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.
All our amenities are at your doorstep in this cheery room with full-sized bed and shared bath. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
Nightly Rate: $79-$119
This spacious room can be booked with a Hollywood king bed or two twins. This room has a private bathroom with a bathtub. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
Nightly Rate: $139-$179
Enjoy the stately canopy bed in this large room with a bay window overlooking the neighborhood. This room has a queen bed and shared bath. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
The twin beds in this cozy space are perfect for traveling companions or families with children. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
This third-floor room features a handsome carved queen bed and can sleep up to four people comfortably. Guests in this room will share a bathroom with one other room. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
The elegantly carved wooden bed in this spacious room can be king-sized or separated into two twin beds, depending on your needs. One of the largest and most beautiful rooms in our inn! Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
Nightly Rate: $139-$179
This warm and lovely room has intricate floral wallpaper and a hand-painted bureau for your belongings, as well as a full-sized bed. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
Sleep warmly and comfortably in a queen-sized bed in this light-filled south-facing room. This room has a private bathroom. Cable television, wireless internet access, telephone, and small refrigerator included.
Nightly Rate: $129-$169
This bright and sunny room has a delightful view of the garden and a queen bed. Guests in this room will share a bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $89-$139
3.8 on July 29, 2014
À seulement 5 minutes du métro! Déjeuner généreux! Un peu dispendieux mais sans regret!
4.0 on July 22, 2014
It is a comfortable spot with quiet surroundings. Public transportation is close by and various restaurants are right around the corner. The quality of the room and cleanliness is superb, although the AC was a bit too much. I very much recommend this place if you want a homey feel when on vacation!
3.6 on July 19, 2014
The location of the Guest House couldn't be better. It is on a quiet street close to Coolidge Corner and not far from Northeastern University where our daughter is a student. We will definitely stay here again but with a couple of caveats. Rooms with a private bath were not an option this time. Next time we will be sure to reserve enough in advance to stay in a room with its own bath. We will also be sure to ask for a room with a newer mattress. Ours was had seen better days but I asked to see rooms upstairs prior to our departure and they had beds in better condition. Breakfast was good and the weather was perfect for sitting outside and enjoying the lovely back garden space. For the money, this was a great find.
4.4 on July 08, 2014
The "bed and bagel" is known as a great place that is known for accommodating religiously observant guests. The staff there was very helpful and kind when we stayed over shabbat. This is one of the few bargains left in Boston.
3.6 on July 04, 2014
Half an hour from Harvard Square on the 66, steps from the Green Line to downtown Boston, in a nice neighbourhood (Brookline). We were very pleased with this B & B.
4.8 on July 02, 2014
Lovely room and super helpful staff! I will happily stay here again.
4.6 on July 01, 2014
The place was very nice and clean. They offered cake, cookies, fruits, variety of teas upon arrival. Great location, close to the train station and safe neighborhood. They also provided a variety of breakfast.
5 on June 24, 2014
We have stayed at the Coolidge Corner several times now, our most recent visit being a weekend in early June. This was the first time we were able to take advantage of the warm weather to have breakfast out on the deck in the lovely backyard, a wonderful bonus to our usual delightful stay here.
5 on June 09, 2014
I very much enjoyed my stay at the Coolidge Corner Guest House Bed and Bagel! The room was spacious, the breakfasts a delight, the location perfect! I stayed there while attending a professional meeting held at a wildly more expensive hotel in downtown Boston; smart move on my part even if I do say so myself! It was an easy walk to the T. The meeting hotel was a few T-stops in to town at Copley square. My son and his wife live in Brookline only a few T-stops in the opposite direction. I got a week pass for the T and made ample use of it going in both directions. There are very few negatives to mention, and none severe. The parking situation is tight. There is just a long driveway up a steep incline and all but the last car in the line is blocked. However, the owners take responsibility for swapping out the cars if you need yours and it is blocked in, and as I mentioned, public transport is nearby and very convenient. The staircase up to the second floor where my room was was indeed steep. Though I am getting older it was not a problem for me, but in a few decades it might be; mitigating this there is help available for your bags. The other guests I met at breakfast were all delightful. I wish I could have lingered more over breakfast, but after all I was supposed to be attending my meeting. I would certainly recommend the Coolidge Corner Guest House Bed and Bagel to anyone staying in the area, and I hope to stay there again myself. And yes, the bed was comfy and the bagels yummy.
4.6 on April 08, 2014
As an Orthodox Jewish traveler who wanted to stay on Friday-Saturday because it was near a synagogue, the Coolidge was a good choice. It was within walking distance to two local synagogues, allowed entrance to a room with a key rather than electronic card, and offered coffee & juice on the Sabbath morning. Accommodations were pleasant and decor was quaint. Parking was a small challenge, but do-able.
Quiet residential street 10 minutes from Boston., City
Boston, MA (BOS-Logan Intl.) 4 miles
Coming out of Boston's Logan Airport follow signs exiting the airport to towards Boston. You will look for signs indicating rt. 1A to 93 for the Sumner Tunnel to Boston. After paying a $3.00 toll you will go through the Sumner Tunnel (Try to stay in your right lane). Once you exit the tunnel, you will come to a fork. Stay to the right of the fork. You will immediately come to another fork, which you will also stay to the right of. This will take you another tunnel. Once in the tunnel, stay in your right lane and take exit #26 for Storrow Drive. (If this changes due to construction, look for signs for "Storrow Drive.") This exit will take you to an underpass that puts you on Storrow Drive. While on Storrow Drive please stay in the middle lane all the way (except when the road narrows to two lanes). As you exit the tunnel you will be on Storrow Drive. Go about 1.7 miles. You will see the sign for Kenmore Sq./Fenway. Again, even though the exit is on the left, stay in the middle lane to exit. As soon as you exit there is a fork, stay to the right. At the first set of lights you will take a right onto Beacon St. Travel on Beacon for 1.3 miles (note as you go through Kenmore Sq., Beacon street is the middle street exiting the square) to Saint Paul St. Turn left on Saint Paul. Take your third right on to Stearns rd. Your first left off of Stearns is Littell Rd. We are the fifth house on the left # 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