Rates for Abigayle’s Bed and Breakfast (M263) Boston, MA 02215
* Important Notes and Minimum Stay Requirements:
|4A- Twins/King Room||170.00||135.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00|
|4D-Auxiliary /with another room||80.00||80.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||0.00|
Total fees are taxable at 14.45% for occupancy less than 1 month.
Queen rooms: Queen bed, private attached bath.
Single rooms: Single bed, private bath in hall, near the room.
Single Auxiliary room: Single bed, (MUST BE RENTED WITH ANOTHER ROOM.) There is no bath.
NOTE: Rates based on single or double occupancy. Additional child (8 or younger) $25/night , Infants free.
Special Events: Higher rates apply for Marathon in mid-April, graduations in mid-May and early June, Regatta and BU parents weekend in mid-October, and occasional special events.
MINIMUM STAY: In most cases, 2-night minimum (3-night minimum during select Graduation dates in May and June, Marathon in mid-April and the months of September and October. Shorter stays at short notice, add 10%.
High Season: March to mid November.
Winter Season: mid November to through February.
Reviews of Abigayle’s Bed and Breakfast (M263) Boston, MA 02215
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With the MBTA and restaurants right around the corner, the location was fantastic. Along with a comfortable bed, a variety of breakfast foods, and delightful hosts, our stay in Boston was a big hit. – from bedandbreakfast.com
We plan on staying at the same B&B each time we visit Boston and will recommend it to others. It was on a beautiful street in a nice neighborhood and was convenient to the subway. The hosts were very familiar with Boston and provided excellent guidance on what to see, where to eat, and how to get where we wanted to go. - Sam
The owners of this beautiful brownstone B&B were a very adorable couple, who were super sweet, accommodating and overly helpful. I would recommend this B&B to anyone and everyone! - Jackie
I stayed here from May 17-25, 2009 for my daughter's graduations, one from Emerson and the other's from Amherst. I used this agency to find me a nice place to stay within my budget, and I hit the jackpot! My hosts not only provided me with a clean, safe and unique place to stay, they offered me tips on what to see and helped me understand the "T". My room was quiet and beautiful, we had a few 90 degree days and it was so nice to come home to a room cooled by the air conditioner. I love history and staying in this brownstone made me feel as though I had stepped back in time with all modern day amenities. With the Kenmore "T" stop (MBTA-Greater Boston's public transportation system), right around the corner, I cannot imagine a better place for a tourist to stay. I loved every minute of my stay there and will return again. I highly recommend this Bed & Breakfast, book with confidence! – Cindy
I stayed here this past May and was just talking about it tonight at dinner. The hosts were absolutely delightful and take pride in their home and ability to delight guests. It was a fun time...very memorable. - from bedandbreakfast.com
I've been to Abigayle's twice now and will be back again next summer. And the one after that! The location is perfect - a quiet neighborhood, but within easy walking distance to Boston's terrific transit system. Clean rooms at a very good rate, a fabulous breakfast spread and always interesting and lively conversations with other guests or the hosts. Best of all: a short walk to Fenway Park. Go Red Sox! - from bedandbreakfast.com
We loved our stay and will definitely come back! It right in the heart of Boston and the hosts are amazing. We would recommend this to anyone! - from bedandbreakfast.com
Our stay earlier this year was great. The room, in fact the whole building was beautiful. The B&B was in a really good location for dining and seeing the city. Our hosts were very helpful with directions and local knowledge. Great value for money! - from bedandbreakfast.com