A 5 block, 7 minute walk to Harvard Square. View of the Charles River from the living room. Sunny 2 bedroom hypoallergenic apartment with a private room. During the week this is a shared space and on the weekends I go away, so the space would be considered "private." There is a hepa air filter and humidifier available. Lots of fun things, and places to eat in Harvard square. Ask host for the free public transportation from airport to Harvard square. Explore the area and if there are any questions I can answer them or my office manager (Charmaine) will be able to assist you throughout your stay.
There are a few doors that a guest would have to go through in order to get to the unit. The first door is the entrance from outside, the second door requires a key to open it and will be provided, the third and fourth are swinging doors in the hallway and the last one is the door to the apartment and requires a key which will be provided to guests. Your room is down the hall, last door on the right. Corner bedroom lots of light. Vitamix available. House is hypoallergenic and has a Hepa air filter and no down pillows. Beds are allergen free as well.
Guest will have access to the common areas and welcomed to use the kitchen as much or as little as they please. There is a vitamix blender for smoothies. There is a coin operated washer and dryer in the basement that is available for use. There is also on street parking across the street of the building for a duration of 2 hours Monday-Saturday. After 4PM there is no time restrictions as to how long a person parks there. There is also a visitors pass that we can provide to park on the side of the street which the building is located if it is not being used when you check in. This pass must be returned at the end of your stay.
I am available to provide you with any information you want during your stay. For the most part you will be interacting with my office manager, Charmaine, and she will be happy to assist you in anyway she can.
There is a dog park a 1.5 blocks from the unit and Darwins internet cafe and amazing breakfast and lunches at 148 Mt. Auburn 2 blocks towards the square. 7 minute walk to Harvard Square.
The Charles River with running walkway is across the street. Enjoy a run or walk around the river and across the bridges. Memorial drive the 4 lane road next to the river is closed on Sundays. So you can bring bikes or rollerblades or plan on walking in the sun and partaking in festivities.
Free T service via the silver line comes direct from airport to the red line and then transfer to Harvard Sq. A short walk to the house, Harvard Square and the T (frequent subway system) is available to bring you to a number of different spots throughout Boston. You can also use services such as Lyft, Uber or Fasten to be driven to your destination at a higher fee than the T.+ More