My words wouldn't describe the Inn any better than the web site's, so I have copied them here... Believe all that you read about the Inn. It's a fabulous site as well as a memorable accomodation.
BTW... The Wayside Inn is a non-profit Massachusetts Historic Site.
Longfellow's Wayside Inn—a nationally significant historic landmark—is an old Inn and tavern that has been serving travelers along the old Boston Post Road for almost 300 years. What began as an extension of David Howe's family home in 1716, the Inn has thrived through years of growth and expansion and survived because of its important history and beautiful setting.
From its Colonial roots to Henry Ford's historic preservation of the property as a living museum of American history, the Wayside Inn offers a unique experience of history—a step back in time in a warm and hospitable setting.
Unique Quality: PLEASE TAKE THE TIME TO REVIEW THE TRAVELOGUE FOR THE WAYSIDE INN. IT REALLY IS A VERY SPECIAL PLACE.
YOU COULD INCLUDE A STAY AT WAYSIDE WITH A JAUNT TO GARDEN IN THE WOODS AS THEY ARE ONLY A COUPLE OF MILES APART.
Directions: just off Rte. 20... west of Boston
This place is very relaxing and has beautiful grounds. I've never slept here, but I've been to a few functions and it's truly beautiful inside.
Take a look at the website: www.wayside.org for photos of the grounds and rooms.
Unique Quality: This Inn has a great history, and thanks to Henry Ford, you can visit the "Little Red School House" (see other pages) and other historic places within walking distance. See the web site for the inn for more history.
Directions: FROM BOSTON:
Take Mass. Turnpike (Rt. 90) West to Rt. 128 North. Take exit 26, Rt. 20 West for 11 miles. Go right at large green sign "Wayside Inn Road." The Inn is 1/4 mile down on your right (parking on your left).
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Address: 72 Wayside Inn Road, Sudbury, Massachusetts, 01776, United States