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Welcome to the Newbury Guest House

Nestled in the registered historic district of Back Bay, the Newbury Guest House hotel is located on the fashionable Newbury Street, the popular walking street of Boston. The Back Bay is lined with 19th century town houses that stretch along the Public Garden and the banks of the Charles River. On Newbury Street, these historic town houses are now a potpourri of residential units, outdoor cafes, art galleries, designer boutiques, coffee shops and an array of pubs and restaurants. The Newbury Guest House hotel consists of three interconnected town houses. The hotel completed total restoration of its exterior and renovation of its common area and guest rooms in the spring of 2009.

Sports and Activities

The Newbury Guest House hotel is just a short distance from Boston's fabled and historic Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. If you are not fortunate enough to attend a game while the Red Sox are in town, you can tour Fenway by calling ahead and making arrangements. The Guest House hotel is also a short walk from Symphony Hall, which is home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Boston Pops, as well as many musical and theatrical productions throughout the year. Also located within a short distance to the Guest House is the Museum of Fine Arts, the Institute of Contemporary Art, the Berklee Performance Center, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the Hynes Convention Center, the historic Boston Public Garden and Boston Common, and the State House.


The Guest House in conveniently located to public transportation, which we affectionately call the "T". Halfway between the Copley and Hynes / ICA subway stations which are located on the Green Line. The Guest House is also a short distance to the Back Bay Station, the Orange Line, which houses the Back Bay subway station as well as AMTRAK and commuter rail access to points south and west. Another form of getting around the Back Bay, and take in a tour at the same time, is the famous Duck Tours of Boston. This guided tour is a land and sea venture that will take you around much of the City of Boston, as well as enter the Charles River for a water view perspective.


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