The Mariner's House is a historic hotel at 11 North Square in Boston, Massachusetts.
It was built in 1847 by the Boston Port Society and operated as a boarding house for sailors by the Boston Seaman's Aid Society and the Port Society's chaplain, Father Taylor. Today it maintains the role of an inexpensive hotel for merchant mariners on active duty. It offers short term accommodations (maximum stay 13 days) starting at $65 including breakfast to guests who can prove that they are actively working in the merchant marine.
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