Salem Inn in Salem Massachusetts
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Hosts: Diane & Richard Pabich
Address: 7 Summer Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970 USA
Telephone: (978) 741-0680,
Fax: (978) 744-8924
Activities/Attractions: Salem may be most widely known as the site of the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692, but this colorful, coastal city has much to offer both residents and visitors:
A visit to Salem can include museum exploration, historic house tours, fine dining, horse drawn carriage rides, harbor cruises and unique shopping.
"I spent two nights at the Salem Inn under their Valentine's package. It was definitely a good place for a quiet, romantic getaway. They make you feel pampered, creative room decorating, good location."
"Had a great time last time we visited, planning another trip in a few weeks. Requested the same inn so we know what we are getting."
"I have stayed at the Inn three separate times and each room was very different ... all were clean and invited comfort; I sleep so good here! I enjoy having breakfast on the lower level or if a nice morning, in the courtyard. I found the front desk very helpful and I hope to have a stay during Halloween one year."
"I enjoyed my stay at the Salem Inn. I stayed in a jacuzzi suite and the room was very clean. We had complimentary scented soaps, candies, and bubble bath waiting in our room. The room felt very homey, more comforting than your run of the mill hotel chain. Once we got there and parked we were able to walk to everything of interest within Salem. We literally never got in the car to go anywhere for the whole weekend."
"Stopped at the Salem Inn on a last minute get-away, and were delighted to discover such a delightful, 1834 inn in historic downtown Salem, close to Boston (25 min. train ride). We were within walking distance to all of Salem's many wonderful museums (check out the Peabody Essex Museum & the 7 Gables), and fine restaurants. Our own room was wonderfully fitted out, with king-size bed and double-whirlpool bath."
"This will be my Third time to Salem and my second stay at the Salem inn. The staff was wonderful and helpful. The breakfast was also great. We are staying the in the honeymoon suite this time and cant wait. My last room was clean comfortable and cozy. Very relaxing. I Would recommend it to anyone. The location is perfect. You can walk to anywhere from there. We did not have to drive once we parked at the inn. I will try to get a room there anytime we stay in Salem."
"The inn was extremely tidy & housekeeping was always punctual. I never had to ask for anything. The inn itself has that old home charm from decor down to the doorknobs. I would recommend this inn without any hesitation."
"The Salem Inn is the perfect getaway for a romantic or family getaway. The three beautiful buildings from the 1800's offer a variety of family suites or romantic rooms with jacuzzi. Each building has a lovely drawing room downstairs with a fireplace where you can have a complimentary sherry and unwind from visiting the nearby Federalist homes or the many Salem attractions before going out for a great lobster dinner at one of the many wonderful seafood restaurants Salem offers. The staff is friendly and very helpful in arranging all your sightseeing plans."
"What a great place to stay ... also, the breakfast was wonderful."
"Want to Thank the Staff & Management at Salem Inn, for making our Special Day as smooth as it went, with our last Minute plans to get Married. They accommodated our every request, they're awesome! Thank you, oh yeah our guests loved their rooms too."
General Information: Welcome to The Salem Inn ... located in the heart of one of America's oldest seaports, it comprises three historic homes offering accommodations rich in history with a proud tradition of service and comfort. Each building has been meticulously restored and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Centrally located in the heart of historic Salem, Massachusetts.
Captain West House, built in 1834 by sea captain Nathaniel West, blends the warmth and charm of yesterday with the comfort and convenience of today.
Curwen House (c.1854) is a completely smoke free environment offering eleven tastefully decorated guest rooms, each with a queen size bed and private bath.
Peabody House (c.1874) is a smoke free Colonial-style building offering a range of accommodation options including thoughtfully equipped Family Suites and two luxurious Honeymoon Suites.
Each of our 40 guest rooms and suites is individually decorated featuring antiques, period detail and homey touches. All rooms include an ensemble of amenities:
Family Suites, complete with equipped kitchenettes, are ideal for families or longer stays. Children are very welcome and we are pleased to allow well behaved pets in our West House (by prior arrangement).
Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.
Rates: (Prices quoted in US Dollars).
Free parking is provided as is a hearty continental breakfast each morning.
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"We spent our honeymoon at the Salem Inn at the Curwen House. Our room was very clean, well appointed and very comfortable. The bed was comfy and the atmosphere was romantic and private. The continental breakfast was really great- more than just your basic bagels, cereal and coffee. The complimentary sherry is nice too."
"The atmosphere&history great. The Inn offers 3 buildings with a spectacular free expanded breakfast. The staff was just great. We stayed in the Honeymoon Suite and it was beautiful. The town, is just breath-taking, with so much to offer various groups of visitors. Please lets keep our historical buildings, such as these, in operation. Been to B&B all over our country, this one is VERY special."
"This inn was extremely charming in decor, the view was a beautiful garden that could be used in good weather, the breakfast that came with the room was a glorious spread & delicious, service could not have been more congenial and efficient. My husband and I were so very glad to find this place."