I stayed here on a recent business trip as all the chain hotels were sold out due to the Stanley cup playoffs. The location is rich in history and the Inn was very enchanting. My co-workers were skeptical but I believe they also enjoyed the place. One co-worker stayed in room 27 which was used as a morgue during the battle of April 19, 1775. It was pretty funny when we found out his room was the morgue. We stayed three nights during the week. My room was on the second floor and was clean and spacious. The bathroom was updated. The queen bed was very comfortable. The room overlooked the square and since the weather was nice, I opened the window and enjoyed the cool evening breeze. After a long day of business, I especially enjoyed having a glass of wine on the Inn's front porch and just watching the world go by.
I would like to go back to visit on vacation with my husband and we certainly want to stay at the Colonial Inn.More