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I was disappointed with Taylor House on a number of levels. First, despite my request for a room with full bath, my husband and I were put in a room with shower only; when I queried (at checkout), I was told that we were changed...More
We were in town for the marathon with 2 teenagers and young child plus 3 adults. It worked perfectly for us as it was pretty close to the public transit system as well as stores and restaraunts. The house was more than we expected and...More
I have been coming to Boston for the last several years as my daughter is a college student at MassArt.Before finding the Taylor House, I stayed at several hotels in the center of town and then tried out several B&B's. Taylor House is always my...More
As a single female traveler, I have always preferred the warmth of a B&B over an impersonal and sterile hotel chain. Accommodations in Jamaica Plain are few, so Taylor House fills a real need. The renovation and conversion of this beautiful old home into a...More
USD 167 - USD 219 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This Boston neighborhood feels like a distinct community unique and separate from the bustle of other areas. Beautiful Victorian homes, restaurants with an emphasis on being eco-friendly and providing local and organic food, and a large Hispanic community. Visit Centre and South streets for restaurants, cafes, and little shops. The Arnold Arboretum is a beautiful, large green space well worth a visit if you venture to
Yes, there's parking available! To get into the central area of downtown Boston, I'd recommend driving, using Uber, or using public transportation (there's a bus stop and an MBTA subway station close to the B&B).