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We stayed at the Harbor Light Inn for a reunion of roommates from 12 Gregory St. in the 70s,
The Inn Is beautiful, charming has many amenities for a group to meet including two sitting rooms, a pool, air-conditioning, private parking. It is located within...More
My wife and I booked a last minute overnight stay at Harbor Light and weren't disappointed. We booked Rm 25, a newly renovated room with wonderful amenities on the second floor. It's highly recommended for couples. The entire facility is very elegant and steeped in...More
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Response from HarborLightInn, General Manager at Harbor Light InnResponded 24 April 2018
Thank you for taking the time to write such a wonderful review and highlighting our elegant facility, great location, friendly staff and yummy breakfast! We would be thrilled to have you back for a longer stay and the summer is always a lovely time to...More
This was the third time at the Harbor light inn! The staff and owners are so friendly and the atmosphere is wonderful! The garden is beautiful and the breakfast delicious! We stayed in different rooms each time and all of them are beautifully decorated, very...More
For Our first time trying a Bed and Breakfast Inn the Harbor Light Inn was fantastic ! The accommodation are top rate and the staff are wonderful. As we entered our spacious room, we were greeted with soft music. There was comfortable canopy bed, fireplace,...More
The Harbor Light Inn is on Washington Avenue, the main street through the Old Town of Marblehead. As well as its neighbouring buildings all being historical locations, the hotel itself is based in two houses from the early colonial era in Marblehead.
The room we...More