Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Salem, Coach House Inn is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Coach House Inn makes it easy to enjoy the best of Salem.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the inn.
Coach House Hotel features outdoor furniture, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts free breakfast. If you are driving to Coach House Hotel, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Salem, Coach House Hotel is located a short distance from Pickering Wharf (0.8 mi) and Phillips House (0.9 mi).
While in Salem, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Coach House Hotel, including Turners Seafood (1.0 mi), Lobster Shanty (0.8 mi), and Tavern on the Green (1.0 mi).
Should time allow, Salem Witch Museum, Salem Witch Village, and The House of the Seven Gables are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Coach House Hotel is sure to make your visit to Salem one worth remembering.
Our stay was very nice at the Coach house inn! The historical home is gorgeous! The owner was very friendly and recommended nice places for us to visit. They also send up a cute little basket with breakfast in the morning.
We chose this property to experience a more unique stay in Salem for Halloween. We weren’t disappointed! The House was built in the 1800’s and is full of character. It truly reflects the historic side of Salem. The Owner and Staff were very friendly and aimed to ensure our stay was enjoyable.The location of the property was around 15 min walk into Salem Centre and only a matter of minutes from the renown Hocus Pocus Home located on Ocean View. We had no need for a car throughout our 3 night stay and enjoyed our time in Salem learning more about its history.
Not sure whether it is artfully retro or simply old-fashioned! My wife really liked it for its old-world charm - I was less impressed. Owner v hospitable and pleasant...but - no shower (though I was allowed to use one upstairs) and breakfast served at a fixed time (no earlier than 830am)?! Lovely location though...
On arrival, Pat gave us a lovely warm welcome and we checked very quickly. As Pat is the owner she gave us all the best places to visit after we explained we were only there for one night and also needed to check out early. The most quaint, homely place I've probably ever stayed in. Slept better than I've ever done in a proper bed !!! Breakfast was served from a basket which was delivered to our door. Warm boiled eggs, muffins and croissants, fresh yoghurt and orange juice. Would definitely stay there again and would highly recommend to anyone that doesn't want to stay in the usual sort of hotels etc etc. Lovely place and thank you Pat for your lovely hospitality. Iain and Samantha.
I can't tell you how disappointed I was when my friend and I got to the Coach House Inn. The pictures looked great and the reviews were most positive. Who ARE these people who wrote such positive reviews... they were very deceptive. We had two queen rooms but when we got there at 4:30 PM, the two rooms on the 2nd floor were not cleaned. Our choices were a Queen room on the attic floor and a twin-bedded room on the main floor, next to the office. The rooms were old, the bathrooms were clean but VERY old and in need of repair. There was no shelf in the bathroom to use for toiletries and, surprisingly, the medicine cabinet and a side were cabinet were locked. I haven't been to an inn or hotel in at least 20 years that had a blanket (instead of a duvet). I took the twin-bedded room and the mattress was smaller than the box spring; the pillows were lumpy. The continental breakfasts were left in a basket outside our doors at 8:30 (no option for earlier) and were informed that one was to eat in one's room. If one is traveling with friends, one has to balance breakfast on one's lap while the other uses a small side table. One makes coffee in one's room. The contents of the basket were disappointing. I've stayed at many inns/B&B's and this one was most unusual in that there were no common areas. Every room is a bedroom (think boarding house). Overall, it was despressing and a rip-off at $245 per night. There are other hotels in Salem that charge the same price but are far nicer.…