We cordially invite you to stay at our home while you are visiting and/or working at the Boston Temple.
Here are a few questions we have attempted to answer in hopes it might make your decision to stay with us easier.
Follow the directions to the GuestHouse that are on the following page. If we are expecting you, ring the bell, walk in and make yourselves at home. The kitchen is on the left in the back where you may refrigerate your food, as we do not provide meals per state law.
We discourage eating meals in the rooms. You have kitchen and dining room privileges which includes everything you may need.
There is a dishwasher to make your clean up easier.
Help yourself to your assigned room on the second floor: the king room on your right and the twin room on your left, each with a sitting/reading area. These two bedrooms share a connecting common bathroom with toilet, tub, shower and two sinks.
Do bring your own toiletries. Sheets and towels are provided.
Be it known that we have 6 steps into the house and 13 steps to the second floor bedrooms, so if you have a challenge maneuvering stairs this may not be the best place for you. Children 12 and over are welcome!
For temple workers, patrons and other guests we ask a donation of $50 per room per night.
Please call ahead for reservations and let us know your date and time of arrival, length of stay, room preference and any special needs we might help you with. When making reservations be sure to leave your phone number, so that we may confirm your reservations.
For your convince, when loading and unloading your car please park in the circular driveway.
Feel free to copy this invitation to share with others and to pass along to your priesthood and Relief Society leaders.
This is not an advertisement. It is an encouragement to bring more members to The House of the Lord…economically.
We look forward to meeting you and serving you at the Boston Temple GuestHouse.
BROTHER PETE AND SISTER JUDY PETERSON