1700s Colonial in country setting, 1 mile from Chester Village. Fifty-six acres including pond, meadow, woods & river. Nine spacious guestrooms all with private baths. Children very welcome.
Spacious, luxuriously appointed rooms in three elegantly restored historic homes. Located within easy walk of city's restaurants, attractions, museums and the waterfront.
This handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks picturesque Marblehead Harbor. Guests enjoy water views from its wood-paneled parlor, period dining room and summer breakfast porch. Two well-appointed guestrooms feature antique furnishings.
Enjoy the charm of this lovingly restored antique home which was featured in both "Better Homes and Gardens" and "Colonial Homes." Three clean, comfortable first floor guest rooms with private or shared baths, two with private entrances.
In the heart of Old Town Marblehead, the Inn offers quick access to the harbor, shops & galleries, historic homes & a variety of restaurants. We look forward to making your stay in Marblehead memorable. Visit our new Tavern with an extensive wine list.
A private cove with the calming sound of waves upon a pebbled shore... ocean views, private decks and tubs to soak the cares of the world away while taking in the sea breeze.
Located 10 minutes from historic Salem, 25 minutes from Boston, and 25 minutes from picturesque Gloucester and Rockport. All bedrooms have A/C, guests have access to wireless Internet, and are served a full breakfast.
Quiet area for a good night's old fashion sleep and home cooked breakfast made to order, 5 minutes from beach, downtown Boston. One minute from Logan Airport we provide pick up to and from Logan Airport as an extra feature for our guests.
A charming inn offering both old world and modern accommodations at old world prices! Two blocks to beautiful Magnolia Harbor Beach and walking distance to breathtaking conservation land. Available for wedding parties and other elegant events.
The Ipswich Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of Ipswich's historic district. We are within walking distance to town. The house, built by Robert Jordan in 1863, is a wonderful example of a Victorian home, with fine Italianate detail.