We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
I had most enjoyable stay in Jane and Ben's house, with everything I possibly need available. Breakfast, including famous orange juice prepared by Ben early morning, was absolutely perfect and plentiful. Both hosts, Ben and Jane, are very helpful and accommodating. Many thanks to these...More
The home owners were amazing, the fresh squeezed juice each morning was a real treat. The 1863 House was everything I hoped for. This was our last mother, daughter trip before college so I wanted it to be special. Having her first B and B...More
GREAT alternative to staying in a pricey impersonal hotel room. The owners are personable, helpful, and they will go out of their way to make you feel at home. Only drawback are the number of stairs to the guest rooms (up 2-3 levels from the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 4 day stay in Boston, exploring the sights from this centrally located B&B. We enjoyed our conversations with Jane, the hostess. The accommodation, on the top floor in a well appointed and spacious bedroom with a bathroom shared with another couple...More
The 1863 House was just perfect for what my daughter and I needed. Beautiful, charming old brownstone. It was very warm and inviting; clean, roomy. The 1863 House is a great location in the south end of Boston. Very convenient walk to the Back Bay...More
Stroll down the beautiful brownstone lined streets while capturing views of Boston’s tallest buildings from a distance. Some of Boston’s best restaurants are scattered around this neighborhood. There are many gems to be found, from jazz clubs to classy bars and restaurants. It is also home to art galleries, interesting boutiques, artsy stores and SOWA open market during the summer months. The South End is a
true find in the city, with a more residential feeling than Back Bay.