Founded in 1630, Boston is the largest of New England’s cities and is famous for its rich history, which is on show throughout the city. Visitors can trace its role in the American Revolution by following the marked Freedom Trail, which stops at historically important sites such as the Old South Meeting House and the Benjamin Franklin Statue. Staying in a Boston bed & breakfast provides you with the perfect base for your stay in the city.
Boston’s Back Bay is home to some of the cities best shops, bars and restaurants – which makes it a great place for Boston bed & breakfast sites. The Oasis Guest House and the College Club of Boston both offer free Wi-Fi and breakfasts, and are within an easy walking distance of the subway. Here you’ll also find some of the city’s main attractions, including Boston Common and Copley Place.
Boston’s South End neighborhood is home to rows of Victorian houses, comprising many beautiful bed & breakfast options. The area has a wealth of cafés and restaurants, as well as 11 parks. The South End is also a great base from which to explore the city’s sights, including Boston Common, the New England Aquarium, and the Museum of Fine Arts.