Our accommodations include three attractive rooms; Bamboo Room (queen size canopied bed); Wicker Room, (choice of twin beds or king size);and the Mariners Room (King size) with a shared or private bath, dependent on choice. While you are here, you can also relax in our comfortable guest sitting room or Marblehead/ English garden and enjoy original paintings throughout the house by the resident artist. A generous continental breakfast with home baked breads, cereal and fruit is included. While you are our guests, we will make every effort to meet your time-table, so please look forward to mutual flexibility. If a first time visitor to our beautiful town, we welcome the chance to point the way to any of the many historic and scenic locations.
5 on November 27, 2013
Our family of 5 just spent several days in Marblehead, and we had a wonderful experience at The Pink House. Nancy made our stay exceptionally nice with fantastic breakfasts, great conversation, and some good tips about what to do and see. This was our first experience at a B&B with our kids and we enjoyed every bit of it. Clean rooms, lovely house, and fabulous art on the walls. We would recommend The Pink House without hesitation. Enjoy!
5 on October 19, 2013
We had the pleasure of staying at the Pink House on a recent trip to the New England area. During our trip, we stayed in 3 different B&Bs. Nancy takes the cake on cleanliness, comfort of the room, the served breakfast, and customer service. We paid nearly double for a place in Cambridge where the breakfast was cold cereal and fruit (otherwise the place there was pretty good), we paid about the same in Marblehead for a place that didn't have a tv in the room and didn't include breakfast. Would definitely stay with you again. Thank you Nancy!
5 on August 18, 2013
Just got back from Marblehead where we explored the area including Salem, Ma.which was a couple of miles away. Great place to spend a weekend, splitting time between art, history, and the ocean. I can't enough about how Nancy took care of our family of 5. Her home was delightful and relaxing. Besides being a quaint retreat her home was filled with very impressive works of art which she created herself. Come to find out she is an accomplished artist, which made our stay even more enjoyable and educational. Her home is an easy walk to all shopping and dining in Marblehead as well as the beach. We did go to the popular Landing restaurant which was excellent as well as a new place called Ugly Bettys which was very affordable and believe it or not equally delicious at half the price and just a few hundred yards away from the lovely B&B. Looking for a perfect stay while in this area check out the Pink House. A family from Shrewsbury, Ma.
4.4 on August 14, 2013
My girlfriend and I took a trip through New England and stayed at a number of B&B's just for the added experience. This was definitely one that gave us all we were looking for; amazing hosts (and other guests), great conversations, a clean place to stay and with tons of character, tips on what to see, where to eat (at least for dinner, as we had a great breakfast there), and the like, and more. Top it off with the low price, and it's a no-brainer.
5 on October 21, 2012
My wife and I had a wonderful experience at the Pink House. The rooms were extremely clean and Nancy was a wonderful host. She was very accommodating when it came to preparing breakfast and made several useful suggestions on locations to visit and where to go to park.
Beachside, Downtown, Oceanside, Small town
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 15 miles
From Logan Airport: Take route 1A North thru Revere and Lynn, then follow Route 129 thru Swampscott into Marblehead onto Atlantic Avenue. Continue on Atlantic Avenue until you see the Marblehead Police Station on your left and Seaside Park to your right. The Police Station is on the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Gerry Street. Take a left onto Gerry Street. You will see the Pink House at the top of the hill to your left.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Ocean, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Hairdryer, Internet Service, TV, Wi-Fi
some Korean, English, French
Nancy,an accomplished artist,excels in several mediums,including lettering arts;an instructor in all,including as professor in rendering in the Department of Interior Design,Endicott College,Ma; currently Gallery Director at Grosvenor Park,Salem;loves theater, tennis,swimming,gardening,singing,travel,and is an International Rotarian.