Time. Our youth was filled with it. We endlessly searched for tomorrow, finally arriving where we are today. Life has brought its challenges...and its rewards. Yet, our aspirations continue, and our responsibilities grow. What's next? Probably, an escape.
The Inn at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate invites you to return to an age of innocent pursuits. Step into a timeless place of understated elegance and serenity. Located in the heart of the spectacular Crane Estate, enjoy simple, yet luxurious pleasures, and reconnect with what's really important in life. Snug beds, hearty breakfasts, and a warm and generous staff anticipate your arrival.
All the rooms at the Inn are uniquely appointed and many feature stunning views over the salt marshes, sand dunes, and Atlantic Ocean. Though no two rooms are alike, all promise a great night's sleep and the excitement of waking up in the magical world that is Castle Hill.
Take tea on the veranda and gaze across the spectacular coastline. Read quietly upon a sun-bathed window seat. Stroll along the miles of shoreline.
All are part of your stay.
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The Crane Estate
The spectacular Crane Estate encompasses more than 2,100 acres in Ipswich, Massachusetts and includes 2 beaches, a historic mansion, spectacular gardens, and miles of trails.
At Crane Beach, you’ll enjoy one of the finest beaches and outdoor recreation destinations on the East Coast.
The Crane Estate is home to tons of events and programs throughout the year.
The Inn at Castle Hill is part of the beautiful, 2,000 acre Crane Estate which includes two beaches, a historic mansion, spectacular gardens, and miles of trails.
Ipswich + The North Shore
Ipswich is at the heart of the North Shore of Massachusetts, and is the center of the Essex National Heritage Area, one of only twenty-four nationally designated regions of cultural and natural significance. There is so much to do and see here!
The Trustees of Reservations
We are more than 100,000 people like you who love the outdoors, who love the distinctive charms of New England, and who believe in celebrating and protecting them, for everyone, forever.