Near Harvard Business School (5 min), Harvard Yard (20 min), and Harvard metro station (20 min). Bus 64 goes to MIT. $109 per night, single or double occupancy. One guestroom has a double bed, and the other guestroom has two single beds. Complimentary breakfast, use of a computer, Internet access, off-street parking. For reservations, please email or call (8 am to 10 pm Eastern time). We enjoy meeting people and hope to serve as your hosts.
4.6 on September 28, 2016
OMG, Yun & Alan are GREAT! They run a very nice place that I looked forward to spending time at after a day of sight seeing. I will not stay anywhere else from now on. It;s like a home away from home with family. Thank you for the great visit, stories and your company!
5 on September 17, 2016
My wife and I can only say thank you for such a remarkable days we spent at this place.
5 on July 13, 2016
The Best B&B, A Home Away from Home My 11-yr old son and I stayed at Yun's Place in in later June for two weeks. Yun and Alan were extremely welcoming and nice to us. and help us to get around Boston. They offered their bicycles to us which made our life there so easy and pleasant. Because my son went to a summer camp daily and there's no public transportation directly to the camp site. The 20-25 min round-trip bike-riding solved the issue. The room and bathroom were very clean, and the bed was comfy. The breakfast consisted of whatever you like (cereals, bread, croissant, oatmeal, muffins) and Yun always had some cold water bottles for us everyday. Yun is very nice and always there to help. She took care my boy with love like his own grandma. They were very charming hosts. I also found the location to be ideal. A 20-25 min walking distance to Harvard, Boston University. I also felt that it was a very safe neighborhood. Yun's Place is the best place we could have stayed at. It's such a lovely and warm place. The owners, Alan and Yun, are great people. They were always so hospitable and considerate with us. By the end of our stay, We really didn't want to leave. It was so sad to say goodbye to Yun. She became such a dear friend to us. Yun's Place is truly a home away from home.
4.6 on June 21, 2016
We enjoyed our five night stay with Alan and Yun. They were gracious hosts and the accommodations were lovely. Everything was spotless. Yun played her Chinese lute for us which was of interest, since my husband is a luthier. Alan and I talked about the development of Chinese characters which was fascinating for me, a calligrapher. I am so glad we happened on their website and stayed with them.
4.2 on June 19, 2016
Our warm and thoughtful host made our time in Boston very comfortable and relaxing with good recommendations of things to do and places to eat, It was like a home away from home. The breakfasts were generous too.
5 on May 31, 2016
It's a very convenient place. Walking distance to Route 66, and just beside Harvard University. Room is very clean and quiet. Alan is a gentle man! It is a best choice to stay there.
4.4 on May 25, 2016
We recently stayed for four nights at Yun's Place and we had a wonderful time. The room is cosy and very clean. The location is very convenient, just beside Harvard Business School. The nearest subway station is about 20 minute walk, you may take bus 66 to get there. However, we choose to get there on foot several times, as it was really a pleasant experience walking through Harvard campus and Harvard Square. Alan was very nice and helpful, made sure our stay there very comfortable.
4.6 on September 30, 2015
We had a very nice stay at Yun's this week. Accommodations were clean and the room was large. It is a pretty long walk to the T, but the walk is pretty. Just plan on staying out all day. Alan was very nice and made sure we had what we needed.
4.6 on September 02, 2015
A very familiar managed b&b - I can recommend it absolutely
5 on August 29, 2015
I stayed at Yun's Place in late August. Yun and Alan were extremely welcoming and nice to me, and help me to get around Boston. The room were impeccable, and the bed was extremely comfortable. The breakfast consisted of whatever you like (cereals, bread, croissant, oatmeal, muffins) and Yun always had some cold water bottles for me at the end of the day. They were very charming hosts. I also found the location to be ideal. A 20-25 min walking distance to Boston University along the river or through downtown, and a 10-15 min walk to Harvard square. I also felt that it was a very safe neighbourhood. I would definitely come back if I had the chance!
Our double room has a queen-size bed, ideal for a couple. There is WiFi Internet access, and we can provide a small table for you to work on. The bay window looks out on a neighborhood that has changed little since 1900.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $109
This room, with its two single beds, comfortably accommodates two people. There is WiFi Internet access. This room looks out on Windom Street.
Nightly Rate: $109 - $109
easy access to Freedom Trail (via the metro), easy access to downtown Boston (via the metro), close to Harvard Business School (5 min on foot), close to Harvard Yard (20 min), close to Harvard metro station (20 min)
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 7 miles
BY CAR: (1) Take I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) to Brighton/Cambridge. (2) Take the ramp to Allston/Brighton. (3) Continue on Cambridge Street (go 0.2 mi). (4) Turn right at Windom Street (first traffic light) (go 0.1 mi). (5) Turn right at Hopedale Street. (6) We are at the northeast corner of Windom and Hopedale streets.
Historical interests, Museum, Harvard Business School (5 min on foot), Harvard University (20 min on foot), downtown Boston (via subway), Freedom Trail (via subway), MIT (via bus 64), Harvard Museums, Museum of Fine Arts, Gardner
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Computer, Telephone, Washer/dryer , local phone service, free off-street parking, 1 queen-size bed or 2 single beds
Alarm clock, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Boating
Yun and Alan Thwaits
Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Japanese
Yun is a banker and plays the Chinese lute (pipa). Alan is a translator and editor. Both Yun and Alan enjoy meeting and talking to people.
cereal, muffins, croissants, milk, o.j., coffee