This lovely country inn is actually three buildings, the oldest of which dates back to the early 1700s. The oldest wing of the inn has rooms furnished ... More
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This lovely country inn is actually three buildings, the oldest of which dates back to the early 1700s. The oldest wing of the inn has rooms furnished with antiques; newer sections are typical of any well-appointed hotel. A separate guest house offers spacious suites. Many locals head here seeking a plentiful Sunday brunch. You may walk about the town and enjoy the unblemished 19th-century charm, as well as glimpse sights related to Concord's role in the American Revolution. Walk around Walden Pond, visit the nearby Concord Museum or try a walking tour. A very beautiful park available for weddings.
We had lunch at the Colonial Inn on 12/13/10 for the second time thinking that possible the first time ( which was awful) was maybe a bad day. The second time we even worst. The brisket was overdone, served on a garlic bread which was awful and my diet coke was flat and very expensive. We shoud have complain but our waitress was so nice we did not want to ruin a good day. This is also the first time I have done a review it was so awful, This is the last time we will patronize this place. Shoud have gone to Helen's or Main Street Cafe.
My wife, daughter, son-in-law and I went to the Colonial Inn for lunch on the Fourth of July while touring Minuteman Historic Park, Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, and Walden Pond. While the weather was perfect for outdoor seating, the porch was so crowded that we chose to sit inside, where it was quiet. While a few other guests appeared during our meal, things were relatively peaceful while we ate. The dining room looked the part of a charming country inn.
I think all four of us were happy with our meals. I had one of the daily specials -- a carne asada flatbread roll-up. It was excellent! The other three ordered items off the regular menu and were quite happy.
There was one thing that did, unfortunately, leave a bad taste in my mouth. I ordered a diet Coke, which came in a 6-ounce glass. Not once was I offered a refill (although my wife was offered one on her iced tea) -- and the cost was about $3! It is the most expensive soda I have ever had!
I normally don't like to write negative reviews of places, but I felt I need to mention what happened to us. My husband and I went to the area for our wedding anniv. vacation and due to the massive amounts of positive ad's for this place decided this would be great for our night for a romantic dinner in town. When I made the reservations I mentioned it was our anniv. night and if possible to please have a quite table area. The lady seemed very accomidating and kind over the phone. When we arrived at the place there was only two tables occupied but my request seemed to be ignored. They had us practically sit ontop of another couple just to save room. The wait staff was very kind and quick and I will mention their soups, salads and desserts were wonderful. Then they decided to have a family with 8 children sit next to us. Lets just say a screaming 5 year old tipping over your wine while he runs around your table in circles really kills the mood! But, that is the parents fault, not the inn. But I was fairly annoyed that the staff would place a family of 10 next to a young couple when there was a whole empty room. My husband order the steak and I order the salmon. They both were bland, my salmon wasn't cooked all the way and we agreed that we would get more flavorable food at Applebees. All in all, although the place is lovely and the soups and dessert are yummy it really was a waste of $100. I recommend to all tourists to look into other places before selecting the ones that are heavyly advertised.
I first came and ate as a child with my mother when we went by train for a day in Concord. The jaw fell when my mom told me the history of where we were eating. The food ws wonderful, Indian Pudding wow, the on a trip of my own to Emersons home, lunch at the Inn, Then spending a whole day and night at the Inn, Indian Puddin, wow! My grandkids and the my Great Grand Kids, Indian Pudding, WOW!
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