Lonely Planet review
Steps from Gloucester Harbor, this grand Georgian house has five spacious and elegant rooms with period furnishings and private bathrooms. Breakfast is not included, so you’ll have to duck out to Two Sisters.
Our independent authors have visited Julietta House and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Gloucester.
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