Cherrywood on Beacon Hill
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Walk to restaurants, parks, and Boston's most famous historic sites from this one-bedroom Beacon Hill condo, where you'll enjoy a beautifully appointed interior, a wood-burning fireplace, and a location in one of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city.
This single-level condo sits in the heart of Beacon Hill, less than a quarter-mile west of the Massachusetts State House. Go for morning runs on the scenic Charles River Esplanade half a mile west, bring lunchtime picnics to the greens of Boston Common half a mile south, and spend your days strolling the Freedom Trail to the Paul Revere House and Old North Church one mile east.
Make yourself at home in the living space, where you'll find hardwood floors, touches of exposed brick, and a portable air conditioner for warm summer days. Log onto the free WiFi to post a few photos of your trip, choose a book or a board game to enjoy on the leather sofa, and open a bottle of wine to sip by the wood-burning fireplace.
Whip up scrambled eggs, pancakes, and Keurig coffee in the full kitchen each morning, and leave the plates for the dishwasher as you head out the door. Bring the two provided beach chairs down to the Charles River, take in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park two miles west, and return home for an evening of Netflix and Blu-ray favorites on the flatscreen cable TV.
Experience the historic charm of Boston in its most walkable neighborhood - begin planning your Beacon Hill vacation today!
Parking Notes: There is no parking in the neighborhood for guests. We refer people to the Boston Common garage if they need to have a car. However, the parking permit law is not enforced heavily during the day, so for loading and unloading luggage, we suggest guests park nearby for a short time for that purpose. There are many paid parking lots in the area.
Boston is a walking-friendly city with very good public transportation. Many attractions are less than 15 minutes on foot from the condo, and the Red and Green lines are a 5-10-minute walk. So you have the option to leave your car at home. Virtually all on-street parking on Beacon Hill requires a resident permit. There are a few spaces reserved for visitors, but it is nearly impossible to find an empty visitor space. And between 8 AM and 6 PM, there is a two-hour limit.