Private room, private bath, private entrance! Off-street parking available. Charming, recently renovated Victorian style retreat, queen sized bed, white 650 thread count cotton linens, A/C and free WIFI. Also includes your own fridge & microwave. Next to MIT, Harvard, BU, Kendall Sq, Charles River, Boston, Fenway Park, Red & Green line, Starbucks, Whole Foods & Trader Joe's. This unit is safely located on the 2nd floor. Please let us know if you have mobility issues, as the staircase is narrow.
This house was built in 1917 has high ceilings with crown molding and is close to the T, Mass Pike and Downtown Boston. You’ll love this newly renovated spacious apartment with hardwood floors, fireplace, eat-in kitchen, gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, 2 LCD TV's, WIFI, queen & trundle bed, washer&dryer. Parking is provided. This unique space is great for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and can sleep four people. Allston is very active, and is close to several universities.
“This was my second time staying at this location. It is definitely my favorite Airbnb in the Boston area. It is wonderful to have a whole floor of a house, and the off-street parking is very convenient, especially given the proximity to Kenmore Square, Storrow Drive, the Pike, and the rest of Boston. Charles is a very professional host all the way around, and the apartment itself is a great mixture of modern and cozy. Hope to visit again!”
Come discover historic Boston and Cambridge while staying in our comfy studio. Located in the heart of Cambridge, the studio is steps away from Lesley, Harvard and Harvard Law. Upon renting you will have available WIFI, room to sleep 4, a kitchen, bathroom and laundry room accessibility. New,Pull out Bob-o-pedic full-size sofa!Walking distance from Harvard and Porter square. Train and bus transportation just minutes away. Great place for solo travelers, couples, small families and even students!
“We stayed three nights and we spent most of our time at a conference nearby. We liked the location because it is residential, yet there is a coffeeshop a couple of houses down the street, and a row of good restaurants and bars just a block down, that are way cooler than the busy scene at Harvard Square.”