Awake each morning to the tantalizing aromas of our elegant four course breakfast being served in our dining room. Later stroll the narrow streets of this Historic seaside village and Artist Colony, or walk the white sand beach of Good Harbor. A quiet cultural setting, one can enjoy Chamber Music, Symphony, many museusms and fine dining. Seven South Street is a gracious old New England home built in 1766 and located in the South Street Historic District. Our beautifully appointed rooms, each with their own color and style, all have private bath. Rockport is beautiful in all seasons, therefore we are open year round.
4.8 on January 31, 2014
Seven South Street is a fantastic place in a scenic historic area, and walking distance away from the rocky coast that gives the town its namesake. Debbie is always very friendly and is quick to offer pointers for things to do. In fact, she was so incredibly friendly through email that we though we would stay there while visiting the Rockport/Salem area. The rooms are beautifully decorated and always clean. Be advised that, staying true to the historic style of house in the area, the rooms aren't terribly large. Of course, they don't need to be. Of course, this review would be outright dishonest without even mentioning breakfast: every morning, Debbie serves a delicious and creative homemade breakfast, where you can often chat with the other guest over soothing background music and relaxing lighting. I've not had anything quite like the titular french toast before, and the poached eggs with Hollandaise sauce was amazing. If you're thinking of staying in the area, give this place a try.
5 on January 05, 2014
This was our first stay at Seven South Street Inn during Christmas. Yes they were open Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. We have stayed here before but never in the winter. It turned out to be a very enjoyable week. The Inn was all decked out for Christmas with tasteful decorations throughout the house but particularly in the public rooms. We stayed in the suite, room 7, since we were going to be there for a week. Again it was very comfortable and made us feel like we had a home to go back to each day when we needed to rest or thaw out from our walks around town. The bed was very comfortable with great linens and the bathroom had great towels and lots of amenities. I got a chance to see all of the rooms before the Christmas crowd came in and they were all lovely and of varying sizes and prices. The entire inn was spotless. Take a look at the website to pick the room that meets your needs. The location is excellent as you can walk to town and in the summer to three beaches. Of course one of the best parts of the stay was the breakfast. Deb still provides a many course meal with tasty and innovative foods. You will never go hungry. The dining room was cozy and the other guests were great company. Deb and Nick were excellent hosts throughout our stay. Since we were there in advance of Christmas we had the place to ourselves for a couple of days and they seemed to go out of their way to engage in conversation and make us feel at home. On Christmas morning all guests received a little gift at our door of Deb's famous homemade Tomato Jam and she also made some of us Sweet Potato pie to take with us to our Christmas dinner. It was the little touches like this that made it a memorable Christmas.
5 on November 04, 2013
This past weekend, my family and I traveled to Rockport for a wedding. Rather than stay at a local motel, we chose Seven South Street Inn. We are glad we did as the innkeepers, Nick and Debbie, were very friendly and accommodating. We reserved four rooms together and each room had its own identity. The rooms were immaculate and tastefully done. The house, 250 years old, made the experience friendly and intimate. The breakfast was gourmet and made from scratch. We were a few minutes' drive from the center of Rockport shopping/entertainment. No doubt we would stay there if we plan to spend more than a day in the Cape Ann area. Bill K.
5 on August 27, 2013
Our four night stay was A+ The rooms were very comfortable and clean, breakfasts were outstanding and Debbie and Nick treated us like friends. They loaned us beach chairs, flashlights for navigating the headlands to see the fireworks, beach towels and made reservations for dinner. Breakfast conversations were fun - a nice start to the day. They were most accommodating.
5 on August 22, 2013
Good parking, friendly staff, great location, very clean, super breakfast yummy, priced right, would recommend,
Seaside Village and Art Colony, Small town
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 35 miles
Logan International Follow Rte 60 east( also Rte 1A)stay straight on this road and continue on Rte 60 EAst at the traffic light to Rte 1 North. Follow Rte 1 North to Rte 128 North and follow directions above.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Beach, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Deep Sea Fishing, Kayaking, Whale Watching, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Art Classes, Whale Watching, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Water sports
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
Board games, Copier, Library
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
bicycles, seasonal pool, Beach/pool towels, Free Beach passes, Gluten Free Diet special request $5.00, Beach chairs
Nick and Debbie Benn
Cooking and Gardening
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , special dietary need , w/ advance notice
Each breakfast starts off with a fresh fruit plate and a steaming cup of fresh brewed coffee or tea. This is followed by the sweet bread of the day, scones, coffee cake or muffins. Then you are served a flutted glass of freshly juiced fruits, trying to guess its contents while savoring every last drop. Now it's time to dine on the breakfast entree of the day. Usually the Sunday morning favorite, Eggs Benedict served Seven South Street style. A poached egg served on top of a large warm crossant with black forrest ham and topped with my homemade hollendaise sauce, sure to keep you satisfied to mid afternoon.