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Bunker Hill Bed & Breakfast is a Victorian-style bed and breakfast built in 1885 within the heart of historic Boston. All guest rooms feature VCRs, TVs, telephones, hair dryers, central air conditioning, and antiques. Breafasts are made to order, and snacks and beverages are available at not cost. There is a jacuzzi, library collection, and laundry facilities. A fax machine and computer with Internet access are available. Pets and children are always welcome. The Bunker Hill Monument, Fenway Park, and Charlestown Navy Yard are nearby.

Location: 80 Elm Street, Charlestown Massachusetts 02129 Telephone 617-241-8067 Fax 617-886-9367

Other Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns nearby:
(Scituate) Allen House
(Woodstock) Bed & Breakfast at Taylor's Corner
(Sturbridge) Bethany Bed and Breakfast
(Beverly) Beverly Farms Bed and Breakfast
(Marblehead) Bishops Bed & Breakfast
(Provincetown) Brass Key Guest House

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