They serve the best most beautiful coffee around. The atmosphere is calm and pleasent and clean. Inspiring and happy employees also make this a great place to spend some time.
Famous around Pensacola for it's tall turret, the Springhill Guesthouse was built in 1900 by the Forbes family. you to take a step back in time to enjoy your stay in the North Hill neighorhood of historic Pensacola, Florida.
The Capital Diner is a tiny place usually full of the local characters, both high and lowbrow. It??s tucked between buildings with the short side of the boxcar facing the street making it easy to miss, so be alert. Up to a couple of years ago the diner??s little side yard was home to a few chickens and a pygmy goat. The critters are now in retirement homes as it became apparent that the restaurant help no longer considered cleaning chicken pens part of their job description. It??s a big loss really. Now the view consists of the tiny, neatly landscaped but critter-less plot of land, which ends abruptly at the brick wall of the next building.
Really great food and reasonable prices.
This tiny porch with rocking chairs is a charming addition to the diner's kitchen extension. This 14-stool Worcester Lunch Car Company diner has a railroad theme, and has been nicely restored. The interior has a lot of charm, including a miniature railroad that runs circle along a little track just under the diner's curved ceiling, and beautiful black-and-white tile floor and wall panels.
We almost missed this place had we not happened to find it. It's an authentic 40's diner but the food was great. Love this part of town too.. so much to do.
most delightful B&B within easy walking distance of everything in Marblehead. Charming antiques - laden accommodations and breakfast area. Our gracious host even connected with a long-lost cousin! A most memorable visit!
Very nice place, quiet and comfortable. Did a really nice job too. Would definetely recommned.The staff was freindly and courteous. I'll be going back
Whether visiting Boston, exploring the North Shore, or crossing the Atlantic Ocean, travelers find Marblehead a perfect haven - just out of the mainstream and loaded with quaint historic charm.
We live in southern NH, about an hour from Marblehead. Our friends from western NY were going to be in Salem MA for the weekend to attend a wedding. We decided at the last minute to try and find a place to stay nearby on the Friday evening of their visit so that we'd have a bit more time to spend with them. To our absolute delight we discovered Notorious Annie's online and were able to book Annie's Suite for the night. The location is the best, the suite is amazing and our coffee, tea and warm muffins in the morning were an added delight. We hated to leave....this is one of those rare places where the photos online look appealing but it is much more when you actually see it. Janet Sheehan, the proprietor is a wonderful host as well.
Tuscanino or ??Little Tuscany? is a little piece of Tuscany in Marblehead, Massachusetts and is a haven for creative types. This is by far the best B&B I've been to."