About this listing
Very convenient, safe place. T-red line 4 min to walk, everything you need is around the corner (shopping, restaurants, pub, cafe'
Room H: It is on back of the house, has separate entrance, big, sunny room a few steps down, on the lower level of the townhouse, shared bathroom. There is a portable AC for hot summer days. The entrance is from the patio on the very back of the house. Can accommodate 3-4 people. There is a queen size bed and open sleep Ikea futon.
Wireless internet access, cable TV, fridge, French press for coffee, electric teapot, microwave. Towels, shampoo, conditioner provided
Parking: on street, free, unlimited (privilege for Boston).
Safety: It is safe to walk from T station to the house even late nights. The street is bright at nights and there are businesses open late night, eating places open late
The library, shopping and eating places just around the corner (Blarney Stone is a nice place to eat on the corner). Good Vietnamese restaurant to the right from the house (3 min to walk). A new cafe' "Homestead" and "Chill on Park"good places for breakfast.
About a 5-10 min quick drive gets you to South Bay shopping center, where there is a supermarket, Target, Home Depot, Marshall's, Office Max, Best Buy and Old Navy. There are also neighborhood shops on the plaza if you need something and a grocery store the very last one on the plaza.
From T-Andrew Station shuttle bus takes you to South Bay shopping mall area.
Coin operated laundry; 4 coins for washing, 5 for drying, detergent provided
No cleaning fee, please change the bed sheets and take the trash out before you leave (I really appreciate this help)
Interaction with guests
e-mail, phone, text, (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN), Viber, in person when I'm at home,
Check in 4pm -2am and check out 10am. (if you need to drop off your bags before of leave after hours let me know to arrange it for you)
After reservation please provide your arrival and departure time for logistics
Other things to note
Two houses attached, very convenient, safe and affordable place, close location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore
Restaurants, shops, are around the corner and open late. The ocean is at the end of the street and Castle Island 7 min to drive. JFK library and museum, UMASS Boston is 2 stops by T-red line than free shuttle bus ride
Free, unlimited on street parking. Dorchester is a historical neighbourhood with historical houses . Airbnb helps to discover Boston neighborhoods where you would not be otherwise as a tourist.
Check-in starts from 3:00 pm, and checkout 11:00 am.(if you are going to be late please text me) For your convenience even before the room is ready you may bring bags in before check in time or leave it after check out to pick up later. Let me know to arrange it. After reservation please send me your arrival and departure time for logistics
Help yourself coffee or tea anytime
NO shoes to the second floor
Keep the volume low before 8am and after 10pm
Close the doors gently
No shower after 11:30pm
No laundry after before 9am and after 8pm
Keep the kitchen in a decent condition after your use
Close the shower curtain properly, no water or hair around after you please.
On the sink there is a towel you can use it to dry
Turn off the light when you leave the room/house
Take the trash out from the room "BLUE BOX" recycling
I appreciate your being a good guest and wish you a pleasant stay
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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Originally from Armenia, I live in Boston for many years. My house is one of many beautiful Victorian houses in oldest neighborhoods in Boston (Dorchester). The house is beautiful, big, clean and colors are my addition to its charm. I love colors you can see it in the pictures.
I love the idea of B&B and now I have chance to host people from the world in my own house. Traveling is part of my life and staying with family opens chance to meet local people.
I share what I know about Boston with pleasure and sometimes I learn from travelers what they discovered in Boston.