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Built in 1886, as a private residence, The Samuel Sewall Inn boasts beautiful Victorian accommodations, in a restored Queen-Anne home, with luxurious amenities, friendly service, and modern conveniences. Located just one block away from public transportation, the Inn is convenient for business and leisure travel. Your stay in Brookline offers restaurants, sh...
Overall Rating - Excellent - 150 reviews
It was cozy and charming. Location was great.
Bathroom a little tiny but nice and clean.We would come back and stay again!
The 'homey' familiar feel, breakfast, weather and breakfast updates that came from the turn-down service, and the friendliness of the staff. Pretty well everything..This hotel felt so homey, and it was very quiet, both qualities completely unlike what I experienced at the Sheraton where I had stayed earlier in the trip. I loved how helpful the staff was with all sorts of questions. Breakfast was delicious and had lots of variety, especially on different days, and even though the breakfast area was small, there were never enough people to make it crowded. A block away from the T-line was right, and we were able to walk to Fenway Park for a game and to the Museum of Fine Arts as well. The area is near BU, and it was very quiet college-type neighborhood. If you're looking for a quiet, unique experience without the generic hotel feel, try out this location. I'll go back if I'm ever in Boston again!