The Mason Suite is an historic Greek Revival home, built by Henry Russell Jr. in 1844 and nestled among a stunning collection of 17th, 18th, and 19th century structures. Located downtown, the Mason Suite is positioned just steps from the Witch Museum, the shops and restaurants of the pedestrian mall, and the Salem Common! We aim to provide a boutique and curated experience for our guests. The location, walkability and historic surroundings will provide you with the ideal Salem experience!
“Wonderful. Glowing reviews are true. Photos are an actual representation. Perfectly quaint, inviting, comfortable. I’ve traveled the world, staying in some of the most lux accommodations and I wouldn’t hesitate to book again.”
Spacious rooms, conviently located. Come stay in one bedroom apartment near downtown Salem and Salem State University.
“This place is perfect for a visit in salem! He is held not far from town at all and he provided us with the perfect stay! Very clean! Small but perfect for 2 people! Would never have wanted anything more! Also, for us introverts out there he gives the privacy that we love!!”
"Tween Coves Cottage" lies nestled next to breathtaking Halibut Pt. State Park. A short walk along wooded paths will lead to the ocean where you can picnic by the water, explore tidal pools, and enjoy a variety of wildlife and vegetation. Distance to the center of Rockport by car is under 10 minutes/ walking is approx. 50 minutes. Distance to the railway station is approx. 5 minutes by car/ walking is approx. 40 minutes.
“The guest suite is as exactly described. It is very clean and well stocked with coffee, tea, snacks, and breakfast food and the bed is comfortable. If you stay for a few days you also get a delicious home cooked breakfast. Right outside the door you can observe the daily visits of turkeys, ducks, and all sorts of birds. It is also right next to the Halibut State Park that has scenic and relatively easy walks near the ocean. The host, Emily is very easy to communicate. We would definitely stay again.”