptures throughout the place. Excellent breakfast and conversation in their own kitchen. Main street a walkable distance. Stayed in Rudolph's room - spacious and reasonably priced.More
Response from Abes-Galena, Owner at Abe's Spring Street Guest HouseResponded 5 May 2017
Thanks for taking the time to write a review. We are thankful you did.
Glad to hear you enjoyed the history of Abe's. The building was built in 1876 as an icehouse and has 27 inch thick walls. After the brewery went bankrupt in 1890,...More