The Inn on Washington Square
The welcoming, warm, well-kept facade and beautiful views of Salem Commons and the surrounding tree-lined streets belie the most intriguing feature of this bed 'n' breakfast. The estate was built in 1842 and later purchased by John Ethridge who, along with his daughter and several other occupants, apparently never left. A two-time Best of Salem award winner, The Inn on Washington Square (est. 1996) is also the first paranormal bed 'n' breakfast on New England's North Shore.
- Hours: No lockout. Calls answered until 10pm.
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Facilities: Lost & found, Luggage storage, Taxi dispatch
- Transportation: Shuttle, Taxi/limo
- Rental cars: Yes
- Parking: Free lot
- Parking durations available: Long-term, Short-term
- Payments accepted: American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, Personal Check, Visa
- Discounts: Volume/season
- Wi-Fi: Free
- What makes this community special?: Salem Commons and the beautiful historic homes
- Part of a chain: No
- Number of rooms: 3
- Maximum occupancy: 2
- Services: Reservations
- Room features: Coffee maker, Internet connection, Refrigerator
- Pets allowed: Yes
- What's your #1 travel tip for customers?: "If you're coming for a paranormal experience, you just might get one."
- Private events: No