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The Cottage has received seventeen five star reviews so far.
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Boston's North End Enchanted Cottage Boston, MA. 02113
The Enchanted Cottage is right off the Freedom Trail and right around the corner from the Old North church, within walking distance to everything that you came to Boston to experience.
This cottage is not just a rental but a family home that has been part of my family for over 40 years. It is unique in that it is a single family home and not an apartment, it also has an outside patio and does not require you to climb two or three flights of stairs.
Luxurious, charming, unique, and perfect.
From the cast iron spiral staircase that takes you up to the cozy bedroom loft, to The living room adorned with old world rough pine paneling and a brick fireplace.
Located in the heart of Boston's historic North End, this single cottage, flooded with natural light from the skylights, was originally used as a sculptor's studio in the early 1960's.
For the past 95 years this property has been one of the most charming residences in the North End.
Picture yourself in your own home for your stay, no more steep flights of stairs to climb, no noisy neighbors below, above or beside you.
And best of all, the beautiful and cozy outdoor patio where you can enjoy your morning coffee or in the evening sipping a glass of wine.
Sue and I are just a phone call away,
other than stopping by to welcome you and answering any questions you may have. You are on your own, enjoy yourselves.
The spiral staircase is not suitable for toddlers .
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
I spent the early part of my youth living in the North End. My family owned a home just up the street from the Cottage on Hull St.
I attended Saint Anthony's, Saint Mary's and Christopher Columbus High School all located in the North End. We attended
Sunday mass at either Saint Leonard's or Saint Mary's churches, My mother loved the children's Choirs at these churches and we would split our time between them.
My family moved to the South Shore in the late sixties due to my fathers job change.
I have always loved the North End and returned there to visit my Aunts and walk the neighborhood streets every chance I could.