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We stayed at the Marblehead Inn for Halloween in Salem. Beautiful old period building with a tasteful contempary dining area. Breakfast was excellent, not the usual buffet choice, but fresh baked bread, croissants, coffee machine, fresh fruit salad, etc, free bottled water, snacks, wine tasting...More
Located a short drive to Salem. While this period property is set back from a busy road choose a room at the rear of the house for a better sleep. This is a period house so do not expect modern utilities. A quaint and informal...More
The Marblehead Inn is clean and homey. I stayed in Room 10 on the third floor and it was nice and comfortable with fresh, light paint and linens, a marble countered kitchenette with coffee machine and minifridge, nice toiletries, pops of patterns in the upholstery...More
We were a bit disappointed in the Marblehead Inn. We were here for my wife's birthday celebration. It was clean, but our guest room was a little "tired". The carpet looked like it had seen better days. The breakfast was good, the staff very pleasant...More
Given the options for accommodations around the Salem area, this one stood out in the forefront. It's a nice boutique option that includes breakfast and has free parking.
We had a room on the second floor facing the front. Since it's in an old 1872...More
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Response from MarbleheadInn, Front Office Manager at Marblehead InnResponded 25 July 2017
Thank you for your kinds words. We look forward to hosting you again!
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Yes! There is a bus stop right across the street that will take you to The Wonderland T stop, here you transfer from bus to train and continue into Boston on the "Blue line" Train. Check out the MBTA website for more details... More
Yes! There is a bus stop right across the street that will take you to The Wonderland T stop, here you transfer from bus to train and continue into Boston on the "Blue line" Train. Check out the MBTA website for more details but yes it is possible as well as inexpensive and efficient. At certain times of the day you can take the bus all the way in to Boston as well. Headed into Marblehead the same bus takes you right into the heart of Marblehead. It is a short 3/4 mile walk to "downtown" Marblehead and a 1/2 mile walk to the ocean. I hope that helps and we see you soon.
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"Pick a room at the rear of the property and away from the parking area."