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Find discount rates on hotels, inns, bed and breakfasts and motels in the beautiful, historic Boston, MA, suburb of Concord, MA. In Concord, it's easy to get a sense of Colonial times and its history by visiting historic Walden Pond, the Monument Square town common, the historic Concord's Colonial Inn (see below) for some traditional lodging and dining, the Old North Bridge, the Old Manse, the Concord Museum and the Ralph Waldo Emerson House. Concord's sense of history goes far beyond attractions, however. Just walk stroll the leafy historic streets and feel the history in many sections through a high concentration of homes and buildings from that era. Our favorite historic travel destination is the Old North Bridge. Here, you not only get a sense of history (the location of the first day of battle in the Revolutionary War), but also some splendid scenery. The Concord River, alongside with the Bridge, is absolutely stunning to look at -- especially at sundown -- and the meandering wide, dirt trail leads to old trees, open land vistas and the Buttrick Estate "Secret Gardens" -- a network of paved stones and steps offering beautifully terraced gardens and more views of the Concord River. The Buttrick Mansion was built in 1991 by descendants of Maj. John Buttrick, who first told his Soldiers to fire upon the British. The estate is a stately brick mansion that houses a book store and exhibits as well as offering a short video about the fight at the North Bridge. The Old North Bridge is also right next to the Old Manse, the former home of Nathaniel Hawthorne. It's not well-known, but Hawthorne rented! Comparing rates, checking availability and booking online for your Concord vacation is a breeze with an easy-to-read interface. We have also provided travel information on Concord, written by lifelong New Englanders to help plan your Concord vacation. From the quaint to the modern, a memorable hotel in the Concord area awaits you! Additionally, for every hotel reservation made in Concord through our New England Hotel Guide, we will donate five percent of our earned commissions to Brookview House, a homeless shelter for families located in Dorchester, Mass. The Brookview House mission is to assist homeless families in the development of skills necessary to break the cycle of poverty. We'd be grateful if you helped spread the word about our New England Discount Hotel Guide and commitment to giving back to those in need. Thanks, and happy Concord travels!
BEST WESTERN At Historic Concord
740 Elm Street
Concord, MA 01742
Nightly Rates (139.99 - 179.99)   3 Star
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Experience it all - the excitement of Boston nearby, historic sites, national parks and generous amenities - at this newly renovated Concord, MA hotel.You'll feel right at home at the BEST WESTERN at ...see more
Colonial Inn Hotel And Suite
48 Monument Square
Concord, MA 01742
Nightly Rates (189.00 - 305.00)   3 Star
Colonial Inn Hotel And Suite $hotle.Name
Concords Colonial Inn Hotel And Suites Offers 56 Guestrooms In A Variety Of Configurations. Our Main Inn Features 16 Historic Rooms Some Which Pre-Date The Revol...see more
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Concord Hotel Chains

Best Western

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Concord POI

Historical Places

Orchard House
0.48 miles

Hospitals & Medical Care Facilities

Emerson Hospital
1.54 miles

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The top 10 things to do in Concord...

by Eric H., VisitingNewEngland.com

Take a 45-minute walk around peaceful, tranquil and scenic Walden Pond -- the former home of author Henry David Thoreau. It's a great swimming place in the summer and a wonderful place to reflect in the fall, winter and spring.


Shop local at the many downtown Concord shops, ranging from boutiques to specialty food shops.

Experience Colonial charm with a lunch or dinner at the Colonial Inn in the heart of downtown Concord.

Take in a bit of American history at the Old North Bridge -- where local Minutemen experienced its first American Revolutionary War victory by forcing the British to retreat back to Boston on April 19, 1775. Today the Old North Bridge area seems more like a peaceful walker's oasis with the placid Concord River, a quiet country path leading to "secret gardens" and the stately visitor center known as the Buttrick Mansion.

Visit Verrill Farm for fresh produce and specialty products, a sweet smell in the air and beautiful farm views.

Sample one of the region's best pizzas at New London Pizza at Depot near downtown Concord.

Canoe down the scenic Concord River.

Trek to neighboring Carlisle for a relaxing and tasty visit to the seasonal Kimball Farm ice cream stand.

Enjoy the historic town common feel of Monument Square in downtown Concord.

Experience a highly-sophisticated but oh-so-fun children's museum at the Discovery Museum in nearby Acton.