Beech Tree Inn- Brookline

Address: 83 Longwood Ave., Brookline, Massachusetts, 02446, United States | B&B
 
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Beech Tree Inn- Brookline

      One of the best things in my life

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      I fondly remember my stay at the Beech Tree Inn.

      It was one of the best experiences in my life.

      When I arrived there, I was lonely, exhausted and full of stress, but the inn-keeper, Michel, took care of me sincerely, and Sophie, their dog, walked me to the park next morning. How could I keep my mood low?

      I stayed at the room no 5. It was very comfortable and convenient because it was clean and elegant, and mostly a step from the fabulous kitchen where sweets and snacks always awaited me on the table!

      I may return to Boston again just to stay at the Beech Tree Inn. (Not so distant future, I wish!)

      Loved the warmth of the innkeeper, Michelle

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      What a great place. The innkeeper, Michelle, makes one feel at home adding lovely touches throughout. The inn has a great location and the rooms are charming. I stayed in room 1 which was very airy and I found the rocking chair in the room to be a delight. The breakfast is fine and there is great fresh cut fruit for breakfast . In summary, I found the inn very affordable as I can not recommend this place enough!

      B&B- The Beech Tree and the Bosox

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      The Beech Tree Inn in Brookline is a wonderful spot to enjoy all the comforts of home and the special atmosphere of a quaint "town" on the city's outskirts. Greeted by enthusiastic and smiling innkeepers, we knew our stay was going to be special. In town to see the Red Sox at the Fens for the first time, we were already excited. This inn only heightened our already euphoric state. We were treated to homemade snacks and fresh,hot coffee throughout the day and night. Fresh fruit, breads, muffins and a mix of other "healthy goodies" greeted us each morning. A shaded patio on the inn's beautifully manicured grounds enabled us to escape, with a cup of coffee before breakfast, and enjoy the quietness of early morning. The inn was immaculate and well preserved, from the kitchen to the third floor, and the rooms are designed to fit your needs.

      Michelle and Tina, the innkeepers, were friendly, knowlegeable about the goings-on in the area and the directions to any parts of the city and other towns in the vicinity. They even had tokens for the T! Did you ever want to hug the innkeepers after a stay? We never did, until we stayed at The BeechTree. We plan on returning for another...hug.

      Really Enjoyed The Beech Tree Inn - Brookline, MA

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      My son and I stayed at The Beech Tree Inn while he was in Brookline for an interview. This was for both of us our first trip to Boston and we drove from Ohio. The manager of the Inn was absolutely wonderful in helping me make arrangements prior to leaving. She explained everything and confirmed via email.

      Upon arrival we found the location perfect, the room was terrific and all the information you might need readily available. My son and I shared a room with 2 double-beds and the bathroom was in the room ( we did not need to use the common bath ). The room rates vary but are very reasonable for that location.

      Breakfast was very nice and all the guests friendly. We never needed the car since we could walk to great restaurants and even downtown Boston. The staff was very helpful if we had questions.

      I would recommend The Beech Tree Inn.

      A friendly place to stay in Boston

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      I have stayed at The Beech Tree Inn recently in ocassion of my niece wedding last 28th may. Is a perfect place tu stay!!!!!!!!!! Michell is so friendly!!!!!!!!!!. I want to return to Boston and enjoy in this pretty hotel. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      A place for the family

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      The Beach Tree Inn surpassed our high expectations. My daughter graduated from Boston College and we rented 6 of the approximately 11 rooms from this B & B for the three day affair. We loved the home atmosphere, the fresh muffins and coffee in the morning, and the uniquely decorated rooms. The innkeepers were friendly, helpful, and went out of their way to make us feel at home. Staying at this B & B added a special touch to the family celebration. We will definitely be returning for another family occasion.

      We loved this B & B!

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      I took my daughter to Boston to visit colleges. We found the Beech Tree Inn on the internet and decided it looked cute and old and intimate. We were so right! Unlike the hotels and larger bed and breakfast establishments that we saw while we were in Boston, this three story Victorian house was quiet and homey with a friendly innkeeper named Michelle who was incredibly helpful. She taught us how to use the T (public transportation in this city is wonderful: cheap, clean, and safe). We took a cab from the airport to the Beech Tree and paid $45; on Michelle's advice we took the T to the airport when we left. Total cost for two: $2.50. Michelle was also a great baker who was always whipping up banana bread or cookies or some other treat. We ate breakfast and snacks at the inn, so we only had to buy dinner, which was readily available at numerous restaurants of every conceivable ethnicity, located only two blocks away. We highly recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone visiting the Boston area.

      Practically perfect in every way.

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      As Mary Poppins would say, the Beech Tree Inn is practically perfect in every way. The staff are very friendly, the rooms even more comfortable than your home, the location is perfect for visiting the schools and Boston.

      I highly recommend staying here if you have the opporunity.

      What a stress reliever.

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      I spent a great 4 days at the beech tree inn. even though my interview schedule kept me busy, and most of my waking hours at the inn were between 11 pm and 1 am, i felt at home and slept very well. the best feature was great wireless signal in every room! I got much work done in a comfortable setting. breakfast was always yummy and allowed me to face each day with calmness and strength. If I hadn't decided to move to Boston I would stay at this inn every time I visited. Since I will probably move to the brookline area, at least i can have my parents stay here when they visit me in the future!

      A home away from home

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      To my great delight, The Beech Tree Inn surpassed all my expectations. Its ambiance is warm, the staff very competent and friendly and the guests (from all over the world..Korea, Thailand, etc.) are high-level, facilitating stimulating and informative conversation at breakfast, - which is also quite good. As a native of the area who returned for a short stay, I recommend this charming inn and will definitely return there. For my wife and me, it was a home away from home.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Beech Tree Inn- Brookline

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      ... Rode the subways up and down. LJ
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      9 comments, 3 photos

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