We stayed with our 12 year old daughter one night. It was alot of fun with the house full of history and the owner full of interesting stories. dont expect a grand breakfast, but do expect an entertaining hostess who has a sharp wit and interesting outlook on life. Is she a witch ? I don't think so, but there were interesting books with cryptic message we found up in our room. We stayed in the grand room which worked out fine with our daughter in the adjoining room. Amazing huge fireplaces in most rooms, where you can just image a huge cauldron cooking some stew or other thing of witching brews. Even if only for 1 night, its worth it to stay in a place reeealy different. Get away from those marriots or hotel 9 and visit a place that puts you back in history. To tell you the truth, I was a bit creeped out by the fact that we were staying in such an old historic house. It was clean enough, but being surrounded by antiques was quite a unique experience. If you are the type that needs a hospital sanitized environment, you may not be comfortable, but if you are the adventuresome type, you may just love this place. --
My boyfriend and I stayed with Kay in her historical home last week. We had such a great time listening and talking to Kay and Paul. Kay has been the owner for the past 45 years and has many wonderful antiques. The home reminded me of the House of the Seven Gables and as Kay stated "you can touch her auntiques". Peak October the room was higher than I had hoped, but the quality and size was perfect. We stayed in the Great Room, which gave us our own tub/bathroom, large room with a canopy bed, and even an extra room with a twin bed in the back. Kay was always willing to talk about antiques, Salem, or whatever the topic. And a late talk with Paul (her handyman/helper) was great fun. I look forward to seeing them all again very soon.
I was only able to stay here for 1 night in 1992, because I had a flight from Boston the next day. Boy, did I regret that. The atmosphere of the place was so compelling, the details so perfect, that I actually got up at 3 in the morning just so I could sit in the parlor and take it all in.
It is extremely rare in the US to have the opportunity to stay in such an old and historic place. I plan finally to return there this year. I still remember Kay, the fascinating innkeeper.
We loved it everything about the Daniels house was interesting including Kay. Very nice women and a joy to talk with over breakfast. She has a cute little kitty who is very friendly names Sabrina. Would recommend anyone who's going to Salem to stay here. Especially if you want to the full effect of Salem and the witches. Everything is antiques and old fashion loved it would go again. Thank you Kay for a great experince:)
We liked Everything about this Lovely B&B. Make reservations early-I think they only have about 5 rooms. The dozens of clocks that tick and chime all night were charming. If you like haunted places, this is for you. Not scarey, the "ectoplasmic display" 4 of us all saw was a black & grey cat-I cant wait to go back. Its so CLEAN, has real antiques, the proprietess is Lovely, just dont start a fire~the chimneys are stuffed with insulation!
This is our Favourite place to stay in Salem.
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