Meg was helpful and went the extra mile in several ways when we stayed. We rented the twin room. There was another short time renter who shared the bathroom with us and this ended up working just fine. Never saw the other renter. The two issues I had with this rental is that the cable kept cutting in and out in our room (also TV could be larger). We did not mention to Meg, but she saw it happening when watching a bit of tv with us, so she must be aware. The second issue is that the B&B is further from the city center than you may think, because we did not realize the green line is very slow, and stops every 400-800m, and the train is not terribly frequent (sometimes 10 min wait), so it can take 45 min to get to city center. The upside is you will get a seat inbound.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This comfortable B&B in Brookline near Washington Square and Beacon Street boasts fabulous hilltop views from a tastefully- decorated modern townhouse. Run with warmth and efficiency by a former local college professor, these accommodations offer three guest rooms, one with a private bath en suite, free off-street parking, and a convenient location close to lots of shops and good local restaurants and to two subway stops taking you to the Boston Public Gardens or the Freedom Trail in15 minutes. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Hilltop b&b
- Hilltop Hotel Brookline