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Salem, Massachusetts offers fine hotels, inns, and bed & breakfasts, all set within the historic charm of our bewitching city. Accommodations in Salem are often full, especially in October, so be sure to make reservations well in advance if you plan to visit us!

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Hotels
Hawthorne Hotel
On The Common at 18 Washington Square West, (978) 744-4080 or 1 (800) 729-7829
This beautifully restored, stately Federal-style hotel is named for author Nathaniel Hawthorne, who spent his childhood in Salem and returned in 1846 to serve for three years as Surveyor of the Port at the Custom House. In 1849, he wrote The Scarlet Letter at his home in Salem. Located in the Salem Common Historic District, this full-service hotel is within walking distance of numerous historic sites and attractions. Incomparable attention to detail, and warm personal service and uniquely elegant surroundings define any visit to Salem’s Hawthorne Hotel.

Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites
Pickering Wharf, 978-740-8788
By land or by sea, The Best Western Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites adds the perfect finishing touch to Historic Salem's Pickering Wharf.  This luxurious new hotel opens in August, 2004 with 86 rooms and suites and even offers complimentaryh igh-speed Internet access, both wired and Wi-Fi!

Inns
The Clipper Ship Inn
40 Bridge Street, Route 1A, (978) 745-8022
Modern motel in downtown Salem minutes from historic attractions and museums. Cable TV, color television and continental breakfast served. Centrally located with a picnic area, and handicapped facilities, some with kitchenettes. Senior discounts are available.

The Inn at 7 Winter Street
7 Winter Street, (800) 932-5547
Enjoy an elegant French Second Empire Victorian manor situated in the heart of historic Salem. The Inn at 7 Winter Street is within walking distance to historic sites, museums, unique shops and quaint restaurants. In the main parlor a delicious complimentary continental-plus breakfast is served each morning. The inn also offers rare amenities such as complimentary sherry and chocolates in each room, a smoke-free environment, and ample free parking on the premises. Impeccably restored by a renowned master builder, the Inn was built in 1870 by a wealthy merchant and craftsman, and is a fine example of Victorian Architecture. Every room is magnificently furnished with period antiques, furniture, and accompaniments and each has something beautifully unique: working marble fireplaces, a canopy bed, a Victorian bath, a Jacuzzi (in the honeymoon suite), or a large sun deck overlooking landscaped gardens.

The Inn on Washington Square
53 Washington Square North, (978) 741-4997
The Inn on Washington Square is a beautiful Greek Revival style home, built in 1850. The Inn overlooks gorgeous Salem Common, and the lovely historical homes surrounding it. The Inn strives to provide guests with the utmost in privacy and relaxation. Deluxe rooms have romantic, canopy or four poster beds, each with private bath and some feature a jacuzzi tub. Each evening, a basket of baked goods is delivered to your door for the next day’s breakfast. Enjoy the warmth and charm that is The Inn on Washington Square and make your stay in Salem a memorable one.

The Salem Inn
7 Summer Street, (978) 741-0680 or 1 (800) 446-2995
Comprised of three historic homes in one of America's most charming cities, the Salem Inn offers 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, the city's impressive array of haunting attractions, restaurants and activities are all within easy walking distance. Experience “history making hospitality” at the Salem Inn.

The Stepping Stone Inn
19 Washington Square North, (978) 741-8900 or 1 (800) 338-3022
Located in the very heart of Salem, Massachusetts, the Stepping Stone Inn is a stone's throw from the world-renowed museums, many historic sites and the city's major shopping and tourist attractions. Built in 1846 the Stepping Stone Inn has been completely restored.. Its eight uniquely different bedrooms have been completely refurbished in the elegant style of the 19th Century, each having its own private bath. Salem's Heritage Walking Trail begins just a few short steps from the front door. Enjoy unmatched warmth, hospitality, and comfort!

Bed and Breakfasts
Amelia Payson House
16 Winter Street, (978) 744-8304
Built in 1845 for Amelia and Edward Payson, 16 Winter Street is one of Salem's finest examples of Greek Revival Architecture. Elegantly restored and beautifully decorated, each room is furnished with period antiques and warmed by a personal touch. A continental breakfast consisting of fresh fruit and home baked breads is served family style over friendly conversation, and provides your hosts the opportunity to share with their guests much information about our historic city and all its Witchcraft mystique.

