Welcome to Salem’s Bewitching Historic Bed & Breakfast.
Travel back in time in this 1809 Federal home built for a fine cabinet maker and lived in by his daughter and sea captain son-in-law.
This sustainable Bed & Breakfast, established in 2002, is centrally located inn the heart of Salem Massachusetts, on a quiet little street between the Salem Common and the North River called Bridge Street Neck, a significant transportation corridor where the “Old Planters” first settled in 1626 & is a National Historical District.
We’re a short 10-15 minutes walk to the Salem Common, Salem’s ocean / waterfront, Derby Wharf, Pickering Wharf, Salem Maritime National Historic Site, the world class Peabody Essex Museum, Witch museums and all major attractions, fine restaurants, and quaint local shops. The Salem Train Depot is just two blocks (less than 10 minute walk) away to take you into Boston in 30 minutes or North to scenic Cape Anne (Gloucester, Rockport).
Northey Street House offers quaintly luxurious accommodations in Salem. This historic home has been newly-renovated with tastefully-decorated rooms. Each is personally furnished with carefully choosen antique pieces and tastefully appointed with 18th century-style decor, reflecting our unique Salem, Massachusetts, charm and character.