About This Listing
My apartment is located in Jamaica Plain, a diverse and safe neighborhood in Boston! The apartment has a shared bathroom, available eat in kitchen and your own private bedroom with a desk and a gigantic TV in the main living space. LGBTQ friendly, no drugs, smoking, or alcohol. I do have a small dog, extremely friendly, warm and loving. The room does have AC and Wifi available. The pictures show a pull out bed, the bed is not a pull out, it is a double bed that fits two comfortably. Sorry, pictures will be updated soon to show the double bed. **NOTE**As a response from Air bnb feedback, I now live in space alone, there is no longer a roommate.
The house is conveniently located on a major street in the neighborhood. The bedroom is located in the rear of the house so the noise is less then it would be in the front.. My apartment is quiet and I am not around much. We are walking distance from the bus and train stations.
There are several grocery stores nearby (walk to Harvest Co-op and whole foods is less then a mile.-which absolutely amazing!) I am also located next to many restaurants, coffee shops, sandwich shops, bakeries and bars. Walking distance to public transportation to downtown Boston. Also close to hospitals, colleges, Universities and Fenway Park! You can also hop on to the T and be in Faneuil Hall or Chinatown in 20 minutes.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Robin was a gracious host and I enjoyed my time in her home. The room was clean and comfortable. The house is in a convenient location, on the main street in JP, with buses running right in front of the house. I enjoyed my 10 minute walk to the T Station every day through pleasant residential neighborhoods. A co-op and a fantastic bakery (with decadent vegan-friendly treats) were just steps away. Sammie was also wonderful company - a very well-behaved, friendly dog. I felt like I got a good deal for my money and would recommend it to anyone I know.
Robin was a fantastic host during our trip up to Boston for the weekend. She made sure we had everything we needed and everything exceeded our expectations.
The location itself was nice to walk around, as there were many neat coffee shops, artistic studios, and monuments/old churches to see.
Would definitely recommend for those looking for those looking for a cozy, welcoming place to stay in a cute, artsy suburb of Boston.
Robin was super hospitable and welcoming! The private room was perfect for me and my four night stay. Use of the kitchen and refrigerator space for food I bought at the farmer's market across the street was great! I loved being able to come and go as I pleased and just being in a chill space. The room is also close to a lot of cool restaurants, shops, and the T, which was super important for me. Robin's dog Sammie is as sweet as can be. I wish I could've stayed longer. Thanks Robin!
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This room is really nice, especially comparing an hostel I live in my first night in Boston - this room is quiet, comfortable, private, close to buses and the T, and the most important, almost the same price as a shared room in hostel! Ms. Robin is very kindly as well, helping me a lot on many things. Miss Sammi is very lovely and friendly, that is really interesting to have a really special pose when taking a photo:) I love this room and I'd like to recommend to my friends for their stay in Boston!
The room and the bed/bank are very good as is the bathroom. The dog is a sweety. Robin is a very nice lady and easy going. She even arranged an airco for me. I would go there again any time.
The neigbourhood is nice. Many restaurants of all kinds and the bus stopt almost in front. Downtown in 25 minutes
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About the Host, Robin
Hi there, I'm GLBTQ friendly. An avid dancer, I dance Country 2 Stepping, Line dancing, Contra and all types of Swing. I have a very very sweet dog (Sammi) that loves everyone. I'm very busy, not home much. I enjoy hosting and meeting people from all walks of life. The 5 things I can't live without are: (not in any particular order) dancing, TV, Movies, Bike, family, friends. Opps, I ran past my 5 ;-) I also have been told my many people that I have an good sense of humor, my motto in life is "Learn to bend so you don't have to break".