Bed and breakfast in Salem, Massachusetts
This charming Georgian Federal, built in 1808, is owned and operated by Bob Shea, a native of Salem. Graced with New England elegance, the comfortable guestrooms, each with its own private bathroom, provide a refuge for guests to unwind.
The inn has an informal, friendly, relaxed atmosphere, and is located on a very quiet dead end street directly across from Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Historic House of the Seven Gables. Morning Glory is also just a stone’s throw from beautiful Salem Harbor, the new Salem/Boston ferry, and the Pickering Wharf shopping district. Salem’s Walking Heritage Trail, trolley stop and America’s oldest candy company are located just outside the front door.
Guest rooms and suites have modern conveniences and amenities including:
19 Inch LCD Flat Screen TV
Individual Thermostat Heat Control
100% Down Comforter & Pillows
Body Wash and Shampoo
Free On Site WIFI
24 Hour Dedicated High Speed
Guest Computer & Printer (Common Area)
Guest Refrigerator with Free Bottled Water (Common Area)
Guest Microwave & Coffee Maker (Common Area)
Guest Iron and Ironing Board (available upon request)
Free Transportation pick up / drop off at the Salem Ferry and Train Station
Their Accommodations Provide:
A 675 sq. ft. third floor roof deck with ocean views, reclining chaise lounges, umbrelled tables, swivel chairs, piped lounge music and clean, salty, ocean air to enjoy with a good book and a glass of wine.
A pea stone garden patio with umbrelled tables and reclining chairs nestled in an oasis of a babbling water fountain, hanging plants, bird houses & flowering trees.
A scrumptious breakfast consisting of fresh fruit salad cups, yogurt, home-made granola, home-made pasteries and Marcel’s famous home-made cheese bread, served with fresh ground coffee in the country breakfast room full of friendly faces and lots of laughter!