Taylor House Bed & Breakfast
Taylor House, a gracious sixteen room Victorian home in Boston’s Jamaica Plain section, was built around 1853 for George W. Taylor, an international merchant head-quartered in Boston. It is situated within the Monument Square Historic District, and lies in an area known as “Pondside”, which contains some of Jamaica Plain’s finest suburban architecture.
Taylor House is only a block from excellent restaurants, and lies adjacent to beautiful Jamaica Pond, a natural kettle hole formed by a pre-historic glacier. The pond is enjoyed daily by many residents and tourists using its boathouse and 1.5 mile paved trail for walking and running. For more spectacular beauty, the incredible Arnold Arboretum is only 6 blocks away.