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Stayed a couple of nights at the hotel, the room was small but pleasant, generally could do with freshening up a bit. The room was a little noisy with the road traffic, the windows were just single glazed. As the hotel is situated in a...More
Beacon Hill is a beautiful area and the hotel is perfectly placed.
The staff were really friendly and helpful and the breakfast was delicious.
If anything I think it's the rooms that let this place down slightly. The room we stayed in was incredibly small...More
We stayed only one night between arriving by train from New York and picking up a car to drive on. The room was small but comfortable and well fitted. We had time for a walk around Beacon Hill with historic houses and fine shops, and...More
Small hotel in fantastic location in Beacon Hill. Superb location for walking through the historic districts. The Hop on and Off bus stops just one block away for those who prefer a quick overview of the city. The staff could not have been more pleasant...More
You could probably find cheaper ... you may find better but we really liked our stay because:
* comfortable bed so good resy (some traffic noise but not when sleeping)
* excellent breakfast included - all freshly prepared - none of that hot plate been-there-forever...More
Visit this historic and ritzy Boston neighborhood to soak up its classic New England charm as you stroll down cobblestoned, gas-lamp lined streets. Bring your walking shoes, camera, and select a nice day to wander through the hilly neighborhood and check out its exclusive addresses. Louisburg Square, Mt. Vernon street, Chestnut street and the extremely narrow and widely photographed Acorn street make a nice walking
path. Make sure to meander down Charles street to poke into boutiques and antique shops, cafes, and restaurants on this quaint shopping street. Don’t forget to catch a glimpse up close of the State House with its beautiful and iconic dome.