A salem B&B Since 1984

Amelia Payson House

Salem, Massachusetts
Phone 978.744.8304
An elegant B&B in a historic and vibrant city
Amelia Payson House Bed & Breakfast, Salem, Massachusetts

Reviews

"Editors' Pick"

Yankee Magazine's
Travel Guide to New England 2002

"This Greek Revival house offers fine antique furnishings. Enjoy a scrumptious breakfast of fresh muffins, scones, fruit, and more. Plus, you're only a stroll from Salem's central square."

 
Yankee Travel Editori's Pick

"One of Fodor's Best B&B's"

Review from Fodor's Travel Online, Inc., 1999
"One of the best places to stay in Salem, the Amelia
Payson House is within walking distance of all the town's attractions, only a block or so away from the many museums in the historic district, and a brief stroll across the common from the town center and the sea. Built in 1845 for Amelia and Edward Payson, the Greek Revival house has bright, airy rooms with floral-print wallpaper, brass and four-poster canopy beds, nonworking marble fireplaces, and white wicker. The parlor downstairs contains a grand piano, while upstairs a reading room is full of visitor information. A Continental breakfast of fresh fruits and home-baked breads is served family-style in the elegant dining room. Ada and Donald Roberts have been operating successfully as an inn since 1985."

 
Fodot's Travel Online, Inc., 1999

Massachusetts, An Explorer's Guide

Christina Tree & William Davis
"The feeling inside this striking, vintage-1845 Greek Revival house is bright, crisp and friendly. Ada and Don Roberts have been welcoming guests for more than a decade and obviously enjoy what they do. Guests are invited to gather in the living room with its baby grand and around the dining room table for breakfast (an expanded continental, served between 8:30-10 am). The four rooms consist of two w/queen beds, and two w/queen and an extra bed."
Chrstina Tree has been writing about her travels for nearly 30 years. She's the coauthor of Explorer's Guides to Main, Vermont, and New Hampshire, along with Best Places to Stay in New England. Her husband, William Davis, a feature writer for the Boston Globe, was the Globe's travel editor for twenty years. They live in Cambridge, Massachusetts.)
 
Massachusetts, An Explorer's Guide

Recommended Bed & Breakfasts New England

Eleanor Berman
"Spiffily painted in light blue with formal white columns, this 1845 Greek Revival was restored in the mid-1980's by Ada & Don Roberts, who left past careers to work together as innkeepers. Their inn manages to be formal without feeling stiff or stuffy. The inn is located in Salem's Historic District, just half a block from the green and within walking distance of many sights. Reserve early if you want to come to Salem."
(Eleanor Berman has been writing about New England for more than 15 years. She is the author of Traveling Solo (Globe Pequot) and seven books in the Away for the Weekend series, including Away for the Weekend: New England.)
 
Recommended Bed & Breakfasts New England
Amelia Payson House Bed & Breakfast
16 Winter Street, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
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