Features and Articles
Couple Says 'I Do' This Valentine's Day: The Inn offered free wedding ceremonies and cakes to couples this Valentine's Day. Read about one couple's poignant story here.
125 Year Old Love Story: Highlighting a beautiful story about a 90 year-old patron whose parents had been married at the Inn 125 years earlier. Read it here.
Ghost Hunters: The hit Syfy TV show Ghost Hunters aired their hour-long investigation into the Inn's ghostly guests. Watch the show here titled "A Shot in the Dark" from Season 6, episode 14.
Mass Vacation: Village Forge Tavern included on the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism 1,000 Great Places list for 2010. http://massvacation.com/1000/index2.php
Forbes.com: Destination of the Week "Trancendental Comfort" by Sophia Banay
NYTimes.com: Travel Guides Concord "Concord's Colonial Inn" Frommer's Review
NYTimes.com: "Journeys; 36 Hours Concord, MA" by David A. Kelly
Los Angeles Times: "Concord: Where the Redcoats and Walden Pond Meet" by Susannah Rosenblatt
RunningTimes.com: "Running Away: Concord, MA" by Mark R. Johnson
U.S. Senate Candidate Scott Brown's at Concord's Colonial Inn: as reported by WickedLocal.com/Concord
The Concord Journal: "Blues Masters Team Up at Colonial Inn in Concord" by Margaret Smith
Boston Magazine: "The Haunt: Transcendental Medication" by Gretchen Voss
BostonGlobe.com: "In Concord, an Acoustic Haven" by Steve Morse
Concord's Colonial Inn Accepted as Member of Historic Hotels of America
The Colonial Inn is one of only about 200 hotels and resorts throughout the country recognized by Historic Hotels of America for preserving and maintaining its historic integrity, architecture and ambiance. To be selected for membership in National Trust Historic Hotels, a hotel must be at least 50 years old, listed in or eligible for the National Register of Historic Places or recognized locally as having historic significance. Learn more about the Colonial Inn's history.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation is a private, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to protecting the irreplaceable. Recipient of the National Humanities Medal, the Trust provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America’s diverse historic places and revitalize communities. For more information, visit the Historic Hotels of America web site.