I stayed at Eden Pines during the 2nd week in Nov, 2013. I was there for the wedding of my best friend. Not the most ideal time of year, but it was for an important event.
This is not my 1st visit to Rockport. My friend owns a vacation home down the street from Eden Pines and I always stay there, but this was so convenient to be able to walk to the house. I have walked past Eden Pines many times and was happy to be able to experience it.
Nicky and Michael were very welcoming, and even though they usually close during this time of the year, they were gracious enough to open for 2 of us to stay there.
The rooms are outstanding, all with oceanfront views and views of Thacher Island and it's two lighthouses. I even ventured out to the balcony a view times in spite of the cold.
I didn't eat breakfast, but it looked lovely...cereals, breads, fruit, yogurt, etc., everything you expect from a B&B. The coffee was fantastic and each room also has a Keurig coffee maker. Nicky baked cookies daily and the aroma was wonderful!
They were even kind enough to allow us to host a small reception in the beautiful breakfast room! We brought in our own food and beverages of course, but it was such a lovely setting for us to celebrate!
Rockport is a wonderful, as is nearby Gloucester. So many fantastic restaurants and shops! I usually visit in the summer months and it's very lively and fun. I would definitely recommend staying at Eden Pines!
- Also Known As:
- Eden Pines Hotel Rockport