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Mary Van This Old House
Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast is a beautiful place for travelers in a Boston wheelchair van rental to stay when visiting Boston. Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast was the featured project on This Old House. This charming Bed and Breakfast was originally built in 1909, but was renovated on the program This Old House, and lasted through all twenty-six episodes of the season. Visitors in a Boston wheelchair van rental are sure to enjoy the beautiful rooms the Bed and Breakfast offers, as it remains to be one of Boston's most beautiful and historical homes. Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast is located only minutes away from the many popular sites in Lexington, including historic museums and parks. Guests in a Boston wheelchair van rental will enjoy the quiet and peacefulness of the Inn, yet still be in close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Boston.
Featured on This Old House
Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast was features on all twenty six episodes of This Old House where is was fully renovated and addition was made. Throughout the project, a new master bedroom and bathroom, kitchen, family room, basement, and garage was designed and constructed. As well, Dr. Bose installed an audio system and two outdoor decks. One deck is constructed out of wood and is featured right off the kitchen, while the other is made of granite and also features a goldfish pond.
Guests in a Boston wheelchair van rental are allowed to bring their pets along for the vacation, as well as free parking, a complimentary continental breakfast, alarm clock, desk, hairdryer, ironing board, King or Queen sized bed, television, data port, microwave, washer and dryer, air conditioning, lounge and bar and much more. Visitors in a Boston wheelchair van rental will also enjoy the picnic area, live performances, antique furniture as well as a music room.
Accommodations at Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast
Guests in a Boston wheelchair van rental may decide on the Twin bedroom, which offers two twin beds, air conditioning, cable TV, as well as a full bath with a shower and bathtub. The twin bedroom is $85 per night with breakfast, or $75 without. The double bedroom features a double bed, conditioning, cable TV, and a full bath with shower and bathtub. The double bedroom is $85 with breakfast, or $75 without. The Master Bedroom features one queen and one single bed, air conditioning, cable TV, a full bath with shower and a whirlpool bathtub. The master bedroom is $95 with breakfast or $85 without. Whichever rooms guests in a Boston wheelchair van rental may choose, they are sure to have a relaxing and comfortable stay at Mary Van's My Old House Bed and Breakfast.
There are numerous activities that guests in a Boston wheelchair van rental will thoroughly enjoy, including parks, art galleries, aquarium, shopping district, museums, historical sites, a zoo and safari, specialty boutiques, concerts, movie cinema, restaurants and antique shops. Visitors in a Boston wheelchair van rental are going to have a hard time deciding which activity they would like to embark in.
Traveling to Mary Van's My Old House B&B
Once travelers in a Boston wheelchair van rental pick up their vehicle from Verc Rentals, they should start going south on Main Street toward Winter Street, then merge onto RT-3 toward Boston, then keep left to take US-1 S via EXIT 20A. Next, merge onto I-95 , then onto RT-2, then take the Pleasant Street Exit 55 toward Waltham. Next, take the ramp toward Lexington, turn left onto Pleasant Street, then stay straight onto Pleasant Street. Turn left onto Mass Ave, and then left onto Plainfield Street. Mary Van's My Old House B&B is located on the left side, if you reach Tower Road you have gone too far.
For more information, call (781)-861-7057.
Mary Van This Old House
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