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Recent Boston reviews
"I stayed in this apartment for 6 weeks while working in Boston. I give it my highest recommendation. I have rented 2 other Beacon Hill apartments off VRBO during my travels, but this one, hands down is my favorite. It is clean, comfortable, and has everything you might need for an all inclusive rental. The location couldn't be better, it's safe and close to tons of restaurant's, and Whole Foods is a short walk away. And to top it off, literally, is that incredible rooftop deck. The view is great, perfect for coffee or happy hour, and as inviting as it is, I had the place to myself 95% of the time. Iwona, the owner couldn't be nicer nor a better hostess. She met me there with the keys, and was available by phone anytime I had a question. Beacon Hill is a great, historic area, and this is the only place I want to stay when I go back again. Thanks Iwona."Guest: Harlo Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 21, 2014View listing
"This apartment was lovely, and the owner was extremely accommodating. The pictures do not do it justice, as the ceilings are very high which makes the space seem even larger than it is. I comfortably stayed here with six friends. We made good use of the kitchen and the beds, including the sofa bed, were very cozy. The location of the apartment was fantastic- we were within walking distance of great sites, shops, and restaurants. Additionally, the parking garage was less than a ten minute walk away which we found convenient. Would absolutely recommend this apartment, and would stay again when traveling with a group in the future!"Guest: Joanna W. Date of Stay: April 2014 Review Submitted: April 15, 2014View listing
"My husband and I stayed here in celebration of our anniversary. It was the first time we'd been away alone in a long time. And we weren't disappointed. This spot on Marginal Street is everything we expected; just as advertised. The owners are very pleasant and friendly and willing to lend a helping hand. John said he was available by text if we needed any advice while touring Boston! The neighborhood is very quiet and safe. And, it was so great to be so close to the T. When we first arrived we took a walk to the park down the road. This park was such a little gem with beautiful harbor views. Great for a picnic. The apartment itself was clean and welcoming. The bed was very comfortable. We only wished we had more time to sample all the great food in East Boston and beyond. As it was, our first night we went to Italian Express in East Boston right around the block. This place had a homey welcoming atmosphere. The second night we were in Quincy Market and sat outside to eat take out after a long walking tour of Boston. A walk to North Boston during the day was lovely. We also visited the North Church and a little printing press nearby where the proprietor re-enacts printing as it was done when the original Declaration of Independence was created . We went into Paul Revere’s house. So much history and we barely scratched the surface... Oh and don't forget the little bakery next store to Italian Express. We stopped her to stock up on pastry for the ride home. Thanks John and Melissa for being as advertised!"Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 27, 2014View listing
"The unit is exactly as pictured. It is very convenient and close to some wonderful restaurants and just a few blocks from the Haymarket T stop. The location is very safe and was super quiet...we rarely heard or saw any neighbors. We are very active and this was just a place to lay our heads. That being said, a better mattress and linens would have garnered this a 5, otherwise it meets basic needs. Note: If you need or prefer a firm mattress this would not be your best choice. Having visited Boston numerous times we like to stay in a different area each time to try new restaurants and shops. Bread and Butter makes a fantastic breakfast quiche, Pushcart Pizza makes a great pie and you have to hit Mike's Pastry for dessert...then walk it all off on the Freedom Trail. You'll find a restaurant and bakery on very block so pace yourselves!"Guest: lori in va Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 23, 2014View listing
Boston Travel Tips
Boston Rentals for New England Adventures
It is possible to explore New England on a budget, and Boston, Massachusetts offers plenty of rich cultural and historical influences the entire family will enjoy. Boston rentals are centrally located to many of the major sights in town, as well as surrounding waters and suburbs for a wide range in day trips during your stay.
Reserve Boston Rentals and Tour Boston University
Any Boston vacation should include at least a quick visit to the gorgeous campus of Boston University. The entire family will also enjoy a night at the Coit Observatory, searching for their favorite constellations. This activity is sometimes free of charge throughout the warmer seasons, but check for clear skies before venturing out from your Boston vacation rentals.
Historical Monuments and Attractions for Any Boston Vacation
Boston rentals allow everyone a free history lesson and the chance to visit locations previously only seen in books. During your Boston vacation, spend an afternoon climbing the 294 steps of the Bunker Hill Monument, or show the kids the Old North Church and tell the story of Paul Revere.
A free self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail will take you by nearly every important site downtown. You can end your day by visiting the Harvard Book Store or strolling down Newbury Street for modern shopping and dining before returning to your Boston vacation rentals.
Tour Breweries and Cellars near Boston Vacation Rentals
Boston rentals are located near the Sam Adams Brewery, which offers tours of the facilities and taste tests to visitors. The Harpoon Brewery may also be an important stop on your Boston vacation, but check for days and times to schedule your personal tour.
If beer doesn’t quite tickle your fancy, stop in at Best Cellars, the largest wine retailer located downtown and within a short distance to Boston vacation rentals. On specific nights of the week, you’ll be able to not only shop for your new favorite bottle of wine, but taste a wide variety of new blends.