Captain Daniel Packer Inne
22 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
eat downstairs. Authentic colonial dining and bar. Musicians play at 9 bbn pm most nights.
200 year old historic building with great pub food and fine dining for dinner-fireplaces, great drinks.
A short stroll away from Main Street. The Captain Daniel Packer Inn is a cozy little place to sit by the fire and enjoy live music, drinks and food in a historical location. There’s live entertainment every night in the pub and great comfort food options.
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