Concord’s Colonial Inn



Welcome to Concord’s Colonial Inn, a landmark historic hotel in New England’s charming town of Concord, Massachusetts. Here, you’ll discover gracious service, a warm and welcoming location for meetings, creative cuisine and 56 spacious, well-appointed guestrooms with historic flair and modern amenities. Close to major highways and just 20 miles from downtown Boston, it’s easy to visit our historic inn for a weekend getaway, unique wedding or productive business trip. We look forward to welcoming you as our guest.

Offering a distinctive twist on classic New England fare, Concord’s Colonial Inn features two restaurants: Liberty and Merchant’s Row. Liberty, the area’s only gastropub, has an all-day menu with comfort food and light meals. Liberty’s taverns are open daily and host local entertainment Wednesday through Sunday evenings. Merchant’s Row serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, along with a bountiful Sunday brunch buffet. Weather permitting, have a seat on our front porch. Our co-workers will offer a cheery ‘welcome’ as you enjoy a truly memorable dining experience in one of New England’s most charming towns.

This town center jewel overlooking Concord’s Monument Square since 1716, Concord’s Colonial Inn has been host to nearly three centuries of history. The Inn, which played an integral role in America’s Revolutionary War and was once home to noted author Ralph Waldo Emerson, combines undeniable history with an array of modern services. Guest rooms dating to 1716, multiple dining options, extended stay suites, the Prescott Wing which features newly remodeled guest rooms, functions and live entertainment have combined to make this Inn one of New England’s top destinations for both business and leisure travelers. Experience history at Concord’s Colonial Inn.

48 Monument Square, Concord, MA, USA

Lisa LaCoste