Why it’s worth traveling for… The Inn at Hastings Park harbors true American liberty in a luxury hotel experience. Travel back in time at this 22-room inn with gorgeous hand-printed wallpaper and leather accent furniture throughout. The Inn at Hastings Park keeps hospitality at its forefront, remembering their historic roots while acting as a hub for travelers, businessmen, and families passing through.
Why you will never want to leave…
- Schedule a customized bike tour of Lexington and peddle through American history. Explore the grounds of the Lexington Battle Green, home of the battle that began the American Revolutionary War then make your way to Munroe Tavern which was once occupied by British Redcoat troops during their retreat.
- Saturday afternoon tea allows you to spend two hours relaxing and indulging on traditional tea sandwiches and pastries—and if you’re feeling especially celebratory on your vacation, you can swap your tea for a glass of champagne.
- Town Meeting Bistro takes your taste-buds to new heights with their bountiful farm-to-table menu. Because of The Inn at Hastings Park’s close relationship with local farmers, all ingredients are seasonal and fresh, offering guests the traditional flavors of New England for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
But if you do… Bring old history lessons to life with a visit to the famed Walden Pond where Henry David Thoreau spent his time pondering and writing his most famous work, Walden; or, Life in the Woods. Follow that with a visit to Louisa Mae Alcott’s (author of Little Women) beautiful Orchard House and explore the grounds that inspired the timeless coming of age story.