• A One-Night Stay for Two in a Junior Suite
• Chocolate-Covered Strawberries
• Breakfast for Two
• Overnight Parking
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Five Nights
It's tough to top Boston, Massachusetts, when it comes to timeless American getaways; with its blend of palpable history and cutting-edge industry, visitors can hardly be blamed for losing track of the time. One of the country's oldest cities, historic attractions, and quaint New England charm await around every turn. At the same time, the contemporary cultural and economic sensibilities—embodied by its art scene, high-tech hospitals, and world-class colleges and universities—offer a vision of an even brighter future. Think cobblestone streets and verdant gardens; upbeat urban action and low-key leisure; past, present, and beyond.
A 127-year-old Queen-Anne Victorian in Boston's Brookline neighborhood, the Samuel Sewall Inn caters to the needs of modern travelers without sacrificing its historic elegance. And close proximity to the city's famous T subway puts you just a short ride from city center. Back in your guest room, take advantage of a warm and welcoming ambiance away from the clamor of downtown by ensconcing yourself in a plush bathrobe and curling up in front of your wood-burning fireplace—just don't forget the inn's signature chocolate-covered strawberries.
For a stroll through New England and early American history, put on your walking boots and hit the Freedom Trail, a popular walking tour of Boston's major historical attractions. Or, mosey on over to Beacon Hill or the North End, two vibrant neighborhoods perfect for peeking into shops, restaurants, and art galleries. You also can plant your feet in the Public Garden and take in the sight of Swan Boats toting tourists around the lagoon. But the most authentic local pastime may be cheering on the home team at historic Fenway Park.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON September 5, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 23, 2013
Samuel Sewall Inn
Old-Fashioned Grace in Brookline
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