The Mary Dyer Room is named after a tenacious Boston Quaker who refused to stop preaching even after the Puritans forced her out of the city. This sunny room with a double bed is on the second floor near the library, overlooking the quiet, tree-lined street. Bathrooms are shared with the house’s permanent residents, and all linens are provided.
Rates (per night, April-October):
The Bayard Rustin Room is named after the famed Quaker, author, and civil rights activist.
This cozy room is on the second floor, overlooking the quiet, tree-lined street.
The room itself is best suited for a solo traveler – there is a lofted twin-sized bunk bed with a built-in desk underneath. Bathrooms are shared with the house’s permanent residents, and all linens are provided.
Rates (per night, June – September 1):
Beacon Hill Friends House offers short-term residency experiences in our interfaith Quaker intentional community. Stay between 4 weeks and 3 months with us in our large cooperative house in downtown Boston, and share in our community spaces, programming, and meals.
A short-term residency might be for you if:
If this sounds like you, please get in touch with us!
Your residency at BHFH includes:
Private accommodations (shared bathroom)
5 weekly chef-prepared dinners
Fully-stocked kitchen and pantry
Shared use of our gorgeous Meeting Room, Parlor, Library, Courtyards, and Deck
Opportunities to engage in the community life of the Friends House
Opportunities to engage in the public programming of the Friends House
When booking your residency, we will work with you to make a plan that fits your needs.
Pricing and other logistics: