I'm working professional wonam, originally from Armenia, lived in this house since year 2000. It's very convenient, save location to the city center and the ocean
Dorchester is a historic neighborhood of over 6 square miles in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. The town was founded by Puritans who emigrated from Dorchester, England in 1630.
The house is Beautiful Victorian houses built on 1848.
This is not the wealthiest part of Boston, yet very convenient , affordable and save location to the city center, Cambridge, Harvard Square, MIT, ocean, South Shore
The house is big and spacious on three floors and attached Townhouse behind the main house. There are 4 bedrooms and 1,5 bathrooms.
Room C: Big space in the attic on the third floor, with AC, queen size bed, sleep futon and shared bathroom. on the second floor
Location to public transportation: 4 min to walk to the T- red line Fields Corner stop. Red line is the most convenient line in Boston which connects you to any directions you need to go. The South Station is the 5th stop from the house and next one is Downtown Crossing stop, continues to MIT, Harvard on the same line direct.
You can end your day in the ocean for sunbath, swim or nice walk in Castle Island (Historical site). JFK Library and Museum, UMASS Boston are in Dorchester two stops from the house.
Interior: beautiful hardwood floors, warm and colorful walls. Kitchen has dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffee maker
Most rooms have queen size bed, and the attic room has one queen size bed and sleep futon.
Wireless internet access, cable TV
Parking: unlimited (privilege for the area).
From Logan airport: you can have a free ride by taking the Silver line and changing to T-red line Ashmont train, outbound to the Fields corner. Taxi will cost $35+tip
From the South Station: T-red line Ashmont train, outbound to Fields corner it may be $15-20,
Safety: It is save to walk from T station to the house even late nights.
In front of the house is a Vietnamese Buddhist center and the back of the house is the of the branch of Boston police station. It is very safe between two of them :)
~ The highway (93) and the Mass Pike (90) are a short drive away.
You will have clean bed sheets, Towels, Hair dryer, Iron & Ironing Board, Maps
The library, shopping and eating places just around the corner (Blarney Stone is a nice place to eat on the corner).
About a 5-10 min quick drive gets you to South Bay shopping center, where there is a supermarket, large Asian grocery store, 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.
Room B- has queen size bed, ceiling fan, closet (single matrass can be provided if needed for extra person
Dinning room, living room, kitchen, balcony, patio. You can also rent my car (almost new, Honda Insight/hybrid) aks me about it
Interaction with Guests
email, phone, in person
Restaurants, shopes, around the corner and open late. T-red line being 4 min walking distance, ocean being close, old Victorian houses, free unlimmited parking
Other Things to Note
From the airport: Free ride with Silver line to South Station and change to T-red line, get out Field’s corner stop. You don’t pay to Silver line and the change inside to T-red line outbound is free.
By taxi: from South Station around $15-20, from the airport around $35 +tip (In Boston you always tip between 10-20%)
If you need to bring your bags before check-in time, please let me know so we try to arrange it.
Please be cautious when you come home late or wake up early, do not disturb the other guests.
Hermina was easy to work with and help our company's interns with her place to stay. Location is great, right near the city. If you don't have to stay in the city, I recommend giving Hermina's place a try.
Hermina was an excellent host. While she was not there to let us in, the check in process was very smooth and easy. She provided easy and clear instructions to get to and into the property. The room was fantastic and catered to all our needs.
She was an attentive host and was kind enough to check in on us during our stay, via email.
The stay at this place was fun. It is in a real Boston neighborhood with the police station literally in the back yard. It was a well maintained room and Hermina was kind, welcoming and ready with suggestions where to eat. I got a chance to peek at the attic room everyone was talking about and I did not see the issues everyone was complaining of. Yes the ceiling was not high but there was alot of room up there. I hope she starts renting it out again and just warns people about the layout. If I had a large group I would love to use that room. We do not have alot of attic rooms in Texas and it would be a novelty to stay in one.
The house is very close to red T. My room has plenty of spaces. Hermina has prepared a lot of things that her guests needs. Overall the house is very clean.
Room C was a good stay! My sister and I were not at the house very often but it was perfect for what we needed. It was clean, very quaint, and close to the train station. My only critique is that the stairs to the room were a bit steep and the ceilings a bit low (the are sloped because its an attic room), which can get annoying if you are planning to stay for a long time.
Hermina was a great host with us! Her house is perfect for a night in Boston, very close of the downtown by the subway. She was always available when we need, thank you so much!
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Originally from Armenia, I live in Boston last 15 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. I love traveling and the experience of meeting locals and one way of doing it, is where do you stay.
I share what I know about Boston with pleasure and sometimes I learn from travelers what they discovered in Boston.