Inn at Hastings Park Relais & Chateaux

Sip, Savor & Stay
Nestled in historic Lexington, Massachusetts, the Inn at Hastings Park provides unrivaled hospitality and exceptional culinary experiences in the “Birthplace of American Liberty.” The Boston-area’s only Relais & Châteaux property features 22 stylishly luxurious accommodations, including the lovingly preserved Main House, Isaac Mulliken guest house, and Barn suites that merge Lexington’s heritage and architecture with a contemporary American chic design.

An immersive food and wine destination unlike any other in New England, the Inn at Hastings Park celebrates the bounty of New England. The seasonal New England bistro fare of onsite restaurant Town Meeting Bistro showcases local suppliers and honors the cultural diversity of the people who have made this region home in its menus for lunch, dinner, Saturday High Tea and Sunday Champagne Brunch. Throughout the year, reserve a seat for a popular holiday-themed High Tea or for a summer Farm to Vine dinner series. Outdoor dining is available year-round on the all-season front porch and in the magical Culinary Garden/INNgloo Wonderland.

Hotel and day guests alike are welcome to experience all the Inn has to offer.

Refine skills and learn new recipes with Inn owner & Culinary Educator Trisha Pérez Kennealy, step up bar expertise with a Craft Cocktail Class, or book a private bonfire complete with cocktails and a gourmet S’mores kit from the Inn’s culinary team. Immerse yourself into the history of the town and schedule a walking tour that includes the Lexington Battle Green – just steps from the Inn – where the first shots of the American Revolutionary War were fired.

Overnight guests are also encouraged to reserve one of the Inn’s bicycles to follow Paul Revere’s famous midnight ride on the Minuteman Bikeway or utilize the house Volvo to explore neighboring historic sites in Concord, like Walden Pond (where famous American author, poet and transcendentalist Henry David Thoreau lived) and Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House that inspired her legendary novel Little Women.

Since opening in 2014, the Inn has been acknowledged by Travel + Leisure World’s Best, Condé Nast Traveler Magazine Reader’s Choice Awards, and Boston magazine’s “Best of” as well as earned a Forbes Travel Guide 4-Star and AAA Four Diamond.

2027 Massachusetts Avenue Lexington, MA 02421

Shiobanne Karampekios