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“The Inn at Hastings Park is a celebration of everything we love about Lexington. Known as the Birthplace of American Liberty, we have found a variety of ways to thread our rich history into The Inn experience. We call it Revolutionary Hospitality. Our property is comprised of three thoughtfully restored historic buildings, and the interior design reinterprets the traditional with modern flair. For our guests who have an interest in American Revolutionary War history, we can customize tours of the area's sites and attractions. For example, The Inn is just footsteps away from the Lexington Battle Green where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. For American literature enthusiasts, we are in close proximity to the homes of Louisa May Alcott and Nathaniel Hawthorne, as well as Walden Pond, where Henry David Thoreau composed many of his famous works.”
“My husband and I love to travel with our children, and some of my happiest family memories are of our visits to iconic inns around the United States and Europe, each one so authentically representing its locale. Likewise, The Inn at Hastings Park welcomes families, and our team embraces the opportunity to create family vacation experiences that are enjoyable for all ages. We have special amenities for our Pint Sized Patriots, such as children sized robes and slippers, room-service-delivered milk and cookies, and illustrated children’s books about the American Revolutionary War. We have a fleet of adult touring bicycles and can easily rent bikes for children so that families can explore the ten miles of bike trails neighboring our property.”
“At our restaurant, Artistry on the Green, we believe that all aspects of food are artistic. It starts with the farmers and producers and ends with the presentation on the plate. We source our food and spirits locally and have great relationships with the area’s farms, breweries, distilleries and cideries. Throughout the year we host special events and dinners featuring these local partners to celebrate best that is regional and seasonal.”