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Bunny's Bed and Breakfast is a guesthouse with generous off street parking. The proprietors invite you to come and experience all the relaxation and scenery that the Massachusetts countryside has to offer. Enjoy an entire guesthouse to yourself for a stress-free and fun vacation. The house is non-owner occupied as the owners live next door.

The first-floor bedroom with queen bed has a private hall bathroom and accommodates two people. The second floor offers two bedrooms with a full shared hall bathroom. A Continental plus breakfast with a different "made-from-scratch" muffin is served every morning in the dining room.

Location: 17 Kernwood Heights, Beverly Massachusetts 01915 Telephone 978) 922-239 Fax 978) 922-239

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Scituate) Allen House
(Beverly) Beverly Farms Bed and Breakfast
(Marblehead) Bishops Bed & Breakfast
(Londonderry) Breezy Hill B&B
(Portsmouth) Bunbury Lodge
(Charlestown) Bunker Hill Bed & Breakfast

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