Concord’s Colonial Inn
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Concord’s Colonial Inn

About

Its enduring symbol of courteous hospitality dates back to 1716 and has been a hotel since 1889. Concord’s Colonial Inn has more than its fair share of history, and it is located in a charming New England hamlet known for its literary and revolutionary heritage.
One of the Inn’s original structures served as the Concord Minutemen’s arsenal during the Revolutionary War.
Later, while attending Harvard, Henry David Thoreau would move in with family. The Prescott Wing and Main Inn bedrooms, along with the public areas, underwent renovations in 2014. The hotel and restaurants now have a more contemporary look thanks to restorations, but the Inn’s original structures and furnishings nevertheless exude a unique sense of timelessness and charm.

Venue Location + Transportation

Address

 
48 Monument Square,
Concord, Massachusetts 1742