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I travelled to Boston with my mum in August 2012 and I'm so sorry it took me so many years to write a review about this place but late is better than never I guess. The bnb came to my mind the other day and...More
When we arrived, she immediately greeted us at the door and we thought everything was fine. Her house was very cluttered to say the least, but otherwise it was a very nice home. She was quite a talker, but my partner and I weren't really...More
Ah, where do I begin. As an extensive user of TripAdvisor, you would think that I looked up the place before making reservations, but I didn't.
Subsequently, I did look at the reviews, but since I spoke to the proprietor, I discounted the negative reviews....More
We paid for two nights, endured the first night, and then left first thing the next morning, happily forfeiting the cost of the second night.
Many rules, very adamantly communicated and defended. We stayed in July; when I asked if our room could be cooler,...More
I just spent a week at Christiane's place and I had a wonderful time. I loved her house and Christiane made me feel welcome. She is caring and warm and I will definitely be returning to the Bunker Hill B&B! After a busy day of...More
Charlestown’s hilly roads, narrow streets and gaslight lamps, make it an enticing neighborhood to visit. Follow the Freedom Trail over the Washington St bridge from the North End or take the scenic water locks to Paul Revere Park. Walk through City Square and stroll down cute Main street, wandering up the windy residential streets to Monument Square, where you can learn about the city’s history along with a great view
of Boston at the Bunker Hill Monument. While it’s not a huge area, there are some excellent restaurants. Find your way to the Charlestown Navy Yard, which is a developing area with lots of condos and an additional site for Massachusetts General Hospital research centers. Here you will also find the USS Constitution Museum. After you’re done, hop on an MBTA ferry at the dock on Baxter street and zip on over to Long Wharf and the New England Aquarium.