“Quiet haven on Newbury Street”
The Newbury Guest House is proud to be at the center of one of Boston's most historical neighborhoods. Back Bay was built on a landfill over the Charles River in the 1700's to provide housing for the gentry of the city. The inviting brown-stones that line Newbury Street offer a picture of the past, with the preservation of famous Bostonian homes. A short stroll down Newbury street leads to the Boston Common and the beginning of the Freedom Trail. This 3-mile tour of Boston's major historical attractions begins at the Boston Common and leads travelers through the Old State House, the Bunker Hill Monument, the USS Constitution and Paul Revere's House. This adventure is just one of many historical attractions close to the Newbury Guest House.
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