A Lady Winette Cottage

3 Corinthian Lane, Marblehead, Massachusetts 01945
Innkeeper(s): Susan Davies
  • Welcome to A Lady Winette Cottage

    Welcome to A Lady Winette Cottage

  • The Garden Room

    The Garden Room

  • The Harbor Room

    The Harbor Room

  • Your host, Susan Davies

    Your host, Susan Davies

  • Porch View

    Porch View

  • Marblehead is a quaint seacoast town 17 miles north of Boston.

    Marblehead is a quaint seacoast town 17 miles north of Boston.

  • Enjoy your breakfast on the charming large porch.

    Enjoy your breakfast on the charming large porch.

  • Elegant Dining Room

    Elegant Dining Room

 
  • Introduction

    A Lady Winette Cottage - Marblehead, Massachusetts

     

     

     

    A Lady Winette Cottage is a charming Victorian cottage. Imagine a magical space nestled amongst gardens, facing historic Marblehead Harbor. Fall asleep listening to the gentle lapping of the waves or lie in your bed watching sailboats in the harbor. French doors open to your private deck for reading, daydreaming or watching the boats gracefully sail out to the ocean.


    Private beach · Harbor view porch · Secret Garden · Private deck with harbor view
    Marblehead is a quaint seacoast town 17 miles north of Boston. On Susan's beach, one can collect sea glass of all colors, sea shells, or just sit and watch the boats sail out of the harbor, tan or daydream. Sunsets on the beach are anyone's delight! Downtown Marblehead shops and touring are 1 mile away. Lady Winette is a cozy, romantic cottage that will draw you back any season, year after year. A Lady Winette Cottage offers 2 beautiful air conditioned guest rooms with TV's. One room is furnished with 2 twin beds or a king bed, while the other is a harbor-front room with French doors opening onto a private deck overlooking the harbor. Savor your breakfast at the location of your choice. A charming large porch (pictured below) furnished with Cape Cod wicker overlooking the harbor, an elegant dining room, a garden escape room or your own private deck. Fresh brewed coffee or tea, juice, muffins, fresh fruit, cereal and yogurt are a few of your breakfast choices.
    Front Porch Front Porch

     

    deck

    Local Attractions...

    • Crocker Park
    • Fort Sewall
    • Old Burial Hill
    • Boating
    • Whale Watching
    • Shops & Galleries
    • Beaches
    • Mansions
    • Lighthouse
    • Castle Rock
    • Historic Tours
    • Little Harbor

     

  • Dining Room

    Dining Room

     

  • How To Find Us

    From I-95/128 N:
    Take Salem, Rte. 114 East exit.
    Follow 114-E thru Salem.
    The first landmark is the stoplight at Salem State College.
    5 stoplights after Salem State College, take a right onto Ocean Avenue. A fire station is on your right at stoplight.
    Go thru 1 set of lights and over the causeway.
    At end of causeway, bear right staying on Ocean Avenue. Travel 1 1/4 miles.
    You will come to small rotary - do not go around rotary - bear right of rotary.
    The road bears around to the right, slow down, immediately on the left is a large yellow house
    with a yellow barn and yellow fire hydrant. This is Corinthian Lane. Take a left and stop.
    A Lady Winette Cottage is second house on right, set back from the road.
    It is white with blue shutters - 3 Corinthian Lane.

    From Boston:
    Route 1A to Route 129 Swampscott into Marblehead onto Atlantic Avenue.
    At Ocean Avenue stoplight, take a right.
    Go thru 1 set of lights and over the causeway.
    At end of causeway, bear right staying on Ocean Avenue. Travel 1 1/4 miles.
    You will come to small rotary - do not go around rotary - bear right of rotary.
    The road bears around to the right, slow down, immediately on the left is a large yellow house
    with a yellow barn and yellow fire hydrant. This is Corinthian Lane. Take a left and stop.
    A Lady Winette Cottage is second house on right, set back from the road.
    It is white with blue shutters - 3 Corinthian Lane.

  • Your Host

    Your host, Susan Davies, has a warm and caring personality and will make you feel at home immediately. She is originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, competed extensively as a figure skater, and is now coaching her own champions.
    Susan’s great grandfather, Sir Louis Davies, was Chief Justice of Canada. His wife’s name was Lady Susan Winette Davies – alas the name “A Lady Winette Cottage.”