Coach House Inn
284 Lafayette Street, (978) 744-4092 or 1-800-688-8689
This Victorian mansion, built by a sea captain in 1879, retains the charm and elegance of an earlier era. Bright spacious rooms are decorated with colorful wallpapers, antique furnishings, and four poster beds. Each room has a private bath, air-conditioning, color TV, and is non-smoking.  Continental breakfast is served in your room. The Coach House Inn is conveniently located on a tree-lined street in one of Salem's most historic districts.

Henry Derby House
47 Summer Street, (978) 745-1080
This Greek Revival style house, with its gable end to the street, was a type of dwelling popular in New England towns in the 1830's to 1850's. The Henry Derby House is located in the heart of historic Salem, Massachusetts, within walking distance to the city's many shops and attractions. This B&B has come to be known as the “window box house” as a several time winner of the Salem Window Box Contest. Our window boxes feature spectacular flower and plant arrangements that are created seasonally. The interior colonial décor is comfortable and unique. The complimentary breakfast is delicious and is served in the friendly atmosphere of our formal dining room in this beautiful B&B.

Morning Glory Bed and Breakfast
22 Hardy Street, (978) 741-1703
As host of the Morning Glory Bed & Breakfast of Salem, Bob Shae welcomes you into his home. This Georgian Federal House, circa 1808, is located directly across the street from the House of the Seven Gables, steps away from Salem's Historic Walking Trail and harbor, and within walking distance of many historic sights, museums, restaurants and shops. For evening dining or entertainment, your host will be happy to offer suggestions to some of the area's fine restaurants and night spots. Whatever your pleasure, Bob looks forward to making your stay at the Morning Glory one to remember, and one to return to, time and time again.

The Northey Street House Bed and Breakfast
30 Northey Street, (978) 397-1582
Located only two blocks away from historic Salem Common, this Federalist era home was built circa 1809 and has been completely renovated and beautifully restored. The Salem Train Depot is just steps away to take you into Boston. The house is walking distance to Salem Common, Derby Wharf, and other fine attractions and restaurants of Salem.

The Suzannah Flint House
98 Essex Street, (978) 744-5281 or 1 (888) 752-5281
A Traditional New England Guest House
Built in 1808, the Suzannah Flint House is a fine example of Federal Period architecture. Suzannah now offers three charming guest rooms. Each spacious room features antique furnishings, oriental rugs over original hardwood floors, decorative fireplaces, private baths, cable color TV/VCR, and air conditioning. A complimentary continental breakfast is included. The Suzannah Flint House is conveniently located in Salem's historic district, adjacent to Salem Common, and one block to Salem’s museums, historic sites, shops and fine dining.

Near to Salem
The Marblehead Inn
264 Pleasant Street, Marblehead, (781) 639-9999 or 1 (800) 399-5843
Located in beautiful, historic Marblehead, this stately Victorian house was built as a private home in 1872 and has been a charming inn since 1923. Recently renovated and handsomely decorated, the suit-style inn still is a fine example of classic Victorian architecture of Marblehead.

Arbor House Bed and Breakfast
28 Ticehurst Lane, Marblehead, 1 (781) 990-1326
Tucked away on a winding lane that runs along the Atlantic ocean in breathtaking Marblehead, Arbor House Bed and Breakfast is only a short two mile drive from Salem, and offers an atmosphere of serenity and comfort. This single suite bed and breakfast provides complete privacy within a newly renovated wing of a circa 1899 Summer House. The suite has it's own entrance and bath, as well as a kitchenette stocked with everything needed for an expansive continental breakfast. The room contains fine contemporary and antique furnishings, a queen sized bed and a down-filled sofa, as well as an Italian tiled bath, stereo, Cable TV, VCR and DVD player. Features include a sky lit cathedral ceiling, front windows over looking a pond, rear sliding doors opening onto a secluded garden, and a three minute walk to a private beach.

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