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Reviewed 15 August 2011

So far 5 people from our group have multiple bedbug bites. My wife has at least 50 and that is no joke. I have 40+ bites. Stay away.

Date of stay: July 2011
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4  Thank Eric131313
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Reviewed 12 August 2011

The main attraction here is the history of the inn, which is where it gets most of it's charm. However, we stayed in the newer part of the inn (built in the 1970s), which is less romantic than the older part, but still fine - sort of country-kitsch. As for the rooms - there are no bells or whistles to mention, just the essentials. The breakfast buffet was amazing. All in all, I'd return again for a cozy stay.

Location - The inn is in the center of Concord. The town is a little slow, and if this is what you're looking for, then that's a plus. Some of the highlights include a few nice shops, some places to eat, and several historical sights to tour (e.g., Louisa May Alcott's home).

Room tip: ASk for a room in the older part of the inn, which is more charming.
Date of stay: August 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Thank travelgal75
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Reviewed 10 August 2011

OK, the good news is that we were upgraded and put on the upper level. Lucky thing: between the wedding, the bridal shower and the regular customers on the ground level, it was absolute bedlam. So the room was quiet, clean. Stay away from the restaurant, a shabby, fading shadow of its former self. Food is not prepared correctly, we couldn't really eat our meals. Also, although the porch is visually lovely for dining, there is no control of the curious public coming onto the porch, talking loudly, hovering over the tables. There should be some form of crowd control so the patrons can eat in peace. We ended up leaving.
Breakfast: they should have a card printed up with the times and places; they vary considerably, particularly on Sundays. We never had the advertised free continental breakfast - not offered on Sundays and on Mondays offered for a short time in the early morning; if you miss it you have to buy a regular breakfast (at that point, we chose to simply check out). Breakfast should not be complicated. So if you must stay here, ask for an upper room and plan on eating all your meals somewhere else.

Date of stay: August 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Italia222
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Reviewed 8 August 2011

My family and I ate here for lunch last weekend while in town for a wedding. Staff was accommodating with our large party. They had some excellent lunch choices at a fair price for the amount of food you get (except for salads-which I thought were small since they were the same price as a burger). Service was excellent and the menu gave plenty to choose from for all in our party-kids to adults. A nice experience while in town as the décor in this place is like no other restaurant I’ve ever been to!

Date of stay: August 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank kimmiecupcakesNY
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Reviewed 3 August 2011

The old room 24 at the Inn was just that. Old. But that's what we wanted. It was old elegance. But it was old. Wavy, carpeted, floors. A beautiful nonworking fireplace. But it could use some refurbishing. Despite that, I think the place was fabulous, if only for its history. I.The people make the place. Talk to Deidre at the front desk. An immediate friend. And Linda in the dining room couldn't do enough....the place was SO accomodating. And we aren't an easy crowd to please.
I would go again, soon, but we don't live far away. We actually came to enjoy the Inn and its ambience, and the town. They should ask the town of Concord to make Coldwll Banker take down that hideous sign right in the center of hisotric Concord. Uggg-Leeee.

Room tip: Just ask...they are very helpful; very friendly.
Date of stay: July 2011
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Anne H
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