We stayed 18-23 Oct 2012. First and foremost, the house was immaculate! Our hosts were attentive, accomodating and ready to assist us at every turn. Ada and Donald have a wealth of info and are eager to help their guests make the most out of their time. The website does not adequately describe the breakfasts. We never left the table unsatisfied and we highly reccomend the muffins (loved them). The location was perfect! Without a doubt the entire city is at your finger tips from this B&B. Just a quick stroll down the block and all that Salem has to offer awaits you. We took the trolley the first day (as suggested by our friendly tour guide and host "Ada") and walked everywhere the rest of the week, very convenient. The nicest part of this trip was leaving the crowds and returning to the Amelia Peyson House each evening. Winter street is gorgeous with the brick sidewalks and history buildings, and of course Ada leaves nice snacks for the guests. We were sad to leave but looking forward to returning next year. Thanks Ada and Donald for a great week!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A little bit about us...Celebrating 27 years as innkeepers, Ada & Donald invite you to their 1845 Greek Revival home. Guest will not only enjoy the grace and charm that is tradition at a true Bed & Breakfast Host Home, but will also appreciate our convenient Historic District location; just steps from all of Salem's limitless activities. Forget about your car, a five minute stroll finds the Witch Museum, the National Park Service Visitor's Center, the Peabody Essex Museum, the House of the Seven Gables, and all the shops, restaurants, whale watching & harbor tours located at Pickering Wharf Marina. Amtrak train service and/or passenger Ferry to Boston is just four blocks away. ... more less