We spent too many nights in big hotels but don't have the intimacy and comfort of an old inn in New England. I live in California but my opportunity came visiting my mother who is a nice senior center nearby and it was particularly slow and particularly cold, the former means…
The restaurant choices are great when you need to tuck in and can't brave the cold weather. Nice little room with views of the plaza and statue. Definitely a choice for the historic value, but don't expect high end amenity.
My fiance and I just returned from a weekend at Concord Colonial Inn. Overall we enjoyed our stay. The inn was clean and well kept. The food, drinks and staff were all great except for the bartender at the tavern Friday night. He was very unfriendly and inattentive. The rest…
For anyone who loves history, this Inn and this town are a treat. The Inn is centrally located so all the sights in Concord are within walking distance. The stories of events and former guests are worth exploring.
The Inn is in a great location, you can walk all around Concord from there. Staff is friendly & helpful, food is good and the rooms are great - you have to realize there will be some interesting differences in a hotel with so much history - some uneven floors, creaky stairs. But…
"A room facing Monument Square may be loud of you like an open window. Earplugs are recommended if you are sensitive to noise."
"No help I getting your a baggage to your bedroom upon check in"
"We didn't stay here-just ate here-so no comments on actual accommodations"
"Ask about the history of the Haunted Hotel rooms...…."
"Beware. The level of room you book may not be the level you get."