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Marblehead Cycle
25 Bessom St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Chris Finn, owner of Marblehead Cycle, kept all riders in mind when opening his business. Where else can you findMore a retail store, full service shop and bicycle rental center, all in one place? Chris services and repairs the bikes he sells, including BMX, mountain, beach cruiser and children's bicycles, to name a few. Protective gear, cycling attire, bike accessories and even nutritional supplements are available, ensuring one-stop shopping for the perfect ride. And for riders of a more leisurely caliber, rent a hybrid bicycle for merely $25 a day— there is no better way to explore this historic, oceanside town.
Marblehead Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Risley Road, Marblehead, MA 01945
This 16-acre wildlife sanctuary in the heart of Marblehead Neck is owned and maintained by the Massachusetts AudobonMore Society, which calls it a "haven for migratory birds" and a "mecca for birders." The sanctuary can be reached from a trail head at the end of Risley Road. Pets, bicycles, alcohol and hunting are strictly prohibited, and parking is available in a small lot located near the trail head.
Seagull Inn
106 Harbor Ave, Marblehead, MA 01945

In business since 1993, owners Skip and Ruth Sigler take great pride in their family-friendly inn. Only three housesMore from Marblehead Harbor, the Seagull Inn is ideal for those who want to be near the water, or who come to Marblehead for sailing events. The downtown area is also walkable from the inn.

This inn has three suites, one with a rooftop deck offering ocean views, and a common kitchen with a deluxe, continental breakfast served daily. Wireless Internet access is available, and guests may use an inn computer and a copier/scanner/printer/fax. In addition, all suites are air conditioned, and provide TV/VCR/DVDs with cable access, telephones, hair dryers, coffee makers, complimentary bottled water, soft drinks and snacks.

Bicycles and kayaks are available upon request, and certain pets are allowed with pre-approval.

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