Taylor House

Taylor House

Taylor House

Taylor House Bed and Breakfast, a gracious Victorian home in Boston’s Jamaica Plain section, was built in 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. The structure is predominantly Italianate in style. A distinctive octagonal cupola sits atop the main house. The house is surrounded by Victorian-inspired gardens and lies less than one block from a beautiful pond and a town centre.

The first floor of Taylor House offers a unique, beautiful and intimate setting for private functions that range from cocktail receptions, showers and dinners to concerts and business meetings. Their interior combines antique and modern elements in a way that enhances the beauty of each, and our grounds feature lush garden spaces for entertaining when weather permits.


Taylor House Bed and Breakfast | 50 Burroughs Street, Boston, MA 02130
Seated: 35