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It’s a great residential neighborhood location. Next to everything you need- without being too close to city chaos. It’s super safe- I went for an evening run for example. There is an awesome neighborhood bar called O’Learys. Make sure to bring good ear plugs/white noise machine for sleeping because ...
quiet neighborhood. Easy access to the T. good price within city limits
Quite, friendly, great location, convenient. You have all you need in the place and around it.
The room was quiet and comfortable. Check-in was easy. It is close to Longwood Medical Area.
This place is awesome! Careful renovation with attention to detail. Nice library and breakfast area. Snacks left out at all times. Chocolates on your pillow and a printed weather report. Unreal at this price in metro Boston. Easy walk to Public transportation.
The inn was charming! Excellent location, friendly and helpful staff, delicious food and a very comfortable room.
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After you have checked out the hotel's grounds, you can visit the museums and well-known landmarks to take in more of the region's culture. If you love history, then you have come to the right place. Brookline has 4 historical sites and landmarks nearby. After checking out places like John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, Frederick Law Olmsted House National Historic Site, and Brookline Resevoir of the Cochituate Aqueduct you'll be able to pen your own guide on Brookline. Oh, and don't forget to squeeze in a visit to George R. Minot House. Looking for more things to do in Brookline? You can read what fellow visitors found worth checking out in Expedia's review section. You'll find 1733 suggestions in our comment section on great places to eat, more sights to see, and what they loved most about their visit.
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