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Aisling B and B (Boston, Massachusetts)

Aisling B and B - A Bed and Breakfast in Boston, MassachusettsClick "Book Now" to reserve Aisling B and B - a bed & breakfast in Boston, Massachusetts.... [more]
Encore BnB (Boston, Massachusetts)

Encore BnB - A Bed and Breakfast in Boston, MassachusettsClick "Book Now" to reserve Encore BnB - a bed & breakfast in Boston, Massachusetts.... [more]
La Cappella Suites (Boston, Massachusetts)

La Cappella Suites - A Bed and Breakfast in Boston, MassachusettsClick "Book Now" to reserve La Cappella Suites - a bed & breakfast in Boston, Massachusetts.... [more]
Charles Street Inn (Boston, Massachusetts)

The Charles Street Inn offers nine spacious and elegant rooms set in a luxurious, renovated 1860 townhouse in the heart of Boston's historic Beacon Hill, and minutes to all the city's many charms. To avoid confusion, please note we are not the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square. Each room is... [more]
Shawmut Guest House (Boston, Massachusetts)

The South End with its blocks of Victorian brick row houses, upscale restaurants and art galleries, is swiftly becoming one of the most popular places to live in Boston. Many of the row houses underwent renovation sarting in the 1960's and today the neighborhood is filled with a diverse mix. Our... [more]
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'Boston, a place where everybody knows your name and they're always glad you came'. Many people probably know Boston because it houses, in the Bull & Finch Pub, the set of the popular television series 'Cheers`

Others might be more historically aware and recall the 'Boston Tea Party' which led to the formation of the first continental congress. Or remember the impact of the murder of five colonists by the British which ultimately led to the American Revolution.

Readers probably recall the cluster of literary legends that came from Boston and its surroundings, legends such as Herman Mellville, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Shackles, Edgar Allen Poe, TS Eliot and Jack Kerouac.

Gastronomists amongst you probably want to taste, or still can taste, the fish and beans of this 'bean town' at the harbour. Almost 40% of the Boston metro area is comprised of individuals under 30 years of age, which means that the ubiquitous bars are packed on any given night of the week. 

Some people believe that Boston's character is very much like London. This is certainly true for its meltingpot of history and grace. Besides that, it's eccentric and bears a cosmopolitan character. Boston (600,000 inhabitants), is a modern fashionable city that has it all: shopping areas, melodrama, films, people, nightlife and many students.  Harvard University is just across the river in Cambridge.  Speaking of the river and festivals, Boston on the 4th of July sports a day of music, fireworks and food.  Boston also houses  the capital of the state of Massachusetts with it's famous gold dome (painted grey during WWII). A state which is better known as 'the Cradle of American Independence'. Massachussetts hailed famous figures such as the Pilgrims from Plymouth, American Patriots and the presidents John F. Kennedy, John Adams, John Quincy Adams and George Bush Sr.

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Harborside House
Marblehead, Massachusetts, United States
Handsome 1850 home in the historic district overlooks Marblehead Harbor. Enjoy water views from the fireplaced parlor, the period dining room, and from the summer breakfast porch. Home-baked breads... [more]