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Pheasant Hill Bed & Breakfast

Marblehead, Massachusetts


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By the Sea, History Holds Its Ground - The New York Times

MARBLEHEAD, Mass., is built on bedrock - it crops out all over town, between the clapboard houses and back lanes, stippling the harbor with its insistent message about New England tenacity - but the town's heart belongs to the sea...

Just outside the historic district, is Pheasant Hill B & B offering three very pleasant double rooms, including the Bird's Nest suite, which has a separate entrance.

Telephone:  781-639-4799  Email:  info@pheasanthill.com

Welcome to Marblehead

Marblehead is a truly historic and attractive New England town.  Incorporated in 1649, its landscape today features more than 300 buildings constructed before the American Revolution - more than can be found in any other community in America!  And we say that our Marblehead is the birthplace of the American Navy because in 1775 General George Washington commissioned the great schooner Hannah, and the Hannah was owned and manned by Marbleheader's. 

Travelers for pleasure and business alike relish the historic quality of Marblehead, its beautiful harbor and the rocky cliffs of its shoreline.  They also like its close proximity to Logan Airport (12 miles) and Boston, and neighboring Salem and Swampscott.  It proves a marvelous setting for sailing and fishing enthusiasts, history buffs and weekend escapers too.   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. 

As you can probably tell, we're just a little bit proud of Marblehead.  Come and stay with us!  We think you'll like it too. 

Bill and Nancy Coolidge
Owners, Pheasant Hill Bed & Breakfast