Getting Here


Salem is located just north of Boston on scenic Cape Ann (a mirror to Cape Cod).  The town is served by Boston’s Logan Airport and the Manchester, New Hampshire Airport.  

We recommend contracting with a shuttle service to get you to and from the airport.  (We’ve heard that Boston drivers can be quite aggressive, but honestly, we don’t know what they’re talking about.)  

The average cost for a one-way sedan trip from Boston’s Logan airport is $55 (with gratuity). The average cost for a one-way sedan trip from Manchester’s Regional Airport is $165 (with gratuity).


Our Preferred Vendors: 


Dependable Limousine:

North Shore Shuttle

Adventure Limo
Granada Transport:




Please be sure to budget in a 40-minute drive to/from Boston and a 75-minute drive to/from Manchester.

Directions from Boston’s Logan Airport (a 40-minute drive)
Follow Route 1A North for 16 miles into Salem.  Stay one Route 1A North, following signs to the Peabody-Essex Museum.  The hotel is a six story brick building with green awnings and flower boxes, on the right side of the road.

Directions from Manchester’s Airport (a 75-minute drive)
Exit the airport to Interstate 293 South to I-93 South.  Travel on 1-93 South for 37 miles.  Take Exit #37A/Peabody onto I-95 North.  Continue north 8 miles to the fork in the highway – keep left and exit onto Route 128 N towards Gloucester.  Take Exit #25A/Salem onto Route 114 East towards Salem/Marblehead.  Route 114 twists and turns for 3 miles bringing you over a bridge/ramp to Route 107.  Turn right onto Bridge Street (Route 107).  Turn Right on Williams Street.  Turn right on Washington Street and then bear left to follow Route 1A.  The Hawthorne Hotel will be on your left.