The Gilded Lily
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gilded Lily Boston
This is a great B and B right in the heart of Boston. You can walk everywhere or catch the subway if you need to go further out. We stayed in the Parlor Room which shared a kitchen and had its own bathroom. Very comfy and James was very accommodating making sure he explained where the high spots were and taking us through a map of the local area.
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