The Mirbeau Experience

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth is a 50-guestroom spa retreat combining the amenities of a gracious French manor house, a world-class spa, and casually elegant dining, all with the elegant comforts and residential feel of a private estate. The resort is situated on the Village Green in the award-winning community of The Pinehills in Plymouth, MA — minutes away from downtown and the beach. The Inn and Spa buildings are clustered around the sumptuous Monet pond gardens, with exterior architecture, interior décor and landscape design reminiscent of an estate in the countryside near Paris.

“You have everything that a person would need, from food to pampering. I have been to other spas, but the casual comfortable atmosphere you have is perfect!” ~ Mirbeau guest

Resort Facts

Mirbeau, loosely translated as “reflected beauty,” is inspired in part by the soft light, warm colors and introspective character found in the paintings of renowned French Impressionist Claude Monet. Family-owned Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth was designed to evoke the warmth, elegance and comfort of a private estate in the countryside near Paris but located in The Pinehills community in Plymouth, MA.

The Manor House, Guest House, Family Chapel (now repurposed as the Henri-Marie event venue), and surrounding gardens call to mind an old-world style blend of casual elegance, unique and interesting architecture and classic pleasures. The buildings are placed gracefully around the beautiful gardens and ponds inspired by Monet’s own gardens in Giverny, near Paris.

Located on a beautiful, wooded parcel at the eastern end of the Village Green, overlooking the 18th fairway of the popular Rees Jones golf course. This striking combination of a romantic French estate and the natural beauty of The Pinehills Community (located in Plymouth, MA) create the perfect venue for gatherings and getaways.

The historic destination of Plymouth, Massachusetts provides an abundance of nearby attractions and activities in all seasons for guests of all ages, including: fishing, boating, sightseeing in historic Plymouth and the Plimoth Plantation, museums, monuments, whale watching, horseback riding, dinner boat cruises and more.

Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth is a non-smoking property, inside and out.


Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth is located just off of Exit 7 on Route 3 in The Pinehills community in Plymouth, MA about 50 minutes south of downtown Boston and 40 minutes east of Providence. The resort overlooks the 18th fairway of the popular Pinehills Rees Jones golf course and is at the eastern end of the Village Green. Guests will be happy to know that Mirbeau Plymouth remains operational during storm events and grid outages. Our property operates with a cogeneration (combined heat and power) system that provides reliable onsite electricity generation and highly efficient energy production. Fueled by clean natural gas, our system reduces carbon emissions and qualifies as an Alternative Energy Solution.


For general information, please call 508.209.2626.

  • From North of Boston: Take 93 or 95 South past Boston to Rt 3 South to Exit 7 in Plymouth. Left to Pinehills.
  • From Points West: Take Mass Pike East or 95 North / 495 East to Rt 44 East, to Rt 3 South / Exit 7 in Plymouth. Left to Pinehills.
  • From Cape Cod: Rt 6 North/West, over bridge to Rt 3 South / Exit 7 in Plymouth. Right to Pinehills.

35 Landmark Drive, Plymouth, MA 0236

Gift Cards

Mirbeau gift cards are the perfect gift for that special someone!

Gift cards may be used towards memorable overnight getaways, relaxing spa treatments award-wining dining, wellness memberships, Boutique products, or any other offerings that entice you!

We now offer four ways to purchase:

1) On property at the hotel or spa desks

2) Online printable at home gift cards by clicking here

3) Online shippable gift cards to receive in the mail by clicking here

4) Over the phone by calling 877-MIRBEAU (647-2328)

Cards may be redeemed at any Mirbeau location, including

Skaneateles, NY; Albany, NY; and Plymouth, MA.


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