Boston at its best!
Charming hostess, charming house, charming neighbourhood, in fact charming everything! Although the house is undergoing renovation, it in no way interferes with the comfort of guests. The house should be judged on what it is - a magnificent 19th century property providing an atmospheric taste of the real Boston. Breakfast is varied and unlimited - freshly prepared fruit salad, yoghurts, cereals, bread, cheese, toast, assorted coffees, teas and juices, muffins and pastries fresh from the bakery every day and not forgetting Heidi's delicious french toast with vanilla and maple syrup - divine! Brief and pleasant walk to city transport. Our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer. Go there now, it's great! If you want table service and bacon and eggs- go to a city hotel, but you will miss out on an unforgettable experience. Heidi goes the extra mile for her guests: she served a particular cheese after my husband mentioned it as a favourite and, on the day we left, she wrapped up some of her delicious french toast for our journey to Washington D.C. The common areas are lovely and offer more than a typical B&B, the 'Great Room' is aptly named and provides pool table, DVDs, books and board games. Internet access is also available. A very 'special' place.