113 Beacon Street.
We certainly enjoyed out stay at 113 Beacon. First of all it was only about 2 blocks from "Cheers", which was the highlight of our trip (per my husband).
Across the street from the Boston Commons.
We could walk every place. No need for a car.
We will stay there again. Just make sure you call the office before 5:00 PM as we couldn't get a hold of anyone after office hours. When you check in late you are on your own. But the "apartment" was perfect of 2 couples. We had a great time. Will be back.
When Bed & Breakfast Agency sent me an email detailing their various accommodations, the included photographs looked so good that I assumed they were "dummies" - other apartments that fit the descriptions, but not the actual ones they use for their rentals.
When I opened the door to the place, I was shocked to find that it actually was that beautiful, memorable, old-school quirky abode shown in their original email to me.
To say "Bed & Breakfast (no breakfast included)" is basically to say "apartment" and that's what this was, a short term furnished apartment rental. As long as you don't have to have someone wash your sheets towels each night to have a good vacation, this is a fantastic solution.
We had 5 in-laws staying there for 4 nights (over the 4th of July) and it came out to $59 per night per person, which is incredibly cheap - cheaper even than a hostel. And with the ~18' ceilings, lovely furniture, fireplace, air conditioning, 2 bathrooms, and huge mirrored walls, it was, let's say, a step or two up from the hostel.
I enthusiastically recommend this agency. Their dealings were professional, they were easy to get on the phone, they promptly brought over 2 extra keys when we requested them, and there were no complications with reservations or payments.