Concords Colonial Inn and Suites is an enduring landmark of gracious hospitality in historic Concord, Massachusetts. The Inn was originally built in 1716 and has operated as a hotel since 1889. Nestled in a quaint New England village famed for its revolutionary and literary history, Concord's Colonial Inn is the picture perfect destination for your next vacation.Enjoy the relaxing ambiance of our 56 charming guest rooms, each individually appointed to reflect our Colonial style. Our authentic New England setting, excellent cuisine and flexible meeting rooms make Concord's Colonial Inn an ideal location for corporate events, weddings, or other social functions for 10 to 100 people.Concords Colonial Inn and Suites offers Concord's finest dining. Delectable seafood and New England fare are served in our traditional dining rooms, and nightly entertainment is offered in the Village Forge Tavern.Plan your next trip to beautiful Concord and make your reservations today. Concords Colonial Inn and Suites offers attentive and friendly service combined in an authentic New England landscape, excellent cuisine and professional expertise, all makes for a perfect location for your next stay in the Boston/ Concord area. Wireless Internet access is up and running at Concords 1716 Colonial Inn, providing the most up to date technology for Internet connection. We understand the needs of todays traveler for quick and easy computer connections for e-mail, corporate websites, professional information sources and news, along with entertainment features to enjoy. Our central location on historic Monument Square will allow your attendees to combine business with pleasure. After a day of productive meetings, your attendees can take advantage of the many sites of downtown Concord, all within walking distance of the Inn. There is evening entertainment in our lounges and the coffee makers in each room will get guests perking the next morning. In addition to our restaurants there is outside porch dining. From May through October a variety of boats can be rented, some with luncheon and dinner cruises, at the South Bridge Boathouse in Concord. Of course the Colonial Inn is centrally located for the towns many historic sights of the 18th century revolutionary period and 19th century literary era including the Old North Bridge, the Old Manse, the Concord Museum, the Wayside, the Orchard House-home of the Alcotts, the Emerson House, and Walden Pond. In fact the western part of the Inn was once the home of Henry David Thoreau and his family, built by his grandfather. Through the centuries Concords 1716 Colonial Inn stands as an enduring landmark of gracious hospitality with guests able to enjoy the atmosphere and ambiance of a country inn, close to major historic attractions, downtown shopping, 20 minutes from Boston, and transportation to and from nearby Hanscom Airfield.