Bottom line: Would not stay here again.
My wife and I are a young couple (26) and stayed here for 3 nights. We ended up booking this place the day before because pretty much everything else was booked and the other hotels were very expensive.
Pros: Nice location close to a couple spots on the freedom trail.
You can pick up the T bus next to the house and take it into downtown Boston.
The cost was about $40 cheaper than anywhere else.
Cons: The host means well but she often comes off rude because she won't let you speak at all. She was constantly complaining to us about the problems with the house, parking, and other personal matters which we didn't think were appropriate or wanted. She did have a lot of recommendations of where to go and what to do in Boston, however it seemed she got upset when we didn't do those things and we didn't go through her to book tickets.
The Bunker Hill B&B website says there is parking available, this is only true if you are lucky enough to snag a spot a few blocks from the house. Otherwise you would be out of luck, so don't count on parking. The host made a big deal that we brought a car which made us feel guilty, but she did help us find a spot.
The house is really old and very cluttered. Steep staircase up to the bedroom.
The bedroom has a musty smell to it, bed was pretty firm, and the sheets seemed very worn.
The host made us breakfast one day out of the three mornings because she had other events in the mornings. For the first breakfast, the host asked us what we wanted and really gave us no choices at all of what she had available so it was kind of strange. She gave us one type of cereal and the only milk she had was warm, nonfat, soy milk. The other two mornings she left us bagels, MOLDY cream cheese, and EXPIRED yogurt!
All in all, I think the host means well but really it was not a good experience dealing with her, the house, and the breakfast. We would not stay here again.