Every room in the Colonial Inn’s Main Wing, as well as its Prescott Wing have been equipped with the latest in modern travel convenience including free Wi-Fi, new forty-two inch flat screen televisions, refurbished interior design, modern business travel amenities, updated bathrooms as well as new corporate rate plans offering access to the inn’s colonial chic small meeting conference center that can hold up to eighty business guests with professional meeting space.
“Being so close to downtown Boston, yet situated in a beautiful rural New England town, we have seen a major influx of corporate guests utilizing the inn as a welcome alternative to corporate hotels in recent years,” said Colonial Inn Owner Jurgen Demisch. “We have spent a great deal of time rejuvenating each and every one of our rooms to offer all the luxuries and amenities business travelers have come to expect, while preserving the charm of colonial New England, to offer an experience unique to the area.”
Located only nineteen miles from downtown Boston and containing two of the area’s premier dining establishments, Liberty and Merchants Row, the Colonial Inn now features an unrivaled blend of classic New England tradition and modern travel accommodations ideal for corporate guests and leisurely travelers alike. Concord’s Colonial Inn also hosts the area’s only large seasonal al fresco dining experience overlooking the green at Monument Square.
In addition to travel and business function accommodations, The Colonial Inn has refreshed its offerings at both Liberty and Merchants Row with the help of new Executive Chef, Jacob Bowser, who has worked exclusively in New York’s finest Michelin Star Restaurants and is highly in tune with today’s consumer restaurant market.
Liberty, home of America’s original tavern and Concord’s only gastro-pub will feature an eclectic mix of casual menu items and outstanding live entertainment, perfect for locals enjoying drinks after work or travel guests in search of the finest bar food west of Boston. Chef Bowser’s leadership in Merchants Row will reflect his many years of fine dining experience and culinary education with the creation of menu items “no one else has” featuring Seasonal New American Cuisine using the freshest items from the area’s top local produce, fish, poultry, and meat providers. Whether it’s a staple in classic New England cuisine, or a specialty item with a high-end modern touch, Liberty and Merchants Row provide unmatched quality and selection to the area and welcome guests of all ages.
About the Colonial Inn
Concord’s Colonial Inn is a classic, historic boutique inn located in the heart of Concord, MA overlooking Monument Square. The property has been operating as a hotel since 1889 and is affiliated with the Historic Hotels of America. Concord’s Colonial Inn is within close proximity to some of the area’s most well known historical attractions including Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, North Bridge, Old Manse, Orchard House and Minuteman National Historic Park. The inn has undergone recent changes, making the property ideal for both leisure guests and the sophisticated business traveler, featuring a professional and attentive meeting and conference center, updated amenities, free Wi-Fi throughout the property and ceiling-to-floor renovated guestrooms and communal areas. For more information, please visit www.concordscolonialinn.com.