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Charlestown Navy Yard is perhaps best known as the home of the USS Constitution, but it has at least one more gem to offer tourists - Green Turtle Floating Bed & Breakfast. Three separate boats, Green Turtle I, II and III, make up this luxurious accommodation, and guests have the opportunity of enjoying a vacation aboard a houseboat or motor yacht, whichever should take their fancy. The elegantly designed rooms, with their queen beds and modern amenities tempt guests to stay inside, but sitting on a dock chair, taking in the views of the water, is just as appealing.
This four-story brownstone was built in 1882 and provides you with all of the modern amenities in gracious 19th-century style. The charming hotel is on upscale Newbury Street, which is surrounded by some of the best shopping, restaurants, cafes and sightseeing attractions. It is also within walking distance to the Hynes Convention Center, Copley Place and the Boston Common and is a short subway ride to the Financial District.
This affordable bed and breakfast place, located in historic Back Bay in Boston, is worth a visit. You will be at a stone's throw away from the Charles River, a short walk from upscale Newbury Street, Hynes Convention Center and many other sights and attractions. Reside nightly, weekly, or even monthly in this restored Brownstone home. Public transportation and several fine dining options make this place a convenient location.
Caj House provides visitors with a choice of apartments for short-term housing. These well-furnished apartments are beautifully designed and comfortable, ideal for people who have relocated or are between houses. Every week, rates and availability vary, so make sure you check the website. Come and choose your home away from home in the fashionable South End.
You will find this lovely guest house between Symphony Hall and the Prudential Center. The warm and comfortable environs make you feel at home. A complimentary continental breakfast is available in the spacious living room. Guest rooms are clean, comfortable and equipped with televisions, double or queen-sized beds and private or shared baths. Guests can even chose to while away time on the outdoor deck.
This B&B in a brownstone has eight suites equipped with just enough amenities to keep you happy. For those who need clean and comfortable sleeping quarters in a pleasant atmosphere, this house has what you need. Each room has queen-sized beds with private bathrooms and fireplaces. The rooms also feature high-speed internet. You are close to the Kenmore Square area and Boston University. The Charles River and Back Bay neighborhood are also near.
This restored brownstone townhouse is a simple and inexpensive way to enjoy a stay in Boston. This no-frills hostelry with shared baths and no food service is highly attractive to price-conscious travelers who do not mind taking their meals in nearby restaurants and taking the train into downtown Boston. The family-owned establishment, Anthony's Town House, is located outside the city in fashionable Brookline and has been operating since 1944.
Beacon Inn is an intimate and charming accommodation facility, located in the heart of the Brookline town, but footsteps away from museums, shopping and fine dining. Along with a facility at 1750 Beacon Street, these brownstones have been restored into warm and inviting guest homes. The owners are proud of their large, clean rooms, the fireplaces in the lobby as well as some guest rooms and welcome you into the warmth of a home away from home.
Taylor House Bed and Breakfast evokes rural New England, with its extensive gardens, attentive innkeepers, and resident Golden Retrievers. The very reasonable rates put the guest steps away from beautiful Jamaica Pond, a short walk from the public transportation, and a couple blocks to Jamaica Plain's charming main thoroughfare, Centre Street. The continental breakfast included in the nightly rate boasts homemade baked goods whipped up by the innkeepers. The rooms include all the modern amenities as well as sleigh beds and decorative architectural touches from the 19th Century.