by Lissa Poirot
A historic home built in 1846, the building was converted into an inn in the late 1980s and serves as a bed and breakfast. This small inn does not allow children under the age of 5, but will welcome families with older children. The inn only has six guestrooms and is best suited for families with children who may be able to sleep in their own room. Some rooms have en suite bathrooms, while others provide private bathrooms steps away from the room. The inn is pet-friendly.
Our Editor Loves
- Bed and breakfast
- Next door to Salem Witch Museum
- Free Wi-Fi
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
Matt and Kelly are great hosts! The house was quiet and very clean. Also centrally located in Salem to all the tourist spots. Everything is easily walkable. Matt has great recommendations for museums and restaurants. Would recommend this Inn to anyone visiting Salem.
We absolutely loved everything about this place. The shower was a bit small but there was plenty of hot water. The owners are friendly and very helpful in pointing you in a direction. We felt at home and at ease from the moment we arrived! Matt answered all our questions and was full of good information. We had never been to Salem before and came at a very busy time so having a place to park the car and leave it was important. The Inn is within walking distance to everything we wanted to see. We would definitely stay here again. I highly recommend this establishment!