Concord has hotels,
motels, inns and B&Bs,
some of them right in the very center:
INNS & B&Bs
Right on Monument
Square in the center of Concord,
it's a fine place for a snack, a meal, a drink,
or a night's stay. Twelve of the 60 rooms are
in the historic old part of the inn, the rest in
a modern hotel-style annex. More...
Across Lexington Road from The
Wayside and a short
walk from Orchard
House, it's perfect for Louisa
May Alcott pilgrims. More...
Longfellow's Wayside Inn
Immortalized by Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow in his Tales
from a Wayside Inn, this historic, well-preserved
inn in neighboring Sudbury steeps
you in New England history whether you stop for
a meal or a bed. More...
In the neighboring town of Acton,
6 miles (10 km) west of Concord's Monument
this 4-room inn has an outdoor swimming pool, in-room
coffee-making equipment, free Wifi, and some rooms
have kitchenettes and/or private baths. More...
HOTELS & MOTELS
For these hotels and motels, you will want your
Best Western Plus at Historic Concord
On MA Route 2 just east of the Concord
Rotary, this 105-room motel is convenient to both Concord
center and West
Concord (though you'll want to drive to both).
However, several of Concord's most enjoyable restaurants are
right next door: Papa
Razzi Trattoria, Sushi House and Japanese
Steak House. More...
A new-concept 3-star hotel in nearby Lexington just
off I-95 but within walking distance of Battle
Road, the very modern
123-room Element has all the latest technologies
and comforts, including in-room coffee-makers,
microwaves and mini-fridges; an indoor swimming
pool and high-tech exercise room; a congenial
bar/lounge, buffet breakfast, and a 24-hour snack
On MA Route 2 west of Concord in Acton,
it's a low-budget choice suitable for those with
Hotels in Nearby Towns
in Bedford MA, 5 miles (8 km)
northeast of Concord,
are easily accessible along Bedford Road (MA
Route 62; map).
Hotels in the cities of Burlington and Waltham are
farther away, sometimes through heavy and/or confusing
traffic (I-95/MA Route 128),
though your GPS may solve that problem.
Keep in mind that MBTA
Commuter Rail trains connect
Station), Cambridge (Porter
Square Station) and Concord numerous
times daily. You don't need a car to visit Concord: you
can take the train out from Boston on
a day-trip. More...
Above, the Colonial
Inn, on Monument
is a social center in Concord MA.
Below, loading the brass cannon on