The Oldest Bed and Breakfast In Salem MA
If you want to be transported back in time and are looking for an authentic taste of Old New England, the Daniels House is the perfect place to stay. Built in 1667 by a sea captain, it is a charming relic from colonial times that enjoys the distinction of being the oldest bed and breakfast in Salem. Featuring open hearth fireplaces, exposed beams and paneled walls, this First Period property predates the infamous witch trials and is characterized by its “rustic feel and Pioneer atmosphere” (Baedeker Travel Guide USA, 2013). Lovingly restored by its new owners, the house reopened for business in 2019 and offers guests unique and elegant accommodations in the perfect location to explore Witch City and the beautiful North Shore.
Learn more about the history of the Daniels House here.
“Possessing exceptional historic or architectural interest” Historic American Buildings, Library of Congress
“An architectural marvel” Historic Salem Inc., (2019)
“A little gem” Haunted Inns of New England (2000)
Cable HD T.V.
Towels and Toiletries
outdoor smoking area only
- Iron with Ironing board
- Common area refrigerator
- Water, coffee and tea
- Continental breakfast