A note on Corona Virus: We are committed to a CLEAN, safe home. Our cleaning staff uses disinfectant after all guests! Your LARGE room is peaceful and comfy, and there is ample space to spread out and make our place yours. - We accommodate early AND late flights - 5 min walk to Revere Beach Train (The Blue Line) - 5-7 min drive to Airport - 3 parking spots - 5 min walk to beach - Electronic locks - no keys - Your own TV! - Air Conditioner (from May-Sept)
“worth the value. it's 5 minutes away from the store (target) which is always a plus in emergency situation. Host are very fast to respond and are clear in their communication. overall, i'd recommend to anyone to not hesitate to book: comfortable bed, clean bath room, amazing dining room.”
The intimate Ocean Blue Room is perfect for the single traveler seeking a one night stopover or an extended stay in a very affordable property that is close to Logan Airport and easily accessible to Greater Boston!
“I loved staying at Donnells home. My room was cute and comfortable, honestly so was the rest of the place. There were so many cute little touches (like the mini fridge). It also helps that this location was so close to everything! Next time I’m in a Boston I will check to see if there is an opening-here because I would love to stay again. Thank you Donnell!”
Peaceful oasis with ocean view. The Beachmont neighborhood, is on the Revere/East Boston line. Please be able to climb stairs. 10 minute uber to/from Logan airport. Bus stops in front of house or 10 minute walk to the Blue line T stop which is only 3 stops from the airport. 15 minute train ride to downtown Boston. The in-law suite is not set up for cooking. It has a small kitchenette with refrigerator, toaster oven, electric kettle and microwave, but without sink or stove.
“This was a beautiful space to stay. The ocean view is wonderful and the place is very comfortable and clean. While there is a full-sized fridge/freezer, a microwave, and a toaster oven, it is important to note is no kitchen sink, so if you plan to eat, it’s best to bring your own paper plates/cutlery. There are also some steep concrete stairs to climb to the entrance, but it’s worth it, as the view is tremendous. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a beautiful view in the area.”