We recently stayed at Abigayle's for 3 nights when visiting Boston while holidaying in Northeast USA. We chose it partly based on the Trip Advisor reviews and also for the location....which is really convenient to the train, walking distance to most things, there was even a laundromat close by. The street where it is located is lovely and the house is beautiful, in great condition and full of charm and character. We had to change rooms in order to get three nights there and our host kindly had our luggage and things swapped over for us while we were sight seeing. Both the rooms that we stayed in were great, very spacious and comfortable. The owners are a lovely couple who were very friendly and helpful. breakfast was good too....would stay again if ever in Boston.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This charming brownstone, built in 1896, is set on a quiet, tree- lined street adjacent to Kenmore Square and the Charles River, and very near Boston University and Fenway Park. The property has been lovingly maintained as a private residence for two generations, and all original architectural details have been preserved. The home boasts modern amenities with old world Victorian charm, and its guest rooms come with: queen bed with a single foam sleep sofa (for a small child), or twin beds that can be made into a king bed with a single foam sleep sofa (for a small child), and private attached baths. There is also a single room with a private bath in the hall. All rooms have TVs, private phone lines, desks, and A/C, and are on either the 3rd or 4th floor. The B&B's popular breakfast is self-serve continental in the dining room. There is limited parking on site plus public parking lot half a block away. The green line subway is just steps from the house. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Abigayle`s Hotel Boston
- Abigayle`s b&b