HISTORY OF THE SALLY WEBSTER INN
Front of the inn, present day
Painted image of the inn
Built in 1832
The Sally Webster Inn, a Rockport, MA lodging Inn, was built in 1832 by Sally's father, William Choate, a housewright. Upon his death in 1859, a share of the property was transferred to each of his 9 children. Sally eventually realized total ownership of the house and it became known as The Sally Webster House. The home became the Sally Webster Inn in the mid 1980's. The Inn is located in Rockport's Historic District and recognized as one of the finest B&Bs in Rockport and Cape Ann. The Sally Webster Inn is known for its cleanliness, hospitality, competitive rates, and our full breakfast buffet with delicious fruit, pastries, and hot entrees. "Welcome to the Charm of Yesteryear" with today's amenities.
Continuing the Tradition
Inn owners Dean & Suzan purchased the Inn in November of 2010 and are committed to continuing the excellent service that the Sally Webster Inn is known for, while updating the amenities available to their loyal customers. We use perfume and dye free products where ever possible to provide allergy free surroundings. Our full Breakfast Buffet provides our guests with ample and delightful nourishment for their day. Enjoy our flower gardens in Spring, Summer, and Fall. We do have our resident cat. Not allowed in bedrooms.