2 Bedroom in Historic Charlestown/Boston - Close to Everything!
- Airport Shuttle
- Pets Allowed
- Swimming Pool
- Smoking Allowed
2 bdrm, 1 bath 2nd floor unit with all the comforts of home. No need to eat out each nite of your vacation when you have a large eat in kitchen with everything you'll need to cook at home (pots, pans, dishes, eating utensils, etc). Whole Foods grocery is within walking distance. Fully stocked home with everything you'll need, bedding, iron and ironing board, bathroom amenities include towels, face clothes, shampoo, conditioner, face and bath wash, lotion, blow dryer. If there's anything else you need just let us know and we'll do our best to accommodate your needs (possible added cost depending on request).
Apartment equipped with 42" TV, cable and hi speed internet.
The apartment is on a beautiful tree lined street right on the Freedom Trail, just a block from the historic Bunker Hill Monument and only a very short walk to the USS Constitution. We are within walking distance to great pubs (Warren Tavern is one) and great local restaurants. Just a short walk to the historic North End with some of the best italian fare around, North Station (Bruins/Celtics), Fanueil Hall and close to public transportation (bus, ferry, MBTA and commuter rail). Sking, beach, wine tasting/vineyards and leaf peeping all within an hour from the house.
Unit is in an owner occupied 3 family quiet home. Perfect for families and or visitors here to enjoy the history New England offers. We are pet friendly so feel free to bring your pet with you (2 pet maximum).
Boston has an excellent public transit system and we are minutes from subway and bus stops, as well as a reliable taxi dispatch. We recommend parking your car during your stay, as driving and parking in Boston are very difficult and expensive. There is street parking, free and safe, available on Tremont Street in front of house on weekends only, first come, first serve basis. For weekdays, there is a covered garage available in the neighborhood (a good rate for Boston!):