Susan Livingston has the gifts of natural friendship - openness, concern for your comfort, interest in your interests, and respect for your privacy. Her home is generously open to your needs and softly welcoming, its doors always open for her guests. Mornings are blessed with coffee, fruit, cereal and muffins. Afternoons, between trips to downtown Marblehead and expeditions to Boston, a relaxing lull in the summer heat. She guided us to restaurants and local sites, and pointed us to places we had never expected to enjoy so much - such as Salem's Peabody-Essex Museum. The beds were comfortable, the house impeccable and beautifully maintained. We loved our stay.
Marblehead, MA 01945
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Susan Livingston
Circa 1850. Enjoy the Colonial charm of this home, which overlooks Marblehead Harbor on Boston's historic North Shore. Rooms are decorated with antiques and period wallpaper. A third-story sundeck offers excellent views. A generous continental breakfast of home-baked breads, muffins and fresh fruit is served each morning in the well-decorated dining room or on the open porch. The village of Marblehead provides many shops and restaurants. Boston and Logan airport are 30 minutes away.
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Harborside House B&B