Longfellow's Wayside Inn has accumulated centuries of history since it opened in 1716. It now houses historic archives as well as dining, lodging and a gift shop. The restaurant offers a delightful fare of American cuisine. Staying at this Inn enables you to get the feel of the charming medieval age that serves as a pleasant deviation from the fast paced "city-culture." But do not be deceived, this place is no less when it comes to providing modern amenities to its guests. Where, customer satisfaction holds the highest value, Longfellow's Wayside Inn is certainly an obvious choice for comfort stay.
This Worcester hotel offers guests an on-site restaurant, gym and executive rooms with 24-hour room service. Beechwood Hotel is located less than a half mile from the University of Massachusetts. Guest rooms provide free Wi-Fi and cable TV. They have desks and bathrobes and also include refrigerators, coffee makers and hairdryers. The spacious suites feature sofa beds. A business center and meeting facilities are available to Beechwood guests. The hotel offers a fitness room, gift shop and ATM. Beechwood Hotel is within 2 miles of Green Hill Park and Worcester Art Museum. It is 4 miles from Indian Lake and Greendale Mall.
Located in Leominster, Massachusetts, this hotel is 11 miles from Wachusett Mountain Ski Area and 6 miles from Fort Devens. It offers on-site dining and an indoor swimming pool. Each room at Doubletree by Hilton, Leominster includes a flat-screen cable TV and work desk with an ergonomic chair. A sofa bed is provided in most rooms. An on-site fitness centre is available at the Leominster DoubleTree. The business centre is located off the lobby and concierge services are available. The Classics Restaurant serves breakfast every day. The pub-style Gazebo Lounge is open in the evenings and offers meals and drinks in a casual atmosphere. Fitchburg State University is 4 miles away and the Oak Hill Country Club is 5 miles away.
The General Rufus Putnam House is a historic landmark that dates back to the 1750s era. This former abode is now a lovely Bed and Breakfast establishment that invites all for a pleasant stay. The house was incorporated in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
Established in 1805, the Grafton Inn has been continuously serving locals and visitors to the city for more than two centuries. It is located on the fringes of Grafton Town Common park, in the heart of the city. This accommodation facility offers seven air-conditioned rooms, pleasantly decorated and moderately furnished with amenities like television and wireless internet. The on-site restaurant offers delicious range of American cuisine. Guests can also enjoy a casual time at the bar.
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.