(Please note that Eliot and Pickett is closing will be closing its doors on June 30, 2014.)
Eliot and Pickett Houses offer the charm and style of bed & breakfast lodging in the heart of Boston. Located at the top of historic Beacon Hill, just steps from the Boston Common, both houses are typical of the 1830’s style of brick town houses—cozy, yet stately. The pleasant, high-ceilinged rooms are decorated in a style appropriate to the period. Each room is distinctively appointed, and feature double or queen-sized beds. Eliot and Pickett Houses are centrally air conditioned and most rooms have modern private baths and clock radios. The two houses include 20 guest rooms.
Our kitchens are fully stocked for your complimentary, self-serve breakfast and are available for preparing other meals (if you want to feel truly at home). We also provide a roof deck, piano, and a den for reading or watching cable television. Both Eliot and Pickett Houses are non-smoking facilities.
The Eliot & Pickett Houses are only open to members of Unitarian Universalist congregations. Please contact us to make a reservation, or for more information.
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The Eliot & Pickett House does not have guest parking. All of the spaces in the front and back of the property are reserved for the UUA administration or owned by the neighbors.
We do use the spots that are vacant for loading and unloading.
We recommend the Boston Common Garage. It is the closest and most convenient overnight parking in the area. For information and rates, visit their website.
For more information contact eandp @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Wednesday, January 29, 2014.
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