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Inspector Pick (Classification): I love the rich history of Concord and this is the perfect spot to capture the era.
The town square is home to this country inn, whose original 1716 section is on the National Register of Historic Places. Henry David Thoreau once stayed at this inn, among many other historic figures. The inn also served as our nation's first war hospital. Guests will be pleased with the modern room décor. The bathrooms may be compact but the design and layout are quite suitable. Several dining rooms are available. The rustic and cozy tavern is a delight; the others are also lovely and capture the historic vibe. New England comfort dishes are central to the menu, such as Yankee pot roast, chicken pot pie, fish and chips, burgers, salads and steaks.
Smoke free premises. 56 units, some two bedrooms, efficiencies and kitchens. 3 stories (no elevator), interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).