Located on Cape Ann, the 1684 John Burnham House is on the National Historic Register. Its gardens were recently featured in the Boston Globe magazine and the interior has been featured in Early Homes Magazine. It is furnished with antiques and has four bedrooms with continental breakfast. Easy access to Salem for Halloween and under an hour to Boston.
4.6 on July 21, 2016
My wife and I have stayed at the 1684 John Burnham House several times and each time has been as good if not better than the previous. Peter and George are the most wonderful and caring hosts and so interesting - the time gets away from us once we start to chat. So looking forward to our next visit and fires on the hearths!
4.6 on February 26, 2014
From the minute we drove up and saw the great first period house, we knew it was to be a fabulous stay. Peter came out to greet us before we every got out of the car. From that moment on, we were treated & felt like family by Peter & George. Sitting and chatting by the fire place was wonderful.
4.2 on December 19, 2013
The home and the hosts were outstanding in every way. We would stay here always when in Essex.
4.6 on October 16, 2013
The house and grounds are breath-taking and Peter and George were friendly and gracious hosts. We had a wonderful time and plan to return for another stay.
4.8 on September 24, 2013
A long elegant romantic weekend last year was so perfect even my meticulous local relatives were impressed with the sublime surrounding, serenity and gardens.
4.2 on June 11, 2013
A spacious apartment on two levels, equipped with great care. Quiet location, hence quiet sleep. Super breakfast, friendly and helpful hosts.
4.2 on September 10, 2012
An amazing experience with a fantastic house. The breakfast was outstanding and the hosts, Peter and George, were very welcoming.
4.0 on November 06, 2010
The 1684 John Burnham House has been tastefully restored, and is still a work of art in progress. I would highly recommend this B&B, which was a memorable place to stay in for a special birthday.