Our rental space has two bedrooms, living room, full bath and a mini kitchen. There is a full deck across the front of the house and a large patio off the bedrooms which is accessed though the sliders in each bedroom. This is all private space for our guests. The views from the front deck are of the great marsh along with the beautiful sunsets. With the Two bedrooms one with a queen size bed and the other with full size bed the house can have 2 to 4 people depending on sleeping arrangements.
“This was our second stay at Joyce's place, and it was as clean and attractive and comfortable and well-stocked as the first time. Having two separate bedrooms at the price she charges is a good deal for the Newburyport/Plum Island area. Although Joyce is upstairs and there's a shared entryway, the first-floor unit has a door to the entry and feels quite private.”
What better way to experience historic Newburyport than to stay in a colonial house (in a private suite) built in 1736 - that's 282 years old! This property is also within walking distance to the downtown shops, musuems & to several excellent restaurants. The beach, fishing and boating are only 2-3 miles away. Come visit and learn about this historical and scenic seaport. We are also a short train ride away from historic Salem, MA.
“I loved staying in this historic house within walking distance of a charming downtown and easy driving distance of Plum Island (where there's great birding and beautiful beaches). I would definitely find a weekend's worth of interesting things to do in the area and would be refreshed each night by staying at this place. I found the communication clear and easy.”
Walking distance to downtown, library, restaurants & train 30 minutes to Boston Close to beaches
“What a perfect spot for a weekend trip up on the north shore! We stayed here one night and loved how comfortable and well-located the house was. Ipswich is a delightful town, lots of restaurants and shops are within walking distance. Slept very well and enjoyed some tasty coffee in the morning that Mark was kind enough to brew for us.”