Concord's Colonial Inn
|Concord's Colonial Inn|
|Location||48 Monument Square, Concord, Massachusetts|
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Concord's Colonial Inn is a historic hotel in Concord, Massachusetts. It was built as a home in 1716 and has been operated a hotel since 1889. One of its original buildings held arms and provisions for the Concord Minutemen. It was later a residence of Henry David Thoreau while he attended Harvard university.
The Historic Hotels of America, which is a program of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, designated this hotel to be a member in 2005.
Its public spaces and selected guestrooms were renovated in 2014.
- Colonial Inn, official site
Category:Hotels in Massachusetts Category:Concord, Massachusetts
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