Adding to Boston's historic appeal, this bed and breakfast in Beacon Hill, The Charles Street Inn, was a fantastic spot to rest during a recent single day/night in Boston (our first visit).
In a rennovated 1860 Victorian townhouse, each of nine rooms includes original ceiling ornamentaion, a marble fireplace, and a theme centered around a Boston Victorian who contributed to the Arts. (Note: "theme" does not equal "cheesy" here.)
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We stayed in the lovely Julia Ward Howe Room, sad to leave after only one night. We loved the combination of old elegance with modern comforts (incredible mattress, bedding, bathroom, etc.).
Any other recommendations if we go back to Boston?