Concord's Colonial Inn
A historic property that transports guests to colonial America in a prime sightseeing location.
While this building has been operating as a hotel since 1889, it has been in existence since 1716. Throughout the property's 300-year history, it has served as a private residence and hosted the likes of Henry David Thoreau and B.F. Skinner. You will be hard-pressed to find a more genuine colonial experience. A stay here assures easy access to area favorites such as the Concord Museum, Ralph Waldo Emerson House and Minute Man National Historical Park. Accommodations range from standard guest rooms to suites to apartments. The hardwood floors are original, and additional authentic colonial furnishings include beamed ceilings and handmade quilts. All rooms have private baths and give a nod to the 21st century with extras such as Internet access. Two different restaurants serve all meals plus brunch, afternoon tea and pub fare.