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Question - can you enjoy yourselves on a houseboat in Boston when the temperature doesn't go above 10°. Answer - definitely yes, if you are staying at the Green Turtle. Jon & Karen were great, knowledgeable hosts. Easy directions to follow as you get to...More
We have family living right in Charlestown right behind the Marina. Our kiddos stayed with their grandparents and my husband and I had a 2 nights on the Green Turtle. Even in December, we found it warm and cozy. I did stay a 3rd night...More
I highly recommend the Green Turtle Floating Bed and Breakfast! It was a beautiful boat that provided many amenities. Such a fun and relatively inexpensive way to see the city and be with friends. We slept 6 comfortably on the boat! Thanks for the wonderful...More
We really loved our night at the Green Turtle, we wish we could’ve stayed longer. The hosts are so friendly and helpful and the delicious breakfast really exceeded our expectations! We stayed on the houseboat duplex. We loved to getting rocked to sleep that night...More
My husband and I recently stayed at the Green Turtle Floating Bed and Breakfast. The location is excellent! The houseboat, very cozy and charming. The hosts are welcoming and very prepared to recommend restaurants and transportation options. The breakfast was delicious.
The location was new...More
Response from gtinnkeeper | Property representative |
I think you will definitely find the Green Turtle suitable for 14 days in September 2017. We are in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard. The USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" is a short walk away as well as part... More
I think you will definitely find the Green Turtle suitable for 14 days in September 2017. We are in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard. The USS Constitution "Old Ironsides" is a short walk away as well as part of the Freedom trail. As previously mentioned the ferry is on pier 3 and we are on pier 8. There is also a free shuttle bus at the end of our street that takes you to North Station(less than a mile) which is a stop on our transportation system and brings you very close to the North End "Little Italy".
After you are out sightseeing for the day, you can enjoy your evening watching the harbor traffic while sitting on your comfy chairs on the dock! There are numerous dining choices here in the Navy Yard.
We hope to see you in September of 2017
Karen and Jon
Response from mbriere2016 | Reviewed this property |
There is parking right at the marina. The owner will meet you in the lot with a little cart for your luggage and take you to the B&B. You need a keyfob to get into the dock area. Very safe. You will get your own keyfob with... More
There is parking right at the marina. The owner will meet you in the lot with a little cart for your luggage and take you to the B&B. You need a keyfob to get into the dock area. Very safe. You will get your own keyfob with your keys so you can come and go during your stay. I believe the lot parking was $20 for 24 hours.
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"Green Turtle I (Loggerhead Suite) was excellent. Great views of the marina; zero noise from other suite."