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My mom and I drove from Boston to stay at Salem Inn for a weekend. She is from Brazil and is spending the summer with me. I found the hotel on Trip Advisor and the reviews were fine, so I decided to book a room....More
Great location. Easy in and easy out. Beautiful, clean and relaxing Inn. The staff made it extra enjoyable with their attentiveness. Especially the young lady who was the hostess of the wine and cheese event and breakfast.
The inn has three properties and all are excellent! We stayed at the Curwin House that was built in 1854. Each location has a lovely sitting room with sherry available in the evenings. Breakfast is included, and is offered at the main inn and back...More
We stayed fro two nights at The Salem Inn and had a lovely, warm experience. The inn is located on Summer street which is no more than an 8 minute walk to any and everything (most attractions and main roads are literally 1 minute away)...More
There isn't an elevator so if you have luggage book early to get the main floor. My mother who can't walk very well came with me and my daughter. The inn provided a roll away bed which was very comfortable. Breakfast was great and the...More
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
$169 - $261 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Well, at one point during the first night, I had thought had seen a shadow of a person in the hallway by the entrance. I did a double take and tried to recreate what I had seen but couldn't. Unsure if it was real or my mind... More
Well, at one point during the first night, I had thought had seen a shadow of a person in the hallway by the entrance. I did a double take and tried to recreate what I had seen but couldn't. Unsure if it was real or my mind playing a trick.
Response from scassellsaleminn | Property representative |
From the Ferry to the Salem Inn, it's about a mile walk (20 minutes). Some of the sidewalks in Salem are brick or cobblestone, which make trek challenging if you're carrying or pulling luggage with you. The walk does lead... More
From the Ferry to the Salem Inn, it's about a mile walk (20 minutes). Some of the sidewalks in Salem are brick or cobblestone, which make trek challenging if you're carrying or pulling luggage with you. The walk does lead you past beautiful, historic homes and the waterfront, though.
If you have your heart set on the ferry and you are concerned about carrying luggage, we recommend taking a taxi or Uber to the Inn.
Another option to travel from Boston to our Inn is to take the MBTA Rockport/Newburyport commuter train from North Station. The train depot is only a 5 minute walk (on smooth sidewalks) from our Inn.
We look forward to seeing you soon. Safe travels.