Thatch on Charles

Nestled in the heart of historic Beacon Hill, our Apartels on Charles Street offer the authentic Boston experience. You'll find yourself among iconic brownstones and surrounded by rich history. Lined with charming shops and restaurants, this location can’t be beat! Recently renovated in 2022, Thatch on Charles offers a variety of accommodations to suit any preference. Choose from 4 modern studios, 4 cozy one-bedrooms, or our spacious 3-bedroom duplex. There’s a perfect space for every group to feel right at home during their stay

Thatch on Charles sits on the iconic Charles Street, between Pickney and Mt. Vernon Street. Our Charles Street Apartels are the ideal launchpad for discovering all that Boston has to offer, with easy access to public transportation and the city's many attractions. After a significant renovation and interior design upgrades in 2022, our units are the perfect blend of modern comforts and classic Boston charm. Enjoy the convenience of an elevator, central heat/AC, and a well-appointed kitchen fully stocked with everything you’d need. Whether you're here for a weekend escape or settling in for a week-long adventure, our fully equipped Apartels have everything to help you feel right at home.

  • Smart TVs for streaming.
  • Well-equipped kitchens with breakfast bars
  • Individual heating and cooling control
  • On-site laundry
  • Keyless Entry
  • Off-property Gym access included
  • On-site parking (for a fee)
  • Elevator (non-ADA)
  • Local coffee provided in-unit

Thatch on Charles has a rich history. It was originally built in 1860 as a single family “model home” to help market the development and sale of townhomes in the soon-to-be-filled Back Bay area of Boston. Back then, the Back Bay was still covered by the Charles River. Once the landfill and sellout were completed in 1867, the building was sold to Joseph Miller and family, who occupied it as their primary residence for over 100 years. In 1999, the townhouse was renovated and converted to the Charles Street Inn, a 9-unit, Victorian-style bed and breakfast. In 2013, Thatch purchased the Charles Street Inn and converted it into an apartment-style hotel. Today, the building is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places and the architecture of the entryway and common stair remain largely intact as they were in 1860. Thatch on Charles serves as a home-away-from-home for travelers of all kinds, blending modern conveniences of an apartment-hotel with rich Boston history.