"I genuinely enjoy everything about The Hancock Inn: its location, the food, the service, the rooms, and the ambiance. Make no mistake about it, Hancock in and of itself is the quintessential tiny New England village, with a simple main street that harks back to the Colonial days, a general store, and no traffic lights. You won't find any amusement parks or loud distractions here - and that's probably just what you need. While modern day necessities such as Wifi and cable TV are available at The Inn, the things you don't realize you need are right outside of your door, be it the lovely garden behind the restaurant or the serene small town vibes just out front. Owners Marsha and Jarvis are perfect hosts, ensuring both your comfort and your happiness are a priority. The innkeepers and contributing staff follow the lead of the owners, providing a level of service that makes it seem that they are delighted to do so, a rare find in this modern fast-paced world. Dinners are delicious and inventive, and an opportunity to do so outdoors in the garden is always tempting when conditions permit. For me, the game changer is the breakfast. Jarvis brings a rare talent to the breakfast kitchen, waving his wand over simple delights like homemade English muffins, steel cut oats, homemade sausage, and poached eggs, and ultimately creating magical deliciousness. Wondering if each bite is the best bite you've ever had of each of the items has become the norm for me there, and with five breakfasts now under my belt, I can say confidently that The Hancock Inn puts the "breakfast" in bed and breakfast, making it an ideal destination rather than just a stop along the way for a weary traveler. Kudos to the entire team at The Hancock Inn and thank you for everything you do to have made my stays both memorable and thoroughly enjoyable."