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This was our second time staying at the Taylor House, and it was just as great as we remembered it. It is less than a block away from Jamaica Pond, with a great walking trail, and two blocks from a great downtown with shops and...More
Stayed here 3 nights when spouse & I visited son and wife and grandchildren nearby. Expected elegance and immaculate surroundings – found a nice setting but with some glitches. TV in our room did not work for example; found someone’s umbrella under the bed. Rarely...More
I stayed at Taylor House primarily for a business trip, but my husband and baby came along for the trip. While I worked during the days, my family had a lovely neighborhood--good restaurants, scenery and access to public transport-- to explore. Our time at Taylor...More
A true gem with outstanding decor and queen size, pillow-top beds in every room. Located in the Jamaica Pond residental area, famous for its traditional architecture, many diverse restaurants and nearby nature walk/jog/stroll areas. Within minutes of bus and subway transit. Offers free car parking....More
My husband and I stayed at the Taylor House B&B for 5 nights and felt totally at home there. We enjoyed our comfortable room, nourishing (but not elaborate) breakfasts, the lovely garden that we felt welcome to sit in at our leisure, the interesting artwork...More
US$137 - US$217 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This Boston neighborhood feels like a distinct community unique and separate from the bustle of other areas. Beautiful Victorian homes, restaurants with an emphasis on being eco-friendly and providing local and organic food, and a large Hispanic community. Visit Centre and South streets for restaurants, cafes, and little shops. The Arnold Arboretum is a beautiful, large green space well worth a visit if you venture to
Yes, there's parking available! To get into the central area of downtown Boston, I'd recommend driving, using Uber, or using public transportation (there's a bus stop and an MBTA subway station close to the B&B).