"I'm 26 I stayed here for all of November and honestly couldn't imagine a better place to stay at in Salem. It's location is absolutely perfect. You're right across from a wonderful attraction/museum, at the end of the street is a Dunkin Donuts for a quick coffee, and an adorable organic grocery store Milk and Honey. The train station is a short walk away and the Square area where all the very best shops are along with museums and other tourist attractions is about a 5min walk away, complete with a cobblestone street. You can't get better location wise. Boston and Hyannis Port, Cape Cod were also places I easily visited from here. The house itself is completely adorable! So much natural light I was beyond thrilled. Clean, comfy bed and couch, lovely kitchen which I made good use of, charming deck from the bedroom, very nice to sit out on, complete with funny friendly squirrels lol. The stairs are a bit steep so if you have a bad back or asthma remember to take it slow. I would suggest not bringing a car as its insanity lol, also being where it is you really don't need one, I just used Uber to do one major grocery run. Otherwise everything from dining to attractions to walgreens is all within walking distance. Everyone there is incredibly nice and friendly, and very helpful with typical tourist questions. I visited every shop and every attraction there. I strongly recommend Count Orlock's Nightmare Gallery, if you're a horror movie fan, it was amazing..and creepy. The owner is very nice and willing to help with any questions. When I visit again, and I will because I love Salem, this is the only place I will stay. :)"
Guest: Nicole S.
Date of Stay: November 2014
Review Submitted: March 7, 2015