Our beautiful Victorian home, located just 10 minutes from downtown Boston, is a fresh and affordable alternative to typical hotels and budget motels. We’re steps away from the MBTA subway and many of the city’s best boutiques, cafés and restaurants — a perfect spot for your family vacation, business trip, or romantic getaway. Indulge in a peaceful night’s sleep, then wake up to warm bagels and fragrant coffee. Our charming accommodations include many convenient amenities such as cable television, wireless high-speed Internet access, central air conditioning, individual voicemail, private bathrooms, laundry facilities, a kitchenette, onsite parking, and our lovely private garden.
4.4 on February 23, 2015
3 very good nights in a charming house, with a friendly service. I recommend it to anybody who wants sympathetic and familial enviroment to stay in. Anne
3.8 on February 19, 2015
Quiet neighborhood. Friendly and welcoming staff. Very unique and charming interior. I stayed in a room with a shared bathroom and never had a problem. Typical things you expect from an older house: creaky floors, thinner walls, etc. I would definitely recommend Coolidge Corner Guest house and would stay here again.
4.6 on February 15, 2015
I had a work commitment nearby, so needed a place to stay within walking distance. The Guest House was charming, with a comfortable room, plenty of hot water, hot drinks and fruit available all hours, and a lovely sitting room. The staff understood Shabbat observance and went beyond the call of duty to make my stay delightful--even getting my car out of an icy snow-covered driveway! I'll definitely be back.
5 on February 03, 2015
What a great find! I;m in town to see my nephew play volleyball (at Wentworth) and to attend synagogue services (at KI). Coolidge Corner Guest House is not only convenient to both; it's also reasonable and very comfortable. You'll be seeing more of me, and I'll share your info with other relatives of players!
5 on February 03, 2015
A quaint Victorian house in a perfect location - very quiet, yet mere blocks from lively Coolidge Corner with many good restaurants, minutes from T and bus stops. Warm, welcoming staff at breakfast. I've stayed here several times and plan to return.
4.8 on February 03, 2015
Compared to the other B&Bs in the area, this place was a bargain! The breakfast was continental, but there was a variety of food and cookies, cake, and fruit left out all day for snacks. The rooms were nice, clean and comfortable. The staff was very helpful and gave us breakfast early one day since we had a early appointment that day. We will definitely stay here again when visiting Boston!
5 on January 15, 2015
A friend and I stayed here for 4 days and throughly enjoyed our stay. Not only was the place very beautiful, clean and comfortable but the service was outstanding. Everyone was very warm and welcoming. Breakfast was great!
4.8 on January 07, 2015
Chosen for proximity to Allston apartment of son and daughter-in-law where we were able to walk. Loved being in a neighborhood. We were able to Uber at night to get "home". Very ample breakfast spread and very nice to be able to commune with other guests. Very quiet establishment too. Will come again.
4.4 on December 26, 2014
The Coolidge Corner was a perfect location and inn for my last trip (and future trips) out to the Boston area to visit my daughter living outside of the city off the green line. The inn was clean and easily accessible and the staff was friendly and helpful. Jim especially offered pleasant morning conversations and advice on local sight-seeing to occupy myself during my daughter's final exams. As with many of these older homes, the noise from the adjoining room did carry a bit, but I'm not a particularly light sleeper, so it wasn't a problem for me. I'll definitely be back!
5 on December 17, 2014
Excellent place to stay in the heart of Brookline. Convenient and super staff.
You'll be enchanted by the comfort of the full size bed in this bright and airy second-floor room. Guests in this room will share a bathroom.
This spacious room boasts the luxury of a “Hollywood” king-sized bed. This room can also feature two twin beds. This room has a private bathroom.
Watch the quiet streetscape from the bay window in this warmly-decorated second-floor room with a queen-sized canopy bed. Guests in this room will share a bathroom.
The twin beds in this cozy space are perfect for traveling companions or families with children. Guests in this room will share a bathroom with one other room.
This warm and lovely room has intricate floral wallpaper and a hand-painted bureau for your belongings, as well as a full-sized bed. This room has a private bathroom.
Enjoy the view from above in this light-filled third floor room with a handsome carved queen bed. Guests in this room will share a bathroom with one other room. Parties of four may contact the innkeepers directly regarding booking The Captain's Room.
Sleep warmly and comfortably in a queen-sized bed in this light-filled south-facing room. This room has a private bathroom.
The elegantly carved wooden bed in this spacious room can be king-sized or separated into two twin beds, depending on your needs. This room has a private bathroom.
This bright and sunny room has a delightful view of the garden and a queen sized bed. Guests in this room will share a bathroom.
The rustling leaves will lull you to sleep in this bright, cozy room with a hand-painted full-sized bed. This room has a private bathroom.
Quiet residential street 10 minutes from Boston., City
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 4 miles
Directions from West of Boston: Follow the Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 90 East. After you go through the tolls just outside of Boston, you continue on 90 east to exit 18 (Exit on Left). As you go through the tollbooths stay to your left following the signs for Brighton/Allston. This will put you onto Cambridge Street. Drive over two hills. At the bottom of the second hill at the lights (this is app. 1.2 miles from toll booth) turn left onto Harvard Avenue. Follow Harvard approximately 1.3 miles to Alton Place. Along the way you will go through three major intersections, the second two will have trolley tracks. The last of the three is Beacon St. (this is Coolidge Corner). After you cross Beacon Street continue straight on Harvard Street; take your third left onto Alton Place. Take your first left onto Littell Road. The Coolidge Corner Guest House is the fourth house on the right, # 17-19.
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Zoo
Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Radio, Washer/dryer , Coffee and Tea available in onsite kitchenette., Private Garden.
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Billiards, Boating, Canoeing, Golfing, Kayaking, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Shawn & Jessica LaCount
The Coolidge Corner Guest House was founded in 1995 by Cheryl and Hyman Deletetsky, who carefully preserved this 100-year-old historic home and searched for the antique furniture and Victorian decorations that give each room its unique appeal. It is currently owned and operated by their children, Shawn LaCount, his wife Jessica, and sister Terri Deletetsky.
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Kosher
Boston's Best Bagels and Grandma's Banana Bread